This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Sklodowska-Curie grant agreement No 764977.

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Maurizio Gulino

PhD Student

I am a Ph.D. student working at INEB, a big research institute in Porto (Portugal). I completed my master’s degree in biotechnologies in Italy, working on the synthesis of neuroprotective drugs and their characterization using mouse models. I started working here in May 2018, after finishing an Erasmus+ traineeship experience in the University of Braga (Portugal). My work at INEB is focused on study of the foreign body response of the brain tissue to implantable microelectrodes. I will investigate the process of corrosion in the biological environment and the key mechanisms at the core of the neuroinflammation in response to the microelectrode materials.

I am enthusiastic to participate in this project: it is a great opportunity for my future career and for the possibility to pursue the neuroscience field in the context of material sciences.

CV

Career Details

PhD student in Biomedical Engineering at INEB-National Institute of Biomedical Engineering, University of Porto, Portugal

May 2018-Present

Working on the long-term assessment of neural tissue response to implantable microelectrodes.

Master of Science in Pharmaceutical Biotechnology

October 2013-March 2016

Master thesis in collaboration with the University of Genova (Italy). Research activities concerning the synthesis of neuroprotective drugs for the therapy of creatine deficiency syndromes

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