"The study of nervous system
is one of the frontiers of future medicine"
Cesare Montecucco, ISAC
"We aim to identify
the classes of molecules
produced by cancer cells"
Andrea Lunardi, CDA
very often arise from basic science"
Carlo Sala, CDA
"The Foundation serves as an
important link between top scientists
at Harvard and throughout Italy"
Elisabetta Vitali, Director of Italian Programs
"Science is now a result of teamwork"
Claudia Lodovichi, CDA
"The European scientists should create
new networks to work together"
Eelco Van Anken, CDA
"Structural biology tries to understand
the structure and the shape of molecules"
Federico Forneris, CDA
"My basic research is aimed
at understanding how to get
good stem cells"
Graziano Martello, CDA
"Our goal is to benefit humankind
by supporting leading basic science research
in Italy and in the U.S."
Lisa Mayer, Executive Director
"We need experimental research
together with theory"
Manuela Baccarini, ISAC
"Thanks to the Armenise-Harvard Foundation,
I could carry on independent research"
Marie-Laure Baudet, CDA
"The Foundation enables the startup
of cutting-edge basic science laboratories
able to compete internationally"
Marino Zerial, ISAC Chairman
"Seeing is believing
is my research motto"
Matteo Iannacone, CDA
"I moved with the plan of coming back
and bringing the acquired skills
back to our country"
Nico Mitro, CDA
"We study plants
as a complementary approach
to animal stem cell research"
Sabrina Sabatini, CDA
"We address basic biology questions
with a highly technological approach"
Tiziana Bonaldi, CDA
"Without DNA repair, life on earth
as we know it would not exist"
Vincenzo Costanzo, CDA
“Through their research, GAHF scientists
are in search of knowledge and truth”
Ellen Levine, Senior Administrative Coordinator
“The Career Development Award gives me the freedom
to ask risky scientific questions and this is the only
known path to the discovery of the unknown”
Giuliano Iurilli, CDA
“Promoting curiosity-driven science
will have a lasting impact”
Wade Harper, SAB
“Thanks to the Armenise-Harvard Foundation,
I came back to Italy in 2016 and I have been studying
Neuro-Oncology using in vivo and human
Organoid-based cancer models”
Luca Tiberi, CDA
“Our lab strives to decipher how cells communicate,
which has implications for understanding embryonic
development and many human diseases”
Adrian Salic, JFG
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