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Project Title: Generation and characterisation of transgenic animal models for in vivo imaging of neuronal cell death pathways


Host Laboratory:
Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland, Department of Neurodegeneration, 123 St. Stephen's Green, Dublin 2, Ireland.

 

Research Interests: Neuroscience

 

Technical Expertise: Small Animal Imaging

Curriculum Vitae

 

Publications:
Articles (2008-2010):

-Altered expression of securin (Pttg1) and serpina3n, in the auditory system of hearing-impaired Tff3 deficient mice (2010) Lubka-Pathak M, Shah A.A., Gallozzi M., Muller M., Zimmermann U., Lowenheim H., Pfister M., Knipper M., Blin N., Shimmang T. Cellular and Molecular Life Sciences in press.

- Spatial and temporal down-regulation of transgene expression using the TRSID silencer in mice: Application to Prnp (2008) Gallozzi M, Béringue V, Decaunes P, Le Dur A, Le Roux K, Tilly G, Le Guillou S, Herzog L, Peyre C, Ladroue A, Chapuis J, Vilotte M, Passet B, Costa J, Chenais N, Le Provost F, Laude H, Vilotte J FEBS Lett 582(15):2219-24 PMID: 18501713

- Prnp knockdown in transgenic mice using RNA interference (2008) Gallozzi M, Chapuis J, Le Provost F, Le Dur A, Morgenthaler C, Peyre C, Daniel-Carlier N, Pailhoux E, Vilotte M, Passet B, Herzog L, Beringue V, Costa J, Tixador P, Tilly G, Laude H, Vilotte JL Transgenic Res 17(5):783-91 PMID: 18350371


Posters
(2008-2010):
- In vivo approaches to downregulate the expression of BDNF in cochlear neurons (2008) Second Foro Ciberned, Valencia

 

Current Status of Fellowship: Micaela completed her fellowship in September 2011. She is continuing her research at the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland.