Alessandra Ghigo is Associate Professor in the Department of Biotechnology in the University of Torino. She has worked on PI3K scaffold function for more than a decade and provided seminal contributions to the understanding of the non-catalytic role of PI3Kgamma in the control of cAMP regulation. She is author of more than 90 publications in highly reputed journals, including Science, Science Translational Medicine and Circulation. She is internationally recognized as an expert in PI3K and cAMP regulation and invited speaker in prestigious conferences including the Gordon Conference on Cyclic Nucleotides. She is co-founder of Kither Biotech and co-inventor of Kither’s lead product, KIT2104. Currently, she serves the role of Scientific Advisor of the Company.