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YoungInnovation

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YOUNGINNOVATION

 Special Event

YoungInnovation

The State of Research communicated by Young Researchers

 

September 22-23-24

Chair: Donatella PAOLINO, University Magna Graecia of Catanzaro 
Co-chair: Daniele TORELLA, University Magna Graecia of Catanzaro
Co-chair: In definition, Sapienza University of Rome

ORGANIZING BOARD
Stefano ALCARO, University Magna Graecia of Catanzaro
Paolo CALICETI, University of Padova
Giovanni CUDA, University Magna Graecia of Catanzaro
Giovanni TOSI, University of Modena and Reggio Emilia
 

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Today science, technology and innovation are the engine of development all over the world. In a complex and fast-changing world, researchers can contribute to face all big challenges ahead. For this reason, new generations of researchers and scientists are key to world’s future development.

NanoInnovation has always tried to promote science and research at all levels, to encourage exchanges between universities, research institutions and companies, to facilitate participation of early stage researchers in the scientific world, to support their careers and promote mentorship activities. For this reason, YoungInnovation, the special event dedicated to young researchers, will take place again during this edition.

Co-organized with University Magna Graecia of Catanzaro and Sapienza University of Rome, the three-days event will host a series of symposia where the state of research will be presented by young researchers, who daily work in laboratory to produce innovation. The focus of YoungInnovation is to evaluate the current status of the research. In particular, very innovative aspects will be analysed, ranging from life science, i.e precision and translational medicine, to material science.

Today, many research issues are becoming increasingly complex, and learning new perspectives on future research is a vital element for scientific progression. The event meets the need to encourage the exchange of ideas and to support young researchers in their activities.

 
September 22
 09:00 - 10:30
Tissue Regeneration

SE.I.1 - TT.I.F
Co-organized with University of Catanzaro & Sapienza University of Rome
Chairs: Konrad URBANEK & Fabiola MARINO, University Magna Graecia of Catanzaro
SE.I.1.1
TT.I.F.1
Maurilio SAMPAOLESI
KU Leuven, Belgium
2D and 3D human iPSC-based models to reveal new therapeutic targets for Duchenne muscular dystrophy
SAMPAOLESI Maurilio 2021
SE.I.1.2
TT.I.F.2
Eleonora CIANFLONE CV
University Magna Graecia of Catanzaro
Targeting stem cell senescence to rejuvenate the aged heart
CIANFLONE Eleonora 2021
SE.I.1.3
TT.I.F.3
Dalila MIELE CV
University of Pavia
Production of polydioxanone (PDO) microfibers obtained by centrifugal spinning technology as skin/tendon tissue substitutes
MIELE Dalila 2021
SE.I.1.4
TT.I.F.4
Barbara VIGANI - CV
University of Pavia
Spermidine as multifunctional agent in the design of innovative tools for nervous tissue repair
VIGANI Barbara 2021
SE.I.1.5
TT.I.F.5
Mariangela SCALISE - CV
University Magna Graecia of Catanzaro
Endogenous resident multipotent progenitors as cardiac tumor initiating cells
SCALISE Mariangela 2021
   
 11:30 - 13:00
Advanced technologies in cardiovascular diseases

SE.I.2 - TT.II.F
Co-organized with University of Catanzaro & Sapienza University of Rome
Chairs: Daniele TORELLA, University Magna Graecia of Catanzaro & Mattia TIBONI, University of Urbino
SE.I.2.1
TT.II.F.1
Konrad URBANEK - CV
University Magna Graecia of Catanzaro
Cellular and molecular basis of cardio-oncology
URBANEK Konrad 2021
SE.I.2.2
TT.II.F.2
Fabiola MARINO - CV
University Magna Graecia of Catanzaro
From spheroids to organoids: the evolution of model system for human cardiac regeneration in a dish
MARINO Fabiola 2021
SE.I.2.3
TT.II.F.3
Cristina CASADIDIO - CV
University of Camerino
Cardiac Delivery of therapeutics via injectable thermosensitive hydrogels
CASADIDIO Cristina 2021
SE.I.2.4
TT.II.F.4
Nadia SALERNO - CV
University Magna Graecia of Catanzaro
In vivo advanced cardiac imaging in small animals
SALERNO Nadia 2021
 
