Born in Borgosesia (VC) on October, the 16th, 1967, she graduated in Law from the University of Pavia in 1991.
She is a member of the Milan Bar Association since 1994 and authorised to practice before Italian Supreme Courts since 2007.
She mainly works in the field of pharmaceutical and health law, cosmetic products, food supplements, medical devices (life sciences) and is a member of Supervisory Bodies of pharmaceutical and healthcare companies pursuant to Legislative Decree 231/2001.
She also provides judicial and extra-judicial assistance and consultancy to companies and trade associations that mainly operate in the pharmaceutical, medical devices, health food products and cosmetics sectors.
She has collaborated with the Faculty of Political Sciences of the University of Pavia, giving lectures as part of the administrative law course on procedures for the access to the market of medicinal products.
She carries out training activities at conferences and congresses in pharmaceutical and health fields, as well as at ECM accredited events for health workers.
She has been working with the Astolfi e Associati law firm, of which she is a partner, since 1995, she is the director in charge of the legal review "Rassegna di diritto farmaceutico e della salute", as well as the author of several publications, including: "La nuova governance della spesa farmaceutica - Una prima lettura “a caldo” della legge n. 145/2018", in Rassegna di diritto farmaceutico e della salute, 2019; “EU Cosmetic Regulation: quality enhancement of consumer and environment protection, market development”, in Bionanotechnology to Save the Environment, 2019; "L'impatto della nuova normativa privacy sugli studi clinici", in Rassegna di diritto farmaceutico e della salute, 2018; "Italy: Pharmaceutical Advertising 2018" in The International Comparative Legal Guide to: Pharmaceutical Advertising, 2018; “Biosimilar switching and related medical liability”, in Review of Forensic and Legal Medicine – Elsevier, 2018.
Languages: Italian, English, French and German.