Graduated in Chemistry (Curriculum "Analytical Chemistry") in 2005 with a thesis on the bioavailability of toxic elements in soils, she obtained a PhD in Analytical Chemistry on "Quality of Chemical Measurements for Food Safety, the Environment and Workplaces", and then she concluded the courses & research activities of a second PhD in Agriculture, Food and Environment. Researcher at the ENEA Biotechnology and Agroindustry Division, Specialist on atomic spectroscopic and mass spectrometry techniques and Metrology, she conducts R&D activities on Reference Materials and Methods; measurement uncertainty; food quality, safety and traceability; chemical risk assessment. Tutor for graduation, PhD and fellowships. Member of the ISO REMCO WG17 Liaison Coordination, Eurachem WG on Reference Materials, IMEKO TC23 Metrology in Food and Nutrition, UNI Committee General Metrology, and Group of Experts Framework contract Lot 3 - EP/EXPO/B/FWC/2019-01. She is one of the 10 Italian experts on Circular Economy selected by the Italian Ministry for the Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation (MAECI) for the participation to the Comité des Dix-Italie - Sommet des Deux Rives initiative. Awarded with the Premio Leonardo UGIS for “research and its communication” on 2014. She is the Coordinator of the Research Infrastructure METROFOOD-RI – Infrastructure for Promoting Metrology in Food and Nutrition, included in the ESFRI Roadmap 2018 for the Domain Health and Food.