laria received her Bachelor’s in Physics and Mathematics from the University of St. Andrews. Throughout her internships and her time as an undergraduate, she explored the intersection of biology and mathematics, and focused her dissertation on a mathematical study of cancer cells. Before joining The Hyve, Ilaria completed her masters in Bioengineering at UC Berkeley. At The Hyve, Ilaria works as a data engineer.
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