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Short Curriculum Vitae

  • June 2017 – current. Scientific Co-Worker, Institute for the History of Medicine, University Hospital of Bonn. 66% part-time contract. Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Mariacarla Gadebusch Bondio. My research deals with the concepts of evidence and participation in contemporary medicine and is funded by DFG Forschergruppe 2448.
  • Sep 2016 – May 2017. Research Associate, Department of Global Health and Social Medicine, King’s College London, London, United Kingdom. Supervisor: Dr. Annette Rid. My research concerned medical experimentation during humanitarian emergencies.
  • 2015 Fall Term. Instructor. Phil 2065F, “Philosophy of Evil.” University of Western Ontario. 3 hrs/week, 12 weeks of duration. I was the main instructor and was in charge of two teaching assistants (Mike Korngut and Craig Fox) and about 40 undergraduate students. My overall teaching effectiveness score, as rated by the students, was 5.8/7.
  • 2015 Winter Term. Instructor. Phil 2065G, “Philosophy of Evil.” University of Western Ontario. 3 hrs/week, 12 weeks of duration. I was the main instructor and was in charge of a teaching assistant (Dione Harley) and 36 undergraduate students. My overall teaching effectiveness score, as rated by the students, was 6.2/7.
  • May 2014 – Apr 2016. Post-Doctoral Fellow, the Rotman Institute of Philosophy and the Brain and Mind Institute, University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario, Canada. Supervisors: Dr. Charles Weijer and Dr. Adrian Owen. My research dealt with ethical issues in experimentation on brain-injured patients.
  • August 2013 - Dec 2013. Visiting Post-Doctoral Fellow, Department of Philosophy, Duke University, Durham (NC), USA. I co-worked with Dr. Walter Sinnott-Armstrong on experimental moral psychology.
  • Apr 2013 – May 2013. Visiting Researcher, Brocher Foundation, Hermance, Geneva, Switzerland. Full funding and travel assistance for a competitive 2-month-long position. Apr – May 2013.
  • March 2013. PhD Philosophy, the University of Geneva, Switzerland and the University of Milan, Italy (in co-tutorship – two diplomas were bestowed).
  • Dissertation: Experimental moral psychology and its normative implications. Supervisors: Dr. Giovanni Boniolo (Milan at the time - now Ferrara), Dr. Bernard Baertschi (Geneva - emeritus), Dr. Bernardino Fantini (Geneva - emeritus). External Examiner: Dr. Neil Levy (Melbourne / Oxford at the time, now Macquarie / Oxford). The PhD program was entirely in English.
  • Jan 2012 – Jun 2012. Visiting Fellow, Department of Psychology, Harvard University, Cambridge (MA), USA. I co-worked with Dr. Joshua D. Greene on the philosophical implications of experimental moral psychology. This activity led to the publication of a co-authored paper.
  • Jan 2011 – Dec 2011. Research Assistant in Dr. Patrik Vuilleumier’s cognitive neuroscience lab, University of Geneva, Switzerland. I co-worked with Dr. Corrado Corradi dell’Acqua and helped with behavioral and functional MRI experiments.
  • Jul 2009 – Feb 2010. Research Assistant in molecular biology labs at the IFOM-IEO Campus, Milan, Italy. Dr. Pier Giuseppe Pelicci’s lab (cancer stem cells), 4 months. Dr. Giorgio Scita’s lab (endocytosis and cellular motility), 4 months.
  • March 2009 – March 2013. Graduate Fellowship – European Institute of Oncology.
  • December 2008. Master of Arts, Philosophy, University of Milan, Italy. Thesis: Teorie della libertà in Kant (Theories of freedom in Kant) Final Grade: 110/110 cum laude. Supervisor: Prof. Guido Canziani.
  • February 2006. Bachelor of Arts, Philosophy, University of Milan, Italy. Thesis: Aspetti della libertà in Kant. (Aspects of freedom in Kant) Final Grade: 110/110 cum laude. Supervisor: Prof. Guido Canziani.
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