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researcher , Science educator

Mitri Palmi, Italian science educator, researcher. Fellow, Centor Nazionale delle Ricerche, Rome, 1986, European Science Foundation, European Training Program Brain and Behaviour, Strasburg, France, 1987-1988, Centro Nazioonale delle Ricerche, 1989, British Council, 1990. Member of Society Neurosci., Italian Society Pharmacology, Calium Club.


Palmi, Mitri was born on December 13, 1950 in Orbetello, Grosseto. Son of Aldo Palmi, Stefania Palmi.


Diploma di chimica, Istituto Tecnico Industriale, Siena, 1970. Degree in biology, University Siena, 1973.


Fellow faculty medicine University Siena, Italy, 1974—1981, assistant professor pharmacology Italy, 1981—1983, assistant professor pharm science Italy, 1983—2001, associate professor Italy, since 2001. Referee Neurosci. Journal, European Journal Neurosci. Visiting scientist University Oxford, 1987—1988, Trinity College, Dublin, 1987—1988, University Cambridge, 1995.

Lecturer molecular pharmacology University Siena, Italy, 1991—1995, teacher methods in pharmacological neuroanatomy, Italy, 1993, teacher biochemistry pharmacology, Italy, 93, lecturer toxicology, Italy, 95, organizer international symposium on taurine, Italy, 99. Lecturer bioenergetics Trinity College, Dublin, 1998—2000. Teacher neurobiology European Community, Siena, Italy, 1999.


  • Other Work

    • Contributor chapters to books The Mitochondrial Permeability Transition and Taurine, 2000, Effects of Taurine and Some Structurally Related Analogues on the Central Mechanism of Thermoregulation. A structure-activity relationship study, 2000, Antagonism By Taurine on the Ruthenium Red-Induced and 6-Hydroxydopamine Plus 1-methyl-4-phenylpyridinium-induced Ca2+ release from rat liver mitochondria, 1998, Effects of Taurine and Structurally-Related Analogues on Ca2+ Uptake and Respiration Rate in Rat Liver Mitochondria, 1996, Possible Involvement of Brain Calcium Metabolism in the Action of Taurine in Mammalian Thermoregulation, 1987, articles to numerous science and professional journals.


Member of Society Neurosci., Italian Society Pharmacology, Calium Club.


Married Matilde De Meo, August 23, 1949. Children: Francesaco, Virginia.

Aldo Palmi Palmi

Matilde De Meo

Francesaco Palmi

Virginia Palmi