On September 29-30, in Milan, there will be MEETmeTONIGHT. A branch event of the European Night of Researchers. It aimes to involve the general public in the research of innovations through meetings with experts in their field.
As in previous years, these meetings were hosted at the “Indro Montanelli” Gardens (Via Palestro) and at the Natural Museum of Science and Technology (Via San Vittore).
The event focused on health, environment, society, space and technology. Specialists from Humanitas participated in some meetings at the Natural Museum of Science and Technology.

Champions League: A Research Champion Every 4 Minutes

September 29th
A real race against the clock where research champions told their stories about the frontier projects they are working on thanks to the help of the European Research Council (ERC).
Many researchers participated. IRCCS Humanitas sent Professor Gianluigi Condorelli, Director of the Cardiovascular Department of IRCCS and teacher at Humanitas University, and Professor Alberto Mantovani, Scientific Director of IRCCS Humanitas and teacher at Humanitas University.

Woman Target: when the body is Wrong

September 29th
Sometimes the immune system attacks the body itself, causing diseases that mainly affect women. Thus, new perspectives open for gender medicine.
Many specialists intervened, in collaboration with the Immuno Center of IRCCS Humanitas. Professor Giorgio Walter Canonica, supervisor of the Personalized Medicine Center – Asthma and Allergies and teacher at Humanitas University, Professor Carlo Selmi, in Rheumatology and Clinical Immunology and teacher at University of Milan, Doctor Riccardo Borroni and Doctor Stefania Vetrano, researchers at IRCCS Humanitas and Humanitas University.

Mirror Neurons

September 29th
How can the brain learn and remember? What progress has research made on learning, care and sport practice?
We got answers from Professor Roberto Gatti, supervisor of the physiotherapy service at IRCCS Humanitas and coordinator of the Physiotherapy Degree at Humanitas University, and Doctor Davide Pozzi, researcher at the Neuro Center of IRCCS Humanitas and Humanitas University.