Luca Zammataro is Associate Research Scientist at the Yale University. He has been fellow at Laboratory of Molecular Angiogenesis of University of Turin, where he got his Ph.D degree. Luca has been Bioinformatician in the Department of Immunology and Inflammation, Clinical Institute Humanitas, Milan, focusing on the role of transcription factors and microRNAs in macrophage activation during inflammation. As bioinformatician at IIT@SEMM in Milan, he was involved in the production of raw data from Illumina Hi-seq. Here he invented, proposed and coordinated the construction of new computational tools for the identification of patterns of low-frequency nonsynonymous driver mutations in cancer.
Currently his research is focused in in genome-wide association studies in gynecology oncology, and in construction of machine learning frameworks for the identification of new antigens for cancer immunotherapy.