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Maria Gabriella Campadelli

Professor emeritus

Alma Mater Studiorum - Università di Bologna

Curriculum vitae

Full Professor of Microbiology and Virology,

University of Bologna

Department of Experimental, Diagnostic and Specialty Medicine  

 

EDUCATION.   

Sc. Dr., University of Bologna.

Specialization in Virology, University of Bologna.

 

EDITORIAL ACTIVITY,

             Ed. Board, Journal of Virology (2005 --).

             Ed. Board, Pathogens and Disease (FEMS) (2013)

             Referee of Nature, Nat Rev Microbiol, Nat Rev Biotech, Lancet, PNAS USA, Virology, J. Gen Virol, Cell. Microb, J Biol Chem, J Med Virol.

 

EUROPEAN SOCIETY for VIROLOGY - Founding Member, Exec. Board,

EUROPEAN ACADEMY OF MICROBIOLOGY- Founding Member

ITALIAN SOCIETY OF VIROLOGY - Founding Member. 

AMERICAN ACADEMY OF MICROBIOLOGY - Ambassador

 

SCIENTIFIC SOCIETIES.

          Elected to “Accademia delle Scienze - Istituto di Bologna”.

           Member of ASM, ASV, SIMGBM, SIM

 

AWARDS.

          Accademia Nazionale dei Lincei, 2000.

          Pasteur Institute, Athens (1997)

    

PATENTS.

          Three patents.

 

MEETINGS.

          Co-organizer of 9°-15° "International Conference On Immunobiology And Prophylaxis Of Human Herpesvirus Infections",

          2nd--5th European Congress of Virology.

          Congresses of SIV (2001-2009).

 

GRANTS.

          Coordinator of EC grants,  TargetHherpes, VI FP, and IV FP.

          Grants from MIUR, CNR (Biotechnology, Genetic Engineering), private foundations  (AIRC, Telethon), AIDS Project from Ministry of Health.

 

COMMITTEES-

          EUROPEAN RESEARCH COUNCIL, member LS6

          Committees from DGXII Health Commission, Brussels, EU.

          Health Research Committee from Italian Ministry of Health (2000-2006).

 

RESEARCH INTEREST.

          Author of about 120 papers published in International journals.

          Editor of books

 

MAJOR FIELDS OF INTEREST:

Long term interest in the field of Molecular Herpesvirology Molecular basis of herpes simplex virus (HSV) entry into the cell and exit out of the cell. B-herpesviruses:human herpesvirus-6 and human herpesvirus-7. Design and activity of oncolytic HSVs retargeted to tumor-specific receptors.