Neurobiologia clinica

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Gruppo guidato da Marco Capobianco

Neurobiologia clinica
Maria Ludovica Sforza

Maria Ludovica Sforza

Molecular Biotechnologist, MSc

Contacts:

email: ludovica.sforza96@gmail.com

Born May 20th, 1996 in Civitanova Marche, Italy

Nationality: Italian

Present position
January 2021 to date: Research fellow at the at the Neuroscience Institute Cavalieri Ottolenghi (NICO) and University Hospital San Luigi Gonzaga of Orbassano (Turin) at the Clinical Neurobiology Laboratory supervised by Dr. A. Bertolotto.

Education

2015-2018 Bachelor’s Degree in Biosciences and Biotechnology (BSc), University of Camerino

08/2017- 02/2018 Erasmus+ for study at Radboud University (Nijmegen, NL)

2018-2020 Master’s Degree in Molecular Biotechnology (MSc), University of Turin

Professional Experience

2017: Research intern. University of Camerino, Laboratory of Molecular Parasitology supervised by Prof. Guido Favia. Experimental thesis title: “Elizabethkingia anophelis symbiont detection in Anopheles
gambiae G3 treated with Asaia

2018-2020: Research intern. University of Turin, Laboratory of Clinical Neurobiology at Neuroscience Institute Cavalieri Ottolenghi (NICO) supervised by Dr. Antonio Bertolotto. Experimental master thesis title: “A first characterization of placenta-derived extracellular vesiscles in patients with multiple sclerosis”

Membership in Research Centers:

Neuroscience Institute Cavalieri Ottolenghi (NICO, Orbassano, Turin);

AOU San Luigi Gonzaga Hospital (Orbassano, Turin).

Publications:
> PubMed.gov

News

Gravidanza e Sclerosi Multipla: uno studio sul ruolo della placenta nella risposta immunitaria

Uno studio sulla placenta delle ricercatrici del gruppo NICO di Neurobiologia clinica conferma il ruolo nella remissione della malattia e pone le basi per un promettente filone che ne indaghi il potenziale terapeutico. I risultati della ricerca pubblicati su International Journal of Molecular Sciences

23 Marzo 2021