Funding

We acknowledge the funding for making our research, including the fellowships, possible:

R01DA044925-01A1: Neurodevelopmental Effects of THC on The VTA Dopamine System and Behavior
RASSR32909: Interazione gene-ambiente e comportamento aggressivo: studio preclinico e clinico sul ruolo del sistema dopamienrgico e su possibili target terapeutici.

FISR2019_00202: Disturbi Indotti dall’Esposizione prenatale al THC: Approccio Multidisciplinare ed Effetti di Integratori nella dieta materna.
PRIN 2022- 20222W4RT8 (CORNERSTONE): Neurodevelopmental Consequences Of mateRNal exposurE to cannabis: a multidisciplinaRy inveStigation on The role Of kynurenine pathway in vulNerable progEny
PRIN 2022-P2022K5PTK: Modulation of dopaminergic transmission through microRNAs as a measure to counteract dopamine neuronal degeneration
F75F21001290007: Targeting neurosteroids for neuroprotection in Parkinson’s disease
F71I17000200002: Neurosteroids as a novel predictive biomarker associated with sleep disorders in PD
2022_1619: REDIRECT
G20-525: Synaptic adaptations following early life adversities