Ilaria Colombi graduated in Biomedical Engineering at the University of Genova (Italy) in September 2012, with a thesis about Effects of antiepileptic drugs on hippocampal neurons coupled to micro-electrode arrays.
In March 2015, she got the Master Degree in Bioengineering (110/110, with worthiness of publication), at the University of Genova, with a thesis about circadian rhythm monitoring and manipulation in neural assemblies.
She started her PhD in November 2015 at the Italian Institute of Technology.
Rewiring Brain Units: bridging the gap of neuronal communication by means of intelligent hybrid systems – ReBUs, European Commission ‘H2020-MSCA-IF-2014’.Total grant: 180’277.00€ (2016-2018).
March 2015: Worthiness of publication of Master thesis work. Title:circadian rhythm monitoring and manipulation in neural assemblies
July 2015: INCF Travel Grant