Antonella Lisi received the M.S degree in biological science in 1992 and the Ph.D. degree in clinical pathology in 1999. She has been a Researcher of the National Council of Research (CNR Rome) Institute of Neurobiology and Molecular Medicine, since 1997. Lisi is the author of more than 40 peer-reviewed scientific papers published, Peer Reviewer on EMF-related scientific journal, and Principal Investigator and Coprincipal Investigator in several national research grants. Her basic research interests focus on the study of differentiation processes of mesenchymal cardiac and liver stem cells differentiated by chemical and physical agents. Lisi has long studied cellular and molecular mechanisms correlated to neuronal and epithelial cell differentiation studying, in particular, the effect of physical agents on pituitary and cerebellar granule cell maturation and differentiation. Presently, her studies regard the effect of extremely low frequency electromagnetic fields (ELF-EMFs), tuned at Ca2+ ion cyclotron energy resonance (Ca2+-ICR) on mesenchymal and cardiac stem cells differentiation.
Biography Updated on 5 March 2012