- Curriculum Vitae
1989-1991 PhD in “Agricultural Genetics” University of Tuscia, Viterbo.
1987 Degree in Biological Sciences (110/110 cum laude) at the University of Parma.
From 2015 Associate Professor of “Agricultural Genetics" (SSD AGR/07) at the University of Parma, Department of Chemistry, Life Sciences and Environmental Sustainability
From 1997 researcher SSD BIO/18 Genetics at the University of Parma, Department of Environmental Sciences.
1996-1997 Post-Doctoral fellowships at the Department of Environmental Sciences, University of Parma about ‘Gene expression analysis in crops: molecular and genetics analysis of drought induced genes’.
1994-1995 Post-Doctoral fellowships at the Department of Evolutionary Biology, University of Parma about ‘Biotic and Abiotic stress resistance in crops: molecular and genetics analysis of ABA induced genes in cereals’
Prof. Gullì participated in the following national and international research projects:
2016-2018 POR FESR 2014-2020, Action 1.2.2 -“Identification of wheat genotypes at low impact for people with genetic susceptibility for celiac disease” (Smartwheat) (24 months).
2014-2016 CRC Foundation 2013: Production of special wheats for the food industry “Special Wheat”(24 months).
2013-2015 ETB Project (6° EUROTRANS-BIO call) “Development and validation of DNA based prototypes for detection of allergenic species” (Allergotype) Project MSE n. E01/0885/02/X21. (30 month)
2011-2014 AGER project RISINNOVA “Integrated genetic and genomic approaches for new Italian rice breeding strategies” (42 month)
2010-2011 Cariparma Foundation “Molecular biotechnologies for the research of proteomic biomarkers of exposure to HIV” (18 month)
2010 -2013 AGER Project “Environmental and economic sustainability for yield and quality production of durum wheat supply chain”. (36 months)
2008-2011 EuroTransBio project: Preparation, validation and commercialization of prototype toxigenomics chip (Project n. E01/0731/01/X13) (TOXICHIP)" (30 months)
Project PRIN 2006 "Sostenibilità ambientale delle colture transgeniche: il caso dello stress idrico in mais" (24 month)
2005-2007 Emilia-Romagna (IT) Regional Project SIQUAL within the research framework PRRIITT, Measure 3.4. Regional Project for Industrial Research, Innovation and Technological Transfer (24 months)
2006-2008 Lombardia (IT) Regional project METADISTRETTI ‘‘Integrated approach to the allergic diseases problem, also food allergies: development of innovative diagnostic and therapeutic methods” (30 month)
2005-2008 EU Integrated Project "GM and non-GM supply chains: their CO-Existence and TRAceability" (COEXTRA), Framework VI (36 month)
2001-2003 EU project "Traceability of DNA fragments through the food chain by DNA/PNA techniques: Application to novel foods" (DNA TRACK) (36 month)
2001-2005 Italian Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry project "New approaches for genetic improvement in cultivated wheat base on the exploitation of germplasm resources and molecular techniques: Search and characterization of new alleles for thermo-tolerance in wheat and cognate wild species" ("AMIFRUGAM") (36 month)
2002-2003 NATO project "Functional genomics for drought stress genes" (24 month)
2000-2002 CNR Agency 2000 "Light and cold signal transduction in plants" (24 month)
1999-2001 Project PRIN 1999 "Search and characterization of new alleles for thermo-tolerance in wheat" (24 month)
1998-2000 Biotechnology Project of the National Research Council, "Genes involved in water and salt-stress tolerance: regulation and function in transgenic plants" (24 month)
1999-2001 Project PRIN 1998, "Inducible and constitutive genetic factors involved in the adaptation to abiotic stress in plants" (24 month)
1996-2000 Plant Biotechnology National Program of the Italian Ministry of the Agricultural Policies, "Isolation of genes involved in drought stress response in cereals and their functional analysis in transgenic and in mutants plants" (36 month)
1992-1997 Genetic Resistance National Plan, Italian Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry, "Genetic resistance of crop plants to biotic and abiotic stresses” Project n. 10" (60 month)
1992-1995 Project RAISA of the National Research Council, "Biological and molecular basis of abiotic stress tolerance in plants. Genes involved in drought and water stress response" (36 month)
MAIN RESEARCH ACTIVITES
Study of the genetic and molecular bases of genotype-environment interactions plants.
Isolation, sequencing, characterization and mapping of genes induced in response to abiotic stresses in crops (Triticum durum, Triticum aestivum, Hordeum vulgare, Zea mays, Heliantus annuus).
Effects of the environmental conditions (cultivation techniques, water regimes, fertilization) on proteome quality in rice and wheat. The seed proteome is analyzed by 2D-PAGE and mass spectrometry to characterize the reserve seed proteome in the Italian wheat and rice varieties.
Genetic and epigenetic mechanisms involved in accumulation and traslocation of heavy metals in hyperaccumulator species (Noccaea caerulescens).
Molecular traceability of food supply chains for food safety and food authenticity.
GMO traceability in food chains using advanced genomic methods for DNA analysis. In particular different PCR systems were developed (qualitative, competitive, nested, real time) and multiplex PCR methods (qualitative and quantitative), that are instrumental for the implementation of molecular array platforms.
Allergenic species traceability in processed foods. Qualitative and quantitative PCR methods were developed for the identification of the main food allergens. A patent has been registered on this application.
