Tesi

 

Ph.D. THESIS 

Ph.D. Course in Molecular and Translational Medicine

Robert Szabo: Molecular epidemiology of hantaviruses in Central Europe and antiviral screening against zoonotic viruses causing hemorrhagic fevers. Joint Thesis Supervision with prof. Boris Klempa,  PhD Course in Virology, The Comenius University, Bratislava (XXX Ciclo)

Ph.D. Course in Research & Development of Anti-Infective Drugs

Elisa Carta: Studies on the antiviral and/or anti-inflammatory activity of novel synthetic inhibitors and/or of known drugs. (XXVIII Ciclo)

Elisabetta Pinna: Studies on the synergistic activity of a three-drug cocktail active against cisplatin-resistant human leukemia and carcinoma cells. (XXVIII Ciclo)

Rossana Tuveri: Identification and characterization of natural and synthetic compounds as new anticancer agents. (XXVIII Ciclo)

Antonella De Montis: Evaluation and development of a new biochip Nucleic Acid Test (NAT) multi-target for cervical cancer screening. (XXVII Ciclo)

Daniela Perra: Biochemical, informatic, and spectroscopic techniques applied to the study of prions and of combinations of antineoplastic drugs. (XXVII Ciclo)

Ph.D. Course in Research & Development of Antiviral Drugs

Matteo Manca: Innovative approaches for rapid antemortem diagnosis of prion disorders and to predict synergistic effects of drug combinations. (XXVI Ciclo)

Sarah Vascellari: Studies on the role of cholesterol in the pathogenesis of prion disorders. (XXII Ciclo)

Claudia Norfo: Cholesterol homeostasis in in vitro and ex vivo models of prion neurodegenerative diseases. (XXII Ciclo)

M. Dolores Cannas: Studies on the role of cholesterol in the pathogenesis of prion diseases: I. Correlation between cell susceptibility to prion infection/replication and altered cellular cholesterol distribution. (XX Ciclo)

Christina D. Orrù: Studies on the role of cholesterol in the pathogenesis of prion diseases: II. Cholesterol esters as potential target of drug combination treatments. (XX Ciclo)

 

 

 

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