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Giuseppe Pantaleo Edit Profile

Hematologist , researcher

Giuseppe Pantaleo, Italian hematologist, researcher. License medical doctor, hematologist. Recipient National Institutes of Health award of merit, Bethesda, 1993, National Institutes of Health Director' award, 1996, virology award Guido Lenghi and Flaviano Magrassi Foundation, Rome, 1996, Pfizer award in Infectious Disease and Immunology, Zürich, Cloëtta award in Medicine, ZÎrich, 2000.

Background

Pantaleo, Giuseppe was born on June 17, 1956 in Bari, Italy. Came to the United States, 1989-1996. Arrived in Switzerland, 1996.

Son of Romeo and Antonia (Florio) Pantaleo.

Education

Bachelor, University Orazio Flacco, Bari, Italy, 1974. Doctor of Medicine, University Bari, Italy, 1980.

Career

Resident Department Medicine, Bari, Italy, 1980—1981. Postdoctoral fellow Ludwig Institute Cancer Research, Lausanne, Switzerland, 1982—1987. Assistant professor department medicine University Bari, Italy, 1988.

Visiting associate National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, Maryland, 1989—1991. Visiting scientist National Institutes of Health, National Institute for Allergy and Infectious Diseases, 1991—1996. Professor department medicine, division immunology and allergy Central Hospital University Vaudois, Lausanne, Switzerland, 1996—1999, chief department immunology and allergy Switzerland, since 1999.

Visiting associate National Institute Allergy and Infectious Diseases, 1989-1991.

Achievements

  • License medical doctor, hematologist.

Connections

Married Cecilia Graziosi, February 6, 1995. Children: Francesca, Nicola.

father:
Romeo Pantaleo

mother:
Antonia (Florio) Pantaleo

spouse:
Cecilia Graziosi

children:
Nicola Pantaleo

Francesca Pantaleo