Federica studied social anthropology focusing on medical diagnoses at the University of Bologna (IT), earning her PhD at Brunel University (UK). Including her work at LSTM, Federica has over five years of ethnographic fieldwork experience and as many in collaborating in large multidisciplinary and international projects.
Federica's research focuses on compliance with health interventions, multi-species interaction, and ethical research practices, currently leading the Ethnographic Work Package of Shire-Vec.
MSc Global Health—module coordinator of DLTROP206, Global Health within Local Contexts; deputy coordinator DLTROP205, Qualitative Research Methods; dissertation supervision.
MSc Tropical Disease Biology—contributor to Qualitative Research Methods and Ethical Research Practices.
Life Sciences, University of Liverpool—module coordinator of LIFE340, Topics in Global Health.
Chair of the Masters Research Panel.
Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (FHEA)