Luca graduated with honours in Pharmaceutical Chemistry and Technology in 2018 at the University of Cagliari, with the thesis “Prolonged release of antibiotics from double layer nanofibers for local periodontitis treatment”.
The research for his Master’s thesis was carried out at the Department of Pharmaceutical Technology, at the Faculty of Pharmacy of Ljubljana, under the supervision of Professor Julijana Kristl and Špela Zupančič MPharm, and the home mentorship of Professor Anna Maria Fadda. The results presented in his Master’s thesis will be the content of common publication of which Luca will be author.
After his degree, he spent a period of three months at the Semmelweis University of Budapest, where he worked on the formulation and characterization of nanofibrous delivery systems, under the supervision of Professor Romána Zelkó.
He is currently a PhD student in the PhD Program in Life, Environmental and Drug Sciences (Drug Sciences Curriculum), under the supervision of Prof. Anna Maria Fadda, with a project focused on nanotechnology-based drug delivery systems.