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Francesca Bartolini, Ph.D.
I am a cell biologist with a Ph.D. in Biochemistry from NYU. My research laboratory investigates the role of microtubule dynamics and tubulin post-translational modifications in neuronal physiology and at the onset of neurodegenerative and neuropathic disease.
Our laboratory is located in the Dept. of Pathology & Cell Biology at Columbia University in New York.
recent and UPCOMING PARTICIPATING EVENTS
The Charleston Conference on Alzheimer’s Disease 10th Anniversary
April 3-7, 2022, Oahu, Hawaii
Dec 12-16, 2022
The 2022 Fresco International Workshop on Synaptic Plasticity and Advances in Parkinson's Disease
June 7-10, 2022
July 16-20, 2023
Cell Biology of the Neuron
Gordon Research Conference
June 26 - July 1, 2022
Waterville Valley, NH, United States
Sept 9-13, 2023
RIKEN Brain Science
July 4-8, 2022,
Hirosawa, Wako-shi, Saitama,
"Regulation of neuronal microtubules and other cytoskeletal components"
Oct 8-12, 2023
The Synaptic Life of Microtubules
Curr Opin Neurobiol, 2021
The Microtubule Cytoskeleton at the Synapse
Tubulin tyrosination regulates synaptic function and is disrupted in Alzheimer's disease
Brain, Oct 26 2021
Microglia reactivity entails microtubule remodeling from acentrosomal to centrosomal arrays
Cell Rep., Feb 2023
Role of tubulin post-translational modifications in peripheral neuropathy
Exp Neurology, Nov 2022
MFN2-dependent recruitment of ATAT1 coordinates mitochondria motility with α-tubulin acetylation and is disrupted in CMT2A
BioRxiv, March 2023
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