Associated members

Remo Sanges

Working at the Stazione Zoologica Anton Dohrn in Naples, his main interest is focused on the function and the evolution of the non-coding portion of the genome (regulatory regions, non-coding RNAs, transposons), how these features shaped the genomes of living organisms, the way in which they affect transcription and their impact in the establishment of complexity.
 

Giampiero Leanza

Head of the Neurogenesis and Repair Lab at the University of Trieste, he is interested in neurodegeneration, spontaneous plastic/regenerative responses and the development of restorative strategies based on neuroprotective agents and/or cell replacement in rodents. 

Paolo Carloni

Paolo Carloni’s research focuses on molecular simulation and bioinformatics approaches to molecular biophysics, molecular medicine and structural genomics.

Silvia Onesti

Silvia Onesti is a member of the Biological Macromolecules Commission within the International Union of Crystallography.

Piero Carninci

From 2008 he is a Team and Unit Leader and a Deputy Project Director at the RIKEN Omics Science Center in Yokohama

Maria Laura Bolognesi

Since the beginning of her career, Maria Laura Bolognesi has focused on the design and synthesis of small molecules as chemical probes for the investigation of biological targets or as drug candidates.

Antonio Simeone

His research has focused on the molecular mechanisms underlying specification and patterning as well as evolution of the developing mammalian brain. 

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