Ticozzi Nicola

PROFESSORE ASSOCIATO
SSD
MED/26 - NEUROLOGIA
Settore concorsuale
06/D6 - NEUROLOGIA

Contatti

Sede di lavoro

Piazzale Brescia, 20 - IRCCS - Ospedale San Luca
2018 MILANO (MI)

Altri numeri di telefono
02619112937
E-mail di ateneo
Ricevimento
da concordare previo appuntamento
Luogo di ricevimento
Ospedale San Luca, P.le Brescia 20, 20149 Milano

Didattica

Ricerca

Pubblicazioni
  • Comparative Analysis of C9orf72 and Sporadic Disease in a Large Multicenter ALS Population: The Effect of Male Sex on Survival of C9orf72 Positive Patients / F. Trojsi, M. Siciliano, C. Femiano, G. Santangelo, C. Lunetta, A. Calvo, C. Moglia, K. Marinou, N. Ticozzi, C. Ferro, C. Scialò, G. Sorarù, A. Conte, Y.M. Falzone, R. Tortelli, M. Russo, V.A. Sansone, A. Chiò, G. Mora, V. Silani, P. Volanti, C. Caponnetto, G. Querin, M. Sabatelli, N. Riva, G. Logroscino, S. Messina, A. Fasano, M.R. Monsurrò, G. Tedeschi, J. Mandrioli. - In: FRONTIERS IN NEUROSCIENCE. - ISSN 1662-4548. - 13(2019 May 17).
  • PON1 is a disease modifier gene in amyotrophic lateral sclerosis : association of the Q192R polymorphism with bulbar onset and reduced survival / F. Verde, C. Tiloca, C. Morelli, A. Doretti, B. Poletti, L. Maderna, S. Messina, D. Gentilini, I. Fogh, A. Ratti, V. Silani, N. Ticozzi. - In: NEUROLOGICAL SCIENCES. - ISSN 1590-1874. - (2019 Mar 22). [Epub ahead of print]
  • Response to the commentary “The effect of C9orf72 intermediate repeat expansions in neurodegenerative and autoimmune diseases” by Biasiotto G and Zanella I. / C. Tiloca, M. Sorosina, F. Esposito, S. Peroni, C. Colombrita, N. Ticozzi, A. Ratti, F.M. Boneschi, V. Silani. - In: MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS AND RELATED DISORDERS. - ISSN 2211-0348. - 27(2019), pp. 79-80.
  • Sexuality and intimacy in ALS: systematic literature review and future perspectives / B. Poletti, L. Carelli, F. Solca, R. Pezzati, A. Faini, N. Ticozzi, H. Mitsumoto, V. Silani. - In: JOURNAL OF NEUROLOGY, NEUROSURGERY AND PSYCHIATRY. - ISSN 0022-3050. - (2018 Dec 11), p. jnnp-2018-319684. [Epub ahead of print]
  • ALS-associated missense and nonsense TBK1 mutations can both cause loss of kinase function / M. de Majo, S.D. Topp, B.N. Smith, A.L. Nishimura, H. Chen, A.S. Gkazi, J. Miller, C.H. Wong, C. Vance, F. Baas, A.L.M.A. ten Asbroek, K.P. Kenna, N. Ticozzi, A.G. Redondo, J. Esteban-Pérez, C. Tiloca, F. Verde, S. Duga, K.E. Morrison, P.J. Shaw, J. Kirby, M.R. Turner, K. Talbot, O. Hardiman, J.D. Glass, J. de Belleroche, C. Gellera, A. Ratti, A. Al-Chalabi, R.H. Brown, V. Silani, J.E. Landers, C.E. Shaw. - In: NEUROBIOLOGY OF AGING. - ISSN 0197-4580. - 71(2018 Nov), pp. 266.1-266.10.