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Lucia Paolini

Personal Information

Position: Researcher

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Location: Brescia

Paolini, Lucia

Research

Fields of Interest and Expertise

Extracellular- Vesicles biophysical-properties


Curriculum Vitae

2005: Degree in Biotechnologies at University of Brescia, Italy

2007:
Master Degree in Medical Biotechnologies at University of Brescia, Italy

2011: International collaborator at Prof. Stephan Höning Biochemistry I Institute, Faculty of Medicine, University of Cologne, Germany

2011-2012: Special volunteer at dr. Juan S. Bonifacio, Dept. of Cell Biology and Metabolism program (CBMPP),
Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute, of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD), National Institutes of Health (NIH), Bethesda (MD), USA.

2013: PhD in Molecular and Cellular Biotechnologies applied at the Biomedical field at University of Brescia, Italy

2013-2015:
Post-doctoral fellowship at the University of Brescia, Dept. Molecular and Translational Medicine, Project: Plasma cell dyscrasias:                       incidence in the Brescia area and identification of prognostic factors of malignancy”

2016:
Post-doctoral fellowship at the University of Brescia, Dept. Molecular and Translational Medicine, Project: Study of the functional role of            the nuclear protein Intersectin 1.

2016-2017:
Post-doctoral fellowship at the University of Brescia, Dept. Molecular and Translational Medicine, Project: Exosomes as biomarkers                     for Parkinson and Alzheimer desease: chemical-physical properties and proteomic

2018: Fellowship at the University of Brescia, Dept. Molecular and Translational Medicine, Project: Physical-chemical and colloidal                              characterization of isolate extracellular vesicles.

2018-2021:
Recognised researcher (R2) within the project evFOUNDRY-The Extracellular Vesicle Foundry” (n. 801367), funded by the European Programme Horizon 2020, H2020-FETOPEN-1-2016-2017, Center for Colloid and Surface Science (CSGI, Firenze)


Awards

2009: Winner of Master thesis price “Don Bartolomeo Grazioli ” Martire di Belfiore fundation e dell’Istituto Lombardo Accademia di Scienze e Lettere nella disciplina Scienze biologiche e biotecnologiche con la tesi dal titolo: “Caratterizzazione biochimica funzionale del complesso adattatore AP-4”.

2013:
Winner of "The Binding Site Italia Award 2013". 


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