 14:00 - 15:30
Hot topics in Life Sciences - Focus on natural compound

SE.I.3 - TT.III.E
Co-organized with University of Catanzaro & Sapienza University of Rome
Chairs: Stefano ALCARO, University Magna Graecia of Catanzaro & Ettore NOVELLINO, University of Naples Federico II
SE.I.3.1
TT.III.E.1 
Bruno BOTTA - CV
Sapienza University of Rome
The Role of Natural Products in Promoting Well-being: From Foods to Drugs
BOTTA Bruno 2021
SE.I.3.2
TT.III.E.2
Federica MORACA - CV
University of Naples Federico II
Nucleic acids as target of natural small molecules
MORACA Federica 2021
SE.I.3.3
TT.III.E.3
Isabella ROMEO - CV
University Magna Graecia of Catanzaro
Natural agents against SARS-CoV-2
ROMEO Isabella 2021
SE.I.3.4
TT.III.E.4
Francesca Alessandra AMBROSIO - CV
University Magna Graecia of Catanzaro
Targeting HuD with natural compounds
AMBROSIO Francesca Alessandra 2021
 
 16:00 - 17:30
Pluripotent Stem Cell as a Multidisciplinary Platform in Clinical Research

SE.I.4 - TT.IV.D
Co-organized with University of Catanzaro & Sapienza University of Rome
Chairs: Giovanni CUDA & Heather BOND, University Magna Graecia of Catanzaro
SE.I.4.1
TT.IV.D.1
Graziano MARTELLO - CV
University of Padova
Generation of human induced Pluripotent Stem cells in microfluidics
MARTELLO Graziano 2021
SE.I.4.2
TT.IV.D.2
Elvira I. PARROTTA - CV
University Magna Graecia of Catanzaro
Identification of retinoic acid-responsive transcriptional regulators in human ESCs
PARROTTA Elvira 2021
SE.I.4.3
TT.IV.D.3
Stefania SCALISE - CV
University Magna Graecia of Catanzaro
In vitro model of febrile seizures and epilepsy using patient-specific induced pluripotent stem cells-derived neurons
SCALISE Stefania 2021
SE.I.4.4
TT.IV.D.4
Valeria LUCCHINO - CV
University Magna Graecia of Catanzaro
Generation of human induced pluripotent stem cell lines from two Italian siblings affected by Unverricht-Lundborg disease
LUCCHINO Valeria 2021
SE.I.4.5
TT.IV.D.5
Luana SCARAMUZZINO - CV
University Magna Graecia of Catanzaro
Uncovering the function of Ferritin heavy chain (FHC) in human embryonic stem cells
!DONNA
 
 September 23
 09:00 - 10:30
Innovative technologies in drug delivery: Extracellular Vesicles

SE.I.5 - TT.V.F
Co-organized with University of Catanzaro & Sapienza University of Rome
Chairs: Maria CARAFA, Sapienza University of Rome & Maria Chiara CRISTIANO, University Magna Graecia of Catanzaro
SE.I.5.1
TT.V.F.1
Paolo CIANA - CV
University of Milan
Transplantation of autologous extracellular vesicles for cancer-specific targeting
CIANA Paolo 2021
SE.I.5.2
TT.V.F.2
Mariangela GAROFALO - CV
University of Padova
Extracellular Vesicles: new frontiers for modern delivery of therapeutics
GAROFALO Mariangela 2021
SE.I.5.3
TT.V.F.3
Alessandro VILLA - CV
University of Milan
EVs as tools for enhanced imaging: insights from preclinical studies
VILLA Alessandro 2021
SE.I.5.4
TT.V.F.4
Nicolò SIMONOTTI - CV
Istituto Nazionale Tumori - IRCCS Foundation (INT)
Perspectives for real-time applications of extracellular vesicles (EVs) in surgical oncology.pdf
SIMONOTTI Nicolò 2021
SE.I.5.5
TT.V.F.5
Marta VALENZA - CV
University of Milan
Nanoparticles crossing the blood-brain barrier for cholesterol delivery to Huntington’s disease brain
VALENZA Marta 2021
   
