Andrea Cerrato is currently attending a Ph.D course at the Chemistry Department of University of Rome Sapienza in the laboratory of professor Aldo Laganà, working on a project regarding the development of innovative analytical methods based on the omics sciences for biomedical applications. He graduated in Chemistry (bachelor degree) in 2016 and in Chemistry, organic and biomolecular Chemistry curriculum, (master degree) in 2018, both with a final grade of 110 cum laude. Internship for bachelor degree was performed in the laboratory of professor Osvaldo Lanzalunga, working on a project regarding reactive oxygen species (ROS). Internship for master degree was also performed in the laboratory of professor Osvaldo Lanzalunga, working on a project regarding non-heme imine based iron complexes as catalysts for oxidative processes. For four years in a row, from 2015 to 2018, he won a collaboration grant of 150 hours working in the chemistry lab for the course of qualitative analytical chemistry.