Mrs. Annalisa Maggio received a Master in Medical Biotechnology and Molecular Medicine. Initially she studied neuroscience and the effects of motor deprivation on neurogenesis. Moved by a deep translational interest in the immunological synapse formation and immunotherapy in Brain Tumours, she also worked on Chimeric Antigen Receptors targeting a particular antigen specifically expressed on cancer cells in glioma. She is now a Research Assistant driven by curiosity in neuroscience, she would like to contribute to the discovery of new ubiquitin pathways in neurodegeneration using iPSCs as cellular models.
Mrs. Annalisa Maggio research interests include Neuroscience, neurodegeneration, ubiquiting pathways, immunology, stem cells, molecular biology, gene therapy, immunotherapy, biochemistry and much more.