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Lorenzo Bombardelli

Lorenzo Bombardelli

Postdoctoral Fellow


I'm a researcher with extensive experience in oncology and biotechnology. Since my Ph.D (State University of New York at Stonybrook, 2008) I worked on cancer genetics, preclinical target validation and experimental therapies.

My current research focuses on understanding drug toxicity and developing methods to prevent it. Failures in late clinical trials are a burden for patients and companies and often undetectable in preclinical studies. My goal is to develop a high-throughput technology to precisely and quantitatively detect activations of liver toxicity-triggering pathways. Combining such technology with genetic screens will lead to the discovery of mechanisms to modulate and prevent toxicity.