Chemist and bioinformatician. He got a Master in Chemistry at Univ. Rome, and PhD in Materials Science at ETH Zurich. He is Ass. Prof. at Univ. Salerno, and he is the CEO and cofounder of SmartVase Srl, active on biomaterials.
Simona is an Industrial Chemist. She received her Master and PhD in Chemical Science at University of Napoli “Federico II”. She worked at ETH Zurich. She is Ass. Professor at Univ. Salerno. She works on synthesis of biomaterials and metallorganic compounds. She is co-founder of SmartVase Srl.
Lucia received a PhD in Pharmaceutical Science in 2014 from the Univ. of Salerno. She worked at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH). She is an expert in drug design and she is co-founder of SmartVase Srl.
LUIGI DI BIASI
Luigi is a computer scientist skilled in code development for biology problems. He developed methods to treat with large dataset, and with distributed computing. He studied in Univ. Salerno, and he is also cofounder of Arrowsoft srl.
PhD student – Superhydrophobic materials
ANNA MARIA NARDIELLO
Master student – Biomembranes simulations
Master student – Drug design
Master student – Superhydrophobic materials
Master student – Drug Design
Master student – Synthesis of Fluorescent Probes
MIRIAM DI MARTINO
Research fellow – Synthesis of Fluorescent Probes
Master student – ADAR system
PhD student from Universidad de las Islas Baleares – Lipidomic
Dr Michele Fiore Associate Professor Institut de Chimie et Biochimie Moléculaires et Supramoléculaires, Université de Lyon Title of the seminar: Phospholipids and other amphiphilic molecules: nature, preparation and use in system chemistry. From organic, evolutionary and plausible prebiotic synthesis. Abstract Seminar Salerno
Rosaura Parisi nel mese di Marzo riceverà il suo dottorato in Scienze del Farmaco discutendo una tesi dal titolo: “Computational design of new Antimicrobial Peptides”
Il 30 e 31 Ottobre 2017 Max e Gigi si sono laureati. Max ha discusso una tesi dal titolo “Scaffold polimerici ibridi alginato/chitosano in forma di aerogel per l’ingegneria tissutale”. Gigi ha discusso una tesi intitolata “Probe fluorescenti solvatocromici per lo studio di membrane lipidiche“.