Francesco Ferrari joined IFOM in 2015 and here he coordinates a new research group focusing on computational genomics.
Francesco Ferrari graduated with honors in Medical Biotechnology at the University of Modena in 2004, with a thesis on microarray-based gene expression profiling of melanocytes from melanoma patients. read more
Cell identity is ultimately defined by genome utilization. While all cells in an organism share approximately the same genome, the activity of genes within each cell results from multiple levels of regulation, including binding of transcription factors and other chromatin-associated proteins, epigenetic modifications, three-dimensional genome organization. read more