Sara Gamba, after graduating from the high school "F.Lussana in Bergamo, continued her studies at the University of Milan and received her Master of Sciences Degree in Biology in 2013. After obtaining her master’s degree she continued her training at the Hemostasis Laboratory of the Division of Immunohematology and Transfusion Medicine of Bergamo Hospital. She is currently a biologist researcher at the same institution at the third year of the Specialization School in Clinical Pathology and Clinical Biochemistry of Milan University. Her research fields include: the study of tumor and endothelial cell and their interactions with hemostatic cells by angiogenesis assays, the isolation of platelets and microparticles from whole blood, analysis of plasma hemostatic markers and characterization of the platelet phenotype by flow cytofluorometer. In these last years, she focused on hemostasis biomarkers both in patients with different type of cancer and in healthy subjects to assess the potential role of these biomarkers in the early detection of cancer. She is also Study Coordinator in the field of hematology, in the management and practical coordination of clinical trials according to Good Clinical Practice.