Patrizia Scapini

foto,  February 19, 2018
Position
Assistant Professor
Department of
Medicine
Academic sector
MED/04 - EXPERIMENTAL MEDICINE AND PATHOPHYSIOLOGY
Office
Istituti Biologici Blocco A - Biblioteca Meneghetti,  Floor 1,  Room 58
Telephone
0458027556
Fax
0458027127
E-mail
patrizia|scapini*univr|it <== Replace | with . and * with @ to have the right email address.
employed in different departments
  • Assistant Professor from 11/1/06 to 2/28/10 Department of Pathology [Department deactivate from 5/24/10. Confluito nel nuovo dipartimento di Patologia e Diagnostica]
  • Scholarship holder from 1/1/03 to 10/31/06 Department of Pathology [Department deactivate from 5/24/10. Confluito nel nuovo dipartimento di Patologia e Diagnostica]
  • Assistant Professor from 8/1/15 to 10/31/19 Department Medicine
  • Assistant Professor from 3/1/10 to 7/31/15 Department Pathology and Diagnostics [Department deactivate from 7/31/15. ]

Documents

Curriculum

Modules in the last two academic years
Name Total credits E-lrng Teacher credits Modules offered by this teacher
Biomedical sciences and action of risk factors  (2019/2020)   6    PATOLOGIA GENERALE
FUNDAMENTALS OF MEDICAL CLINIC IN PHYSIOTHERAPY  (2019/2020)   5    PATOLOGIA GENERALE
General pathology and pharmacology  (2019/2020)   8    PATOLOGIA GENERALE
Pathology and general dentistry  (2019/2020)   6    PATOLOGIA GENERALE
Sciences introduction to the medical profession  (2019/2020)   7  TIROCINIO DI SCIENZE PROPEDEUTICHE ALLA PROFESSIONE MEDICA TIROCINIO DI RICERCA [Patologia generale - Dott.ssa Scapini]
Biomedical sciences and action of risk factors  (2018/2019)   6    PATOLOGIA GENERALE
Pathology  (2018/2019)   4    PATOLOGIA GENERALE
Sciences introduction to the medical profession  (2018/2019)   7  TIROCINIO DI SCIENZE PROPEDEUTICHE ALLA PROFESSIONE MEDICA TIROCINIO DI RICERCA [Patologia generale - Gruppo Dott.ssa Scapini]

Gli insegnamenti degli anni accademici precedenti sono consultabili dal catalogo dell'offerta formativa, specificando Anno Accademico e Docente.


Skills
Topic Description Research area
inflammation Studies on the mechanisms utilized by innate immune cells to modulate inflammatory and immune responses. In particular, the studies are focused in gaining new insights on the role of neutrophils and monocyte/macrophages in autoimmune diseases and cancer. Immunology - Immunology





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