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Barbara Tavazzi

Biochemistry - Bio/10


In 1985 Professor Tavazzi graduated in Biological Sciences, and in 1991 obtained the doctoral research degree in Biochemistry.

In 2021 she became Full Professor of Biochemistry (scientific field BIO/10) at UniCamillus.

From 2001 to 2021 she has been Associate Professor of Biochemistry at Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Rome for the degree course of Medicine and Surgery.

Simultaneously, she has been assigned as First Level Assistant Director for the Operational Unit Analysis I (Clinical Chemistry) related to the Laboratory and Infectious Diseases Diagnostic Area of Fondazione Policlinico Gemelli-IRCCS.

From 2001 to 2002 she has been a Confirmed Researcher in Biochemistry at the Department of Experimental Medicine and Biochemical Sciences, Faculty of Medicine, University of Rome “Tor Vergata,” and at the same Department was employed, from 1991 to 2001, as a Graduate Technical Officer (VIII Functional Qualification). In 1991, he received the degree of Ph.D. in Biochemistry (Ph.D. equated).

In addition, she is a “peer reviewer” for various and renowned international journals with high Impact Factor and Quartile value; she is a Member of the Editorial Board of the international journal Antioxidants (Basel) (MDPI Ed.) and of various Special Issues. She is also an external reviewer of International Research Projects. Since 2012, she is also a Member of the MIUR Roll of Reviewers for the evaluation of ministerial research programs for the following European Research Council Sectors: LS1_2-General biochemistry and metabolism; LS2_4-Metabolomics; LS5_3-Neurochemistry and Neuropharmacology.

The research activity to date has resulted in 167 publications in International Journals (in extenso, high Impact Factor and belonging to the Q1 and Q2 quartiles) and National Journals (in extenso, with impact factor) – 10 international book chapters (accompanied by ISBN and DOI); – 78 abstracts of Congresses published in International Journals. – more than 185 abstracts of papers presented, both as speaker and poster, at National and International Congresses (high bibliometric indexes).