E’ stato pubblicato dall’Università degli studi di Parma (Spoke1) il primo dei bandi a cascata previsti nell’ambito del progetto.
Il bando è rivolto a enti di ricerca pubblici o privati e permetterà di garantire lo svolgimento delle attività oggetto del progetto e descritte di seguito.
E’ possibile consultare la documentazione relativa al bando al seguente link Bandi a Cascata
- Single-neuron correlates of social cognition and interaction in human cerebral cortex during awake surgeries.
- The role of subcortical brain structure in social information processing through structural and functional MRI in human and non-human primates with and without intact visual cortex.
- Anatomo-functional characterization of cortical and subcortical circuits involved in action observation in human and non-human primates with 7T ultra-high field MRI.
- Seeking for biomarkers that can predict neurodevelopmental disorders in preterm and very preterm babies: a structural/functional connectivity-based approach.
- Atlas of structural and functional connectivity of the vestibular network in human neonates and infants.
- Optimizing the chemistry of antisense oligonucleotides and their formulation in non-viral particles through a high-frequency oscillatory motion device: moving towards clinical use of RNA therapeutics for neurodevelopmental disorders.
- Study of the effects of early-life stress and of the fast-acting antidepressant Ketamine in Shank2 and Shank3 mutant mice to model comorbid psychiatric symptoms in neurodevelopmental disorders.
- Role of maternal exposure to psychosocial stressors during pregnancy in the aetiology of autism-spectrum disorders: characterization of a non-genetic animal model for ASD.
- Therapeutic exploitation of tumor-educated macrophages for neural development and regeneration.
- Advanced cellular electrophysiological and imaging approaches to tackle complexity and identify multiorgan phenotypes in channelopathies.
- Software for volumetric reconstruction of neuroanatomical data from histological sections and integration with Magnetic Resonance Imaging.