The BioSNS Lab
The scientific focus of research at BioSNS is the study of the brain, investigating aspects of brain function and mechanisms during development, in the adult and in ageing.
The research at the SNS Laboratory of Biology (BioSNS follows two main directions: the main scientific focus is on Neurobiology and Neurosciences (which remain an area of great strength and tradition at SNS), and the continuity with the past strong research record in visual neurosciences, is complemented and integrated by new scientific programs investigating the molecular and cellular basis of neural development and stem cell biology, neurodegeneration and ageing.
Titolo/highlights: “Il DNA ti incatena, la cromatina ti libera” La biologia molecolare del cancro non […]
It’s time to start with the open Journal Club of the Experimental Design course. Each […]
Today, after his seminar, Professor Paul Heppenstall has been interviewed by two of our PhD […]
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Does inhibition of mitochondria improve longevity? / Ridurre la respirazione cellulare favorisce la longevità?Posted on 25 February 2016
Pisa, February 24, 2016 It’s well known that genetic differences among individuals influence lifespan, but […]
We are pleased to consider motivated applicants for the SNS PhD Neurosciences Program. General Information […]
Sequenced the shortest life vertabrate genome / Mappato il genoma del vertebrato dalla vita più brevePosted on 7 December 2015
THE GENOME OF THE SHORTEST LIFE VERTABRATE REVEALES NEW ASPECTS OF THE GENETIC CONTROL OF […]
Laura Pancrazi and Mario Costa, post-doc and associate PI at Bio@SNS respectively, together with Giovanna […]