Dr. (Mrs) Linda Bianco, Ph.D., is a researcher at ENEA Trisaia RC since 2012. He works in the Division of Biorefineries and Green Chemistry (DTE-BBC) and has broad experience in the use of mass spectrometry for the identification of biomolecules. Her current research interests are mainly focused on the study of microorganisms involved in biomass deconstruction, bioconversion and bioremediation, by applying omics approaches.
Dr. Loretta Daddiego works in ENEA Trisaia since 2003, in the Division of Biorefineries and Green Chemistry (DTE-BBC). She has broad experience on molecular biology, functional genomics, transcriptomics, meta-genomics and bioinformatics. She is mainly focused on the characterization of key genes and pathways involved in secondary metabolism and in the production of relevant metabolites in plant and microbial systems.