WELCOME TO THE IMMUNENANO-LAB
The laboratory philosophy relies on an inter- and multi-disciplinary approach, introducing the novel concept of “nanoimmunity-by-design” where the production and use of nanomaterials is not solely based on their physicochemical properties but also shaped by their predictable immune properties. The ImmuneNano-lab is currently involved in three major research lines, exploiting the immune properties of nanomaterials in different fields: Human Health, Environment and Space Biology.
Featured News and Events
The ImmuneNano-Lab presented two posters at the Dept. of Biomedical Sciences retreat (University of Padua, Italy) for the Ph.D students...Read More
Congratulations to Prof. Lucia Gemma Delogu, who has been awarded the PRIN grant “WoundXene: chronic wound regeneration by MXenes-based 3D-printed...Read More
Our manuscript "Toward Nanotechnology-Enabled Approaches Against the COVID-19 Pandemic" has been awarded the prestigious ACS Nano Championships! The manuscript has...Read More
Great news! Our lab member, Dr. Laura Fusco, has been awarded by the European Commission through Marie Skłodowska-Curie actions Global...Read More
Advanced Material Pandemic Taskforce (AMPT)
Prof. Lucia Gemma Delogu is a member of the AMPT road map working group.
A GLOBAL INITIATIVE
WHAT IS AMPT?
WHAT IS THE AMPT MISSION?
Advanced Material Pandemic & Future Preparedness Taskforce (AMPT) is an international Public-Benefit initiative focused on using Advanced Material to help solve some of humanity’s most pressing challenges.
As an international cooperative platform, the multidisciplinary taskforce is building a global infrastructure and an ecosystem network that enables the advanced material community to respond swiftly and effectively under the umbrella of Future Preparedness.