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Giogio Trinchieri Edit Profile

director , Immunologist

Giogio Trinchieri, Italian immunologist, director. Recipient Warner Bros. Coley award for Distinguished Research in Basic Clinical Immunology, Cancer Research Institute, 1996; grantee, National Institutes of Health, 1990-1999. Member of American Society Immunologists, International Interferon Society, Society Natural Immunity, American Association Cancer Research, International Immunology (transmitting editor).

Background

Trinchieri, Giogio was born on December 7, 1947 in Torino, Italy.

Education

Doctor of Medicine summa cum laude, University Torino, 1973.

Career

Assistant professor Department Medical Genetics University Torino, 1973—1976. Associate scientist The Wistar Institute, Philadelphia, 1975—1977. Investigator Swiss Institute Experimental Cancer Research, Lausanne, Switzerland, 1977—1979.

Associate professor The Wistar Institute, 1979—1986, professor, 1987—1999. Director Schering Ploug Laboratory for Immunological Research, Dardilly, France, since 1999. Adjunct professor Wistar Institute, since 1999.

Visiting professor Department Medicine University Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, 1986—1989, since 1990. Visiting professor Department Microbiology University Pisa, Italy, 1991. Visiting professor Paris (France)-Sud XI University, Paris, 1997—1999.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Member editorial board: Journal Immunology, 1980-1984, Monoclonal Antibody News, since 1982, Journal Clinical Immunology, 1984-1988, Natural Immunity and Cell Growth Regulation, since 1984, Journal Experimental Medicine, since 1987, Journal National Cancer Institute, 1988-1990, Cellular Immunology, since 1988, Immunopharmacology, since 1990, International Journal Oncology, since 1993, Hybridoma, since 1996, Cytokine and Growth Factor Reviews, since 1996, European Journal Immunology, since 1998, section editor: Clinical Immunology, since 1998, associate editor: Cancer Research, since 1990.

Membership

Member of American Society Immunologists, International Interferon Society, Society Natural Immunity, American Association Cancer Research, International Immunology (transmitting editor).