Tag: Centro di ricerca Dino Ferrari

Bando progetti Telethon 2019

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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Centro di ricerca Dino Ferrari

An important update to our Research Project on CMT2A

We just received an important update we would like to share with you from the University of Milan “Dino Ferrari Center”.  The report provides information on progress made in the scientific research of a possible approach to therapeutic approach for CMT2A which will be presented in a session at the

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Federica Rizzo e Agnese Ramirez al Consortium CMTR
6th International Charcot-Marie Tooth and Related Neuropathy Consortium (CMTR) Meeting

The contribution of our researchers to CMTR Consortium

We publish an abstract of the study presented at the CMTR CONSORTIUM by our researchers Dr FEDERICA RIZZO and Dr AGNESE RAMIREZ from Dino Ferrari Center: FUNCTIONAL ANALYSIS AND GENOME-WIDE RNA-SEQ OF HUMAN MOTOR NEURONS IMPLICATE SELECTIVE MITOCHONDRIAL DEPLETION, RESISTANCE TO APOPTOSIS AND INCREASED MITOPHAGY IN CHARCOT-MARIE-TOOTH 2A Rizzo F, Ramirez A, Ronchi R.,

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Centro di ricerca Dino Ferrari

MFN2 at Mitochondrial medicine in Hixton, UK

Our researchers, directed by the Prof. Nereo Bresolin, Prof.Giacomo Comi and Prof. Stefania Corti, took part at the International Congress held at Hinxton, Cambridge from 4 to May 6, entitled: MITOCHONDRIAL MEDICINE:DEVELOPING NEW TREATMENTS FOR MITOCHONDRIAL DISEASE bringing a very specific contribution on Mitofusin 2 with the study named: Selective mitochondrial depletion, apoptosis

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“Il pranzo del Sorriso”, Mitofusin 2 Project event

We would like to inform you that we are going to organize the event “Il pranzo del Sorriso” (the Smile Lunch) that will be held (as usual) in Rignano sull’Arno (FI) on Sunday, 6 September 2015. A  time of joy and happiness we used to share with the people of this beautiful village located in the hills of Florence; an important occasion to

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MFN2-related neuropathies: Clinical features, molecular pathogenesis and therapeutic perspectives

A new scientific study has been completed by our team. The interesting audit work coordinated by Dr Giulia Stoppia and made by our outstanding research team just got published in the important Journal of the Neurological Sciences.  “Here, we present the clinical, genetic and neuropathological features of human diseases associated with MFN2 mutations. We also report

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