Diego studied bioengineering in Argentina. In 2008, he got awarded a scholarship to pursue a Master’s degree in Nanotechnologies, as a joint program between Politecnico di Torino (Italy), INPG (France) and EPFL. He led his master project at IBM Research (California). He pursued a PhD from EPFL, dealing with the development of microfluidic systems for applications in the field tissue-based diagnostics, where he learnt how to carry on multidisciplinary projects and how to communicate with doctors.
Diego is one of the founders and CTO of Lunaphore. He is in charge of leading the activities of the R&D team. This includes the development of our prototypes, our microfluidic chips and our immunohistochemical assays. He also manages the relationship with critical suppliers, both for development and production. Always interested in entrepreneurship, he is convinced that the only way to do a great job is to love what you do (any similarity to a quote is mere coincidence).