Elena Bozzetta is Senior veterinarian at Istituto Zooprofilattico Spermentale of Piemonte Liguria and Valle d’Aosta in Turin Italy. She’s got a PhD in Veterinary biotechnology, University of Turin and a Master degree in Sanitary Management, Bocconi University,Milan.
Since 2008 she coordinates activities related to Histological National Residue Control Plan for growth promoters and in 2013 she was appointed as Responsible of the national reference center for anabolics in food producing animals through biological methods; in this frame she is in charge of set up and validation of target and untarget analytical methods to be used in the offical national laboratories net, training of laboratory and field operators, preparation of risk based sampling plan for sample taking in slaughterhouses and on farms ( method of sampling and analysis).
She is the scientific coordinator of national researches based on experimental studies for evaluation of lesions related to growth promoter molecules and for the development of innovative techniques (nanotechnologies, proteomics, metabolomics, genomics) for the diagnosis of illegal treatments.
Her field of research has widened to the set up and validation of Rapid multi-screening methods applied to residues in food and food frauds.