Prof. Maria Grazia Romanelli | Translational Medicine Award | Women Researcher Award

Prof. Maria Grazia Romanelli, University of Verona, Italy

Maria Grazia Romanelli is a Full Professor of Experimental Biology at the University of Verona, Italy, where she leads the Laboratory of Applied Biology within the Department of Neurosciences, Biomedicine, and Movement Sciences. With a Master’s degree in Biological Sciences from the University of Ferrara and extensive academic and scientific experience spanning over three decades, Maria Grazia has established herself as a leading expert in cellular biology, gene expression regulation, and virus-host interactions. Her research interests include post-transcriptional gene expression regulation, cell models in cancer and cardiovascular diseases, cell signaling pathways, and virus-host interactions, particularly focusing on human T-cell lymphotropic virus types 1 and 2 (HTLV-1 and HTLV-2), HSV, and HIV. Maria Grazia has authored/co-authored over 90 peer-reviewed publications and has received numerous grants and awards for her outstanding contributions to the field. She is a member of several professional societies and serves as a peer reviewer for prestigious journals in the field of biology and genetics.

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๐Ÿ“š Education:

In 1985, Maria Grazia Romanelli attained her Master’s Degree in Biological Sciences from the esteemed University of Ferrara, marking a significant milestone in her academic journey. This achievement not only demonstrated her dedication and passion for the field but also laid a solid foundation for her future endeavors in biological research and academia. Following closely on the heels of her Master’s degree, Maria

๐Ÿ”ฌ Academic and Scientific Experience:

Maria Grazia Romanelli’s academic and research trajectory has been marked by a series of pivotal roles and collaborations that have shaped her expertise and contributions to the field of biology. Beginning as a Postgraduate Research Fellow at the University of Verona from 1985 to 1987, she delved into the realm of biological sciences, laying the groundwork for her future endeavors. Progressing in her career, she assumed the role of Research Associate at the University of Verona from 1987 to 1990, where she further honed her research skills and made significant contributions to the institution’s scientific endeavors.

๐Ÿ” Research Interests:

Maria Grazia Romanelli’s research interests encompass a broad spectrum of topics within the realm of biology, with a primary focus on understanding fundamental processes underlying human gene expression regulation. Her work delves into the intricate mechanisms governing cellular pathways, particularly those implicated in cancer development and progression. Through her investigations, she seeks to unravel the complexities of cell deregulation in the context of cancer, shedding light on novel therapeutic targets and strategies.

Publication Top Notes:

  1. Exploring the Interplay of RUNX2 and CXCR4 in Melanoma Progression
    Authors: Dalle Carbonare, L., Minoia, A., Vareschi, A., … Guardavaccaro, D., Valenti, M.T.
    Published in: Cells
    Published year: 2024
  2. Sex differences in neuromuscular and biological determinants of isometric maximal force
    Authors: Giuriato, G., Romanelli, M.G., Bartolini, D., … Schena, F., Venturelli, M.
    Published in: Acta Physiologica
    Published year: 2024
  3. Advanced Cellular Models for Rare Disease Study: Exploring Neural, Muscle and Skeletal Organoids
    Authors: Bombieri, C., Corsi, A., Trabetti, E., … Zipeto, D., Romanelli, M.G.
    Published in: International Journal of Molecular Sciences
    Published year: 2024
  4. Modulation of miR-146b Expression during Aging and the Impact of Physical Activity on Its Expression and Chondrogenic Progenitors
    Authors: Dalle Carbonare, L., Minoia, A., Braggio, M., … Romanelli, M.G., Valenti, M.T.
    Published in: International Journal of Molecular Sciences
    Published year: 2023
  5. Crosstalk between Bone and Muscles during Physical Activity
    Authors: Dalle Carbonare, L., Minoia, A., Zouari, S., … Romanelli, M.G., Valenti, M.T.
    Published in: Cells
    Published year: 2023

 

 

 

 

 

 

Prof. Maria Grazia Romanelli | Translational Medicine Award | Women Researcher Award

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