Giulia graduated in Biotechnology (BA, 2018) from the Università del Piemonte Orientale in Novara (Italy), and in Sperimental and Applied Biology, (curriculum: Molecular Biomedical Science) (MA, 2020) from the University of Pavia (Italy).
Her main areas of interest include forensic genetics and personal identification of evidence found at the crime scene, analysing not only DNA but also microbiome of these. Besides that, since 2015, she is a volunteer rescuer 118.
In November 2021, Giulia joined as a PhD student the Doctoral Program in Global Health, Humanitarian Aid and Disaster Medicine at CRIMEDIM. She is currently working on a doctoral project in Biology/Forensic Medicine focusing on identification of unknown corpses after a mass disaster or in other contexts, through the use of traditional methods and new forensic markers.