 11:30 - 13:00
Brain Delivery 

SE.I.6 - TT.VI.F
Co-organized with University of Catanzaro & Sapienza University of Rome
Chairs: Teresa MUSUMECI, University of Catania & Federica DE GAETANO, University of Messina
SE.I.6.1
TT.VI.F.1
Giovanni TOSI - CV
University of Modena and Reggio Emilia
Brain & Nanomedicine: where we are and where to go
TOSI Giovanni
SE.I.6.2
TT.VI.F.2
Maria Camilla BERGONZI - CV
University of Florence
Thymoquinone-Loaded Soluplus® -Solutol® HS15 Mixed Micelles: Preparation, In Vitro Characterization, and Effect on the SH-SY5Y Cell Migration
BERGONZI Camilla Maria 2021
SE.I.6.3
TT.VI.F.3
Luca CERRI
University of Pisa
Camouflage nanosystems based on chitosan and cellular membranes for the rivastigmine delivery to the brain
CERRI Luca 2021
SE.I.6.4
TT.VI.F.4
Angela BONACCORSO - CV
University of Catania
Design of nanonized carbamazepine for nose-to-brain delivery
BONACCORSO Angela 2021
SE.I.6.5
TT.VI.F.5
Ilaria OTTONELLI - CV
University of Modena and Reggio Emilia
Intercellular crosstalk and brain targeted nanomedicines
OTTONELLI Ilaria 2021
 
14:00 - 15:30
Ophtalmic/Topical Delivery

SE.I.7 - TT.VII.D
Co-organized with University of Catanzaro & Sapienza University of Rome
Chairs: Rosario PIGNATELLO, University of Catania & Maria Camilla BERGONZI, University of Florence
SE.I.7.1
TT.VII.D.1
Claudio BUCOLO - CV
University of Catania
Ocular Drug Delivery: the Pharmacologist Perspective
BUCOLO Claudio 2021
SE.I.7.2
TT.VII.D.2
Brunella GRASSIRI
University of Pisa
Thiolated hydroxypropyl- β-cyclodextrin as a promising mucoadhesive tool to prolong poorly soluble drugs ocular residence time
GRASSIRI Brunella 2021
SE.I.7.3
TT.VII.D.3
Giuseppe Francesco RACANIELLO - CV
University of Bari
Chitosan/SBE-β-CD NPs with external coating of thiolated hyaluronic acid for ophthalmic delivery of Indomethacin
RACANIELLO  Giuseppe Francesco 2021
SE.I.7.4
TT.VII.D.4
Federica DE GAETANO - CV
University of Messina
Biodegradable nanospheres containing Sulfobutyl-ether-β-cyclodextrin for levofloxacin ocular delivery 
DE GAETANO Federica 2021
SE.I.7.5
TT.VII.D.5
Alessia ROMEO - CV
University of Catania
Topical administration of melatonin-loaded lipid-polymer hybrid nanoparticles for posterior segment eye diseases
ROMEO Alessia 2021
   
16:00 - 17:30
Regenerative Medicine

SE.I.8 - TT.VIII.D
Co-organized with University of Catanzaro & Sapienza University of Rome
Chairs: Giovanni TOSI, University of Modena and Reggio Emilia & Angela BONACCORSO, University of Catania
SE.I.8.1
TT.VIII.D.1
Laura CALZA' - CV
University of Bologna
Neurodegeneration: moving from technology to application note
CALZA Laura 2021
SE.I.8.2
TT.VIII.D.2
Luca LORENZINI - CV
University of Bologna
Nanoformulation and multitarget therapy for early spinal cord injury
LORENZINI Luca 2021
SE.I.8.3
TT.VIII.D.3
Margherita MONTANARI
ISTEC - CNR
Bioprinting of Biomimetic Nano-Hydroxyapatite Functionalized Bioinks for Bone Tissue Engineering
MONTANARI Margherita 2021
SE.I.8.4
TT.VIII.D.4
Mattia TIBONI - CV
University of Urbino
Could microfluidics become accessible and revolutionize the manufacturing of nanomedicines?
TIBONI Mattia 2021
 
  September 24
09:00 - 10:30
Nanomaterials: manufacturing, characterizations and applications - Part 1

SE.I.9 - TT.IX.A
Co-organized with University of Catanzaro & Sapienza University of Rome
Chairs: Marta FEROCI & Leonardo MATTIELLO, Sapienza University of Rome
SE.I.9.1
TT.IX.A.1
Pierfrancesco ATANASIO
Sapienza University of Rome
Preparation of Carbon/Silicon Hybrid Nanostructured Anodes for Lithium ion Batteries by CVD and Liquid Phase Deposition
!UOMO
SE.I.9.2
TT.IX.A.2
Serena DE SANTIS - CV
University of Roma Tre
Nanoindentation protocol to characterize surface free energy of micro and nano-structured titanium
DE SANTIS Serena 2021
SE.I.9.3
TT.IX.A.3
Anastasia FORNARI - CV
Sapienza University of Rome
Nanocellulose as bio-inspired consolidant for degraded wood
FORNARI Anastasia 2021
SE.I.9.4
TT.IX.A.4
Federica MITRI - CV
University of Roma Tre
Quantum Dots-based sensors for Explosive Detection
MITRI Federica 2021
   
