Curriculum Vitae

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Dr. Piccoli graduated in Biological Sciences at the University of Padua in 2004 developing a cellular and molecular study in the Pediatric Dept. laboratory. In 2009, Dr. Piccoli completed a postgraduate degree in Clinical Pathology working on a project focused on the study of amniotic fluid stem cell, their phenotypical characterization and in vivo use in different mouse models before completing her PhD period in 2013 in the same field and the study was developed with cellular and biomolecular techniques. Dr. Piccoli has a broad background in biological science and clinical pathology, with specific training and expertise in development and pediatric research. Her research includes fetal and adult stem cells characterization and production of biological scaffolds for tissue engineering purposes. During her post-graduate training, Dr. Piccoli laid the groundwork for the current research by developing technical skills in tissue engineering field: in particular, in decellularization methods to produce natural bioscaffolds and cell culture techniques to regenerate in vitro tissue-like structures. In addition, she successfully contributed in the achievement of specific tasks in several projects, taking part also at the management side (e.g. staffing, research protections, budget); several peer-reviewed publications from each project have been produced.


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