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educator , Medical researcher

Franco Lori, Italian medical researcher, educator. Recipient International Travel award United States of America-Italy Cooperative Treaty Technology Transfer award, National Cancer Institute, 1989, Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome Research award, Ministry Health Italy, 1990-1993, Technology Transfer award, National Institutes of Health, 1993, Heroes in Medicine award, International Association Physicians In Aids Care, 2000.


Lori, Franco was born on September 23, 1958 in Salsomaggiore Terme, Parma, Italy. Son of Renato Lori and Filomena Carretta.


Doctor of Medicine magna cum laude, University Parma, 1983. Doctor of Philosophy in Hematology magna cum laude, University Pavia, Italy, 1986.


Intern in medicine University Parma, 1979—1983, volunteer assistant Institute Medical Pathology, 1983—1986. Guest researcher laboratory tumor cell biology National Cancer Institute, National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, Maryland, 1989—1990. Science co-director, founder Research Institute For Genetic And Human Therapy, Washington, since 1994.

1st level director Fondazione Irccs Policlinico San Matteo, Pavia, 1995—2007. President, chairman board Virostatics, Sassari, Italy, since 2007. Member administrative council University Parma, 1979—1983.

Adjunct associate professor microbiology and immunology George Washington University, Washington, since 1996. Member science advisory board Global Healthcare Organization, since 2001. Member review board XIV International Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome Conference, Barcelona, 2002.


Member of American Association for the Advancement of Science (associate).


Married Emanuela Montagna. Children: Rodolfo, Eugenio.

Renato Lori

Filomena Carretta

Emanuela Montagna

Rodolfo Lori

Eugenio Lori