Bridging the gap of neuronal communication by means of intelligent hybrid systems
@ NINE Lab – IIT, Italy
I am a Biomedical Engineer and I am currently a Ph.D. student in Neuroscience & Neurotechnologies.
I graduated in Biomedical Engineering at the University of Genova, Italy in 2012, with a Thesis titled Effects of antiepileptic drugs on hippocampal neurons coupled to micro-electrode arrays.
In 2015, I obtained the Master Degree in Bioengineering at the University of Genova, Italy (110/110, with worthiness of publication), with a Thesis titled Circadian rhythm monitoring and manipulation in neural assemblies.
Since November 2015 I am Ph.D. student in Neuroscience & Neurotechnologies at the Italian Institute of Technology, Department of Neuroscience and Brain Technologies.
Colombi I, Tinarelli F, Pasquale V, Tucci V and Chiappalone M. A Simplified In vitro Experimental Model Encompasses the Essential Features of SleepFront Neurosci: 00315, 2016. doi
Colombi I, Tinarelli F, Pasquale V, Tucci V and Chiappalone M. Circadian rhythm monitoring and manipulation in neural assembliesConference Abstract: MEA Meeting 2016 | 10th International Meeting on Substrate-Integrated Electrode Arrays. Front Neurosci: 00052, 2016. doi
Colombi I., Mahajani S. ,Frega M., Gasparini L. and Chiappalone M. Effect of antiepileptic drugs on hippocampal neurons coupled to Micro-Electrode Arrays. Front Neuroeng 6:10, 2013. doi
Oral Communication - Dissociated in vitro cultures recapitulate the main features of sleep in vivo. GDR 2904 Multielectrode systems for Neuroscience: 6th annual meeting 5-8 Jan 2016, Grenoble-Autrans, France.