   11:30 - 13:00
Nanomaterials: manufacturing, characterizations and applications - Part 2

SE.I.10 - TT.X.A
Co-organized with University of Catanzaro & Sapienza University of Rome
Chairs: Marta FEROCI & Leonardo MATTIELLO, Sapienza University of Rome
SE.I.10.1
TT.X.A.1
Fabiana PANDOLFI - CV
University of Tuscia
Chitosan-based nanocapsules to prevent marine biofouling
PANDOLFI Fabiana 2021
SE.I.10.2
TT.X.A.2
Daniele ROCCO - CV
Sapienza University of Rome
Synthesis and Characterization of New Plastic Scintillators for Fast Timing Detectors
ROCCO Daniele 2021
SE.I.10.3
TT.X.A.3
Vincenzo SCARANO - CV
Sapienza University of Rome
Oligothiophenes: electrochemically obtained smart materials
SCARANO Vincenzo 2021
SE.I.10.4
TT.X.A.4
Simone SOTGIU - CV
Sapienza University of Rome
Raman Scattering at Infrared Energies of Extremely Thin Semiconductors
SOTGIU Simone 2021
SE.I.10.5
TT.X.A.5
Andrea GALLO
Polytechnic of Turin
Laboratory approach for the 3D visualization of the generation of an in-situ reactive zone for aquifer remediation
!UOMO
   
   14:00 - 15:30
Nanomaterials: manufacturing, characterizations and applications - Part 3

SE.I.11 - TT.XI.A
Co-organized with University of Catanzaro & Sapienza University of Rome
Chairs: Marta FEROCI & Leonardo MATTIELLO, Sapienza University of Rome
SE.I.11.1
TT.XI.A.1
Antonio FERRARO - CV
University of Calabria
Hyper resolution in two-photon direct laser writing towards additive manufacturing nanostructures
FERRARO Antonio 2021
SE.I.11.2
TT.XI.A.2
Elisabetta SALERNO - CV
University of Modena & Reggio Emilia
The role of substrate surface finishing in determining the tribological properties of DLC coatings on additive manufactured AlSi10Mg components
SALERNO Elisabetta 2021
SE.I.11.3
TT.XI.A.3
Maria D'ANTUONO
University of Naples, Federico II
Nanopatterning of oxide heterostructures using cold ion milling
!DONNA
SE.I.11.4
TT.XI.A.4
Rosalia FERRARO
University of Naples, Federico II
Phase behavior of Surfactant-Water systems by time-lapse polarized light microscopy
FERRARO Rosalia 2021
SE.I.11.5
TT.XI.A.5
Francesca RUSSO
CNR-ITM
Valerolactone (GVL) as a green polar aprotic solvent for polyvinylidene fluoride (PVDF) membranes preparation
!DONNA
 
16:00 - 17:30
Innovation through nanomaterials

SE.I.12 - TT.XII.A
Co-organized with University of Catanzaro & Sapienza University of Rome
Chairs: Marta FEROCI & Leonardo MATTIELLO, Sapienza University of Rome
SE.I.12.1
TT.XII.A.1
Marco FORTUNATO
Sapienza University of Rome
Phase Inversion in PVDF Films with Enhanced Piezoresponse Through Spin-Coating and Quenching
!UOMO
SE.I.12.2
TT.XII.A.2
Sara CERRA - CV
Sapienza University of Rome
Functionalized gold nanoparticles in colorimetric and chemoresistive sensors: synthesis, sensing mechanism and interface properties
!DONNA
SE.I.12.3
TT.XII.A.3
Ludovico MUSENICH - CV
University of Genova
Diatom nanostructured frustule: new insights for the design of novel biomimetic materials
MUSENICH Ludovico
SE.I.12.4
TT.XII.A.4
Monica GRANETTO
Polytechnic of Turin
An eco-compatible nanoformulation for the reduction of pesticide environmental impacts
!DONNA
 

 
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