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Caporale Cinzia CV

  Cinzia Caporale

cinzia.caporale * itb.cnr.it
Institute of Biomedical Technologies, National Research Council - Section of Rome

Via dei Taurini N. 19, 00185 Rome, Italy

Voice: (+39) 06-49932999
FAX: (+39) 06-49937670

Research Area: Bioethics, Research Integrity, Biolaw

Cinzia Caporale is head of the Research Ethics, Bioethics, Biolaw and Biopolitics research unit at the ITB-CNR and head of the ITB-CNR Rome Section. She is the Coordinator of the CNR Research Ethics and Bioethics Committee and represents CNR on the topic of Research Integrity at the international level. She is Adjunct Professor of Bioethics at Sapienza University of Rome (Faculty of Biotechonology and Life Sciences) and a member of the Italian National Bioethics Committee (appointed by the President of the Council of Ministers). She is President of the Ethics Committee of L. Spallanzani National Institute for Infectious Diseases, President of the Umberto Veronesi Foundation Ethics Committee and a member of the Courtyard of the Gentiles (Pontifical Council for Culture). She has been Chairperson of UNESCO's Intergovernmental Bioethics Committee for two mandates. Under her presidency the Universal Declaration on Bioethics and Human Rights was elaborated and adopted. She is director of the scientific journal The Future of Science and Ethics and a member of the Editorial Advisory Board of the Journal of Medicine and Philosophy. She is contributor to the newspaper "Il Sole 24Ore" (cultural insert "Domenica").


 


 Adamo Giorgia CV

  Adamo Giorgia

giorgia.adamo * itb.cnr.it
Institute of Biomedical Technologies, National Research Council - Section of Rome

Via dei Taurini N. 19, 00185 Rome, Italy

Voice: (+39) 06-49937654
FAX: (+39) 06-49937670

Research Area: Research Integrity, Medical ethics, Rights, safety and well being of human subjects involved in a clinical trial, Ethics committees

Degrees in Political Sciences and in Bioethics. Since 2014, she is research fellow at the Institute of Biomedical Technologies – Rome Section. Her research interests concern two different scientific areas: research ethics and integrity; ethics, deontology, laws and regulations regarding clinical trials on human subjects. She is the coordinator of the Technical Secretariat of the CNR Research Ethics and Bioethics Committee. She is also in charge of the Integrity Unit of the Secretariat, a technical body analysing fabrication/falsification/plagiarism of data. She is a member of the Editorial Office of the peer-reviewed, open-access scientific journal The Future of Science and Ethics, published by the Fondazione Umberto Veronesi. She collaborates in educational activities related to the course "Principles of Ethics and Bioethics, Principles of Business Law and Economics – Laboratory Organization, Instrumentation and Safety" (Sapienza University of Rome).


 


Annoni Marco CV

  Annoni Marco

marco.annoni * itb.cnr.it
Institute of Biomedical Technologies, National Research Council - Section of Rome

Via dei Taurini N. 19, 00185 Rome, Italy

Voice: (+39) 06-49932999
FAX: (+39) 06-49937670

Research Area: Bioethics

He graduated in philosophy and owns two PhDs, one in philosophy science and one in foundations and ethics of the life sciences. Since 2015, he is research fellow at the Institute of Biomedical Technologies in bioethics. His research interests concern the ethics of the doctor-patient communication and the ethics of using placebos in clinical and research settings. He is part of the Scientific Secretariat of the CNR Research Ethic and Bioethics Advisory Committee and of Secretary of the Ethics Committee of the Fondazione Umberto Veronesi, for which he also operates in the public engagement of science and ethics. He is the editor-in-chief of a newly launched, peer-reviewed, open-access scientific journal: The Future of Science and Ethics.


 


Antonucci Maria Cristina CV

  Antonucci Maria Cristina

Mariacristina.antonucci * itb.cnr.it
Institute of Biomedical Technologies, National Research Council - Section of Rome

Via dei Taurini N. 19, 00185 Rome, Italy

Voice: (+39) 06-49932999
FAX: (+39) 06-49937670

Research Area: Biopolitics, Sociology

1996 Degree in Political Science (Sapienza University of Rome)

2003 PhD in Sociology of Political Processes (Sapienza University of Rome)

2003-2005 Post-doc position in Political Science (Sapienza University)

2004-2016: Adjunct Professor in Sociology and Political Science in Sapienza University of Rome (Dept. Political Science), University of L'Aquila (Dept. of Humanities); University of Rome 3 (Dept. of Education). Author of several books and articles on political sociology.

