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Geneticist , researcher

Carlo Vito Bruschi, Italian geneticist, researcher. Achievements include patents for method for the production of penicilling G amidase in the yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae, 1995; involved with National Aeronautics and Space Administration Space Biology Program, developed first international Microgravity Laboratory Mission STS-42 flown on Space Shuttle Discovery, 1992.

Background

Bruschi, Carlo Vito was born on May 10, 1952 in Genova, Italy. Son of Amedeo Bruschi and Violetta Biacca.

Education

Doctor, University Parma, 1976.

Career

Associate professor University North Carolina, Greenville, 1988—1989. Senior scientist, group leader ICGEB, Trieste, Italy, since 1989. Principal investigator National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Moffett Field, California, 1985—1993.

Achievements

  • Achievements include patents for method for the production of penicilling G amidase in the yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae, 1995. Involved with National Aeronautics and Space Administration Space Biology Program, developed first international Microgravity Laboratory Mission STS-42 flown on Space Shuttle Discovery, 1992.

Membership

Scientific Director national research project biotechnology II Italian Ministry for University and Research, Genova, 1999—2003. Member of Genetics Society of America (associate).

Connections

father:
Amedeo Bruschi

mother:
Violetta Biacca