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I am a research associate in Francesco Colucci lab in the department of obstetrics and gynecology at the University of Cambridge. I am currently studying uterine natural killer (uNK) cells education in mouse models. More particularly, I study how uNK cell education influences fetal growth and pregnancy outcome. I dissect the molecular pathways underlying the enhanced functions of educated uNK cells in the context of pregnancy. More broadly, my research interests also include infectious diseases (particularly viruses and neglected tropical diseases), global health and MHC-I. Beyond the lab work, I am a department EDI champion and I am co-leading a public outreach engagement called women’s health under the microscope which aims at communicating research related to women’s health to a wide audience.