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Ranieri Bizzarri

CNR Researcher

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Research interests

Design and development of optically-responsive molecules and nanosystems for biological and soft matter applications

Biographical sketch

Ranieri Bizzarri graduated and got his PhD in Chemistry as student of Scuola Normale Superiore, Pisa, Italy. Since 2011, Ranieri Bizzarri is researcher at the National Researche Council of Italy (CNR), formerly at the Institute of Biophysics (IBF-CNR) and now at the Nanoscience Institute (Nano-CNR). Ranieri Bizzarri is also affiliated to the Nanophysics Department of the Italian Institute of Technology
In his career, Ranieri Bizzarri has been doing research at Cornell University (USA), at CNRS - Université de Paris XII (France), and at the Twente University (The Netherlands).
Ranieri Bizzarri is author of 50 papers on international peer-reviewed journals (49 on ISI Journals with h-factor: 17), 6 book chapters, 1 patent, and 9 refereed meeting abstracts. Citation numbers and statistics of published papers on ISI journals can be found at his ResearcherID. Currently, he is advisor of 2 PhD theses in Molecular Biophysics at Scuola Normale Superiore and he has been advisor of several Master and Bachelor's Thesis in Chemistry and Biology. Since 2005 Ranieri Bizzarri has been teaching Molecular Biophysics courses at Scuola Normale Superiore, and since 2011 also at Parma University.

Selected publications

- Battisti, A., Panettieri, S., Abbandonato, G., Jacchetti, E., Cardarelli, F., Signore, G., Beltram, F., Bizzarri, R. 2013 “Imaging intracellular viscosity by a new molecular rotor suitable for phasor analysis of fluorescence lifetime” Anal. Bioanal. Chem. 405(19), 6223-6233
- Signore, G., Abbandonato, G., Storti, B., Stockl, M., Subramaniam, V., Bizzarri, R. 2013 “Imaging the static dielectric constant in vitro and in living cells by a bioconjugable GFP chromophore analog” Chem. Comm. 49, 1723-1725
- Battisti, A., Digman, M.A., Gratton, E., Storti, B., Beltram, F., Bizzarri, R. 2012 “Intracellular pH measurements made simple by fluorescent protein probes and the phasor approach to fluorescence lifetime imaging” Chem. Comm. 48, 5127-5129
- Bizzarri, R., Serresi, M., Cardarelli, F., Abbruzzetti, S., Campanini, B., Viappiani, C., and Beltram, F. 2010 “Single aminoacid replacement makes Aequorea Victoria fluorescent proteins reversibly photoswitchable" J. Am. Chem. Soc. 132(1): 85-95
- Signore, G., Nifosì R., Albertazzi, L., Storti, B., Bizzarri, R. 2010 “Polarity-sensitive coumarins tailored to live cell imaging ” J. Am. Chem. Soc. 132(4): 1276-1288.

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