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Liana Fattore

Liana Fattore, Italian pharmacologist, researcher. Recipient Travel award, National Institute Drugs and Abuse, 2002. Volunteer Regione Sardegna, Italy, 1992—2002; Member of Italian Society Neuropharmacology (associate), Italian Society Psychopharmacology (associate), Society Neurosci. (associate), Italian Society of Pharmacology (associate).

Background

  • Fattore, Liana was born on April 3, 1970 in Cagliari, Italy. Daughter of Antonio Fattore and Angela Troiani.

  • Education

    • Degree in Biological Sciences, University Cagliari, 1994. Degree in Natural Sciences, University Cagliari, 1997. Doctor of Philosophy in Neurosci., University Cagliari, 2002.

      Postgraduate, Cambridge University, England, 2001—2002.

    Career

    • Student researcher laboratory of histology and anatomy, department of ecology and animal biology University Cagliari, 1991—1994, postgraduate fellow, laboratory of behavioural pharmacology, department of neuroscience, 1995—1997, training in neuroscience, laboratory of behavioural pharmacology, department of neuroscience, 1997—2002. Cnr researcher Institute of Neuroscience National Research Council, Pisa, Italy, since 2002.

    Membership

    Volunteer Regione Sardegna, Italy, 1992—2002. Member of Italian Society Neuropharmacology (associate), Italian Society Psychopharmacology (associate), Society Neurosci. (associate), Italian Society of Pharmacology (associate).

    Personality

    Interests

    Trekking, travel, animal care.

    Connections

    • Married Damiano Deledda.
    • father: Antonio Fattore
    • mother: Angela Troiani
    • spouse: Damiano Deledda.
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    Born April 3, 1970
    (age 47)
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    • 1994
      University Cagliari
    • 1997
      University Cagliari
    • 2002
      University Cagliari
    • 1991 - 1994
      Student researcher, laboratory of histology and anatomy
    • 1997 - 2002
      Student researcher, laboratory of histology and anatomy
    • 2002
      cnr researcher, Institute of Neuroscience National Research Council
      Pisa, Toscana, Italy

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