Danila Pallotta

Danila Pallotta Graduate fellow Education M.Sc. Università di Trieste Projects 1. ADNP associated autism syndrome

Nicolò Caporale

Nicolò Caporale PhD student Education M.D. Medicine and Surgery, University of Bologna Projects 1. EDCMix Risk: molecular characterization of endocrine disrupting chemicals in iPSC-derived tissues 2. Cortical spheroid implementation

Italia Aiello

Italia Aiello Visiting PhD student Education M.Sc. Medical Biotechnology and Molecular Medicine, University of Bari Projects 1. Transcriptomic changes upon ADAR2 silencing in ALS iPSC-derived motorneurons

Michele Gabriele

Michele Gabriele PhD student Education M.Sc. Molecular and Cellular Biology, University of Pisa Projects 1. Modeling of Kabuki syndrome 2. Modeling of ADNP-related autism

Marija Mihailovic

Marija Mihailovic Postdoctoral fellow Education PhD Molecular Medicine – Neuroscience, Vita-Salute San Raffaele University M.Sc. Molecular Biology and Physiology, University of Belgrade Projects 1. Translation regulation in Williams Syndrome and 7dupASD

Matteo Zanella

Matteo Zanella PhD student Education M.Sc. Medical, Molecular and Cellular Biotechnology, Vita-Salute San Raffaele University Projects 1. BAZ1B in neural crest development 2. GABAergic neuronal differentiation in Williams Syndrome and 7dupASD

Maddalena Lazzarin

Maddalena Lazzarin Postdoctoral fellow Education PhD Novartis Vaccines, Siena M.Sc. Biotechnology, University of Padova Projects 1. High throughput drug screening on Williams Syndrome and 7dupASD patient-derived cortical neurons

Giulia Barbagiovanni

Giulia Barbagiovanni PhD student Education M.Sc. Medical, Molecular and Cellular Biotechnology, Vita-Salute San Raffaele University Projects 1. Transdifferentiation stuff

Giuseppe D’Agostino

Giuseppe D’Agostino PhD student Education M.Sc. Molecular and Industrial Biotechnology, Università di Bologna Projects 1. Translational dysregulation in Williams-Beuren Syndrome and 7dup-ASD 2. Isogenic line generation to recapitulate large CNV-derived syndromes

James Hughes

 James Hughes Postdoctoral fellow Education PhD Genetics and Molecular Biology, University of Rome M.Sc. Biological Sciences, Carnegie Mellon University Projects 1. Neurodevelopmental alterations in Weaver Syndrome: elucidating epigenetic disease mechanisms through cell reprogramming. 2. Single-cell sequencing of patient-derived iPSCs and their neuronal derivatives