Neurobiologia clinica

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Gruppo guidato da Antonio Bertolotto

Neurobiologia clinica
serena martire

Serena Martire

Biotechnologist and Biostatistician

Contacts:
Tel + 39 11 6706600
Fax + 39 11 6705448
e-mail: serena.martire@gmail.com

Curriculum Vitae

Born: August 1st, 1987 in Turin, Italy
Nationality: Italian

Present position
Research fellowship at the Neuroscience Institute Cavalieri Ottolenghi (NICO) and the University Hospital San Luigi Gonzaga of Orbassano (Turin). Researcher in a laboratory dedicated to the study of Multiple Sclerosis.

Education
2009: BSc in Medical Biotechnology, University of Turin
2012: MSc in Medical Biotechnology, University of Turin
2014: Master in Medical and Genomic Statistics, University of Pavia
2018: MSc in Medical Biostatistics, University of Milano Bicocca
2021 (expected): Board Certification in Health Statistics and Biometrics

Professional Experience
2009-2010: Research intern. University of Turin. Department of Anatomy, Pharmacology and Legal Medicine of Turin. Supervisor: Prof. A. Vercelli

2010-2012: Research intern. University of Turin. Clinical Neurobiology Laboratory at the University Hospital San Luigi Gonzaga (Orbassano, Turin). Supervisor: Dr. A. Bertolotto

2012 to date: Research fellowship at the Neuroscience Institute Cavalieri Ottolenghi (NICO) the University Hospital San Luigi Gonzaga of Orbassano (Turin). Researcher in a laboratory dedicated to the study of Multiple Sclerosis.

Field of research
Multiple sclerosis, genomics and epigenomics, statistics, epidemiology.

Professional organization
Associazione italiana Neuroimmunologia (AINI)

Publications:

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News

Sclerosi Multipla: lo spegnimento del gene TNFAIP3 indica possibili bersagli terapeutici

La mancanza del gene TNFAIP3 nelle cellule mieloidi porta a una alterata produzione delle cellule del sistema immunitario responsabili della difesa dell’organismo e dell’insorgenza di malattie autoimmuni. È quanto dimostra lo studio pubblicato su International Journal of Molecular Science dalle ricercatrici del laboratorio di Neurobiologia Clinica diretto dal Dr. Bertolotto.

29 Aprile 2020