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Caterina Montani graduated with a degree in Pharmaceutical Biotechnology from the University of Florence, and she received her Ph.D. in Neuroscience from the University of Milan. During her Ph.D., she characterized molecular mechanisms by which alterations of target genes can contribute to ASD-related phenotype. As a postdoctoral fellow at University of Trento, she focused on in vitro Electrophysiology and in vivo study of neurotransmitter release with fluorescent sensor. Since February 2019, she is part of the Functional Neuroimaging as a postdoctoral fellow. Her Research focuses on neural circuitry recruited by oxytocin release.
Pagani M., De Felice A., Montani C., Galbusera A., Papaleo F., Gozzi A.
Acute and Repeated Intranasal Oxytocin Differentially Modulate Brain-wide Functional Connectivity
Neuroscience, vol. 445, pp. 83-94
Montani C., Canella C., Schwarz A.J., Li J., Gilmour G., Galbusera A., Wafford K., Gutierrez-Barragan D., McCarthy A., Shaw D., Knitowski K., McKinzie D., Gozzi A., Felder C.
The M1/M4 preferring muscarinic agonist xanomeline modulates functional connectivity and NMDAR antagonist-induced changes in the mouse brain
Pagani M., De Felice A., Montani C., Galbusera A., Papaleo F., Alessandro A.
Acute and repeated intranasal oxytocin differentially modulate brain-wide functional connectivity
Marte A., Russo I., Rebosio C., Valente P., Belluzzi E., Pischedda F., Montani C., Lavarello C., Petretto A., Fedele E., Baldelli P., Benfenati F., Piccoli G., Greggio E., Onofri F.
Leucine-rich repeat kinase 2 phosphorylation on synapsin I regulates glutamate release at pre-synaptic sites
Journal of Neurochemistry, vol. 150, (no. 3), pp. 264-281
Montani C., Gritti L., Beretta S., Verpelli C., Sala C.
The Synaptic and Neuronal Functions of the X-Linked Intellectual Disability Protein Interleukin-1 Receptor Accessory Protein Like 1 (IL1RAPL1)
Developmental Neurobiology, vol. 79, (no. 1), pp. 85-95
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