ZFIN ID: ZDB-PERS-180206-4
Turrini, Lapo
Email: turrini@lens.unifi.it
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Affiliation: Vanzi Lab
Address: Department of Physics and Astronomy University of Florence Via G. Sansone, 1 Sesto Fiorentino (FI) - 50019 (ITALY) Department of Biology University of Florence Via Madonna del Piano, 6 Sesto Fiorentino (FI) - 50019 (ITALY)
Country: Italy
Phone: 055 4572025
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ORCID ID: 0000-0003-2519-7893


BIOGRAPHY AND RESEARCH INTERESTS
Lapo Turrini graduated with a Master’s degree in Biology at the University of Florence in 2015. In 2019, he then obtained his PhD with highest grades in “Atomic and Molecular Photonics” for his work on zebrafish brain functional imaging at the European Laboratory for Non-linear Spectroscopy (LENS). Today Lapo is a postdoctoral research fellow at the Department of Physics and Astronomy at the University of Florence, where he continues to study functional and structural aspects of larval zebrafish brain. In particular, Lapo makes use of cutting-edge custom-made fluorescence microscopes and virtual-reality environments to investigate on a whole-organ scale, yet with single cell resolution, the neuronal circuitries underlying motor behaviour.


PUBLICATIONS
Chicchi, L., Cecchini, G., Adam, I., de Vito, G., Livi, R., Pavone, F.S., Silvestri, L., Turrini, L., Vanzi, F., Fanelli, D. (2021) Reconstruction scheme for excitatory and inhibitory dynamics with quenched disorder: application to zebrafish imaging. Journal of computational neuroscience. 49(2):159-174
Meneghetti, N., Dedola, F., Gavryusev, V., Sancataldo, G., Turrini, L., de Vito, G., Tiso, N., Vanzi, F., Carpaneto, J., Cutrone, A., Pavone, F.S., Micera, S., Mazzoni, A. (2020) Direct activation of zebrafish neurons by ultrasonic stimulation revealed by whole CNS calcium imaging. Journal of neural engineering. 17:056033
de Vito, G., Ricci, P., Turrini, L., Gavryusev, V., Müllenbroich, C., Tiso, N., Vanzi, F., Silvestri, L., Pavone, F.S. (2020) Effects of excitation light polarization on fluorescence emission in two-photon light-sheet microscopy. Biomedical Optics Express. 11:4651-4665
Gavryusev, V., Sancataldo, G., Ricci, P., Montalbano, A., Fornetto, C., Turrini, L., Laurino, A., Pesce, L., de Vito, G., Tiso, N., Vanzi, F., Silvestri, L., Pavone, F.S. (2019) Dual-beam confocal light-sheet microscopy via flexible acousto-optic deflector. Journal of Biomedical Optics. 24:1-6
Müllenbroich, M.C., Turrini, L., Silvestri, L., Alterini, T., Gheisari, A., Tiso, N., Vanzi, F., Sacconi, L., Pavone, F.S. (2019) Corrigendum: Bessel Beam Illumination Reduces Random and Systematic Errors in Quantitative Functional Studies Using Light-Sheet Microscopy. Frontiers in Cellular Neuroscience. 13:25
Sancataldo, G., Gavryusev, V., de Vito, G., Turrini, L., Locatelli, M., Fornetto, C., Tiso, N., Vanzi, F., Silvestri, L., Pavone, F.S. (2019) Flexible Multi-Beam Light-Sheet Fluorescence Microscope for Live Imaging Without Striping Artifacts. Frontiers in Neuroanatomy. 13:7
Müllenbroich, M.C., Turrini, L., Silvestri, L., Alterini, T., Gheisari, A., Vanzi, F., Sacconi, L., Pavone, F.S. (2018) Bessel Beam Illumination Reduces Random and Systematic Errors in Quantitative Functional Studies Using Light-Sheet Microscopy. Frontiers in Cellular Neuroscience. 12:315

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