Check out below some of the most recent press mentions and news about the lab
UNIMIB Grant awarded to the lab
May 15, 2023
Excited to receive funding from the University of Milan-Bicocca to support our projects!
First lab visit @ Human Technopole
May 4, 2023
We were very thrilled to visit Human Technopole and the Testa group for the first time as a lab! Congratulations to HT-Neurogenomics for their amazing labs and facilities! We look forward to many exciting collaborations!
First Lab Xmas party 2022!
Dec 21, 2022
What a terrific year! Merry Xmas to you all and see you in 2023! Veronica, Anna, Chiara and Elisabetta
JRNLclub video features our Cell Stem Cell paper
August, 23 2022
In this video at JRNLclub Veronica explains how Zika and Herpes simplex viruses employ distinct mechanisms to alter brain organoid growth. These findings - obtained during her Postdoctoral work in the Knoblich Laboratory- were published in Cell Stem Cell Journal last year (doi: 10.1016/j.stem.2021.03.004 ). Check out the video below.
Veronica's interview on her choice to come back to Italy
July 28, 2022
An article by Il Giorno tells us about Veronica's career choices, from studying foreign languages in Lecco and Biotechnology at Uni-Bicocca, to a PhD at IEO/UniMilan and Germany followed by a postdoc in Vienna. She is now back to Uni-Bicocca working on a very ambitious project funded by Human Technopole. Check out the original article (Italian only) by clicking the Read more button below.
Anna Cascio joins the lab as postgraduate fellow
June 01, 2022
Welcome to the lab Anna!
Krenn lab and Nicolis lab at BtBs-Bicocca collaborate on grant winning research on rare diseases
May 26, 2022
A collaborative project with the Nicolis lab on the molecular basis of Sox2 syndrome receives funding by Alleanza Fondazione Telethon- Fondazione Cariplo!
Veronica wins the Early Career Fellowship 2021
September 28, 2021
Veronica wins the first call of the Early Career Fellowship Programme promoted by Human Technopole. With this award, she relocated to Milan from Vienna, Austria, where she did her postdoctoral work in the Knoblich laboratory at the Institute of Molecular Biotechnology (IMBA).