I was born and raised in Battipaglia, a small town in South Italy. When I grew up, the “modern” Ancient Rome adopted me. In this wonderful city I moved my first steps in the labor room, falling in love with prenatal medicine. Then I met Livia, a wonderful and powerful embryologist, who gave me the most unbelievable gift a couple of months ago, my son Remo (you can see him in the photo). Together, we are discovering our new life routine: labor ward-diapers-ultrasound-lullabies, during these tough times, wondering about our next travel around the world. Yes, travelling is my passion; congresses and courses are always the best opportunities to visit a new Country.
Now I’m a ObGyn and a PhD student here in Rome, at University Tor Vergata. Luckily, on my path I can count on valid guides: Professor Arduini D., Professor Rizzo G. and Massimo M. Salvatori, who took me by the hand in the extraordinary world of ultrasound.
When I discovered TheFetus.net, quickly Philippe became my “Master” as I liked to call him in the many mails we shared, always ready to give me tips and encouragement. This goal is for him. I made it! Thank you Master! Thank you Cerine and to all the Team!