Queen Mary, University of London

Profiling the eicosanoid networks that underlie the anti- and pro-thrombotic effects of aspirin

April 16, 2020

I’m a platelet biologist and pharmacologist of thrombosis. I did my PhD between the University of Perugia and the “John Paul II” Research in Campobasso, Italy. After my PhD, I worked in Denisa Wagner’s lab at Harvard Medical School and in Jon Gibbins’ lab at the University of Reading. I’m currently a PostDoctoral Researcher in Tim Warner’s group and I’m particularly interested in aspirin and lipid mediators important for thrombotic and inflammatory processes. 


platelets, aspirin, pharmacology, thrombosis, eicosanoids

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