Category: Our research project

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CM2A: identification of a potential therapeutic approach

Before the end of the year, a very important news was given to you: the scientific journal “Cellular and Molecular Life Sciences” published the study carried out by Dr Rizzo together with the team directed by Prof.ssa Corti of the Dino Ferrari Centre/University of Milan. Combined RNA interference and gene

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CMT2A: a new big step towards the treatment

Let’s close the year with some great news. The study carried out by Dr Rizzo, with the team directed by Prof.ssa Corti of the Dino Ferrari Centre/University of Milan, has been published in the journal Cellular and Molecular Life Science. That scientific study represents an important advance for our research

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Nereo Bresolin and the contemporary neuroscience

Last September 12, Dino Ferrari Center we invited us to take part in the Conference: Nereo Bresolin and the contemporary neuroscience held in the beautiful Napoleonic Hall of the University of Milan in the presence of the Magnificent Rector Prof. Elio Franzini. It was a meeting full of high-level scientific

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Updates to our CMT2A Research Project

In the Laboratory of Neural Stem Cells of the “Centro Dino Ferrari” of the University of Milan – Fondazione IRCCS Ca’ Granda Ospedale Maggiore Policlinico, Prof. Stefania Corti and her team of expert researchers work day after day on the project which is aiming at the development of a possible

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An important update to our research project on CMT2A

Despite all, the research did not stop. And never will. Our Scientific Committee devoted some of the recent months’ work to the review and study of the literature on currently available animal models of the pathology, in order to identify disease markers essential to assess the effectiveness of our therapy.

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Telethon funds our scientific research project on CMT2A

Professor Stefania Corti, together with our research project on CMT2A, has been selected by a medical-scientific commission composed of 30 international scientists from all over the world as deserving of funding within the 2019 call for projects of the Telethon Foundation. THANKS to her, to the whole team and Telethon.

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