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Nicola Elvassore    Distinguished Adjunct Professor
Institute SIAIS
University of Padova
Research Area Biological Engineering
Contact Info. nicola.elvassore@@gmail.com
 
  Biography  
Dr. Nicola Elvassore graduated from University of Padova in 1995 and received a Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering at University of Padova in 1999. He was Post-Doc the Department of Chemical Engineering at University of Padova, assistant professor 1999-2001 at Department of Chemical Engineering at University of Padova, Fulbright visiting scientist and research Affiliate and visiting Scientist at Harvard - M.I.T. Division of Health Sciences and Technology, M.I.T., Cambridge, USA and visiting scientist at Tokyo University (2010), New South Wales University at Sydney (2007 and 2009) and University of California (1998, 2004 and 2008).Since 2009 he become principal Investigator at Venetian Institute of Molecular Medicine, Padua and, since 2014, associate professor at the Department of Industrial Engineering at University of Padova.
  Research Interests  
The development of enabling technologies for biological discovery in the field of human physiology and pathophysiology.
Stem cell engineering.
Human organ on a chip.
  Selected Publications  

Giobbe GG, Michielin F, Luni C, Giulitti S, Martewicz S, DupontS, Floreani A, Elvassore N. 2015. Functional differentiation of humanpluripotent stem cells on a chip. Nat Methods. 12:637–640.

Luni C, Serena E, Elvassore N. 2014. Human-on-chip for therapydevelopment and fundamental science. Curr Opin Biotech. 25: 45-50.

Zatti S, Martewicz S, Serena E, Uno N, Giobbe GG, Kazuki Y,Oshimura M, Elvassore N. 2014. Complete restoration of multiple dystrophinisoforms in genetically corrected Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy patient-derivedcardiomyocytes. Mol Ther – Methods and Clinical Development 1:article 1.

Aragona M, Panciera T, Manfrin M, Giulitti S, Michielin F,Elvassore N, Dupont S, Piccolo S. 2013. A mechanical checkpoint controlsmulticellular growth through YAP/TAZ regulation by actin-processing factors. Cell. 154(5):1047-1059.

Dupont S, Morsut L, Aragona M, Enzo E, Giulitti S, Cordenonsi M,Zanconato F, Le Digabel J, Forcato M, Bicciato S and others. 2011. Role ofYAP/TAZ in mechanotransduction. Nature 474(7350):179-U212.