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Maurizio Giorelli Edit Profile

Neurologist , researcher

Maurizio Giorelli, Italian neurologist, researcher. Achievements include discovery of role of interferon beta in regulating blood-brain barrier activities; discovery of role of interferon beta in the regulation of G protein coupled receptors, and molecular biology of adhesion molecules; discovery of involvement of the neuro-immune system in the physiopathology of multiple sclerosis.

Background

Giorelli, Maurizio was born on August 18, 1970 in Bari, Italy. Son of Nicola Giorelli and Rosa Del Monaco.

Education

Doctor of Medicine, University Bari, 1996. Postgraduate, University Bari, since 2002.

Career

Resident neurology University Bari, 1997—2002. Visiting scientist C.20 - Mario Negri Sud-S.Maria Imbaro, Italy, 1999—2000.

Achievements

  • Achievements include discovery of role of interferon beta in regulating blood-brain barrier activities. Discovery of role of interferon beta in the regulation of G protein coupled receptors, and molecular biology of adhesion molecules. Discovery of involvement of the neuro-immune system in the physiopathology of multiple sclerosis.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles to professional journals.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Swimming, fencing, dance, theater, reading.

Connections

father:
Nicola Giorelli

mother:
Rosa Del Monaco