Livia Roseti, Biologist

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Livia Roseti, Biologist
Biologist RAMSES Laboratory

Personal information - Education and work experience

Biologist, Clinical pathology specialist

Head of production

Degree in Biology in 1997 at the University of Bologna, cum laude.

Eligibility to perform the duties of the Qualified Person at pharmaceutical factories obtained in 2006.
Specialization in Clinical Pathology awarded in 2004 at the University of Bologna, cum laude.
Registration in the National Bar of Biologists in 2000.
Qualification as a biologist in 1999.

Since 2014 she works at the Laboratory RAMSES with the aim to implement the quality assurance system, with a particular interest in the Good Laboratory Practice.
From 2005 to 2013 she has worked as "Head of Production" for somatic cell therapy products at the Cell Factory, c/o the Musculoskeletal Tissue Bank of the Rizzoli Orthopaedic Institute. Initially, the activity consisted in the development of methods for culturing human chondrocytes in cleanroom, according to "Good Manufacturing Practice" (GMP). Since September 2006, the validated process of culturing chondrocytes on scaffolds has been applied, with the purpose of autologous implantation, on many patients of the hospital.
From 1999 to 2005 she has worked as a research fellow/associate mainly in the field of musculoskeletal tissue cell culture for applications in regenerative medicine and rheumatology at the Laboratory of Immunology and Genetics, Research Institute Codivilla Putti-Rizzoli Orthopaedic Institute. She has also applied cell culture methods at the Laboratory of Molecular Medicine and Neuroscience, National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NINDS), National Institutes of Health (NIH), Bethesda, Maryland, USA, where she focused her activity on cell line development.

Fluent english.

Knowledge of the Operating Systems for PCs and Office applications.

She has held positions as a contract professor for the course of Cell Culture Laboratory within the Degree in Biotechnology at the University of Bologna. She is assistant supervisor for degree theses.

She has published several articles in impact factor/indexed journals in the fields of rheumatology, tissue engineering, oxidative stress and, more recently, of the Good Manufacturing Practice.
She has contributed to the writing of the e-book "Biomaterials Science and Engineering" edited by Rosario Pignatello, ISBN 978-953-307-609-6, InTech, September 9, 2011.
She has participated, as Head of Production, in the "Clinical Protocol for the repair of cartilage defects with autologous chondrocyte transplantation".
She has attended several national and international congresses, also with a podium presentation or a poster.
She has attended several courses in the field of regenerative medicine and GMP; more recently she has been a teacher in courses concerning the implementation of a quality system in compliance with GMP.

Advanced Therapies, Italian and European regulatory framework concerning cell therapies, musculoskeletal tissue regenerative medicine, tissue engineering in orthopedics, clinical trials, experimental treatments, cell cultures in GMP, translational research, risk analysis, Good Laboratory Practice.

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