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biophysicist , physiologist , researcher , medical educator

Camillo Peracchia was Italian physiologist, biophysicist, researcher, medical educator. Certified doctor in medicine and surgery 1962, Educational Council Foreign Medical Graduate 1967. Member of Biophysical Society, American Society Cell Biology.

Background

Peracchia, Camillo was born on March 31, 1938 in Milan. Son of Luigi Peracchia and Ida Magnocavallo.

Education

Doctor of Medicine summa cum laude, University Milan, 1962.

Career

Assistant professor physiology University Rochester, Medical Center, New York, 1970—1975, associate professor physiology, 1975—1979, tenured associate professor physiology, 1979—1983, professor physiology, 1983—1996, acting chair department physiology, 1995, professor pharmacology and physiology, 1996—2007, professor emeritus pharmacology and physiology. Visiting associate professor anatomy Harvard University, Medical Center, Boston, 1978. Member cell biology and physiology study section National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, Maryland, 1991—1994, national reviewers research, since 1994.

Achievements

  • Certified doctor in medicine and surgery 1962, Educational Council Foreign Medical Graduate 1967.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Editor: Biophysics of Gap Junction Channels, Handbook of Membrane Channels - Molecular and Cellular Physiology, Gap Junctions - Molecular Basis of Cell Communication in Health and Disease.

Membership

Member of Biophysical Society, American Society Cell Biology.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Skiing, windsurfing, travel.

Connections

Married Lillian Mae Leverone. Children: Luigi Francesco, Carla Maria, Tanya Elena.

father:
Luigi Peracchia

mother:
Ida Magnocavallo

spouse:
Lillian Mae Leverone

children:
Luigi Francesco Peracchia

Carla Maria Peracchia

Tanya Elena Peracchia