Team - Pathophysiology of pain, neuroimmunology and drug of abuse Unit
Giada Amodeo, PhD
Post-doc research fellow
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.
Giulia Galimberti is a PhD student at DISFEB.She graduated in Biology applied to biomedical research and in October 2022 she began her doctorate under the supervision of Professor Paola Sacerdote. She investigates the role of the prokineticin system in different models of chronic pain, with a particular focus on Fabry disease.