Dr. Giuseppina Roscigno graduaded in Biology at Federico II University of Naples. She finished her PhD in Oncology and Molecular Endocrinology in 2014. During her Phd program, Dr. Roscigno focus on the role of microRNAs in breast cancer cells stem regulation. In the meantime, she participated to the Erasmus program and had the possibility to work on cancer epigenetic at the Institut d’Investigacion Biomedica de Bellvige-Programa d’Epigenetica i Biologia del Cancer (Barcelona-ES). In the academic sector, Dr. Roscigno succeeded in several post-Doc fellowships (Fondazione Veronesi grants), and the main topic of her researches were the development of organoids cultures starting from patients’ surgery biopsy and set up of a chemotaxis method to determine migratory capacity of tumor organoids cells. Furthermore, she has recently won a Marie Skłodowska-Curie Individual Fellowships 2020, which is focused on an organoid on chip development as tool for patient unique drug screening profile and for giving pre-clinical information in a personalized form.