Arianna Dagliati (she/her) is Assistant Professor at the Department of industrial and information engineering, The University of Pavia (Italy).
She has a background in Engineering, getting her Master thesis near the Stafanelli Lab in 2007. She worked in public health until 2013, when she started a PhD program in Bioengineering. She was visiting students near the University of Pennsylvania in 2016. She was appointed at the University of Manchester for a postdoc position and promoted research fellow in 2018. Since 2020 she is Assistant Professor at the University of Pavia, where she is working on several national and international projects for the development of mining approaches for enabling the recognition of temporal patterns and electronic phenotypes in longitudinal clinical data. She is part of the 4CE international consortium for electronic health record data-driven studies of the COVID-19 pandemic and appointed as AIME (society of AI in medicine) Board Member. She won the Rising star award in 2021.