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Supervisor Scientific Communications

Philip Morris International Research and Development Campus Neuchâtel

February 2018 - Present

Postdoc Research Associate

ETH Zürich

October 2012 - Present


Clinopsis - PMI

June 2016 - January 2018

Postdoc Research Associate

University of California Los Angeles

January 2009 - August 2012


PhD in Biochemistry (Department of Pharmacological Sciences, Laboratory of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology of Lipids )

University of Milan-Italy

November 2005 - December 2008

M.Sc. in Pharmaceutical Biotechnology (Pharmacology Department)

University of Milan-Italy

1999 - February 2005

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(2018). Assessment of the impact of aerosol from a potential modified risk tobacco product compared with cigarette smoke on human organotypic oral epithelial cultures under different exposure regimens.
(2017). Exploring the microbiome in health and disease: Implications for toxicology. Toxicology Research and Application.
(2011). Targeted Disruption of the Idol Gene Alters Cellular Regulation of the Low-Density Lipoprotein Receptor by Sterols and Liver X Receptor Agonists.
(2010). LXR Regulates Cholesterol Uptake Through Idol-Dependent Ubiquitination of the LDL Receptor.
(2008). Identification of novel dual Peroxisome Proliferator Activated Receptor α/γ ligands and characterization of their biochemical properties by structural studies.
(2007). Key role of the histone deacetylases and the nuclear receptor HNF-4α in the regulation of bile acids synthesis.
(2006). Role of histone deacetylases in the regulation of bile acid synthesis: possibile targets for hypocholesterolemic agents?.
(2006). The recruitment of histone deacetylases induced by bile acids inhibits transcription of cholesterol 7alpha-hydroxylase gene (CYP7A1).