Daniele Guardavaccaro

DG1,  February 3, 2023
Full Professor
Academic sector
Research sector (ERC)
LS1_11 - Biochemistry and molecular mechanisms of signal transduction

LS4_6 - Cancer and its biological basis

LS3_3 - Cell cycle and division

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Tuesday, Hours 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM,  


Research in our laboratory focuses on studying the molecular mechanisms through which the ubiquitin system controls cell growth and proliferation and understanding how deregulation of this network contributes to human diseases. To that end, we employ an interdisciplinary approach that includes molecular cell biology, biochemistry and proteomics.



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Research groups

Molecular biology of the cell
Study of the molecular mechanisms controlling fundamental cellular processes through an interdisciplinary approach that includes cell biology, biochemistry and proteomics.
Research interests
Topic Description Research area
Molecular biology of the cell Molecular mechanisms of cellular processes Biochemistry & Molecular Biology
Title Starting date
Molecular mechanisms underlying Joubert syndrome 4/1/23
Strategia innovativa per bloccare infezioni da coronavirus mediante specifica degradazione di proteine virali 2/1/22
Role of the Ubiquitin System in Adult Stem Cells 2/15/20


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