Enrico M. Bucci is an Italian Researcher who works in the field of biomedical Big Data analysis and scientific research integrity, a sector in which he has become famous for his work as advisor in several high profile cases in the US, Germany, UK and Italy.
Since 2016, he is Adjunct Professor of Biology of Complex Systems and Director of the Biology of Complex Systems programme at the Sbarro Health Research Organization, part of the College of Science and Technology (Temple University).
Since 2017, he has been working as advisor for the Commission on Research Ethics and Bioethics. Since the same year, he is responsible for training courses of Research Integrity at the IMT School of Lucca and advisor of the same subject for the FLI Institut of Jena (Germany).
At the end of 2017, he was awarded the “2017 National Italian American Foundation – Giovan Giacomo Giordano Foundation Lifetime Achievement Award for Ethics and Creativity in Medical Research” for his work.
As a consultant, he has worked and still works for several scientific journals examining all papers submitted for peer review to identify cases of possible manipulation of images or data. His work has been described in several national and international media, including “Nature” and RAI.