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Caterina Cinti Edit Profile

biologist , researcher

Caterina Cinti, Italian biologist, researcher. Achievements include research in cellular and molecular biology, tumorigemesis, chemotheraphy and glue therapy. Fellow, European Human Genome Project, 1990-1994; grantee, North Atlantic Treaty Organization, 1994.

Background

Cinti, Caterina was born on April 5, 1961 in Civitanova Marche, I, Italy. Daughter of Cinti Adolfo and Berdini Flora.

Education

Bachelor of Science, University Bologna, 1985. Doctor of Philosophy, University Bologna, 1986.

Career

Postdoctoral fellow institute genetics University of Bologna, Bologna, 1986—1988. Product manager Miles-Ames, 1988—1990. Researcher National Council Research, 1990—1995, National Research Council senior staff researcher, since 1995.

Associate professor Temple University, Philadelphia, since 2002. Expert evaluator European Community, since 2001, MIUR, Italy, since 2002. Visiting scientist Medical Research Center, Edimburgh, Scotland, 1993, Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia, 1995—2001.

Professor for technical formation of National Research Council staff National Council Research, since 2001. Principal investigator National Research Council Grants, since 1999. Head coordinator MURST grant Ministero University e Ricerca, Roma, since 2000.

Scientific investigator National Institutes of Health, Philadelphia, 1997—2002. Committee member various professional conference.

Achievements

  • Achievements include research in cellular and molecular biology, tumorigemesis, chemotheraphy and glue therapy.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Co-author: Humana Press, 2002, Tumor Suppressor Genes as Diagnostic Tools. Contributing editor: Women's Oncology Review, 2001. Contributor articles to professional journals.

Connections

father:
Cinti Adolfo

mother:
Berdini Flora