Panichi Veronica, MSc, PhD
Master's Degree in Medical Biotechnology at Alma Mater Studiorum - University of Bologna with a final grade of 110/110 cum laude
Bachelor's degree in Biotechnology at the Alma Mater Studiorum - University of Bologna with a final grade of 105/110.
Doctoral degree in Biomedical and Neuromotor Sciences at the University of Bologna, 25/11/2021.
Since 2020 tutor for the degree Course in Medicine and Surgery of the University of Bologna, Italy.
English language proficiency certification: TOEFL, 107/120 grading corresponding to C1 level.
Excellent use of Office package softwares: Word, Excel, Power Point, Publisher, Front Page. Basic knowledge of imaging programs such as Superplotter, Minicad, Illustrator, Caret, Yorick and data archiving programs. Basic knowledge of programming language in MatLab.
Knowledge of the software "Nutrigeo" (Progeo) for the construction of a personalized food plan.
SSD: BIO/10 BIOCHEMISTRY
BIOCHEMISTRY (C.I.) - BIOCHEMISTRY LABORATORY - [C1A and C2A splitting] - A division of the academic year 2021/2022 for the degree course in MEDICINE AND SURGERY (Canale A-B), University of Bologna, Italy (40h).
BIOCHEMISTRY (C.I.) - BIOCHEMISTRY LABORATORY - [C2C] - [Module A] A division of the academic year 2020/2021 for the degree course in MEDICINE AND SURGERY (Canale B), University of Bologna, Italy (24h).
BIOCHEMISTRY (C.I.) - BIOCHEMISTRY LABORATORY - [C2D and C1E splits] of the Academic Year 2019/2020 for the Degree course in MEDICINE AND SURGERY (Canale A- B), University of Bologna, Italy (36h).
Since February 2022 she has been involved in the project "Role of nutraceutical molecules in the promotion of autophagy and in the contrast of aging, oxidative stress and inflammation in osteoarthritis".
Prizes and awards:
FEBS Bursary Winner- Young Scientist (2022) Awarded by FEBS - Federation of European Biochemical Societies: FEBS bursary grant to participate in the IUBMB-FEBS-PABMB 2022 Congress- the Global Biochemistry Summit, Lisbon, Portugal (9 - 14 July 2022)
FEBS Bursary Winner- Young Scientist (2021) Awarded by FEBS - Federation of European Biochemical Societies: FEBS bursary grant to participate in the 45th FEBS Congress in Ljubljana (3-8 July 2021).
Member of the Italian Society of Biochemistry (SIB).
Biochemical aspects of signal transduction, autophagy, growth, differentiation, apoptosis and senescence of human cells in relation to osteoarthritis (OA). Epigenetic changes in degenerative pathologies, role of microRNAs. Nutritional elements and bioactive components in foods: their role in the prevention of OA. Experimental models: 1) primary cultures of chondrocytes derived from OA patients and chondrocyte-derived cell lines (C28/I2), treated with various pro-inflammatory and anti-inflammatory stimuli.