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Michele Giugliano

Hoogleraar (Research Mandate)

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Over Michele Giugliano

 I am Professor with tenure (ZAP-BOF research mandate, Hoogleraar) and Principal Investigator at the University of Antwerp. I also retain a visiting academic appointment at the Department of Computer Science of the University of Sheffield (UK) (here), and an external collaboration appointment at the Brain Mind Institute of the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology of Lausanne (Switzerland) (here). My academic ResearchID and ORCID profiles are publicly accessible. My full CV is available for download here.

Our recent PLoS Biology paper has been featured on Nature Podcast!

For more information on my research interests, activities, teaching, funding, publications, and dissemination efforts, click on "More Information".

NEWS: Congratulations to Rocco Pulizzi and Anastasiya Moskalyuk for their coauthorship of a paper accepted in Nature and of a paper accepted in Cell Reports!! 

Statuut & functies

Zelfstandig academ.pers. BOF
  • hoogleraar

Publicaties in de kijker

Moroni Mirko, Biró István, Giugliano Michele, Vijayan Ranjit, Biggin Philip C., Beato Marco, Sivilotti Lucia G.. Chloride ions in the pore of glycine and GABA channels shape the time course and voltage dependence of agonist currents
The journal of neuroscience-issn 0270-6474-31(2011),p. 14095-14106
Testa-Silva Guilherme, Loebel Alex, Giugliano Michele, de Kock Christiaan P.J., Mansvelder Huibert D., Meredith Rhiannon M.. Hyperconnectivity and slow synapses during early development of medial prefrontal cortex in a mouse model for mental retardation and autism
Cerebral cortex-issn 1047-3211-22(2012),p. 1333-1342
Gambazzi Luca, Gokce Ozgun, Seredenina Tamara, Katsyuba Elena, Runne Heike, Markram Henry, Giugliano Michele, Luthi-Carter Ruth. Diminished activity-dependent brain-derived neurotrophic factor expression underlies cortical neuron microcircuit hypoconnectivity resulting from exposure to mutant Huntingtin fragments
The journal of pharmacology and experimental therapeutics-issn 0022-3565-335(2010),p. 13-22
Arsiero Maura, Lüscher Hans-Rudolf, Lundstrom Brian Nils, Giugliano Michele. The impact of input fluctuations on the frequency-current relationships of layer 5 pyramidal neurons in the rat medial prefrontal cortex
The journal of neuroscience-issn 0270-6474-27(2007),p. 3274-3284
Cellot Giada, Cilia Emanuele, Cipollone Sara, Rancic Vladimir, Sucapane Antonella, Giordani Silvia, Gambazzi Luca, Markram Henry, Grandolfo Micaela, Scaini Denis, Gelain Fabrizio, Casalis Loredana, Prato Maurizio, Giugliano Michele, Ballerini Laura. Carbon nanotubes might improve neuronal performance by favouring electrical shortcuts
Nature nanotechnology--4(2009),p. 126-133
Giugliano Michele, Prato Maurizio, Ballerini Laura. Nanomaterial/neuronal hybrid system for functional recovery of the CNS
Drug discovery today: disease models-issn 1740-6757-5(2008),p. 37-43
Linaro Daniele, Couto João, Giugliano Michele. Command-line cellular electrophysiology for conventional and real-time closed-loop experiments
Journal of neuroscience methods-issn 0165-0270-230(2014),p. 5-19
Köndgen Harold, Geisler Caroline, Fusi Stefano, Wang Xiao-Jing, Lüscher Hans-Rudolf, Giugliano Michele. The dynamical response properties of neocortical neurons to temporally modulated noisy inputs in vitro
Cerebral cortex-issn 1047-3211-18(2008),p. 2086-2097
Linaro D., Storace M., Giugliano Michele. Accurate and fast simulation of channel noise in conductance-based model neurons by diffusion approximation
PLoS computational biology-issn 1553-734X-7(2011),p. e1001102,1-e1001102,17
Espuny-Camacho Ira, Michelsen Kimmo A., Gall David, Giugliano Michele, et al. . Pyramidal neurons derived from human pluripotent stem cells integrate efficiently into mouse brain circuits in vivo
Neuron-issn 0896-6273-77(2013),p. 440-456
Vasilaki Eleni, Giugliano Michele. Emergence of connectivity motifs in networks of model neurons with short- and long-term plastic synapses
PLoS ONE-issn 1932-6203-9(2014),p. 1-17


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