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Biologist

Patrizia Daniela Vernole, Italian biologist. Achievements include research in chromosomal alterations that appear early, before clinical symptons, in rats infected by Gross leukemic virus; observations on a high chromosomal fragility in patients affected by neuroblastoma, especially in chromosomal bands often altered in tumor cells; and research gene mapping by ISH and cytogenetical effects of Chernobyl fallout.

Background

Vernole, Patrizia Daniela was born on April 18, 1954 in Lecce, Italy. Daughter of Aldo and Ada (Borrelli) V.

Education

Graduate in Biological Sciences, University La Sapienza, Rome, 1976; Specialist in Medical Genetics, University La Sapienza, Rome, 1979.

Career

Predoctoral fellow Institute Medical Genetics, Rome, 1975-1976; postdoctoral fellow Institute Human Genetics, Catholic University, 1977-1983, Netherlands Cancer Institute, Amsterdam, 1983-1984; researcher department cell biology University Tor Vergata, Rome, since 1984; Referee Biotechniques, Tumori, Cell Death and Differentiation. Contributor articles to professional journals.

Achievements

  • research in chromosomal alterations that appear early, before clinical symptons, in rats infected by Gross leukemic virus

  • observations on a high chromosomal fragility in patients affected by neuroblastoma, especially in chromosomal bands often altered in tumor cells

  • and research gene mapping by ISH and cytogenetical effects of Chernobyl fallout.

  • Achievements include research in chromosomal alterations that appear early, before clinical symptons, in rats infected by Gross leukemic virus; observations on a high chromosomal fragility in patients affected by neuroblastoma, especially in chromosomal bands often altered in tumor cells; and research gene mapping by ISH and cytogenetical effects of Chernobyl fallout.

  • Achievements include research in chromosomal alterations that appear early, before clinical symptons, in rats infected by Gross leukemic virus; observations on a high chromosomal fragility in patients affected by neuroblastoma, especially in chromosomal bands often altered in tumor cells; and research gene mapping by ISH and cytogenetical effects of Chernobyl fallout.

Religion

Roman Catholic

Membership

  • European Society Human Genetics

  • Association Italian Genetists

  • Association Italian Citogen. Medical

  • Ordine Dei Biologi

  • European Environmental Mutagen Society

Connections

father:
Aldo

mother:
Ada