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University of Milano–Bicocca (Unimib)

MicroMiB
The Microbial Collection of the University of Milano-Bicocca (MicroMiB) is intended to be a repository of micro-organisms of human and environmental isolation, relevant to human health.
MicroMiB comprises a growing number of bacteria and viruses, including related nucleic acids, associated with virulence and/or drug resistance, whose molecular mechanisms have been investigated and characterized at the Laboratory of Microbiology and Clinical Virology of the University of Milan-Bicocca, as part of diagnostic and/or research activities.
These microbial collections will be crucial in the transfer of knowledge and resources from the academy to industry to lead to the research and development of both diagnostic and therapeutic services and products, aimed at overcoming some recent challenges in the clinical field, such as the emergence of antibiotic resistance and improved molecular diagnostics with the aim to improve human health.

Key persons

  • Prof. Clementina Elvezia Cocuzza MD, PhD
    Unimib Associate Professor. Head of The Laboratory of Clinical Microbiology and Virology of the University of Milano-Bicocca.
    Member of the General Assembly of MIRRI-IT
  • Dr Rosario Musumeci PharmD, PhD
    Unimib Senior Researcher. Responsible for the Quality Control of the Laboratory of Clinical Microbiology and Virology of the University of Milano-Bicocca.
    Member of the Scientific Committee of MIRRI-IT
  • Dr Federica Perdoni PhD
    Unimib Research Technician. Curator of the MicroMiB collection.
  • Dr Marianna Martinelli PhD
    Unimib Young Researcher. Curator of the MicroMiB collection.

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