Dr. Domenico dell'edera attended the university of Rome, la Sapienza, where he graduated in biology and his specialization in medical genetics received a master's degree in biology and assisted reproductive technologies at the university of Naples Federico. Today he is director of the medical genetic laboratory of the Madonna Delle Grazie hospital in Matera, he currently teaches clinical biochemistry at the degree course in nursing of the university of Foggia at the faculty of medical and surgery. His particular experience and interest is the prenatal diagnosis for embryofetal genetic abnormalities. He is involved into studies of, hemoglobinopathies, cystic fibrosis, hemochromatosis and CGH-array, next generation sequencing (NGS).
Dr. Domenico dell'edera research interests include Cytogenetics before and after birth. CGH-array and NGS. Prenatal genetic screening. Study of some monogenic diseases.