Corinna leads the Research Communications team and works to maximise the impact, sustainability, and usability of EU funded projects. She develops and implements dissemination and communication strategies to promote projects such as REAL DEAL and TechEthos to a multitude of audiences and lead to the adoption of project results.
She has several years’ worth of experience in science communication and EU project management. Over the years, she has participated in projects on a wide range of topics ranging from tissue engineering and regenerative medicine, nanoscience and nanotechnologies, sustainable energy, and more recently, security, cybersecurity, energy efficiency, climate change and the ethics of emerging technologies.
Corinna holds a BSc in Molecular Biology and an MSc in Functional Genomics from the University of Trieste, Italy.
She has worked as an intern at ICGEB (International Centre for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology), Trieste, Italy for a year where she carried out research for her dissertation Selection of antigen-specific B cells for the construction of recombinant antibodies.
She has substantial knowledge of molecular biology, genetics, immunology as well as a good understanding of cancer, diabetes, and allergy.
In 2012 she attended a Creative Writing course at Middlesex University, London and since has worked as a literary translator. She has recently translated the published collection of short stories by Cristina Marchesan, “Noi, Persone Speciali – We, Special People”.