Giulia Soldà obtained her MSc in Medical Biotechnology in 2001 (summa cum laude) and her PhD in Molecular and Cellular Biology in 2005 at University of Milan.
She was then awarded a two-year fellowship to work as visiting postdoctoral fellow at the Institute for Molecular Bioscience, University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia. (Nov. 2005-Dec. 2007).
She became Assistant Professor of Applied Biology in 2008, first at the University of Milan (2008-2014), and then at Humanitas University (since Jan 2015).

International courses
She attended to courses at the European Molecular Biology Organization in Heidelberg (2008), Lipari International School on Bioinformatics and Computational Biology (2011), Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute/European Bioinformatics Laboratory (2014), allowing her to develop expertise in Next-Generation sequencing data analyses.

Awards:
Italian Telethon Foundation (2005)
The Italian Biology and Genetics Association (AIBG, 2005)
The Italian Association for Human Genetics (SIGU, 2008).

Publications:
She is the author of 43 papers indexed in Pubmed, with a mean impact factor of 5. H-index: 17 (ISI Web of Science) – 17 (Scopus) -19 (Google Scholar).

Grants obtained:
As PI of Partner unit (active grants in bold):

Ministero della Salute- Bando Ricerca Finalizzata 2018
Years:2019-2022
Title: Liquid biopsy of semen for early detection and characterization of prostate cancer – Semen ProstatE Cancer TumoR Elements (SPECTRE) project
PI: Prof. Giorgio Guazzoni

MIUR- PRIN: PROGETTI DI RICERCA DI RILEVANTE INTERESSE NAZIONALE – Bando 2017
Years:2019-2022
Title: Deciphering the molecular and functional heterogeneity of myeloid cells in cancer
Coordinator: Prof Antonio Sica, Università Piemonte Orientale

Study of the role of the GBA-mediated lysosomal impairment in Parkinson’s disease
Period: 2016-2018
Granting Agency: CARIPLO Foundation
Coordinator: Dr Massimo Aureli, University of Milan

Epigenetic role for DNA repeats and ncRNAs in FSHD manifestation
Period: 2015-2017
Granting Agency: The French Muscular Dystrophy Association (AFM-Telethon)
Coordinator: Dr Beatrice Bodega, INGM, Milan

PubMed Link
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/?term=solda+g