Dr. Matteo Sensi, post-doctoral fellow in the LEO group, has been awarded with the post-doctoral fellowship from “Fondazione Umberto Veronesi”. At LEO he will develop a biosensor for the detection of transcriptional factors involved in lung and breast cancer progression.
We welcome Dr. Pierpaolo Greco that joined LEO team as post-doc fellow. Dr. Greco worked for Scriba Nanotechnologies and he has more then 10 years experience in design, fabrication and integration of devices and microfluidics patterns, simulations, non conventional lithography
Today Nicholas Bolsi successfully obtained his bachelor’s degree in Biotechnology after the defense of his thesis entitled: ” Metodi elettrochimici per la rilevazione di Interleuchina-6″. We wish you the best for your future!
Congratulations to Sonia Cerchio and Giulio Migatti for the successful discussion of their bachelor thesis in Biotechnology! We wish you all the best for your future.
We congratulate with Martina Giordani for succesfully defending her Neuroscience PhD thesis entitled: “Neuromorphic Organic Sensors for Neurotransmitters” . The commission decided to attributed her also the “cum laude” for the outstanding work performed at LEO lab.
We are glad to announce that Francesco Borsari successfully defended his Master’s Thesis in Industrial Biotechnology with maximum mark. His thesis internship in LEO lab was focused on the use of engineered bacteriophages in Organic Electronics platforms. Congratulations and best wishes
We are glad to announce that Marina Galliani successfully defended her Master’s Thesis in Industrial Biotechnology. She obtained the maximum mark cum laude. Her thesis internship in LEO lab was focused on Organic Electrochemical Transistors (OECTs) biosensors. Congratulations and best
We are proud to announce that Benedetta Leoni, Fabrizio Re and Luca Tassi successfully defended their bachelor’s thesis and are now graduated in Biotechnology. Congratulations and best wishes for your future!
Kateryna Solodka is now PhD student at UNIMORE, under the supervision of Prof. Marcello Pinti, in the BORGES project framework. Her research will be carried out also in LEO lab and it is focused on the investigation of biosensors based
We welcome Pamela Allison Manco Urbina , new PhD student within the framework of Project BORGES, to LEO lab at UNIMORE. Pamela was born in 1992 in Lima, Peru. She obtained her B. Sc. Biochemistry and molecular biology at the