Mattia obtained a Master’s degree in chemical sciences at the university Federico II di Napoli (Napoli, Italy) in 2010.
In 2012 he achieved a second Master’s degree in Forensic Genetics at the University of Tor Vergata (Rome, Italy).
Since August 2013 he has been enrolled as a PhD student and Marie Curie fellow in Gothelf lab. He is a member of the Marie Curie Multi Initial Training Network, European School of DNA Nanotechnology (EScoDNA), coordinated by professor Kurt Gothelf.
His main project as PhD student focuses on the implementation of DNA origami structures for cargo delivery.
Mattia obtained his PhD on October 6 2016.