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I studied Molecular and Cellular Biology at the University of Pisa, Italy (2012-2017). After my graduation I spent three months at the Sainsbury Laboratory in Cambridge (UK), where I was granted a postgraduate fellowship. In 2017, I joined the PlantLab and entered the PhD programme in Agrobiosciences of the Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna.
- Loreti E, Betti F, Ladera-Carmona MJ, Fontana F, Novi G, Valeri MC, Perata P (2020) ARGONAUTE1 and ARGONAUTE4 Regulate Gene Expression and Hypoxia Tolerance. Plant Physiology, 182(1): 287–300.
My research aims to identify and characterize the bases of the cross-talk between RNA-silencing and oxygen sensing, using Arabidopsis thaliana as a model organism. I am studying the molecular mechanism trough which micro RNAs regulate the adaptive response of plants to hypoxia, both at transcriptional and post-transcriptional level. My research activities rely on molecular biology and transcriptomic analysis.