A few bullet points (a more appropriate CV is here):
• I was born in Milano, in the north of Italy and the south of Europe, where I grew up with risotto, Leonardo da Vinci and Andriy Shevchenko.
• I studied for my BA in Philosophy at the University of Milan, where I fell in love and discovered a thing called philosophy of science and graduated with a thesis on AI.
• I decided to explore this philosophy thing further in London, where I studied philosophy, sociology and history of science at UCL and discovered the joys of cooking, long-distance relationship and bourbon biscuits. I also got interested in (big) data.
• I moved to Hannover to study data in more depth, doing a PhD on the epistemic role and impact of data in epidemiology. I did this with the support of a lovely group of people at a DFG-graduate school and two wonderful supervisors, Thomas Reydon and Sabina Leonelli.
• Currently I am a postdoc fellow in Hannover. I am working on a new project on the epidemiology of nutrition and data and evidence quality.
• Mainly, I consider myself a bit of a boring, European, pasta nerd.