University of Milan, Italy
Carmen Lammi (F) is Assistant Professor in Food chemistry, Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences (DISFARM), Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Milan, Italy (UMIL). In the 2018, She got the National qualification for the function of Associate Professor (SSD 03/D1 – CHIM10). (art. 16, comma 1, Legge 240/10). She is responsible of the food biochemistry laboratory of the Department. She is a member of the collegium of the Doctorate in Pharmaceutical Sciences of UMIL. She has a consolidate experience as food biochemist and biotechnologist. She has a long experience in the collaboration with biology, pharmacologists, and chemist. She is an Associate Editor of the Journal of Food Biochemistry (Wiley Publishing Group)
Studies. She got her master degree in Pharmaceutical Biotechnology on 19/07/2007 with the score 110/110 cum laude, in University of Camerino (UNICAM), and the PhD in Pharmaeutical Science and Biotechnology in February 2011, in the same university. Academics. From 15/05/2011 to 08/12/2011 PostDoc at Joahnn Wolfgang Goethe University of Frankfurt and from 01/01/2012 to 30/09/2016 PostDoc in the in the Faculty of Pharmacy, UMIL. Since 01/10/2016 Researcher in Food Chemistry in the Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences, UMIL.
Publications: 50 papers in international journals (Web of Science & Scopus), 45 oral/poster presentations in international and national congresses (6 as invited speaker). H-index 16 citations 639 (Scopus);
Major research interests:
1) Plant proteins and peptides: development of innovative functional foods and dietary supplements for the prevention of chronic diseases and other pathologies.
2) Plant proteins and peptides: structure elucidation, investigation of the biological activity by cellular studies, absorption and bioavailability evaluation at intestinal level, development of analytical methods by mass spectrometry, shot-gun proteomics, 2D-electrophoresis, identification of food allergens, peptidomics.
3) Phytochemicals: development of innovative analytical methods and investigation of the biological activity by cellular studies, absorption and bioavailability evaluation at intestinal levels.
Monday, June 29, 2020
9:45 AM – 10:10 AM CDT