- “Science and technology of polymeric materials” for academic degree in Science of Materials
- "Polymeric Biomaterials", for advanced academic degree in Industrial Chemistry
- "Science and Technology of Industrial Formulations" for advanced academic degree in Industrial Chemistry
- ""Biotechnological plants and processes" for academic degree in Biotechnologies.
- Member of Committee for attribution of 2 CFU related to “Other activities” within the advanced academic degree in Industrial Chemistry.
- Daily by appointment.
- Vice-president and secretary of the Academic Degree Council in Industrial Chemistry.
- Member of the AQ and Tutorial Committees for advanced academic degree in Industrial Chemistry.
- Member of INSTM (National Inter-Universities Corsortium of Materials Science and Technology), CNISM (National Inter-Universities Consortium for Material Physical Sciences), AIM (Macromolecules Italian Association).
1990: Academic degree in Chemistry at the University of Genoa, 110/100 cum laude, with the thesis concerning biopolymers "Studies of intercalation complexes between fluorescent agents and nucleic acids" supervising professor: Ms. Carla Cuniberti.
1994: Research Doctorate in Chemical Sciences, carried out at the Institute of Industrial Chemistry of the University of Genoa with the thesis concerning biopolymers "Photophysical properties of fluorescent probes intercalating nucleic acids. Nature of the binding site relating to the double helix structure and dynamics" supervising professor: Ms. Carla Cuniberti.
1994-2000: graduate technician at the Institute of Industrial Chemistry and after at the Department of Chemistry and Industrial Chemistry (DCCI)of the University of Genoa.
2000: Researcher of the Faculty of Mathematical, Physical and Natural Sciences of the University of Genoa, disciplinary domain CHIM/04 (Industrial Chemistry); c/o Department of Chemistry and Industrial Chemistry (DCCI).
Main research fields:
1.Complexes between nucleic acids and fluorescent probes
2.Polymeric biomaterials for soft tissue substitution and regeneration
3.Conjugated polymers for optoelectronics and sensing
4.Hybrid metal/organic materials for optoelectronics and sensing
During his professional career Marina Alloisio has been also dedicated to the study of issues related to the teaching of chemistry and teachers training of in compulsory and secondary school, participating in various national and international, educational projects.