Cellply is developing a revolutionary analytical platform for immune cell profiling of cellular function required in cell therapy and antibody development.
The Cellply Co-Culture Array (CCATM) technology offers a dramatically improved understanding of cell function at the single cell level with applicability across all stages of R&D into clinical development and manufacturing.
Contact us today to understand how we combine robotics, CCATM microfluidics and AI to significantly reduce your time to market at lower costs with less risk of failure.
Cellply is involved in a limited number of selected collaborations with biopharma and clinical research institutes developing cell therapies and immunotherapies.
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CEO and Co-founder
Massimo received a Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from the University of Bologna in 2006 and a Technology Entrepreneurship Certificate from the Leavey School of Business, Santa Clara University, CA in 2010. He has 10 years of research experience on microelectronics and microsystems for life science applications with 30 publications appeared on international scientific journals, such as the Technology Review Magazine from MIT. He is inventor of 4 patent families in the fields of microtechnologies for cell manipulation and innovative methods for drug discovery. In 2009, after developing a business idea based on the technology currently under development at Cellply, he obtained a grant (1st rank) from the Fulbright Commission for a period of study and work in Silicon Valley. In 2011 he co-founded the Italian Institute for Entrepreneurship, a no-profit organization promoting initiatives for the growth of an entrepreneurship-based ecosystem in Italy.
Co-founder at CellPly
Roberto is Full Professor in Electrical Engineering at the University of Bologna and serial entrepreneur. He received the Electrical Engineering degree and the Ph.D. from the University of Bologna. From 1986, he has been visiting the Dept. of EECS at the University of California at Berkeley and the Dept. of Electrical Engineering at the MIT in Boston. In 1998 he became Director of the Laboratory for Electronic Systems, a joint venture of the University of Bologna and STM Microelectronics. He is senior founder of Silicon Biosystems, a biomedical device company (Exit with Menarini Spa), and tech inventor of the fingerprint sensor developed at Upek, Inc and integrated on the Iphone (Exit with Apple). Roberto published 90+ papers in various fields including numerical simulation, electronics, computer science, biometric sensors and applications of microelectronic to biotechnology. He has been awarded a Best Paper Award of the IEEE Transactions on Semiconductor Manufacturing and an “ISSCC Best Paper Award” for his work on biosensor system design.
December 15, 2021
PRESS RELEASE LIFTT, IAG partners, Indaco, Meta Ventures and Recomec invest in CellPly The objective of the investment is to bring to market […]
November 25, 2019
Bologna (Italy), 25 November 2019. Cellply announced today that the company will present an abstract with new results about its novel Inter-Cell Networking […]
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