Center for Data Driven Discovery in Biomedicine
Alessandra Rigamonti is a Research Technician responsible for developing, maintaining and characterizing cell lines and biospecimens for research. She will also assist to build in-vivo animal models to improve understanding of childhood brain tumors.
Before joining CHOP in September of 2019, Alessandra spent a year working at a non-profit organization in Boston, MA to promote and improve inclusion for individuals with disabilities.
Alessandra earned a BA in Archaeology from Cornell University. Additionally, she has earned a Pre-Health Specialized Studies Certificate from the University of Pennsylvania. She is inspired by the children at CHOP and at other centers, all of whom face a tumor diagnosis with courage.