Web Access Research Portal

Researcher: Caruso, V (Dr Vanni Caruso)

Fields of Research

Analytical Biochemistry
Infectious Diseases
Pharmaceutical Sciences
Cell Metabolism
Cell Neurochemistry

Research Objectives

Blood Disorders
Infectious Diseases
Public Health (excl. Specific Population Health)
Expanding Knowledge in the Mathematical Sciences

Career Best Publications

Research Publications

Early hypothalamic FTO overexpression in response to maternal obesity--potential contribution to postweaning hyperphagia; PloS one
Late-Onset Exercise in Female Rat Offspring Ameliorates the Detrimental Metabolic Impact of Maternal Obesity; Endocrinology
Maternal Cigarette Smoke Exposure Contributes to Glucose Intolerance and Decreased Brain Insulin Action in Mice Offspring Independent of Maternal Diet; PL o S One
Mobile medical applications for dosage recommendation, drug adverse reaction, and drug interaction; Therapeutic Innovation & Regulatory Science
mRNA GPR162 changes are associated with decreased food intake in rat, and its human genetic variants with impairments in glucose homeostasis in two Swedish cohorts; Gene: An International Journal Focusing on Gene Cloning and Gene Structure and Function
Synaptic changes induced by melanocortin signalling; Nature Reviews Neuroscience
The Beneficial Effects of Early Short-Term Exercise in the Offspring of Obese Mothers are Accompanied by Alterations in the Hypothalamic Gene Expression of Appetite Regulators and FTO (Fat Mass and Obesity Associated) Gene; Journal of Neuroendocrinology
The G protein-coupled receptor GPR162 is widely distributed in the CNS and highly expressed in the hypothalamus and in hedonic feeding areas; Gene
The G protein-coupled receptor GPR162 is widely distributed in the CNS and highly expressed in the hypothalamus and in hedonic feeding areas; Gene
The Orphan G Protein-Coupled Receptor Gene GPR178 Is Evolutionary Conserved and Altered in Response to Acute Changes in Food Intake; PLoS One

Research Projects

Research Candidate Supervision