Average Post Engagement: 44
What I use Linkedin for:
Sharing news, achievement, knowledge, networking inside pharmaceutical&space sector.
Number of Followers:
International Space University – University of Eastern Piedmont
Who am I:
I am an Italian boy and a pharmaceutical chemistry student who is about to finish his master’s degree. I have always had the dream of being an astronaut, it is the goal of my life. For this purpose, I am trying to work hard to get the best out of every single experience of my life. Since I was a child I have always had a great desire to expand my horizons, I believe that in those moments I began to have the desire to become an astronaut. I really like to have new experiences, even very difficult ones, to always try to push myself beyond my limits, trying to grow as much as possible.
What I do:
I decided to start a path that can unify my two great passions, space, which I have always had, and that of pharmaceutical chemistry (but also medicine and all the health areas). I believe that there are many aspects that need to be investigated in the future inside the space sector: the more we will be able to know, the more security we will have in sending man into space, also in view of longer missions. I would really like to be an astronaut and at the same time carry out this kind of studies to allow man to continue to expand his knowledge relating to space.
Why you should follow me on Linkedin:
I always try to share with my network the news of the space health world that I consider interesting and noteworthy, but also possibilities or new opportunities that I believe may interest the people who follow me.
Who I follow on Linkedin
I mainly follow people who have been able to impress me with works they have done and have been able to inspire me in some way. I always try to calibrate the posts to which I leave the likes to try to share the most interesting or most challenging news with my network.
Giorgio’s Favorite Post
This post represents for a very important moment, it was the first time that I was able to speak with the astronaut Luca Parmitano, it was during a television broadcast where we talked about space, in the main Italian television channel.