Dr. Tatiana Da Ros received her Laurea degree in Pharmaceutical Sciences in 1995 (Trieste University) and her PhD in 1999 (Milano University) under the supervision of Prof. Prato.
As a visiting scientist, she worked at the University of Durham during 1998 (with Prof. M.R. Bryce and Prof. M.C. Petty), at the UCLA in 1999 (with Prof. F. Wudl), at the Museum National d’Histoire naturelle - Laboratoire de Biophysique in Paris (1999, 2000, 2001 and 2002).
In 2004 she spent six months at the MRC of Cambridge (with Dr. M.P. Murphy).
She currently is assistant professor in Trieste. Her research interests focus on the synthesis of new derivatives of carbon nanostructures (id fullerenes and carbon nanotubes) for biological applications.