Annalisa Radeghieri (PhD) is Assistant Professor at the Department of Molecular and Translational Medicine, Section of Biotechnology, University of Brescia (Brescia, Italy). She is member of the Physical and Clinical Chemistry lab, headed by Prof. Paolo Bergese, where she supervises the biochemistry and molecular biology unit.
She has been interested in years in subcellular and extracellular trafficking of proteins focusing on Immunoglobulin Free light chains induced diseases as Multiple Myeloma and more recently on liver cancer, stem cells and diagnostic potential of extracellular vesicles. She is also interested in nucleo-cytoplasmic trafficking of proteins. She has a consolidated experience in biochemistry, microbiology, cell biology, molecular biology, confocal microscopy and other basic techniques to study intracellular trafficking. Annalisa has been granted by the Italian Ministry of Education, University and Research and by University of Brescia. She was appointed of the Marco Polo Fellowship from University of Bologna, and she received a Grant by The Biochemical Society. She is a member of the Biochemical Society, of the International society of Extracellular vesicles and of Research Center for Colloids and Nanoscience.
She has tutored several BS and MS students as well as PhD and post-doc students. She has been a member of the board of the PhD course in Cellular and Molecular Biotechnology applied to Biomedical Field of the University of Brescia.
She is appointed of the courses of Specialized Clinical Biochemistry (MSc in Medical Biotechnology), Clinical Biochemistry applied to sport activities (BSc in Motor sciences), Clinical Biochemistry (BSc in Technical of Biomedical Laboratory) and Clinical Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (BSc in Electronic Engineering). She is also appointed of the course of Clinical Biochemistry in the School of Specialization of Biochemistry and Clinical Chemistry.
She is co-author of 26 papers (24 published, 2 in preparation) on peer-reviewed international journals and conference proceedings.
Extracellular Vesicles; Protein Nucleo-Cytoplasmic Trafficking; Protein Intracellular Trafficking; Clinical Biochemistry and Clinical Molecular Biology.