Carmela Matrone

Associate professor

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Carmela Matrone

Associate professor

  • Department of Biomedicine - Forskning og uddannelse, Øst
Postal address:
Bartholins Allé 6
1242, 331
8000
Aarhus C
Denmark

Email: matrone@biomed.au.dk

Phone: +4587167252

CURRENT POSITION:
Associate Professor at Dept of Biomedicine, Aarhus University (from April 22, 2014).

COURSES AND DEGREES
1998 Degree in Chemical and Pharmacological Technologies, University of Naples Federico II, Italy
1999 Authorization for independent practice of Pharmacist.
2004 PhD in Neuroscience Dept of Neuroscience, School of Medicine, University of Naples Federico II, Italy
2005 Medical Pharmacology Specialization (4 years) School of Medicine, University of Naples Federico II, Italy

POSTDOCTORAL APPOINTMENTS
2005-12 Junior Postdoctoral scientist at NGF Nobel Prize lab of prof RL Montalcini (EBRI, Rome, IT).
2012-14 Senior Postdoctoral scientist. Aarhus University, Dept of Biomedicine (Ass Prof M.S. Nielsen group).

INTERNATIONAL VISITING RESEARCH FELLOWSHIPS
2009 Invited Visiting Scientist. New York University, (Prof M.V. Chao lab).
2010 EMBO Short term fellow. Albert Einstein College of Medicine, NYC, USA. (Prof L. D'Adamio lab)

MATERNITY LEAVES
2005-2006 (1 year)
2000 (6 months)
1999 (3 months)

SELECTED ACADEMIC HONOURS AND AWARDS
Travel Fellowship and Allowance, Alzheimer Association International Conference (AAIC13), Boston, 13-18 July 2013.
Short Term Mobility (STM) award from Italy’s National Council of Research (National Research Council (CNR; STM-CNR-2011).
EMBO short-term Fellowship (ASTF 264-2010).
Marie Curie International Outgoing Fellowship (IOF) FP7-People-2009 program (proposal n.25316), ELIGIBLE.
Fellowship towards travel and living expenses to Molecular Mechanisms of Neurodegeneration Conference (Milan, 2008).

INVITED SPEAKER AT INTERNATIONAL SCIENTIFIC CONGRESSES IN THE LAST 5 YEARS
Dementia, London, Sept 2016 (ongoing)
Symposium on Advances in Alzheimer therapy, Athens, March 2016 (ongoing)
International Alzheimer Conference, London, June 2015.
International AD/PD Conference, Nice, March 2015
Dementia Conference, Valencia, Sept 2014.
Alzheimer’s Association International Conference (AAIC), Boston, July 2013.
University of Luxemburg, July 2013.
Skirball Institute Meeting, NYU, Sept 2010.
NGF Conference, Israel, June 2010.

MEMBERSHIP OF SCIENTIFIC ORGANIZATION:
Danish Society for Neuroscience,
International Society of Neuroscience,
International Society of Dementia,
International Society of Alzheimer's Disease.

SCIENTIFIC COLLABORATIONS OUTSIDE AARHUS UNIVERSITY
Chao MV. Skirball Institute (NYU, USA)
D’Adamio L. A Einstein Medical College (NYC, USA)
Calissano P. European Brain Research Institute (Rome, IT)
Canu N. University of Tor Vergata, RM, IT
Luvisetto S. National Research Council, CNR, Institute of Cell Biology and Neurobiology (Rome, IT)
Sutachan J. Columbia University (NYC, USA)
Perrone L. Auvergne University (Clermont-Ferrand, France)
Taglialatela G. University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston (TX, USA)
Kaye J and Laufer R. TEVA (Israel)
Butowt R. Copernicus University (Poland)
Shi Y. Axol Bioscience (Cambridge, UK)
Särkämö Teppo Tapio. (University of Helsinki),
Ponomoreva Natalya. (University of Moscow),
Brattico Elvira. (Dept of Clinical Medicine AU and University of Helsinki)
Prof Lindholm. Per (Neuropsychiatry dept, Risskov Hospital)

EVALUATOR OF RESEARCH APPLICATIONS AT INTERNATIONAL LEVEL
Alzheimer's Association Grants (USA)
MIUR (Italian Ministry of Education and Research, IT)
Telethon/TIGEM (Dulbecco Telethon Institute)
SSN (Ministry of Health, IT)

MEMBER OF EDITORIAL BOARD
Journal of Aging Research
Frontiers in Pharmacology

TEACHING AND SUPERVISORY EXPERIENCE
More than 10 years of teaching in Pharmacology and Neuroscience
Course leader at Aarhus University: Pharmacology for Molecular Medicine students 2014-2015
More than 10 years as supervisor of pre-graduate students, Erasmus student and PhD student.