Saturday, 15 May 2021


Francesca Ceroni

Francesca Ceroni

Graduated in Pharmaceutical Biotechnologies from the University of Bologna, Italy, in 2007. She then obtained a PhD in Bioengineering from the same university in 2011 working under the supervision of Silvio Cavalcanti and Emanuele Giordano. More

Mammalian synthetic biology

Mammalian cells are important tools for bioprocessing applications and for investigating the mechanisms of cancer development. Although a close relation has been observed in these systems between cellular growth and the production of intracellular resources needed for transcription and translation, quantitative empirical relations are still lacking. Investigating the links among cell ...