Neuroscience institute Cavalieri Ottolenghi

The main goal of NICO research center is to study the fundamental biological mechanisms of nervous system function, whose knowledge is essential for the development of innovative therapeutic approaches for neurodegenerative diseases and psychiatric disorders.

70

RESEARCHERS

30

YEARS
average age

20

PROFESSORS

60%

WOMEN
researchers

50+

SCIENTIFIC PUBLICATIONS
per year

IBRO-PERC Support for Soft Skills Training: First Edition Attendees

Building up a career in Neuroscience
Grant and CV writing + job interview preparation

The  first edition of the School  proposed by NICO - University of Turin has successfully concluded with the participation of 16 PhD students and postdocs from European - in Germany, Spain, Portugal, Ukraine, Poland and Italy - and Indian research institutes.

The course, realized thanks to the support of  IBRO-PERC Support for Soft Skills Training , was held online from  November 29 to December 4, 2021.

16 december 2021

SPACER: A single cell SPAtiotemporal transcriptomic atlas to unveil CERebellar development and function in mouse

SPACER , conceived by Prof. Annalisa Buffo and by the post doc Valentina Cerrato from the Physiopathology of neural stem cells group , is among the projects selected as winners of a highly competitive call of the European consortium EASI Genomics, in the frame of the Horizon 2020 program. In total, 143 research groups from 27 countries all over the world applied in response to this call, but only 33 projects were selected.

10 november 2021

Serum neurofilament light chain levels in healthy individuals: A proposal of cut-off values for use in MS clinical practice

Multiple Sclerosis and Related Disorders , September 2021

Valentino P, Marnetto F, Martire S, Malucchi S, Bava CI, Popovic M, Bertolotto A 

6 october 2021