He graduated in Pharmaceutical Chemistry and Technology in February 2022. His thesis entitled “Development of sustainable strategies for the synthesis of Etoricoxib: a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory”, focused on optimizing a synthetic pathway for the formation of the drug, following the principles of green chemistry. He explored several fields of green chemistry, while focusing on the use of unconventional solvents, in particular on the use of Deep eutectic solvents (DESs). In march 2022 started to work as research grant. His project is focused to make the whole synthetic process for drug formation more sustainable.