The Neurodegeneration Research Group announces a new publication in collaboration with the group of prof Polymenidou Afroz T, Hock EM, Ernst P, Foglieni C, Jambeau M, Gilhespy LAB, Laferriere F, Maniecka Z, Plückthun A, Mittl P, Paganetti P, Allain FHT, Polymenidou M. Functional and dynamic polymerization of the ALS-linked protein TDP-43 antagonizes its pathologic aggregation.…
Laura Grandi, PostDoc, Basal Ganglia Research Group from March 1st, 2017
Nicolò Pernigoni, intern, Neurodegeneration Research Group from March 1st, 2017
Elena Vacchi, laboratory technician, Parkinson Research Group from Febr 1st, 2017
Martina Sola, master student, Research Group Neurodegeneration from February 1st 2017
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Giona Pedrioli, PhD student Neurodegeneration Research Group from April 1st, 2016
Dr. Stefania Sgroi has published part of the data collected during her PhD: Sgroi S, Capper-Loup C, Paganetti P, Kaelin-Lang A. Enkephalin and dynorphin neuropeptides are differently correlated with locomotor hypersensitivity and levodopa-induced dyskinesia in parkinsonian rats. Exp Neurol 2016; 280:80
Stefania Sgroi has successfully defended her thesis at the University of Berne, congratulations! Prof Kaelin and the rest of the Institute are very proud of this achievement as Doctor Sgroi is the first PhD graduate at our Institute. Dr. Sgroi is now a PostDoc in the Parkinson Research Group.
Professor Giuseppe Di Giovanni Faculty of Medicine and Surgery, University of Malta visiting researcher, Basal Ganglia Pathophysiology Thanks to a “International Short Visits” grant of the Swiss National Science Foundation (SNSF).