Laura is a geneticist specialised in advanced therapies and regulatory affairs with a special interest in paediatric medicines and rare disorders. She worked for many years in Drug Discovery coordinating early phase R&D projects. More recently she moved into clinical development coordinating large multinational paediatric projects. Laura is Chief Operating Officer at the PENTA Foundation and provides scientific coordination and regulatory support for several projects and applications in PENTA’s portfolio.
Teresa is Head of Finance & Administration Area for the PENTA Foundation. She provides support to the Project Management for budgeting and financial forecasting needs. She liases with external tax consultant for general accountancy and administrates the human resources.
She has a Master’s Degree in Foreign Languages – with specialization in Japanese – from the University of Venice (Italy).
Project Manager for PENTA Foundation. In specific he coordinates the management of some clinical trials projects focused on antibiotics in paediatric patients. Taking advantage of his cursus studiorum, Davide supports PENTA’s collateral activities in favour of HIV infected children in sub-Saharan African countries, in collaboration with other international cooperation agencies.
After his master degree in International Studies, he specialized in Human Rights and increased his management skills working in local institutions and private sector as project and financial manager. Davide is representative of the NGO New Humanity at United Nation office in Geneva and he is assistant professor at the international relations course of the University Institute “Sophia” in Florence – Italy.
Currently Head of Project Admin & Legal Area for the PENTA Foundation, Silvia provides overall administrative and legal support to new grants applications and to project implementation, project management throughout project life cycle, including coordination of large international consortia specifically focused on HIV. Thanks to her expertise in the management of research grants, she also provides consultancy and project management support for projects beyond PENTA’s core activities on Paediatric Infectious Diseases, mainly in the framework of Padova hospital.
She holds a Master’s degree in foreign languages Translation and Interpretation. Before being engaged for PENTA she has worked for a period at the Permanent Delegation of Italy to the EU – Health sector – providing support for work related to the health dossiers under discussion during the Italian Presidency.
Tiziana is Head of Project management Area for the PENTA Foundation. Thanks to her expertise in the management of FP7 projects including clinical trials, she is also in charge of the projects scientific coordination – including direct liaise with pharmaceuticals and CTU as well as fulfillment of the sponsor responsibilities – and is a member of clinical trials steering committees with management and financial planning role.
She organizes and coordinates consortia meetings and specific committees meetings in the field of PENTA Foundation and PENTA network and has recently and for a short term held the role of Foundation President PA.
She has been working at PENTA Foundation since 2009.
She holds a Master’s Degree in foreign languages Translation and Interpretation.
In the last five years she has attended specific training courses focused on the activities she carries out at the PENTA Foundation, specifically Trial Management and Project Management of European projects.
Rebecca is a social epidemiologist with expertise in data management and analysis and planning and implementation of interventional and observational studies. Her current work with the PENTA Foundation involves scientific coordination for several experimental and observational studies in multi-center, international settings, grant writing and strategic planning, and database management, data analysis, and manuscript preparation for various projects.
Andrea is the Administrator of the PENTA REDCap Server and the Data Manager for the Foundation. He helps on the design of REDCap projects and the maintennance of the software, along with the management of users.
He is undertaking a BS in Statistics at the University of Padua, (Italy).
Paolo is a project manager and data manager in training with the PENTA Foundation. With a BS in information engineering and a completed MS in Bioengineering, he provides support for the development and maintenance of PENTA’s REDCap databases, assists with data analysis and helps manage clinical trials focused on HIV. He is town counselor in Padua and is an Italian National team member in wheelchair rugby.
Alessandra is a pharmacist. During her studies in Pharmaceutical Chemistry and Technology at the University of Padua, she developed a particular interest in pharmacovigilance and regulatory affairs. She attended a one-year Pharmacovigilance course at the University of Milan, and now her current work with the PENTA Foundation concerns regulatory affairs and quality assurance
Inger is working in the Management team in research projects involving Paediatric HIV research. She has a strong background in the field of Public Health and International Medical Research Administration, originated by her degree and previous work at the Medical University Karolinska Institutet in Stockholm (Sweden). Her current work concerns management in Global Research in Paediatrics (GRiP), a European Network of Excellence where Inger is member of the organising team for the Master of Science on Paediatric Medicines Development and Evaluation. She is also responsible for the administration of the GRiP Educational Board.
Giulio is a Project Manager in training at the PENTA Foundation, currently involved in financial and coordination activities of various EU-funded projects. He holds a BA in International Economics from the University of Padua.
Francesca is a Project Manager in training at PENTA, providing support to the Project Management group’s administrative, financial and coordination activities in EU-funded Projects. She also takes part in PENTA’s initiatives for HIV infected children and women in sub-Saharan Africa and assists in organizing annual PENTA meetings. Francesca holds a BA in Anthropology and an MA in Interculturality and Social Citizenship from Cà Foscari University of Venice and is a member of the regional Register of Social Workers, applying this background to social science activities within several PENTA projects.
Daniele is a pediatrician with special interest in infectious diseases, in particular on planning antibiotic trials and implementing programs for judicious use of antimicrobials in neonates and children. He studied Medicine at the University of Padua. After his pediatric residency, he started a 2-year research fellowship at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. Currently he is a PhD student at the Department for Woman and Child Health at the University of Padua, where he is working to implement an antimicrobial stewardship program. His current work with the PENTA Foundation involves scientific protocol writing, assisting clinical sites with study implementation and manuscript preparation for various projects.
Francesca is Head of Communication Area for the PENTA Foundation. She has 12 years of expertise in the planning, design and management of EU funded projects in the field of public policies, working for organizations in Italy and in the UK. She has a Master’s Degree in Oriental Languages and a European Master – Crossing the Mediterranean: towards Investment and Integration (investments, migrations, societies & institutions in North Africa and Middle East).
Peter is a Communication officer and the Training Administrator at PENTA Foundation. He coordinates communication relevant to PENTA Educational activities and liaise with overseas collaborators. He has 10 years of experience working in the field of education and translation. He holds a Joint Hons. BA in English Literature and Greek & Roman Studies from University College Cork, Ireland.
Andrea is the accountant of the Foundation. He is responsible for the financial data entry, the cash and expense management and the payrolls. He also liases with all the providers of the office consumables and is the reference for the IT issues.
He is undertaking a Bachelor Degree in Social Communication at the University of Padua (Italy).
Daniel José Gómez
Daniel is Head of Financial Forecasting Area for the PENTA Foundation. In addition he provides active support to the Project Management department for the planning and design of project budgets.
He holds a Master’s Degree in Business Administration and Management specialized in financial management from the Complutense University of Madrid (Spain).