Federica Lamberto received her Bachelor’s Degree in Biological Sciences (University of Turin, Italy) in 2017 and her first internship was at Italian Institute for Genomic Medicine (Turin, Italy) under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Silvia Deaglio. Subsequently, she obtained her Master’s Degree in Medical Biotechnology in 2019 (University of Turin, Italy) and her thesis was focused on approaches to boost muscle regeneration in aging-related sarcopenia. She did her Master’s internship at Unit of Experimental Medicine and Clinical Pathology (Turin, Italy) under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Paola Costelli and during this experience she improved her skills and knowledge with cell culture, animal models, histological analysis and molecular biology. She recently joined the research group of Prof. Dr. András Dinnyés at BioTalentum (Gödöllő, Hungary) as an Early Stage Researcher (ESR/PhD) in the framework of the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Innovative Training Networks project DohART-NET.
Research Focus: Assessment of nutritional and environmental exposures on the cardiac differentiation of pluripotent stem cells.