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Team - Laboratory of Experimental Psychopharmacology  

 

dr Mottarlini

 

Francesca Mottarlini

E-mail: francesca.mottarlini@unimi.it

Phone +39-0250318354

Francesca Mottarlini is a Ph.D student at DISFEB from 2018. She carried out her M.Sc. degree in Molecular Biotechnology and Bioinformatics, in the lab of Experimental Psychopharmacology under the supervision of Prof. Fumagalli.
Her research is focused on investigating neuroplasticity mechanisms involved in reward processes, underlying Anorexia Nervosa and following the action of drugs of abuse.

 

dr Castillo Diaz

 

 

Fernando Castillo Díaz

E-mail: fernando.castillo@unimi.it

Phone +39-0250318354

Fernando Castillo Díaz is a postdoctoral fellow at DISFEB. He carried out his Ph.D. thesis in the Institute for Cellular Biology and Neuroscience (IBCN) at the University of Buenos Aires under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Jorge Medina.
His research involves molecular and behavioral aspects of the role of the mesocorticolimbic system on aversive and rewarding memories, focusing on cocaine-associatedmemories to understand the basis of addiction.



 

 

dr Bottan

 

Giorgia Bottan

E-mail: giorgia.bottan@unimi.it

Phone +39-0250318354

Giorgia Bottan is a research fellow at DISFEB. She carried out her Master thesis in the lab of Experimental Psychopharmacology under the supervision of Prof. Fumagalli. Her research is focused on investigating the molecular mechanisms underlying Anorexia Nervosa, particularly on studying putative molecular targets involved in the onset and maintenance of the disease.

 

dr Tarenzi

 

Benedetta Tarenzi

E-mail: benedetta.tarenzi@unimi.it

Phone +39-0250318354

Benedetta Tarenzi is a research fellow at DISFEB. She carried out her Master thesis in the lab of Experimental Psychopharmacology under the supervision of Prof. Fumagalli.
Her research is focused on investigating the molecular mechanisms underlying Anorexia Nervosa, particularly related tothe peripheral implications of this disease, and studying putative molecular targets involved in the onset and maintenance of the disease
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