Giulia Nucci received her Master's Degree in Biomedical Engineering in 2018, curricula biomechanics and biomaterials, from Politecnico di Milano, Italy. She has been a PhD student in Dr. Teresa Pellegrino's group at iIT since 2019. At IIT, she explores magnetic nanoparticles as a therapeutic tool against glioblastoma multiforme in in vitro and pre-clinical studies. Main activities focus on magnetic hyperthermia, immunotherapy and radiotherapy.
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Nucci G., Pellegrino T.
Combining Magnetic Hyperthermia with immunotherapy: an emerging strategy against cancer
ENII Summer School
Nucci G.E.P., Pellegrino T.
Magnetic hyperthermia as a combinatorial tool to develop new therapies against cancer.
Scientific and Clinical Applications of Magnetic Carriers
Serio F., Silvestri N., Kumar Avugadda S., Nucci G.E.P., Nitti S., Onesto V., Catalano F., D'Amone E., Gigli G., del Mercato L.L., Pellegrino T.
Co-loading of doxorubicin and iron oxide nanocubes in polycaprolactone fibers for combining Magneto-Thermal and chemotherapeutic effects on cancer cells
Journal of Colloid and Interface Science, vol. 607, pp. 34-44
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Teresa Pellegrino Senior Researcher Tenured - Principal Investigator Nanomaterials for Biomedical Applications