Lucia Aronica is a researcher and instructor at Stanford University and San Jose State University. She is working with Prof Christopher Gardner on the largest study ever undertaken to compare low-carb vs. low-fat with the goal of understanding how diet affects gene activity through epigenetic modifications.
For this project Dr. Aronica has recently been awarded a Marie-Curie Fellowship, Europe’s most competitive research grant, scoring #1 among the applicants in the entire Life Sciences panel.
Dr. Aronica has research experience from the University of Oxford, University Federico II of Naples, University of Vienna, University of Southern California, and Stanford University. She has published research papers in top-ranked peer reviewed journals such as Cell, Genes and Development, the EMBO Journal and Nucleic Acid Research.
You can find out more about Dr. Aronica by clicking on any of the links below:
A recent talk on epigenetics: