She is a researcher of the UNESCO Chair on “Anthropology of health – Biosphere and Healing systems”, University of Genoa, Genoa, Italy. She received a Bachelor's degree in economics and earned her PhD in Evaluation of Educational processes and systems at the University of Genoa.

In July 2017, she has obtained the national scientific qualification (ASN) to Associate Professor of Sociology.
She is an expert in the area of applied social research methodology, with an emphasis on program planning and evaluation methods.

Her main fields of work are international comparative studies in education. Her research areas of interest include the measurement and determinants of instruction (e.g., professional development), how educational innovations impact on instruction, and how instruction affects student learning. She has published many articles and reports related to assessment and evaluation, quality assurance and institutional effectiveness, and she has actively participated to paper presentations and symposiums at major research association meetings.

She has also more than 15 years of Higher Education experience as project manager and proposal writer.

Anna Siri
Sociologist, University of Genova, Italy. Researcher at UNESCO Chair in Anthropology of Health Biosphere and Healing Systems School of Medicine, University of Genoa, Italy
She is a researcher of the UNESCO Chair on “Anthropology of health – Biosphere and Healing systems”, University of Genoa, Genoa, Italy. She received a Bachelor's degree in economics and earned her PhD in Evaluation of Educational processes and systems at the University of Genoa.

In July 2017, she has obtained the national scientific qualification (ASN) to Associate Professor of Sociology. She is an expert in the area of applied social research methodology, with an emphasis on program planning and evaluation methods.

Her main fields of work are international comparative studies in education. Her research areas of interest include the measurement and determinants of instruction (e.g., professional development), how educational innovations impact on instruction, and how instruction affects student learning. She has published many articles and reports related to assessment and evaluation, quality assurance and institutional effectiveness, and she has actively participated to paper presentations and symposiums at major research association meetings.

She has also more than 15 years of Higher Education experience as project manager and proposal writer.

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