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[pullquote align=”left”]I discovered that paracetamol… well, it’s a long story… but I have discovered some things![/pullquote]


Pamela is a pharmaceutical resercher for the University of Florence who lives between Parma and Florence.
She is also a writer and deep interested in music.
Two years ago she started up with some friends an health centre in Florence.
She is really keen in her work and she contribute to a lot of discoveries the medical field.

What’s your name and what do you do?

Pamela, researcher.

How do you start your day?

I turn on my iPod, put on my headphones, get up, have breakfast, get ready… all with my iPod. I’m a music addict.

How did you get started in this career?

I wanted to be a doctor, but I was a little confused when I was younger, so I moved into research. Maybe it was a mistake!

Have you made any important discoveries?

I discovered that paracetamol… well, it’s a long story… but I have discovered some things!

What would you do if the Blob attacked?

Women and children first. Then every man for himself!

Do you play any instruments?

The guitar. I’m an emerging guitarist.

What is you favorite movie?


Do you believe in 80s music?

Yes… 80s music forever!

What’s the most important part of a car?

That it has four wheels?

How does fashion affect your life?

I discovered fashion a few years ago, and I’ve recently gotten really into it. Before that I would just put on the first thing I found.

At 4:00 am would you prefer a coffee or a cappuccino?

Cappuccino, always cappuccino.

What’s the most interesting thing you’ve seen through a microscope?

Nothing, because if you don’t see anything it means you’ve made a mistake.

Tell us about your “Cool Girl Manual”.

It’s all about how to be cool, and if a girl is born cool, it talks about how she can teach others.

What is Crossley?

An antidepressant?