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Bavelloni Alberto, PhD


Date of Birth


Current assignment

Senior Health Professional Collaborator

Title of qualification awarded

Degree in Biological Science, final grade 110/110, University of Ferrara.

Other qualifications awarded

Diploma for Technician Histopathology (50/50 cum laude), University of Ferrara.
PhD in Human Morphology and Molecular Sciences, University of Bologna.

Positions held
  • 2007-18: Organizational position on the development of proteomics projects.
  • 2001: Technical Coordinator of Biomedical Laboratory, level Ds.
  • 2001: Biomedical Laboratory Technician, level D.
  • 1991: winner of the public competition for a position as Medical Laboratory Technician, Level 6, at the Laboratory of Cell Biology and Electron Microscopy of the Rizzoli Orthopaedic Institute.
  • 1990: winner of the public competition for a position as Assistant Laboratory Technician, Level 6, Institute of Microbiology of the University of Ferrara.

English: good.


Excellent knowledge of word processing applications, presentations, and Internet browsers.
Good knowledge of spreadsheets, page layout and image processing programs.

Teaching activities

Co-rapporteur for degree theses in Medical Biotechnology, University of Bologna.

Scientific activities
  • 2016-2019: collaborator - AIRC project.
  • 2008: collaborator of the FIRB National Network for Human Proteomics within the Unit of Bologna, Department of Human Anatomy and Physiopathology of the locomotor system, University of Bologna. 
  • 2007: organizational position on the development of proteomics projects.
  • Since 2003 I work on proteomics applied to the study of signal transduction in leukemic cell lines and in the study of myogenic differentiation.
  • 2001: collaborator in the university research projcet titled "Mechanisms of action of TRAIL on human tumor cells and bone marrow." Coordinated by Prof. Nadir Mario Maraldi.
  • 1993: Head of a research project by the Laboratory entitled "Immunocytochemical localization of phosphoinositides and enzymes involved in signal transduction in osteoblast cell lines".
Clinical and/or Scientific interests
Analysis of Phosphoinositide 3 kinase (PI3K)/Akt signaling pathway and its constitutive activation in the pathogenesis and progression of sarcomas. Analysis of synergistic effects between chemotherapeutic agents and PI3K/Akt/mTOR inhibitors in sarcomas.