Dr. Dimartino is a Lecturer at the Institute for Bioengineering at the University of Edinburgh, UK. He has been always working, in a way or in another, in the development of new stationary phases for chromatography. He did his PhD at the University of Bologna on membrane chromatography, followed by a postdoc on monolithic stationary phases. He then moved to the University of Christchurch, New Zealand, where he initially studied fibre-based media for bioseparations. Eventually, together with Prof. Fee, he started employing 3D printing methods for the fabrication of chromatography media with perfectly ordered internal morphology. This research, regarded as completely novel on a global basis, has granted him and the wider research group with a number of international awards, including 3 best poster awards in 3 continuous years at the PREP conference series, and the Csaba Horvath Young Scientist Award at HPLC 2016.