Modulation of the Wnt signalling in the articular cartilage: Is it all about the dose?
Start dateJune 2019
End dateJune 2022
- To determine which receptors and/or microRNAs module the activation of multiple branches of the WNT signalling.
- To investigate the role of miR-5 4 4a in the maintenance of the homeostasis of the articular cartilage.
Dr Giovanna Nalesso
Senior Lecturer in Musculoskeletal Biology, Director of Research, School of Veterinary Medicine
I have a degree in Pharmaceutical Biotechnology acquired at the University of Padova (Italy) in 2006. I moved to the UK in the same year to work for Glaxo Smith Kline until September 2007 when I then started my PhD at Queen Mary University of London, which was focussed on the characterization of the Wnt signalling pathway in the articular cartilage and osteoarthritis. I joined the University of Surrey in 2017 as lecturer in Musculoskeletal Biology at the School of Veterinary Medicine.
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