Development of molecular markers for fingerprinting and species identification using conventional and advanced PCR methods (RT-PCR, Multiplex PCR, HRM PCR, Array).
Coexistence of genetically modified plants with non-modified plants. Sampling systems and molecular analyses. Effects of the environmental conditions on GMO plants. Maize hybrids, conventional and GM, were cultivated in different water regimes to study the consequence of the genetic modification on the stress response at physiological and molecular level.
She authored 35 papers in international journals, 9 book chapters, 1 PhD thesis, more than 100 participation to national and international meetings, 1 patent.
Citation metrics calculated on 23/10/2018
Total Articles in Publication List: 35
Articles With Citation Data: 29
Sum of the Times Cited: 807
Average Citations per Article: 27.83
Scopus Author ID: 6602849811
-Climate Change and Food Production (8 CFU) degree in FOOD SYSTEM: MANAGEMENT, SUSTAINABILITY AND TECHNOLOGIES
-Plant Genetics and Breeding (6 CFU) degree in BIOTECHNOLGY
-Plant and Animal Genomics for Agri-Food Sector (6 CFU) degree in BIOTECHNOLGY
Past teaching activities:
2012-2017 Genomics and Molecular markers (6 CFU)
2015 -2017 Crop genetics (6 CFU)
2010-2011 Molecular markers (4 CFU)
2004-2009 Genetic Engineering (3 CFU), General genomics (5 CFU) .
2002-2004 Applied Biotechnologies (2 CFU), Plant genetic engireeing (3 CFU)
She has been tutor of Master thesis and Bachelor thesis of students of the Biotechnology degree, Industrial Biotechnology, Biology and Molecular Biology Master degree at the University of Parma and in other Italian University. She has also been tutor for PhD thesis for Biotechnology (University of Parma) and for Crop Genetics (‘La Tuscia’ University of Viterbo).
- Associazione Genetica Italiana (AGI)
- Società Italiana di Genetica Agraria (SIGA)
Founding member of the Technological Center SITEIA.PARMA for technological transfer in food quality and safety, of the University of Parma and the Emilia Romagna Region.
Registered at REPRISE (Register of Expert Peer Reviewers for Italian Scientific Evaluation).
Reviewer activity for scientific international journals.
Anno accademico di erogazione: 2020/2021
- Course year: 3 - First cycle degree (DM 270) - Food System: Management, Sustainability and Technologies - A.Y.: 2018/2019
- Course year: 3 - First cycle degree (DM 270) - BIOTECHNOLOGY - A.Y.: 2018/2019
- Course year: 2 - First cycle degree (DM 270) - BIOTECHNOLOGY - A.Y.: 2019/2020
Anno accademico di erogazione: 2019/2020
- Course year: 3 - First cycle degree (DM 270) - Food System: Management, Sustainability and Technologies - A.Y.: 2017/2018
- Course year: 3 - First cycle degree (DM 270) - Biotechnology - A.Y.: 2017/2018
- Course year: 2 - First cycle degree (DM 270) - BIOTECHNOLOGY - A.Y.: 2018/2019
Anno accademico di erogazione: 2018/2019
- Course year: 3 - First cycle degree (DM 270) - Food System: Management, Sustainability and Technologies - A.Y.: 2016/2017
- Course year: 3 - First cycle degree (DM 270) - Biotechnology - A.Y.: 2016/2017
- Course year: 2 - First cycle degree (DM 270) - Biotechnology - A.Y.: 2017/2018
Anno accademico di erogazione: 2017/2018
Anno accademico di erogazione: 2016/2017
- First cycle degree (DM 270) BIOTECHNOLOGY A.Y. 2020/2021
- First cycle degree (DM 270) BIOTECHNOLOGY A.Y. 2019/2020
- First cycle degree (DM 270) BIOTECHNOLOGY A.Y. 2018/2019
- First cycle degree (DM 270) Biotechnology A.Y. 2017/2018
- First cycle degree (DM 270) Biotechnology A.Y. 2016/2017
- First cycle degree (DM 270) Biotechnology A.Y. 2015/2016
- First cycle degree (DM 270) Biotechnology A.Y. 2014/2015
Year: in stampaAuthor/s: sara graziano, Mariolina Gullì, nelson marmiroli
Molecular and genetic bases of heat stress responses in crop plants and breeding for increased resilience and productivityYear: 2020Author/s: Janni, M, Gullì, M, Maestri, E, Marmiroli, M, Valliyodan, B, Nguyen, H T, Marmiroli, N
Year: 2019Author/s: Patrizia Rampino, Mariolina Gullì, Mariarosaria De Pascali, Monica De Caroli, Nelson Marmiroli, Carla Perrotta
Technological quality and nutritional value of two durum wheat varieties depend on both genetic and environmental factorsYear: 2019Author/s: Graziano, Sara, Marando, Silvia, Prandi, Barbara, Boukid, Fatma, Marmiroli, Nelson, Francia, Enrico, Pecchioni, Nicola, Sforza, Stefano, Visioli, Giovanna, Gullì, Mariolina
TECHNOLOGICAL QUALITY AND NUTRITIONAL VALUE OF TWO
DURUM WHEAT VARIETIES DEPEND ON BOTH GENETIC AND
ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORSYear: 2019Author/s: GRAZIANO S., MARANDO S., PRANDI B., BOUKID F., MARMIROLI N., FRANCIA E., PECCHIONI N., SFORZA S., VISIOLI G., GULLÌ M.