Luca Facchinello, PhD, is the PI for project PECHID - "PFAS Exposure and Children Development: Evidence from an Italian Environmental Incident", hosted by Collegio Carlo Alberto, awarded the Seal of Excellence for Marie Sklodowska-Curie Individual Fellowship, and completely funded by Compagnia di San Paolo via Trapezio grant. He is affiliated to SOFI (Stockholm University), holds a PhD in Economics from the Stockholm School of Economics, and has previously worked as Assistant Professor at Singapore Management University, where he was affiliated to the Centre for Research on the Economics of Ageing (CREA). He has been PI for four research projects, like most of his research entirely managed on his own, totaling more than 200,000 euros in research funding. His research portfolio includes a set of projects in the Economics of Education, focused on children, studying how information and peer comparisons affect self-concept, education choices and labor market outcomes, and how exposure to non-standard inputs like TV affects skill development. This line of research provided him with expertise in the analysis of quasi-experiments, and in using large register data and longitudinal surveys matched to register data. He has more recently worked in the area of Health Economics, where he experimentally studied through a large-scale experiment whether information provision can affect policy take-up and behavior of policy targets, and run a set of field experiments in the context of higher education, gaining expertise in survey and experiment design.