Dr. Victor Corasolla Carregari is a fellow researcher in the Andrea Urbani’s laboratory at the Fondazione Santa Lucia, Rome (Italy), his currently actuation are in Proteomics and Metabolomics. Dr. Carregari is graduated in Biology at the Catholic University of Campinas-São Paulo, Brazil, in 2008. He completed his Master and PhD in functional and molecular biology in the Biochemistry field at the University of Campinas (UNICAMP) in 2010 and 2014 respectively. Dr. Carregari made part of his PhD at the Southern University of Denmark in 2013. In 2015 Dr. Carregari started to work at the GlycoProteomics Laboratory, Department of Parasitology, ICB, University of Sao Paulo, Brazil, where had many contact with PTMs methods and began to work with exosome proteomics. He has been part of the Fondazione Santa Lucia staff since 2016, where is handling a project financed by the Ministry of Health of Italy. He is member of ItPA(Italian Proteomics Association), EuPA (European Proteomics Association) and HUPO (Human Proteomics Association).
Victor Corasolla Carregari Research Interests are Exosomes Isolation and characterization, Proteomics and PTMs, Metabolomics, functional validations of proteomics data and comparison between Myc-N expressed and no-expressed in Neuroblastoma cancer.