Prof. Eugenio Gaudio, head of the Pharmacy and Medicine department of La Sapienza University in Rome, will be at the Rizzoli Orthopeadic Institute in Bologna (Lecture Hall, Research Centre, via Barbiano 1/10) on Tuesday, May 21st at 12 noon, for a scientific lecture about hepatocyte stem cells: origins, characteristics and possible functions in the therapy of chronic liver disease.
Graduated in Medicine at the Rome University and specialized in Internal Medicine, Eugenio Gaudio was head of Medicine and Surgery department of L’Aquila University and deputy head of the Pharmacy and Medicine department of La Sapienza University in Rome. Author of over 400 scientific publication, prof. Eugenio Gaudio dealt with topics about the liver’s structure and ultrastructure, experimental hepatology and the microcirculation of organs. His research activity affects the main structural, micro circulator and histophysiologies aspects of the liver and bile duct in the human pathology.
The appointment is part of the series of meetings with the leaders of the international biomedical research, supported by the Rizzoli scientific director Francesco Antonio Manzoli.Prof. Gaudio teaches human, physiological and clinical Anatomy; he is also supervisor of the Permanent Conference of Italian Medicine and Surgery department deans, and, from 2010, head of the Pharmacy and Medicine department of La Sapienza University in Rome.