Daniela is Senior Manager at the Science Area of the Botín Foundation, which aims to promote the transfer of scientific knowledge and technologies from academia to industry geared towards socio-economic impact.
With twenty years of experience in the field of biomedicine and biotechnology, Daniela has managed technology transfer and valorization programs across multiple therapeutic areas, including rare diseases, oncology and senescence-associated disorders, spanning from early stage projects to clinical trials.
Prior to the Botín Foundation, she developed a solid scientific-technical background and experience in genetics and molecular biology as researcher in three leading European research institutions: the National Cancer Research Centre (CNIO) in Madrid, Spain, the Max F. Perutz Laboratories (MFPL) in Vienna, Austria, and the University of Milan in Italy. Daniela holds a Ph.D. from the University of Vienna in Austria, a B.Sc. in Biology with specialization in genetics, biochemistry and molecular biology from the University of Milan in Italy, and she completed an Executive Program, focused on building business from science and technology, from the IE Business School in Madrid, Spain.