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|Hypertension||o Experimental and clinical aspects of arterial hypertension and cardiovascular risk factors o Experimental and clinical aspects of endothelial function and oxidative stress. o Experimental and clinical aspects of arterial stiffness o Oxidative stress, isoprostanes and platelet activation in cardiovascular disease o Eicosanoids in the development of renovascular hypertension, essential hypertension and pre-eclampsia o Heritability of blood pressure and blood pressure variability. o Heritability of metabolic syndrome and its individual components. o Genes implicated in blood pressure regulation and metabolic syndrome development o Monogenic forms of hypo-/hypertension and in particular Gitelman syndrome o Pharmacogenetics of antihypertensive and other types of cardiovascular drugs o Nutritional aspect in the development of obesity and hypertension in children and adults o Nutritional aspect in the development of early vascular damage o Experimental and clinical aspects of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease o Pathophysiology of hypertension induced by anti-angiogenic drugs. o Vascular changes during physiologic and pre-eclamptic pregnancy.||Cardiac & Cardiovascular Systems|
|Acute and chronic heart failure||Cardiac & Cardiovascular Systems|
|Teaching Staff Body for the Doctorate in Chronic Degenerative Diseases|
|Consiglio del Dipartimento di Medicina - Department Medicine|
|member||Council for the Department of Biomedical and Surgical Science Cardiology Section|