Beatrice Demarchi

Biography

Beatrice is a biomolecular archaeologist (PhD, 2010, University of York) with a background in cultural heritage science (MSc, 2006, University of Turin), a penchant for palaeobiogeochemistry and a deep interest in reconstructing the human past, which she developed during her postdoctoral years at the University of York (departments of Chemistry and Archaeology, 2010-2016). Since 2017 she has been a “Rita Levi Montalcini” Lecturer in Archaeological Methodologies within the Department of Life Sciences and Systems Biology at the University of Turin.

Research

Beatrice’s research focuses on ancient proteins - the way in which they break down over time and the information they provide, including age and biological origin of archaeological and palaeontological remains.

Contact

Dr Beatrice Demarchi

Researcher

Scienze della Vita e Biologia dei Sistemi

Life Sciences and Systems Biology

V. Accademia Albertina, 13, 10123 Torino, Italy.


Unità di Fisiologia Vegetale, Lab 7

Via Quarello 15/A, 10135 Torino, Italy.

Telephone: +39 011 670 4512