Alessandro Sannino is a co-inventor of the GS100 technology, is Professor of Polymer Science and Technology and the director of the Bioslabs at the University of Salento.
Dr. Sannino is responsible for the Life Science division of the Puglia District of Technology and adjunct faculty at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). He is also an advisor to the National Institute of Health, of the Italian Ministry of Health (Italian equivalent to the FDA). Dr. Sannino’s research activity is focused on macromolecular hydrogels, polymer microstructure modifications, tissue engineering constructs and cell-material interactions, has published over 100 scientific papers on these topics. He received his PhD at University of Naples and University of Washington on polymer technology, and did a post-doctoral fellowship at MIT.