Dottorandi

Dottorandi

All’inizio del primo anno ogni dottorando presenta un progetto di ricerca al collegio docenti, che ha ne valuta la fattibilità e la coerenza rispetto alle tematiche del dottorato.

In base all’argomento scelto a ciascun dottorando viene assegnato ad un tutor, individuato tra i membri del collegio docenti, che lo affiancherà per tutto il periodo del dottorato.

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Nome e CognomeCicloTitolo progettoe-mail
Fulvio Da ReXXXIIAmnestic and non-amnestic phenotypes of Alzheimer’s disease: an MRI-based phasing analysisf.dare@campus.unimib.it
Greta ForcaiaXXXIINeurophysiological studies to evaluate clinical potential of brain targeted nanoparticlesg.forcaia@campus.unimib.it
Giulia FumagalliXXXIIThe role of immune system in different animal models of Oxaliplatin Induced Peripheral Neurotoxicityg.fumagalli14@campus.unimib.it
Serena GiurgolaXXXIIMultisensory integration and crossmodal plasticity: a neurophysiological approachs.giurgola@campus.unimib.it
Eleonora PozziXXXIIOxydative stress in experimental preclinical models of Oxaliplatin Induced Peripheral Neurotoxicitye.pozzi18@campus.unimib.it
Erica VaroliXXXIITracking the effect of cathodal direct current stimulation on cortical excitability and connectivity by means of TMS-EEGe.varoli@campus.unimib.it
Chiara BazziniXXXIIIPotential role of natural extracts against Aβ citotoxicity and neuroinflammationc.bazzini@campus.unimib.it
Giorgio Battista BoncoraglioXXXIIIRole of Ryanodine Receptor type 3 (RyR3) in ischemic strokeg.boncoraglio@campus.unimib.it
Cinzia BragatoXXXIIICharacterization of Pompe Disease in vitro and in vivo models to test the efficacy of a new possible therapeutic moleculec.bragato@campus.unimib.it
Tatiana CarrozziniXXXIIIStudy of coffee extract action against oxidative stress t.carrozzini@campus.unimib.it
Francantonio DevotoXXXIIINeurofunctional biomarkers of obesity and weight lossf.devoto@campus.unimib.it
Giacomo GuidaliXXXIIICross-modal plasticity in sensory-motor cortices and non-invasive brain stimulation techniques: new ways to explore and modulate brain plasticityg.guidali@campus.unimib.it 
Valentina MurtajXXXIIIGender, age and metabolic disfunction as risk factor for neuroinflammatory pathology diseasev.murtaj@campus.unimib.it
Chiara SabatiniXXXIIIStudy of CR4056 interactions with the opioid system: deepening the molecular mechanism for new perspective in the pain managementc.sabatini1@campus.unimib.it
Silvia SeghezziXXXIIIThe sense of agency in normal and pathological populations: meta-analytical, behavioural and neurofunctional evidences.seghezzi2@campus.unimib.it 
Dario AlimontiXXXIVMotor and cognitive scores progression in Parkinson’s Disease.d.alimonti@campus.unimib.it
Federica AngiulliXXXIVRole and characterization of anti-aβ autoantibodies in the pathogenesis of cerebral amyloid angiopathy-related inflammationf.angiulli2@campus.unimib.it
Lorenzo DianaXXXIVModulation of cortical networks of attention by means of non-invasive brain stimulation (NIBS) techniques: a study on healthy subjects and stroke patients with hemispatial neglect.l.diana1@campus.unimib.it
Chiara GalimbertiXXXIVCharacterization of a novel tyrosine kinase inhibitor in experimental models of glioblastoma.c.galimberti5@campus.unimib.it
Eleonora GiagnorioXXXIVRole of dysregulated skeletal muscle LncRNAs/mRNA targets in Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis pathogenesis.e.giagnorio1@campus.unimib.it
Gemma MassettiXXXIVAssessing the effects of multisensory stimulation through new technologies on patients with acquired brain injury.g.massetti@campus.unimib.it
Maddalena MauriXXXIVMulti neuro-functional biomarkers for monitoring developmental trajectories in early onset psychopathologym.mauri75@campus.unimib.it
Ramona MeantiXXXIVNeuroprotective effect of Growth Hormone Secretagogues and glycosaminoglycans association in in vitro models of ALSr.meanti@campus.unimib.it
Ettore SalsanoXXXIVClinical and genetic characterization of leukodystrophies in adultse.salsano@campus.unimib.it
Ilenia SavinettiXXXIVGene Expression Profiling Identifies Specific Signatures in Peripheral Blood Monocytes of Primary Progressive Multiple Sclerosis Patients.i.savinetti@campus.unimib.it