My primary research subject is Zooarchaeology and Taphonomy. I have worked on it since 2005 when I started my Archaeology studies at the Ca' Foscari University of Venice. I continued my education in the Master Degree of Quaternary and Prehistory at the University of Ferrara. During these two years, my training focused on the Mesolithic and Neolithic transition in the prehistoric shelter of Biarzo (UD, Italy). I discussed my Ph.D. in Quaternary and Prehistory in co-tutoring between the University Rovira i Virgili (Tarragona, Spain) and the University of Ferrara, in 2017 with European Mention.
My research is aimed at the investigation of Neanderthal settlement patterns, managing refitting methodology and Geographical Information System (GIS).
I worked at the Archaeological Park of Livelet (Revine Lago, Treviso, Italy) for 6 years, as learning operator and guide, developing educational skills and carrying out archaeological teaching activities.