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Team - Laboratory of Molecular and Cellular Pharmacology of Purinergic Trasmission  


drssa G. Magni



Giulia Magni

E-mail: giulia.magni@unimi.it

Phone +3902/50318355

Post-doc fellow at DiSFeB, she obtained her PhD degree in Drug Discovery at the Italian Institute of Technology in Genoa in 2014. In 2012-2013 she spent a period at the University of California San Francisco, working on a research project on the role of P2Y and glutamatergic receptors in animal models of orofacial pain. Her research activity is currently focused on the role of glial cells in pain transmission.

dott Marangon


Davide Marangon

E-mail: davide.marangon@unimi.it

Phone +3902/50318279

Holder of a Post-doc fellowship (Assegno di Ricerca di tipo B) at DiSFeB, he obtained his PhD degree in Experimental and Clinical Pharmacological Sciences in 2018. Over this period, he worked on a research project on the role of microRNAs in demyelination processes. His research activity is currently focused on the identification of new remyelinating strategies for the treatment of multiple sclerosis.


dott. S. Raffaele



Stefano Raffaele

E-mail: stefano.raffaele@unimi.it

Phone +39/0250318279

Since 2018 he is PhD student in Biomolecular, Experimental and Clinical Pharmacological Sciences. His research is aimed at understanding how neuroinflammation modulates the regenerative response promoted by oligodendrocyte precursor cells (OPC) after demyelination. In this respect, he is being studying the role of extracellular vesicles in microglia-to-OPC communication.


drssa Camilla Negri



Camilla Negri

E-mail: camilla.negri@unimi.it

Phone +3902/50318279

Research fellow. From 2016 to 2017 she carried out her Master thesis in the laboratory of Prof.ssa Maria Pia Abbracchio, aimed at characterizing the expression of the GPR17 purinergic receptor in animal models of demyelination and multiple sclerosis. Since 2017 she has been working in the same laboratory, investigating new factors involved in oligodendrocyte maturation.

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