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Federica Provini

Assistant professor

Department of Biomedical and Neuromotor Sciences

Academic discipline: MED/26 Neurology

Collaborations

Collaboration with:
Claudio Franceschi
Country:
Italy
Description:
“PROPAGAGEING: The continuum between healthy ageing and idiopathic Parkinson Disease with a propagation perspective of inflammation and damage: the search for new diagnostic, prognostic and therapeutic targets” Horizon 2020. scientific coordinator : Claudio Franceschi. Co-coordinator: Federica Provini. Total grant: 5,993,376 euro
Collaboration with:
Paolo Garagnani DIMES-UNIBO e Centro Interdipartimentale Galvani-CIG, Bologna
Country:
Italy
Description:
“PROPAGAGEING: The continuum between healthy ageing and idiopathic Parkinson Disease with a propagation perspective of inflammation and damage: the search for new diagnostic, prognostic and therapeutic targets” Horizon 2020. scientific coordinator : Claudio Franceschi. Co-coordinator: Federica Provini. Total grant: 5,993,376 euro
Collaboration with:
Prof. Claudia Trenkwalder, Prof. Brit Mollenhauer. Paracelsus-Elena Hospital, Center of Parkinsonism and Movement Disorders, Kassel
Country:
Germany
Description:
The continuum between healthy ageing and idiopathic Parkinson Disease within a propagation perspective of inflammation and damage: the search for new diagnostic, prognostic and therapeutic targets.
Collaboration with:
Prof. Pablo Mir, Servicio Andaluz de Salud, Siviglia
Country:
Spain
Description:
The continuum between healthy ageing and idiopathic Parkinson Disease within a propagation perspective of inflammation and damage: the search for new diagnostic, prognostic and therapeutic targets.
Collaboration with:
Prof. Giulio Marchesini Reggiani Università di Bologna
Country:
Italy
Description:
To identify the prevalence of Restless Legs Syndrome in obese patients investigating how RLS severity varies according to modification in body weight.
Collaboration with:
Prof. Roberto Meliconi IRCCS Istituto Ortopedico Rizzoli
Country:
Italy
Description:
To identify sleep disorders in Chronic Inflammatory Arthropathies.