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Michela Rosini

Associate Professor

Department of Pharmacy and Biotechnology

Academic discipline: CHIM/08 Pharmaceutical Chemistry

Curriculum vitae


2001    University of Bologna , Italy , Ph.D. in Pharmaceutical Sciences in the frame of the European Project BIOMED2 entitled â€Structure, function and molecular pharmacology of neurotransmitter receptors- Polyamines as key tools and potent neuroprotectantsâ€.

1997    University of Bologna, Italy, Laurea cum laude in Pharmaceutical Chemistry and Technology.

Current And Previous Positions

2014-present    Associate Professor of Medicinal Chemistry (CHIM/08), University of Bologna, Department of Pharmacy and Biotecnology

2005-2014   Assistant Professor ("Ricercatore") of Medicinal Chemistry (Chim08), University of Bologna , Faculty of Pharmacy, Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences

2001-2004      Postdoc researcher, University of Bologna

1997-2001       Ph. D. student, University of Bologna, spending a period at the Royal Danish School of Pharmacy of Copenhagen

Teaching Responsibilities:

2015/16-present: Analysis of medicines I (lab-based course)

2014/2015: Chemical toxicological analysis II; Analysis of medicines I (part II)

2013/14-2014/2015: Medicinal and toxicological chemistry II (part II)

2012/13- present: Lab-based course on extraction and synthetic preparation of drugs

2008/09-2011/12 : Drug Analysis II

2007/08: Analysis of Drug Substances I

2006/07: Pharmaceutical Analysis I: Quantitative Analysis

Professional Society Memberships:

Member of the Italian Chemical Society, 1998-present.

Reviewing Activities:

Reviewer for several medicinal chemistry journals, 2005-present.

Reviewer of the Alzheimer's Association grant program, 2008-present.

Service Activities (2006-present):

Secretariat of the Course of Study of Pharmacy, University of Bologna (2006-2009)

Responsible for the monitoring of teaching activities (Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Bologna, 2006-2009)

Research interests:

Design and synthesis of small molecules as probes for the investigation of biological processes or as drug candidates for neurodegenerative diseases and cancer. This activity has resulted in the publication of more than 75 original papers and 2 international patent.