• Bachelor Degree in Physics, Università degli Studi di Trento, Italy
  • Master’s Degree in Physics (Experimental Methods), Università degli Studi di Trento, Italy
  • MSc in Physics: Nuclear Technology, University of Glasgow
  • Student Member of CIPA

Marta is a patent scientist fluent in English and Italian. Prior to joining Scintilla in 2018, she was a doctoral researcher at the Imaging Centre of Excellence of the University of Glasgow, where she worked with a team of neurologists and radiologists on the development of image analysis algorithms for CT angiography and perfusion to aid stroke triage in acute settings.

A physicist by education, during her master’s degrees Marta has specialized in experimental applications of optoelectronics, photonics and nuclear technology. At the University of Trento she worked in collaboration with the Nanoscience Laboratory and Fondazione Bruno Kessler on the development of label-free biosensors based on silicon microresonators, which later resulted in a publication on a novel aptamer immobilization strategy for protein recognition.