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Mattia Bramini

Group Leader - Ramon y Cajal Researcher
Affiliated Researcher
Neuroscience and Smart Materials
Research center
I got a PhD in Bionano-interactions (2014) from the Centre for BioNano Interactions (CBNI), School of Chemistry and Chemical Biology, University College Dublin (Ireland).In my Phd, I have been focused in understanding the behaviour of nanoparticles in biological conditions (in particular the translocation through a human in vitro model of blood-brain barrier), by applying advanced light and fluorescence microscopy, cellular and molecular biology approaches. In April 2014 I joined the Italian Institute of Technology (IIT) in the group of Prof. Fabio Benfenati as a post-doc within the European Graphene Flaghship project working on smart material applications in neuroscience. In November 2019 I joined the University of Granada, Faculty of Science (Department of Applied Physics) as a Marie Curie-MSCA COFUND Athenea3i Fellow. Starting on May 1, 2021, I lead a research group as a Ramon y Cajal Researcher, working on the development of new nanomedicine techniques for neuronal regeneration.

Title: PhD in BioNano-Interactions
Institute: University College Dublin - UCD
Location: Dublin
Country: Ireland
From: 2010 To: 2014

All Publications
Moschetta M., Chiacchiaretta M., Cesca F., Roy I., Athanassiou A., Benfenati F., Papadopoulou E.L., Bramini M.
Graphene Nanoplatelets Render Poly(3-Hydroxybutyrate) a Suitable Scaffold to Promote Neuronal Network Development
Frontiers in Neuroscience, vol. 15
Moschetta M., Lee J.-Y., Rodrigues J., Podesta A., Varvicchio O., Son J., Lee Y., Kim K., Lee G.-H., Benfenati F., Bramini M., Capasso A.
Hydrogenated Graphene Improves Neuronal Network Maturation and Excitatory Transmission
Advanced Biology, vol. 5, (no. 1)
Liessi N., Maragliano L., Castagnola V., Bramini M., Benfenati F., Armirotti A.
Isobaric Labeling Proteomics Allows a High-Throughput Investigation of Protein Corona Orientation
Analytical Chemistry, vol. 93, (no. 2), pp. 784-791
Munteanu R.-E., Moreno P.S., Bramini M., Gaspar S.
2D materials in electrochemical sensors for in vitro or in vivo use
Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry
Candotto Carniel F., Fortuna L., Nepi M., Cai G., Del Casino C., Adami G., Bramini M., Bosi S., Flahaut E., Martin C., Vazquez E., Prato M., Tretiach M.
Beyond graphene oxide acidity: Novel insights into graphene related materials effects on the sexual reproduction of seed plants
Journal of Hazardous Materials, vol. 393