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Luca Moriconi

Clinical Pathology and Imunohematology - MED/05


Graduated in Medicine and Surgery with 110/110 cum laude at Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore of Rome, he specializes in Internal Medicine at the same University.
In 1996 he obtained the ECFMG certification and have been qualified to carry out the Medical profession in the United States.
He obtained a II Level University Master in Clinical Government for Internal Medicine at Università Carlo Cattaneo of Varese and subsequently in Health Economics and Management at Università Tor Vergata of Rome.
He was an associate professor of medical statistics and internal medicine at the three-year degree course in obstetrics at Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore of Rome.
Professor of Internal Medicine at FADOI (Federation of Internship Hospital Management Associations)
He is currently a Medical Director of Internal Medicine at Ospedale San Giovanni Addolorata in Rome.
The main research activities include:
The non-profit observational study of clinical, economic and organizational impact of the Sepsi Diagnostic Therapeutic pathway in Internal Medicine.
The international phase III multicenter clinical study on the reversibility of the anticoagulant effect of dabigatran.
The evaluation of invasive Candida infections in the Internal Medicine Departments.
He has also authored numerous articles and 72 publications.