Ph.D. in Biological Anthropology
2011-2014: BSc cum laude in Anthropology – Sapienza, University Rome.
2014-2016: Research assistant – Bioarchaeology lab – Pigorini National Museum of Prehistory and Ethnography
2016 – present: PhD Student – NYU department of Anthropology
- dental anthropology
- hard tissue histology
My research interests focus on the understanding of life history evolution within the genus Homo and on the evolution of menopause. I am interested in addressing these questions through the morphological and histological analysis of fossil hard tissues, namely teeth.