Giada Lullini, MD

Giada Lullini, MD
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Personal information - Education and work experience

24/02/1981
Medical Doctor with specialization in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

PhD student at University of Bologna, temporary researcher at University of Bologna in agreement with Motion Analysis Laboratory, Istituto Ortopedico Rizzoli, Bologna

Degree in Medicine and Surgery in 2008 at University of Bologna with mark 110/110 with honours

Specialization in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation in 2014 at University of Bologna with mark 110/110 with honours

From April 2015 to June 2016  service as doctor specialized in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at Baggiovara Hospital (Modena) and Santa Maria Nuova Hospital (Reggio Emilia) inside PRECISA Regional Project.

PhD student at University of Bologna, temporary researcher at University of Bologna in agreement with Motion Analysis Laboratory, Istituto Ortopedico Rizzoli, Bologna.

English: excellent

French: fluent

Movement analysis Systems including inertial motion units, systems for pedobaroghaphic evalution and dynamic electromyography.

Assistant at University of Bologna in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, member of examination committee for Internal Medicine and medical-surgical clinic of locomotion apparatus teachings in Medicine and Surgery Course.

 

She has participated to Current, Finalized, Regional and European research projects.

She is member of different scientific societies: SIAMOC (Italian Society of Movement Analysis), SIMFER( Italian Society of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation), ISMULT (international society of muscles, tendons and ligaments)

Member of scientific and organizing committee of National Congress of residents in physical medicine and rehabilitation.

She is author of 50 presentations at national and international congresses.

She is author of publications in national and international journals with impact factor. 

Movement analysis, pedobarograhpy, joint biomechanics  particularly study of foot and lower limb in rheumatologic, diabetic, elderly and pediatric patients. 3D printing applied to medicine. Research in new technologies applied to rehabilitation, inertial motion units, biofeedback systems in rehabilitation field

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