Universitetsparken 2, 2100 København Ø, Building: 13-4-411
I am an Associate Professor in Biophysics at the Department of Pharmacy, Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences University of Copenhagen, Denmark.
Group website: Protein Formulation and Biophysics
Personal Website: http://www.vitofodera.com/
Key Scientific Interests
- Protein Aggregation
- Large Scale Polymorphism and Superstructures
- Aggregation Processes in Microfluidics Setups
- Protein Aggregation and Biological Membranes
- Other Projects
- UV-Vis Spectroscopy of Dyes for Biological Applications
- Polymeric Hydrogels for Drug Delivery
- Electron Transfer in Biological Samples
Previous Appointments and Education
2014 September-2016 October: Assistant Professor at the Department of Pharmacy, University of Copenhagen, Denmark.
2012-September/2014-September: Marie Curie IEF Fellow Dept. of Drug Design and Pharmacology, University of Copenhagen, Denmark
2009-November/2012-September: Research Associate at the Department of Physics, Cavendish Laboratory University of Cambridge, United Kingdom.
2009-January/August: Fellowship at the Department of Medicinal Chemistry, University of Copenhagen, Denmark.
2009-March: PhD in Physics. Department of Physical and Astronomical Sciences of the University of Palermo.
2005 – July: Master degree in Physics at the University of Palermo, Italy
2000/2005: Undergraduate student at the Department of Physical and Astronomical Sciences (DSFA) of the University of Palermo, Italy.
Marie Curie Intra European Fellowship (IEF) for Career Development (2 years). European Union grant €230.000. 2012. P.I. Vito Foderà.
Lifelong Learning Program (LLP) (3 months) - Erasmus Placement, University of Palermo. 2008. €1500. Visiting Scientist at the Univ. of Copenhagen. P.I. Vito Foderà.
Drug Research Academy Fellowship (3 months) Visiting Ph.D. at The Danish University of Pharmaceutical Sciences Copenhagen. 2007. €6000. P.I. Vito Foderà.
MIUR fellowship (6 months) from University of Palermo. Visiting Ph.D. at The Danish University of Pharmaceutical Sciences Copenhagen. 2006. €6000. P.I. Vito Foderà