NanoMedicine International Conference 2019
23 - 25 Oct 2019 | Lisbon Portugal
Dr. Panseri has been trained on different topics in internationally renowned institutes such as University of Milano Bicocca and San Raffaele Scientific Institute (Stem Cell Research Institute) in Italy, Brain Research Institute of the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich (ETH) and University of Zurich, Columbia University (Dep. of Biomedical Engineering, New York). Her research activity has always been characterized by a multi and interdisciplinary approach, at the interfaces between nanotechnology and regenerative medicine. Her interests are focused on novel approaches in tissue engineering and nanomedicine, and she had acquired expertise in 3D stem cell culture with several nanobiomaterials and in vivo regenerative medicine. She was awarded the SIBS award for “Best PhD Thesis of 2009 in Biological Field”.
In 2010 she moved to the Institute of Science and Technology for Ceramics, National Research Council of Italy. She set up the first Cell/Biomaterial Interaction Lab of the Institute that she still manages. In the last years she has been involved as key personnel in several Eu projects (SCREENED - H2020‐SC1‐BHC-27‐2018‐825745. BioTechMA ‐ 2014‐1‐IT02‐KA203‐003482. MAGISTER ‐ NMP3‐LA‐2008‐214685. OPHIS ‐ FP7‐NMP‐2009‐SMALL‐3‐246373. SMILEY ‐ NMP4‐SL‐2012‐310637).
She is co-inventor of 2 patents, she has been trained in BioEntrepreneurship (Advanced short course on BioBusiness - Swiss University in Lugano; Business Planning Bootcamp - EIT RawMaterials, Anacapri), and in 2013 she was awarded “Best Research Ideas” for the Market Competition (Second Prize): “Magnetic Bioactive and Biodegradable Micro‐Nano beads” at MiMe International Conference. Author of more than 60 papers published in international peer‐reviewed journals, 12 book chapters, H‐index 21, co‐editor of the eBook 'Biomimetic approaches for tissue healing'. Guest Editor of several Special Issues in peer‐reviewed journals.