Embryonic neurogenesis

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Group leader: Ferdinando Di Cunto

Neurogenesi embrionale
Gianmarco Pallavicini

Gianmarco Pallavicini

PostDoc

Contacts:

e-mail: gianmarco.pallavicini@unito.it

Born in Ivrea (Torino) on  10.10.1991 – Italian

Education and training
2020 FIRC Fellowship
2015-2019: PhD student in “Molecular Medicine”, Department of Molecular Biotechnologies and Health sciences, University of Turin . 
2013-2015: Master degree 110 cum laude /110, University of Torino, Corso di Biotecnologie Molecolari
2011-2013: Bachelor degree 108/110, University of Torino, Corso di Biotecnologie
2009: Internship at Bioindustry park "Silvano Fumero" (Colleretto Giacosa (TO) Italy in L.I.M.A scientific division).
2005-2010: High school degree, Liceo Scientifico "Antonio Gramsci", Ivrea (TO)

Research interests
I am currently working on a neuro-oncological project. In particular, I am interested both in the characterization of the molecular aspects of class II medulloblastoma and in the identification of Citron Kinase protein partners.

Scientific Societies
ABCD Associazione di Biologia Cellulare e del Differenziamento (2016)
SIBBM Società Italiana di Biofisica e Biologia Molecolare (2016)

News

CITK loss inhibits growth of Group 3 and 4 medulloblastoma cells and sensitizes them to DNA-damaging agents.

Cancers , 26 February 2020

G Pallavicini, G Iegiani, G Berto, E Calamia, E Trevisiol, A Veltri, S Allis and F Di Cunto

18 March 2020

Inactivation of citron kinase inhibits medulloblastoma progression by inducing apoptosis and cell senescence.

Cancer Research , June 2018
Pallavicini G, Sgro F, Garello F, Falcone M, Bitonto V, Berto GE, Bianchi FT, Gai M, Chiotto AM, Filippi M, Cutrin JC, Ala U, Terreno E, Turco E, Di Cunto F

7 July 2018