• gabriella.dorazi@unicamillus.org

Gabriella D'Orazi

General Pathology - MED/04


She has received the MD degree and the PhD degree in Experimental Medicine at the University of Rome, La Sapienza, in the Department of Experimental Medicine; she has then received a Master in Human Nutrition.

She worked for 4 years as Fogarty Fellow and Senior Scientist at the National Cancer Institute (NCI), National Institute of Health, Bethesda (MD, USA).

She worked as Visiting Scientist at the National Institute of Cancer Regina Elena, in Rome, in the Molecular Oncogenesis laboratory where she is Senior Scientist since 2000.

Since 1992 she was working as Assistant Professor in General pathology (MED/04) at the University “G. D’Annunzio” in Chieti; in 2017 she became Associate Professor of General Pathology in the same University where she teaches pathology in Bsc, MSc, Medical School, specialization school and master courses, also as coordinator. She is vice-president of the Master Degree in Dietitian and she has also been part of several academic committees. 

She has been contract professor in 2017/2018 in the Biology Course Department of Sciences, Univerisity Roma Tre, in Rome.

She has been shared Professor with the Unicamillus University in Rome, in the academic years from 2020/2021 to 2023/2024, where she taught pathology and physiopathology in several courses.

She is group leader at the “Regina Elena” National Cancer Institute in Rome where her research mainly focuses on the study of the molecular mechanisms of oncosuppressor p53 regulation in tumor progression, on the regulation of p53 apoptotic activator HIPK2, and on novel diagnostic tumor markers. She received National and International research grants.

She is serving as an editorial member of several scientific journals. She has been Deputy Editor for Journal of Experimental and Clinical Cancer Research.

She has authored about 133 peer reviewed articles (Number of citations: 11.476; H index: 43; Science Citation Index 2024).

She is contract professor at the Unicamillus University in Rome.