Genomics is the common denominator of my research activity. During the PhD program my work has been focused on two main different research areas: 1) NGS data analysis coupled to comparative investigation of functional microbial abilities and 2) computational modeling of metabolic systems and the integrative interpretation of large post-genomic datasets. The last is the principal pace-maker of my up-to-date scientific research where the combination of mathematic and quantitative approaches to biology are the key-drivers. I am involved in the system level study of host-pathogen relationships occurring before and during disease states, either in humans and in plants. I am a computational methods enthusiast person and a full-time pythonist student.