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Anna Capaldo

Anna Capaldo, Italian biologist, researcher. Achievements include demonstration of existence of paracrine relationships between the two tissues of the adrenal gland of the newt Triturus carnifex; research in Existence of paracrine relationships between the two tissues of the adrenal gland of the lizard Podarcis sicula. Fellow: Italian Society of Cell Cultures (associate).

Background

  • Capaldo, Anna was born on January 16, 1960 in Salerno, Italy. Daughter of Flora Torino and Vincenzo Capaldo.

  • Education

    • Laurea (cum laude), University Federico II, Naples, 1983. Doctor of Philosophy in Evolutionist Biology, University Federico II, Naples, 1989.

    Career

    • Researcher University Federico II, Naples, since 1991, full professor animal citology, since 1996. Referent for safety measures University Federico II, Naples, since 2006.

    Major achievements

    • Achievements include demonstration of existence of paracrine relationships between the two tissues of the adrenal gland of the newt Triturus carnifex. Research in Existence of paracrine relationships between the two tissues of the adrenal gland of the lizard Podarcis sicula.

    Works

    • Painting, Stone painting. Reviewer Journal Anatomy and Embriology, 2005.

    Membership

    Fellow: Italian Society of Cell Cultures (associate).

    Personality

    Interests

    Reading, gardening.

    Connections

    • Married Antonio Fulgieri, April 11, 1987. 1 child Lorenzo Fulgieri.
    • father: Flora Torino
    • mother: Vincenzo Capaldo
    • spouse: Antonio Fulgieri
    • child: Lorenzo Fulgieri Capaldo
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    Born January 16, 1960
    (age 57)
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    • 1983
      University Federico II
    • 1989
      University Federico II
    • 1991
      Researcher, University Federico The second
      Naples, Florida, United States