Drug development is progressing rapidly
Meet our new director of cellular Imaging— Dr. Patrizia Marchese
Dr. Patrizia Marchese gained her degree magna cum laude in Biological Science at the University of Genova, Italy.
After her doctoral degree, she joined The Scripps Research Institute in the Molecular and Experimental Medicine as a Postdoctoral Fellow, specializing in Thrombosis and Haemostasis research focused on function of platelets and their interaction with the vessel wall.
As Staff Scientist at The Scripps Research Institute, she gained expertise in techniques ranging from real time confocal and epifluorescent microscopy, flow studies on relevant thrombotic surfaces, in-vivo microsurgery and in-vivo video microscopy with the aim of studying mechanisms underlying physiologic hemostasis and pathological thrombosis.
After 27 years at The Scripps Research Institute, she now works as an independent scientific consultant and has set up a state-of-the-art fluorescent microscopy facility in her company, ThromboScience.