I am Professor at USI Lugano (Switzerland) and University of Naples (Italy) expert in Computational Biology, Pharmacology and Drug Design.
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  • Our group on the media

    The Swiss newspaper Corriere del Ticino dedicates an article (in Italian) to Prof. Limongelli. Click here to read.

    Posted 22 Mar 2021, 03:12 by vittorio limongelli
  • ERC grant to Vittorio Limongelli
    So proud and happy to announce that Prof. Vittorio Limongelli has received the
    ERC Consolidator grant with his project CoMMBi - Computational Microscope on Molecular Binding: from atom to cell membrane scale.

    Posted 10 Dec 2020, 12:17 by vittorio limongelli
  • Media attention to our COVID-19 REDAC project
    Ticino Scienza reported an article (in Italian) on our REDAC project on drug repurposing against COVID-19. Have a look at:

    Posted 8 Dec 2020, 16:05 by vittorio limongelli
  • Accepted publication in Nature Protocols

    We are very proud and excited to announce that one of our protocols to study ligand/protein binding has been published in Nature Protocols!

    What are you waiting for? Download the protocol paper and simulate a drug/protein binding event following the instructions provided at Raniolo & Limongelli, Nature Protocols 2020.

    Posted 19 Aug 2020, 12:43 by vittorio limongelli
  • Accepted publication in Nature Communications
    Limongelli research group and Marrink research group from the University of Groningen (The Netherlands) have developed a new molecular model based on the Martini coarse grained force field to study drug mechanism of binding to its molecular target. This new approach allows to accurately reconstruct the drugs pharmacological capabilities, qualitatively and quantitatively differentiating between inactive and active compounds as well as their differences in terms of potency. The study has been just published in Nature Communications.
    Find out more by clicking here.

    Posted 28 Jul 2020, 15:56 by vittorio limongelli
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