Ilaria D'Acquarica

Position: Associate Professor of Organic Chemistry since 2015
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Research activity

   ·        Synthesis, characterization and evaluation of novel chiral stationary phases for HPLC; HPLC analysis of complex biological samples.

     ·        Enantioselective molecular recognition studies of resorc[4]arenes receptors in the gas phase by mass spectrometry.

Mattia Mori

 

Position: Post-Doc since 2009 at IIT (Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia)
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Research activity

Computational medicinal chemistry and structural biology.  

 

Francesca Ghirga

 

Position: Post-Doc since 2014 at IIT (Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia)
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Research activity 

   ·        Synthesis of resorc[4]arenes as artificial receptors and their exploitation in host-guest chemistry and drug delivery studies.

   ·        Discovery and development of small organic molecules and/or natural compounds capable of inhibiting the Hedgehog signaling pathway.

  

Andrea Calcaterra

 

Position: Post-Doc research assistant since 2014
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Research activity

   ·        Synthesis of resorc[4]arenes as artificial receptors and their exploitation in chiral recognition.

    ·        Enzymatic synthesis of tetraisoquinolines

 

 

Cinzia Ingallina

                                                                 

Position: POST DOC since 2015
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Research activity

   ·        Discovery and development of small organic molecules and/or natural compounds capable of inhibiting the Hedgehog signaling pathway.

Add this second research field:

   ·        Design, develop and characterization of drug delivery systems able to deliver natural products to the target tumor cells.

 

 

 Deborah Quaglio

 

Position: POST DOC since 2016
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Research activity

   ·        Synthesis of resorc[4]arenes as preorganized synthons for olefin metathesis reactions and drug delivery studies. 

   ·        Discovery and development of small organic molecules and/or natural compounds capable of inhibiting the Notch signaling pathway.

 

 

 

Simone Berardozzi

 

Position: PhD Student since 2014
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Research activity

   ·        Isolation, structure elucidation and synthesis of biologically active compounds from medicinal plants.

   ·        Discovery and development of small organic molecules and/or natural compounds capable of inhibiting the Hedgehog signaling pathway. 

 

Elisa De Paolis

 

Position: PhD Student since 2015
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Research activity

  ·          Discovery and development of small organic molecules and/or natural compounds capable of inhibiting the Hedgehog signaling pathway.

 

Silvia  Corradi

Position: PhD student since 2016
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Pietro Eleuteri 

Position: Student
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 Laura Mangiardi

Position: Student

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Silvia Balducci

Position: Student

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Rossana Passannante

Position: Student

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