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Paolo De Paolis

Nephrology - Ssd Med/14


Paolo De Paolis was born in Rome on May the 12 th 1961. Degree in Medicine and Surgery at “La Sapienza” University of Rome on March 1987. Post-graduate degree in General Surgery in 1992 and in Nephrology in 2000 in Tor Vergata University of Rome. In 1997 has obtained doctorate in Surgical Pathophysiology in “La Sapienza” University of Rome.

Teacher in Post-graduate School in Nephrology from 2004 to 2009 and from 2012 to 2013 in Tor Vergata University of Rome.

From 2020 Teacher in Post-graduate School of Nephrology in Catholic University of Rome and from 2021 Teacher in Degree of Dietetics in “La Sapienza” University.

In 2016 Head of UOS of Critical patients in ICU and kidney transplantation.

From 2019 Director of Nephrology-Dialysis and Kidney Transplant Unit in A.O.S. Camillo Forlanini in Rome and Chief of Kidney Transplant Program in Transplant Center POIT of Rome.

In 2020-2021 Post-graduate Master of Management of healthcare in ALTEMS of Catholic University of Rome

Short clinical stage in: Paris in 1994 (Prof. A. Meyrier), Vicenza in 1999 (Prof. V La Greca), Yale University in 2002 (Prof. Basadonna) and Wien University in 2004 (Prof. W.H. Horl), respectively for Transjugular kidney and liver biopsies and primitive nephropathies, renal replacement in Critical Unit, kidney transplant, Continuous renal replacement therapy and  Hemoperfusion Techniques.

His clinical activity and research is mainly devoted to the nephrological management in patients affected by acute kidney injury in critical unit, in patients with primitive and secondary nephropaties and kidney transplant in all its modality.

He published 50 papers on peer-reviewed journals and presented more than 100 abstracts at international and national congress. He was invited to more than 60 national and international conferences in the field of clinical nephrology and transplantation.

Member of Italian Society of Nephrology and of Italian Society of Organ Transplant

Elect of Council of Joint Study Group of SIN-SITO in 2017 and in Council of Interregional Section of Italian Society of Nephrology in 2022.