Raimondi Lavinia, PhD
Health Researcher - Omic Science Platform for Personalized Orthopedics
1997: Degree in Biological Sciences, University of Palermo
- 2002: PhD in Cell and Developmental Biology, University of Palermo
- 1998: National qualification for the profession of Biologist, University of Palermo.
- From 2020: Health Researcher at the IOR, Omic Science Platform for Personalized Orthopedics (unit Surgical Sciences and Technologies)
- 2020: Health Researcher at the IOR, Omic Science Platform for Personalized Orthopedics
- 2019-20: Health Researcher at the IOR, Technological Platform for Tissue Engineering, Teranostics and Oncology
- 2018-21: Collaboration on the Clinical protocol Pre.Met.On developed in collaboration between the Technological Platform for Tissue Engineering, Teranostics and Oncology.and the Rizzoli-Sicilia Department (Bagheria, PA)
- 2015-19: Researcher at the IOR, Technological Platform for Tissue Engineering, Teranostics and Oncology. Collaboration Contract for the PON01_01059 project - Development of a new technological platform for the non-invasive treatment of oncological and infectious diseases based on the use of focused ultrasound
- 2013-14: Researcher (training grant) for the PON03_00011 project called "Training of highly qualified personnel in the use and enhancement of infrastructures and equipment in the field of teranostics and personalized medicine", IOR - Technological Platform for Tissue Engineering, Teranostics and Oncology
- 2011: Researcher for the AIRC "5xmille" research program at the Department of Experimental and Clinical Medicine, Laboratory of Medical Oncology, University of Magna Graecia, Catanzaro
- 2006-10: Researcher at the Department of Oncohematology, Laboratory of Angiogenesis and Endothelial Cells, Bambino Gesù Pediatric Hospital, Rome
- 2003-05: Researcher at the Department of Cell Biology and Development, University of Palermo.
Fluent written and spoken English.
Excellent computer skills and competence on Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Power Point), graphics applications (Adobe Illustrator™, PhotoShop™, GraphPAD) and bioinformatical tools.
- Study on signal transduction mechanisms involved in tumor progression within the tumor microenvironment
- Tumorigenic role of multiple myeloma and osteosarcoma exosomes in bone disease
- Molecular characterization and identification of novel tumoral markers
- Identification and characterization of predictive factors for the onset of bone metastases in cancer patients
- Identification of circulating non-coding RNAs in adolescent idiopathic scoliosis.