Finelli Palma

Tenured Associate Professor
SSD
MED/03 - MEDICAL GENETICS
Competition sector
06/A1 - MEDICAL GENETICS

Contacts

Workplace

Via Fratelli Cervi, 93
20090 SEGRATE (MI)

Via IRCCS - Via Zucchi 18 - Cusano Milanino, 18
20095 CUSANO MILANINO (MI)

Office phone number
02503 30361
University email address

Education

Research

Publications
  • Exploring by whole exome sequencing patients with initial diagnosis of Rubinstein–Taybi syndrome : the interconnections of epigenetic machinery disorders / G. Negri, P. Magini, D. Milani, M. Crippa, E. Biamino, M. Piccione, S. Sotgiu, C. Perrìa, G. Vitiello, M. Frontali, A. Boni, E. Di Fede, M.C. Gandini, E.A. Colombo, M.J. Bamshad, D.A. Nickerson, J.D. Smith, I. Loddo, P. Finelli, M. Seri, T. Pippucci, L. Larizza, C. Gervasini. - In: HUMAN GENETICS. - ISSN 0340-6717. - 138:3(2019 Mar), pp. 257-269.
  • High-resolution array-CGH analysis on 46,XX patients affected by early onset primary ovarian insufficiency discloses new genes involved in ovarian function / I. Bestetti, C. Castronovo, A. Sironi, C. Caslini, C. Sala, R. Rossetti, M. Crippa, I. Ferrari, A. Pistocchi, D. Toniolo, L. Persani, A. Marozzi, P. Finelli. - In: HUMAN REPRODUCTION. - ISSN 0268-1161. - 34:3(2019 Mar 01), pp. 574-583.
  • Segmental Maternal UPD of Chromosome 7q in a Patient With Pendred and Silver Russell Syndromes-Like Features / V. Cirello, V. Giorgini, C. Castronovo, S. Marelli, E. Mainini, A. Sironi, M. Recalcati, M. Pessina, D. Giardino, L. Larizza, L. Persani, P. Finelli, S. Russo, L. Fugazzola. - In: FRONTIERS IN GENETICS. - ISSN 1664-8021. - 9(2018 Nov), pp. 600.1-600.9.
  • A balanced reciprocal translocation t(10;15)(q22.3;q26.1) interrupting ACAN gene in a family with proportionate short stature / M. Crippa, S. Giangiobbe, R. Villa, I. Bestetti, T. De Filippis, L. Fatti, J. Taurino, L. Larizza, L. Persani, F. Bellini, P. Finelli, M. Bonati. - In: JOURNAL OF ENDOCRINOLOGICAL INVESTIGATION. - ISSN 1720-8386. - 41:4(2018 Aug), pp. 929-936.
  • iPSC-derived neurons of CREBBP- and EP300-mutated Rubinstein-Taybi syndrome patients show morphological alterations and hypoexcitability / V. Alari, S. Russo, B. Terragni, P.F. Ajmone, A. Sironi, I. Catusi, L. Calzari, D. Concolino, R. Marotta, D. Milani, D. Giardino, M. Mantegazza, C. Gervasini, P. Finelli, L. Larizza. - In: STEM CELL RESEARCH. - ISSN 1873-5061. - 30(2018 Jul), pp. 130-140.