Dr Marco De Vivo from the AIRC Foundation will present “Il ruolo del computer nella scoperta di nuovi farmaci” on 1 December at 10:30. Venue: Dipartimento di Medicina Molecolare and Biotecnologie Mediche, via Tommaso De Amicis, 95 – Aula AT8 Hosts/Queries: Stefania Galdiero and Lucia Falcigno
Stefania has given a talk entitled: “Transition from research dependence to independence”. Speaking about her personal experience, she has given valuable advice on how to build a career as a scientist and face the transition from working under a PI to being a research leader. Her talk is part of the Postdoc Committee’s Career Development Seminar…
Despite the challenges in education caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, Stefania and her colleagues are passionate teachers working hard to deliver high-impact learning environments and experiences for students. Stefania is always committed to motivating students to love science and creating awareness of the performed research. Thanks for what you do!
Our group leader is in the ranking of best 160 thousand scientists in the world. The list of “Most Influential Scientists of the World” is published by three researchers from Stanford University in Plos Biology. List of the most influent scientists https://data.mendeley.com/datasets/btchxktzyw/2 Article on UNINA website http://www.unina.it/-/24789938-165-docenti-tra-i-migliori-ricercatori-al-mondo
New review paper “The world of cell penetrating: The future of medical applications” published in Future Medicinal Chemistry ABSTRACT Cell-penetrating peptides present huge biomedical applications in a variety of pathologies, thanks to their ability to penetrate membranes and carry a variety of cargoes inside cells. Progress in peptide synthesis has produced a greater availability of…
New paper “A boost to the antiviral activity: Cholesterol tagged peptides derived from glycoprotein B of Herpes Simplex virus type I” published in International Journal of Biological Macromolecules ABSTRACT Conformational changes of viral glycoproteins govern the fusion of viral and cellular membranes in the entry of enveloped viruses. Peptides mimicking domains of viral glycoproteins are apt…
No matter how old you are or the job you do, Science is for everyone who has curiosity and wants to find out. The Galdiero Group is committed to promoting science and creating awareness of the performed research among non-specialist people.