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Team - Laboratory of Pharmacology of Thrombosis and Atherosclerosis  

 

 dr Leonardo Sandrini

 

Leonardo Sandrini

E-mail: leonardo.sandrini@unimi.it

Phone +390250318280

Leonardo Sandrini graduated in Chemistry and Pharmaceutical Technologies in 2015 and now is a PhD student in the XXXII cycle of the graduate school in Experimental and Clinical Pharmacological Sciences.
His research focuses on studying the molecular mechanisms underlying the relationship between psychosocial factors and cardiovascular diseases taking advantage of models of stress and depression, with specific attention at the role of BDNF, a protein member of the neurotrophin family.

 

drssa Ilaria Stadiotti

 

Ilaria Stadiotti - Research fellow

E-mail: ilaria.stadiotti@unimi.it

Phone +390258002026

Ilaria Stadiotti graduated in Biology Applied to Biomedical Research and, since 2017, she is following the PhD program in Experimental and Clinical Pharmacological Sciences.
Her research activity, funded by Fondazione Telethon, focuses on Arrhythmogenic Cardiomyopathy, a genetic disease characterized by ventricular arrhythmias and fibro-fatty substitution. The comprehension of disease cellular and molecular mechanisms and the identification of new therapeutic targets are the main goals of her project. 

 

drssa Laura Castiglioni

Laura Castiglioni

E-mail: laura.castiglioni@unimi.it

Phone +390250318280

Laura Castiglioni graduated in Biotechnology, in 2013 obtained her PhD degree in Pharmacological Sciences. A post-doctoral research fellow from 2014, her current research activity is aimed at the study of the molecular mechanisms underlying cardiac hypertrophy in models of hypertension and myocardial infarction, combining molecular imaging techniques such as cardiac magnetic resonance and echocardiography with molecular biology techniques.

 

 dr Paolo Gelosa

 

Paolo Gelosa

E-mail: paolo.gelosa@guest.unimi.it

Phone +390250318280

Paolo Gelosa graduated in Pharmacy, he obtained PhD degree in Pharmacological Sciences in 2009. A post-doctoral research fellow from 2010, he collaborated also with Centro Cardiologico Monzino and in 2015 won the Bando Cariplo.
His current research activity is aimed at the study of the molecular mechanisms underlying cerebral ischemia and its pharmacological treatment, combining molecular imaging techniques such as magnetic resonance with molecular biology techniques.

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