I applied my mathematics background to public health and infectious diseases control.
After taking my undergraduate degree in Italy in Mathematics, Statistics and Natural sciences,
I completed a Master of Philosophy at UNSW in the School of Public Health and community medicine.
Then after working full time for a couple of years, I started my PhD at the Kirby Institute, on modelling and forecasting the spread of emerging infectious diseases.
I am about to finish my PhD and my interests are in the use of mathematical tools to improve outbreak response effectiveness and promote better health for everyone.