PhD students

PhD students

At the beginning of the first year, each PhD student sumits a research project that is approved by the PhD faculty.

A tutor, member of the faculty, is assigned to each student in order to support him or her during the full PhD program period.

Click on the names of the PhD students in Neuroscience to find out more on them and on their research projects!

NameCycleProject titlee-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 GuidaliXXXIIICrossmodal 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