I am a Senior Research Fellow in Trinity College Dublin at the AMBER centre, working on the development of bioelectronic platform for diagnostic applications. Since 2008 I have worked in cutting-edge research groups in the field of organic bio-electronics, adaptive materials and sensors. My research focuses on fundamentally novel and ground-breaking activities in the field of Materials Science and Sensors, as evidenced by the high-impact senior author publications I have published in leading international peer-reviewed journals, including Materials Today (IF 21.69), Proceeding of National Academy of Science (IF 9.66) and ACSNano (IF 13.7). I have authored 21 publications with a cumulative total of 426 citations. I have developed international experience working in world-leading research groups in Italy, UK, USA and Ireland. My Ph.D. in the Chemistry of Innovative Materials represents a seminal work in the field of electronic bio-sensors, producing 8 publications, 2 book-chapters and co-authoring two patents. My outstanding productivity features 40 contributions to International Conferences in Europe and USA. After 18 months appointed as Marie Curie Experienced Researcher at the University of Manchester (UK), I moved to Trinity College Dublin (2013) where I was a recipient of the Technology Innovation Development Award (TIDA) in 2015 (budget: 115,000.00 Euro) and of the Market Feasibility Award (2017) (budget: 15,000.00 Euro), both funded by national research funding agencies. I am an Expert Evaluator for the European Commission (H2020 FET-OPEN) and a Reviewer for Nature Communications.