- Curriculum Vitae
Dominga Rogolino was born in 1975, she graduated in Chemistry cum laude at the University of Parma in 1999 and in 2003 she obtained a PhD in Chemical Sciences at the same University. In 1999 (March-June) she spent a period at the group of Prof. C.J. Elsevier at the Chemistry Department of the University of Amsterdam (The Netherlands). In 2002 she was Researcher (SSD CHIM03) at the Department of Chemistry of the University of Parma. Since 2020 he has been Associate Professor (CHIM03) at the Department of Chemistry, Life Sciences and Environmental Sustainability of the University of Parma. The research activity is documented by more than 70 papers published in international journals, 2 patent applications, 2 book chapters and numerous presentations at national and international conferences. In recent years, scientific interests have been focused on the synthesis and evaluation of the biological activity of chelating ligands as potential antiviral drugs, targeting metal-dependent enzymes, in particular HIV, influenza virus and bunyavirus endonuclease. The aim is to highlight the mechanism of action and the chemical features necessary for the activity and then to perform the drug design of new inhibitors. These studies are part of fruitful collaborations with Italian and foreign research laboratories. Further research topics recently addressed include the anticancer activity of metal complexes based on ruthenium(II) and copper(II), as well as the development of new molecules endowed with antifungal activity (Aflatox project, funded by the Cariplo Foundation). Prof. Rogolino is a referee for scientific international journals (European Journal of Medicinal Chemistry, Journal of Medicinal Chemsitry, Journal of Inorganic Biochemistry, Dalton Transactions, Inorganic Chimica Acta, Organometallics). She is a member of the College of Doctorate in Chemical Sciences, teaching the course "Chemical Learning and Didactic", 8 hours); she is member of the Italian Chemical Society and is enrolled in the Order of Chemists and Physicists (sez. Cremona). Prof.ssa Rogolino has teached for several years the Course of General and Inorganic Chemistry at the Faculty of Pharmacy; she teached a course of Bibliographic Research and Databases in Chemistry for the Master Degree in Chemistry and the course of Chemistry Teaching for the course PF24 of the University of Parma. She is currently teacher of the Chemistry course for the Bachelor of Science in Physics and of the Laboratory of General and Inorganic Chemistry for the Bachelor of Science in Chemistry. She is a member of the Steering Committee of the Department and she is responsible for the PCTO for the Department’s chemical area. She collaborates in the realization of didactic courses for chemistry teachers of secondary schools. She has carried out several initiatives of scientific dissemination at local level. She is principal investigator for numerous projects in collaboration with international private companies, in particular in relation to the development of innovative products in the agri-food and zootechnical fields in a view of sustainability and high technology transfer. She was tutor/co-supervisor of four PhD students in Chemical Sciences. She is currently the scientific tutor of two PhD students in Chemical Sciences and has tutored several undergraduates students and research fellows.
Anno accademico di erogazione: 2023/2024
Anno accademico di erogazione: 2022/2023
Anno accademico di erogazione: 2021/2022
Anno accademico di erogazione: 2020/2021
Anno accademico di erogazione: 2019/2020
Anno accademico di erogazione: 2018/2019
Industrial lignins as efficient biosorbents for Cr(vi) water remediation: transforming a waste into an added value materialYear: 2023Author/s: Vescovi Marianna, Melegari Matteo, Gazzurelli Cristina, Maffini Monica, Mucchino Claudio, Mazzeo Paolo Pio, Carcelli Mauro, Perego Jacopo, Migliori Andrea, Leonardi Giuliano, Pietarinen Suvi, Pelagatti Paolo, Rogolino Dominga
Allium cepa tests: a plant-based tool for the early evaluation of toxicity and genotoxicity of newly synthetized antifungal moleculesYear: 2023Author/s: Alias C., Feretti D., Viola G. V. C., Zerbini I., Bisceglie F., Pelosi G., Zani C., Buschini A., Carcelli M., Rogolino D., Restivo F. M., Degola F.
A potentiometric and spectrofluorimetric approach to unravel inhibitory effects of semi- and thiosemicarbazones on mushroom tyrosinase activityYear: 2023Author/s: Carcelli Mauro, Compari Carlotta, Fisicaro Emilia, Incerti Matteo, Miglioli Francesca, Peracchia Erica, Pertinhez Thelma, Rogolino Dominga, Ronda Nicoletta, Gentili Silvia, Tegoni Matteo
Hydrazones and Thiosemicarbazones Targeting Protein-Protein-Interactions of SARS-CoV-2 Papain-like ProteaseYear: 2022Author/s: Ewert W., Gunther S., Miglioli F., Falke S., Reinke P. Y. A., Niebling S., Gunther C., Han H., Srinivasan V., Brognaro H., Lieske J., Lorenzen K., Garcia-Alai M. M., Betzel C., Carcelli M., Hinrichs W., Rogolino D., Meents A.
Interaction Studies between Carbonic Anhydrase and a Sulfonamide Inhibitor by Experimental and Theoretical ApproachesYear: 2022Author/s: Pagnozzi D., Pala N., Biosa G., Dallocchio R., Dessi A., Singh P. K., Rogolino D., Di Fiore A., De Simone G., Supuran C. T., Sechi M.