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OpenPosition@NICO - prof. Buffo NSC-RECONSTRUCT

A Postdoctoral Fellowship is available in the Physiopathology of Neural Stem Cell group at the Neuroscience Institute Cavalieri Ottolenghi (Orbassano, Torino, Italy), led by Annalisa Buffo . The fellowship is funded within NSC-Reconstruct , a 4-year H2020 European Union supported Project coordinated by Prof. Elena Cattaneo - University of Milan (Deputy Coordinator: Prof. Malin Parmar - Lund University).

10 july 2020

Virtual reality framework for editing and exploring medial axis representations of nanometric scale neural structures

Computers & Graphics, 24 June 2020

Daniya Boges, Marco Agus, Ronell Sicat, Pierre J. Magistretti, Markus Hadwiger, Corrado Calì

7 july 2020

TNFAIP3 Deficiency Affects Monocytes, Monocytes-Derived Cells and Microglia in Mice

International Journal of Molecular Science , 18 April 2020

Francesca Montarolo, Simona Perga, Carlotta Tessarolo, Michela Spadaro, Serena Martire and Antonio Bertolotto

29 april 2020

Stem Cell-Derived Human Striatal Progenitors Innervate Striatal Targets and Alleviate Sensorimotor Deficit in a Rat Model of Huntington Disease

Stem Cell Reports , 16 April 2020

Besusso D, Schellino R, Boido M, Belloli S, Parolisi R, Conforti P, Faedo A, Cernigoj M,Campus I, Laporta A, Dickinson Bocchi V, Murtaj V, Parmar M,Spaiardi P, Talpo F,Maniezzi C, Toselli MG, Biella G, Moresco RM, Vercelli A, Buffo A, and Cattaneo E

20 april 2020

Unravelling the neural basis of sexual imprinting

Serena Bovetti  has received a highly competitive and prestigious international grant to study the neural basis of sexual imprinting. The grant is from the  Human Frontier Science program (HFSP)  an international program of research support, funding frontier research on complex mechanisms of living organisms.
Dr Serena Bovetti works with  Prof. Paolo Peretto  at the  Department of Life Science and Systems Biology  and at the  Neuroscience Institute Cavalieri Ottolenghi – University of Turin , and she is part of a three-person team awarded a HFSP program grant of more than $1 million US over three years.

18 april 2020

In vivo silencing of miR-125a-3p promotes myelin repair in models of white matter demyelination

Glia , 12 March 2020 

Marangon D, Boda E, Parolisi R, Negri C, Giorgi C, Montarolo F, Perga S, Bertolotto A, Buffo A, Abbracchio MP, Lecca D

17 april 2020

Understanding the effects of air pollution on neurogenesis and gliogenesis in the growing and adult brain

Current Opinion in Pharmacology , February 2020

Boda E, Rigamonti AE, Bollati V

10 april 2020

NSC-Reconstruct - Novel Strategies for Cell-based Neural Reconstruction (Horizon 2020)

The European project NSC-Reconstruct - Novel Strategies for Cell-based Neural Reconstruction (Horizon 2020) has started today with a web-kick-off meeting. Prof. Annalisa Buffo (NICO - Department of Neuroscience of the University of Turin) leads work package 3, which is aimed at developing strategies for the repair of complex brain networks, such as those affected in Huntington's disease.

The overall goal of the project is to develop and optimize strategies based on effective neuronal replacement and circuit reconstruction to treat neurodegenerative diseases. NSC-Reconstruct is coordinated by Prof. Elena Cattaneo, University of Milan which brings together 13 partners including universities, research centers, industries and SMEs from six European countries.

3 april 2020