AMIMAR of vessels:
A MIcro and MAcroscopic Radiological-assessment of bioengineered vascular systems.
The AMIMAR project is focused on the radiological analyses of different types of bioengineered samples belonging to small and large animal models using different techniques such as MicroCT, Computed Tomography and Magnetic Resonance. Subsequent sets of radiological investigations providing an accurate microscopic as well as macroscopic assessment of the vascular system of different anatomical areas will be performed. The results of these analyses will provide crucial information about the vascularization of bioengineered samples and the viability of experimentally produced tissues. These experiments will represent the background for future studies involving bioengineered tissues or organs for transplantation in humans.
Si occupa di gestione e organizzazione in materia di Ricerca Sanitaria dal 2004. Dopo la laurea in Economia nel 2001 ha conseguito il titolo di Master in International Health Care Manangement Economics and Policy presso la SDA Bocconi nel 2002 e si è perfezionata in management degli enti locali con il corso “Advanced Programme in Economia Sanitaria all’Università Cà Foscari di Venezia nel 2004.
Dal 2004 ha svolto la sua attività presso l’Area Sanità e Sociale della Regione del Veneto, fino a ricoprire dal 2009 l’incarico di responsabile del Programma per la Ricerca l’Innovazione e l’Health Technology Assessment – PRIHTA. Oltre ad occuparsi di gestione della ricerca sanitaria ha maturato competenze e ricoperto ruoli nazionali ed internazionali in materia di valutazione delle tecnologie sanitarie (HTA).
She has a law degree from the University of Padua. She has been managing national and international funded projects since 2013. She worked for trade associations, NGO’s and Government offices. Since 2020 she has been a project manager for Coris – Consorzio per la Ricerca Sanitaria.
Giulia Todeschini graduated as Cardiovascular Pathophysiology and Cardiovascular Perfusion Technician at the University of Verona (2019). Her studies focused on cardiac surgery and extracorporeal circulation techniques. During University, she carried out an internship with the Cardiac Surgery Research Team of Verona, working on extracorporeal membrane oxygenation on rats. She was also involved in the study of encephalic samples using immunofluorescence method at the Pharmacology laboratories of the University of Verona.
She manages the LIFELAB laboratory by collecting the needs of each Work Package, creating a link between the world of the laboratory and the administrative structure of CORIS. She guarantees the supplies of consumables and she is responsible for the logistical organization and maintenance of technical equipment.
Graduated in European Integration Law, University of Padua.
From 2014 to 2019 she worked at Supplies and Logistic Management Department of Istituto Zooprofilattico Sperimentale delle Venezie, Legnaro, Padua. She dealt with public procurements of good and services required to support the institutional and research activities carried out by the Istitute, and aimed at the protection of public health - in terms of food safety and prevention of zoonoses - and at animal welfare.
From December 2019 she works at Consorzio per la Ricerca Sanitaria (CORIS): she is employed within administrative office dealing with public procurements of goods and services related to all the research projects coordinated by CORIS.