CAVALETTI GUIDO ANGELO

Room: 
U8, Piano: I, Stanza: 1004
Via Cadore 48 - 20900 MONZA
Position: 
Pro-Rettore alla Ricerca
Role: 
Full professor
Academic disciplines: 
HUMAN ANATOMY (BIO/16)
Telephone: 
0264488039
0264486020
Reception Hours: 

by appointment (use: guido.cavaletti@unimib.it)

Biography

Guido Cavaletti, MD, board in Neurology (clinical office at Dept. of Neurology, S. Gerardo Hospital, Monza, Italy)

Main field of interest (preclinical and clinical): peripheral neuropathies, multiple sclerosis; author of more than 280 full papers (h-index = 53)

Head, Experimental Neurology Unit; Director, PhD program in Neuroscience; Deputy Scientific Director, Milan Center for Neuroscience, University Milano-Bicocca.

Past-president, Italian Peripheral Nerve Society; member of the Board of Directors, Peripheral Nerve Society as Chair of the Toxic Neuropathy Consortium. Coordinator, Italian Alliance against Neuromuscular Diseases.

Publications

  • Huang, K., Leblanc, A., Alberti, P., Sprowl, J., Wang, J., Lustberg, M., et al. (2020). Differential Contribution of Neuronal Uptake Transporters to Oxaliplatin Peripheral Neurotoxicity. THE FASEB JOURNAL, 34(S1), 1-1.
  • Giatti, S., Rigolio, R., Diviccaro, S., Falvo, E., Caruso, D., Garcia-Segura, L., et al. (2020). Sex dimorphism in an animal model of multiple sclerosis: Focus on pregnenolone synthesis. JOURNAL OF STEROID BIOCHEMISTRY AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGY, 199.
  • Smith, E., Kuisell, C., Kanzawa-Lee, G., Bridges, C., Alberti, P., Cavaletti, G., et al. (2020). Approaches to measure paediatric chemotherapy-induced peripheral neurotoxicity: a systematic review. THE LANCET. HAEMATOLOGY, 7(5), e408-e417.
  • Gironi, M., D. -C., G., Frigo., M., M, R., Clerici, M., Bazzini, C., et al. (2020). Platelet glutamate uptake and Th1 cells inversely correlate in relapsing/remitting and in progressive multiple sclerosis. MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS AND RELATED DISORDERS, 41.
  • Fumagalli, G., Monfrini, M., Donzelli, E., Rodriguez-Menendez, V., Bonandrini, B., Figliuzzi, M., et al. (2020). Protective Effect of Human Mesenchymal Stem Cells on the Survival of Pancreatic Islets. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF STEM CELLS, 13, 116-126.