Associate Professor of Medical Genetics at the Humanitas University since its opening. Rosanna Asselta graduated in Biology and received her PhD in Molecular Genetics Applied to Medical Sciences at the University of Milan.
In 2005, she became Assistant Professor in Molecular Biology at the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Milan. Prof. Asselta acquired over the years a strong expertise in statistical analysis of genetic data, thanks to her experience of two years in the Department of Molecular Medicine University of Helsinki and at the “Broad Institute of Harvard and MIT” of Boston.

International Courses:
During her doctorate, and then in the post-doctoral program, she was able to complete her training following courses at the Turku Centre for Biotechnology (2004), the European School of Genetic Medicine (2005), Helsinki University (2006), Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory (2008), and the Dana Farber Cancer Institute (2009).

Awards:
Prof. Asselta received prestigious awards from:
The Foundation Telethon (2001),
The European Molecular Biology Organization (2004),
The European Science Foundation (2004).
In 2005, the Early Career Investigator Award was also awarded (as part of the international program “Bayer Hemophilia program”).

Research Grants:

-CARIPLO 2013
Titolo del progetto: “Next-generation sequencing (NGS) approaches for the identification of novel inherited non-syndromic sensorineural hearing loss (NSHL) related genes”

-PUR 2009
Titolo del progetto: “Ruolo dei microRNA nella malattia di Parkinson: studi genetici e funzionali usando zebrafish come modello animale”

-Progetto FISM (Fondazione Italiana Sclerosi Multipla) 2008
Titolo: “New players in the genetics of Multiple Sclerosis: PRKCA and microRNAs”

-Progetto a concorso anno 2009/2010 (Fondazione IRCCS Ospedale Maggiore Policlinico, Mangiagalli e Regina Elena)
Titolo: “Identificazione e caratterizzazione funzionale di varianti genetiche di suscettibilità all’infarto miocardico giovanile e al tromboembolismo venoso”

-First 2007
Titolo del progetto: “Ricerca delle basi genetiche di malattie complesse”

-First 2006
Titolo del progetto: “Ricerca delle basi genetiche di malattie complesse”

-The Bayer Hemophilia Awards Program, Bayer HealthCare LLCTitolo del progetto: “Studies on the molecular mechanisms underlying intracellular processing of FV mRNA and protein”

-First 2005
Titolo del progetto: “Ricerca delle basi genetiche di malattie complesse”

Publications:
She is the author of 140 full papers indexed in PubMed, with an average impact factor greater than 8, and an h-index of 31 (WOS), 31 (Scopus) and 38 (Google Scholar).

PubMed Link
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/?term=asselta+r