Prof. Stefano MARINI, M.D. Ph.D.
Dept. of Clinical Sciences and Translational Medicine, University of Rome Tor Vergata, Via Montpellier 1, 00133 Rome, Italy.
Tel. +39/6/72596354; fax +39/6/72596353
Date of birth: April 3th 1958.
Place of birth: Frascati (Rome) Italy.
Languages: Italian, English
Medical doctor, specialization in Occupational Medicine; Degree in Biological Sciences, Specialization in Applied Biotechnology and Ph.D. in Biotechnology with more than 30 years of professional and research experience in biotechnology, biochemistry, research and development, microbiology, immunology, coordination of research and laboratory groups, found raising.
Participation in national and european research projects.
Familiar with the working enviroment of National and International authorities with founding procedures for project implementation (from project idea to evaluation).
Produced more than 100 papers published on international journal with referees.
2008: Course in Management of programmes for communicable diseases control in Sub-Saharan Africa, Tropical Medicine, 2007.
2007: Post Graduate Diploma, Tropical Medicine and International Health (Troped core-course), Brescia, Italy.
2003: Specialization in Occupational Medicine, University of Rome Tor Vergata, Rome, Italy.
1999: Degree as Medical Doctor, University of Rome Tor Vergata, Rome, Italy.
1994: Ph.D. degree on Biotechnology, Biotechnology Center, Cranfield Institute of Technology, U.K.
1992: Specialization in Applied Biotechnologies (full marks and honours), University of Rome La Sapienza, Rome, Italy.
1987: State exam for the qualification at the National Council of Biology.
1983: Degree in Biological Sciences (full marks and honors), University of Rome La Sapienza, Rome, Italy.
1976: B.A. with full marks (Liceo Scientifico), Rome, Italy.
2002 to date: associate professor in Chemistry and Biochemistry, Faculty of Medicine, School of Medicine, StateUniversity of Rome Tor Vergata, Rome, Italy.
1993 to date: teacher of both Chemistry and Biological Chemistry in the Faculty of Medicine and in master degree in Nursery, Biomedical Laboratory Technicians and Dietology, Radiology, Podology, Orthopaedics.
1990-94: Ph.D. student at the Biotechnology Center, Cranfield Institute of Technology, Cranfield, U.K.
1986 to 2002: technician with research functions at the Department of Experimental Medicine and Biochemical Sciences, Second University of Rome, Rome, Italy.
1985: “Guest Worker” at the Physical Biochem. Laboratory (Chief Prof. J.R. Hobbs), Westminster Medical School, Westminster Hospital, London, U.K.
1984: Post doctoral research assistant at the Institute of Experimental Medicine, National Council of Research,Rome, Italy.
1984: Research associate at the Institute of Pathology, Laboratory of Oncology.
1981-1983: Undergraduate fellow carried out at the E.N.E.A. C.R.E. Casaccia (Rome), Laboratory of Pathology.
1985: Fellowship of Italian Association of Cancer Research (A.I.R.C.).
1985: Fellowship of Italian Society of Immunopharmacology (I.S.I.P.).
2007: Recipient of IdC Foundation Scholarship: “Management of programmes for communicable diseases control in Sub-Saharan Africa”, Tanzania.
Patent MI2007A 001163 applied the 08th/06/2007 “Arilsolfonammidi della beta-carbolina, metodo per prepararle e composizione che le comprende”.
Inventors: Topai Alessandra, Rossano Eugenio Claudio, Rech Francesca, Breccia Perla, Cerbara Ilaria, Marini Stefano, Coletta Massimiliano.
Patent owner: C4T a.r.l.
WORK EXPERIENCE AND MAIN SCIENTIFIC ACTIVITIES
1) Laboratory development and managing.
2) Molecular biology techniques
3) Microbiology techniques.
4) Immunobiosensors for analisys of enviromental pollution and food contaminants.
5) Cellular immunology
7) Cell culture and monoclonal antibody production
8) Drug design and HTS
9) Activity evaluation of new drugs against parasites.
2011 to date: Chemistry and introductory biochemistry course. School of Medicine (english course)
2003 to date: Monoclonal antibody course. Biotechnology Degree
2002 to date: Chemistry and introductory biochemistry course. School of Medicine (Italian course)
1993 to date: Chemistry and introductory biochemistry course. Bachelor degrees (Italian course)
1986-2001: lecturer for Chemistry and introductory biochemistry course. School of Medicine
1995-1998: lecturer for Medical Biochemistry. Nurses course