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Francesca Martini Prize for best poster in cancer research is a result of a collaboration of NAnA Onlus with the Italian Society for Biophysics and Molecular Biology (SIBBM). An International Jury of Scientists evaluate the best poster among those exhibited at the SIBBM Annual Workshop, which is entitled  “Frontiers in Molecular Biology” and took place on line from June 7th to 10th, 2021.

Because of Covid 19, in 2020 the prize fifth edition was postponed to 2021.

Winners of the past editions

2016  Stefano Amente University of Naples Federico II for his poster “High-resolution genome profiles of 8-oxodeoxyguanine, γH2AX and NBS1 reveal their co-association at transcribed long genes“. More details here.
2017  Davide Cassani  University College London for his poster “Cryo electron tomography of actomyosin cortex in isolated blebs“. More details here.
2018  Valeria Rosato University of Sannio at Benevento for her poster “miR-27a-3p is a master regulator of metabolic reprogramming in colorectal cancer“. More details here.
2019 Emanuele Monteleone University of Turin for his poster “STAT3-dependent pluripotency control via the stam-cells specific long non-coding RNA LincS1“. More details here.
2021 Erica Pranzini University of Florence for her poster “Mitochondrial serine metabolism mediates 5-fluorouracil resistance in colorectal cancer by fueling nucleotide biosynthesis and supporting DNA damage response“. More details here.



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The Francesca Martini Award for an experimental degree thesis in onco-haematology
stems from the idea of supporting young graduates of value who wish to pursue their career in research and encourage them to access the PhD program.
Condition for the awarding of the prize is that the recipient participates and is admitted to a PhD course in onco-haematology. The sum of € 2000 will be available to the winner.

The Evaluation Committee includes:

President Lucio Luzzatto, world-renowned haematologist, Maria Teresa Voso, University of Rome Tor Vergata and President of the Italian Society of Experimental Haematology (SIES), Francesco Mannelli, University of Florence and Tiziana Ottone, University of Rome Tor Vergata.

The Submission Form is available here.

We look very much forward to receiving your works!


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NAnA Music – Scholarships for young rock musicians stems from an idea of NAnA Onlus and Frontiers Music.
The aim is to offer an alternative path to young students from disadvantaged backgrounds from the age 15 to 18.
Winners register to the Corso PRO at SONUS FACTORY – Music Performance Institute – Rome and  obtain a certificate from Rockschool Uk – Europe’s No.1 Rock music exam board.
Fellowships are for one year renewable up to a maximum of 3. The final Diploma is recognised as level 3 by the European Union standards.
Young musicians may chose among Guitar – Bass – Drums – Vocals – Piano.
E-mail us if you want to audition for NAnA Music.

Bando Nana Music 2019