DIRECTOR SCIENTIFIC INSTITUTE IAMAQ
DIRECTOR SCIENTIFIC INSTITUTE IAMAQ
Vice President MAQ
Professor of "Pharmaceutical Chemistry" under the degree course Pharmacy at the Department of Drug Science, University of Pavia.
Director of Quantum Bio Lab.
Founder Quantumbionet in October 2006.
Italian Founder Biocatalysis Center in July 2007.
Biosystems Quantum Editor-in-Chief.
Former President of Quantum Paradigms of Psychopathology (QPP).
Member of the Scientific Committee of the Research Institute "Paolo Sotgiu" in Quantitative and Evolutionary Psychiatry and Quantum Cardiology, University L.U.de.S. of Lugano, Switzerland.
Academician, Professor of the Department of " medicinal chemistry "in the framework of the diploma course" pharmacy " at the Department of pharmaceutical Sciences of the University of Pavia. Director of the quantum BioLAB. Founder of Quantumbionet in October 2006. Founder of the Italian Biocatalysis center in July 2007. Editor-in-chief of Quantum Biosystems. Former Chairman of the quantum paradigm of psychopathology (QPP). Member of the Scientific Committee of the Rizerk Institute "Paolo Sotgiu" in psychiatry E Cardiologia Quantitativa ed Evoluzionistica, Università L. U. de. S. Lugano, Switzerland. 2010-The Prize Named After Giorgio Napolitano. Member of the Advisory Board: Physics Research Journal-C, Journal of Biological Research, DNA Decipher Journal, Scientific GOD Journal, Journal of Consciousness Exploration & Research, Antropologia della Salute. 2011-member of the quantum art group in Italy, at prices, "Italy del Innovatori Chairman" of the Council of Ministers, Agency for the dissemination of technology for innovation.
Professor Pregnolato has published more than 100 papers related to chemistry and biotechnology, and has filed about ten patent applications. His recent publications on quantum biology focus on potential psychiatric interest in subcellular nanosystems as quantum Biosystems.
Director of Quantum Bio Lab. Professor at the University of Pavia and an internationally renowned scientist, poet, writer and painter. His writings are inspired by his scientific studies on the human being considered as a complex system in which the various bacterial communities coexist with our organism in a constant symbiosis.
The research aims at contribute to the understanding of brain properties sustaining higher order cognition, using cutting edge technologies deriving from neuroscience-related fields like genetics, cell biology, anthropology, psychology and informatics. Research lines will contribute both individually, with specific goals related to their experimental designs, and within a paradigm of highly integrated sharing of knowledge, which will allows for online modulation of others units works.Interdisciplinary
collaborations: Prof. Massimo Cocchi, L.U.de.S. University of Lugano, Switzerland and Alma Mater University of Bologna, Prof. Eliano Pessa, Interdepartmental Center of Cognitive Sciences (UniPV); Prof. Rita Pizzi, Dept. Information Technologies (UniMI); Prof. Paola Zizzi, L.U.de.S. University of Lugano, Switzerland, Dr. Antonella De Ninno (ENEA), Alfredo Perejra Jr. (Univ. Of Botucatu, Brazil), Dr. Giuseppe Damiani (CNR, Pavia).
"2010" Italian Republic President medal award for Innovation in Quantum Biology.
Professor at the University of Pavia and an internationally renowned scientist, poet, writer and painter. His writings are inspired by his scientific studies on the human being considered as a complex system in which the various bacterial communities coexist with our organism in a constant symbiosis.
His writings are created from the profound analysis of the human being microcosm and they tell about aspects of life and human relationships sometimes fairy-talented.
In this enchanted world happiness is experienced deliciously and at the same time cruelly, as it is related to the other space dimension, that of the real world which is characterized by the harsh reality that we all live. With Daniele Milanesi he attended the conference on the Art and the Quantum Physics at the exhibition: "Applied Art, Integration as a Shared Experience" ABC in collaboration with AIAP - Laboratory Cagliani, Milan, November 19, 2009.
In March 2010 he joined the Quantum Art group by Roberto Denti and since then has always brought his contribution as a scientist and artist in all major events in Italy and abroad.
Massimo has organized important Quantumbionet Work Shop introducing quantum art into the discussion.