About myself

Generic schematic of endocrine axes. Drawing by Nicola Romanò. CC-BY

Hello! My name is Nicola Romanò and I am a lecturer at the Centre for Discovery Brain Sciences (CDBS) at the University of Edinburgh.

I am interested in understanding how cells decode and interpret signals from their environment to generate meaningful outputs. I mostly use neuroendocrine systems (the ones that produce hormones in your body) to study this question.

I am also very interested in data analysis, machine learning and all these beautiful things, some of which I teach at ZJE, the Joint Institute between University of Edinburgh and Zhejiang University, in Haining, China.

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