Since 2010, researcher in social sciences at the Italian National Research Council (CNR).

Her research areas are: interest groups, advocacy and lobbying, third sector, biopolitics.


 


Carla Collicelli CV

  Carla Collicelli

carla.collicelli * itb.cnr.it
Institute of Biomedical Technologies, National Research Council - Section of Rome

Via dei Taurini N. 19, 00185 Rome, Italy

Voice: (+39) 06-49933896
FAX: (+39) 06-49937670

Research Area: Social Sciences for Health

Degree in Philosophy (La Sapienza University of Rome). Specialization in Social Science and Research (Goethe University in Frankfurt am Main, Germany). From 1980 to 2016, Research Director at Censis Foundation in Rome, from 1993 to 2016 as general Deputy Director. Adjunct Professor in Sociology of Health at La Sapienza University of Rome and in Sociology of Social Services at University of Rome 3. Founder of the European Network "Social Monitoring and Reporting" by the Villa Vigoni Italian German Foundation and Member of the Asvis Scientific Board (Alleanza italiana Sviluppo Sostenibile). Since 2017, she is associate researcher at the CNR Institute of Biomedical Technologies. Main research interests: health, health services, public ethics, integrity, wellbeing, sustainability and scientific research, welfare, family, migration.


 


Frandi Alessandro CV

  Frandi Alessandro

alessandro.frandi * itb.cnr.it
Institute of Biomedical Technologies, National Research Council - Section of Rome

Via dei Taurini N. 19, 00185 Rome, Italy

Voice: (+39) 06-49937656
FAX: (+39) 06-49937670

Research Area: European Union law, Privacy, Research Integrity

Degree in Political Sciences (University of Florence). Since 2011 he is technologist at the ITB Rome Section and in charge of the Integrity Unit of the Technical Secretariat - CNR Research Ethics and Bioethics Committee. Key responsibilities include: technical support of initiatives for the prevention of research misconduct at CNR; bibliographic support to the researchers of the ITB Rome Section, to the above mentioned Committee and its Scientific Secretariat; technical and organisational support for research projects; organisation of seminars and scientific meetings. He is in charge as Economo (administrative functions) of the Rome Section.


 


Mancini Elena CV

 Elena Mancini

elena.mancini * itb.cnr.it
Institute of Biomedical Technologies, National Research Council - Section of Rome

Via dei Taurini N. 19, 00185 Rome, Italy

Voice: (+39) 06-49937671
FAX: (+39) 06-49937670

Research Area: Bioethics, Ethics of research, health equity

Degree in Philosophy (1991). Specialisation in Bioethics Sapienza.

Expert of bioethics at the Presidency of the Council of Ministers (1993), she was then appointed as coordinator of the scientific secretariat of the National Bioethics Committee (2000-2001). She was adjunct professor of environmental ethics at the University of Siena from 2003 until 2006. She carried out the task of scientific promotion at the national registry PMA of the National Institute of Health from 2007 until 2009. Since 2001 she has been working at CNR as First Technologist and responsible of the scientific secretariat of the CNR Research Ethics and Bioethics Committee. She is furthermore in charge of the wp3 of the project "Centro per la ricerca di nuovi farmaci per le malattie rare, trascurate e della povertà". She published two monographs in addition to several papers in scientific reviews and chapters in edited volumes. She is also a member of the Scientific Board of the journal "The Future of Science and Ethics", published by the Fondazione Umberto Veronesi.


 


Laura Milita CV

  Laura Milita

laura.milita * itb.cnr.it
Institute of Biomedical Technologies, National Research Council - Section of Rome

Via dei Taurini N. 19, 00185 Rome, Italy

Voice: (+39) 06-49932123
FAX: (+39) 06-49937670

Research Area: Law, BioLaw

She's a lawyer with extensive experience in public and civil law, particularly in contractual and non-contractual liability, public procurement matters, public competitions, property rights, providing advice and assistance in legal disputes. Her current research projects focus on the study and analysis of ethical and legal issues related to the privacy protection of personal data and ethical and legal issues related to heterologous fertilization, surrogate maternity and stepchild adoption. She is part of the Scientific Secretariat of the CNR Research Ethic and Bioethics Advisory Committee on the activity aimed at the release of Ethical Clearance for research projects and on other legal issues.


 


Pavone Ilja Richard CV

  Pavone Ilja Richard

ilja.pavone * itb.cnr.it
Institute of Biomedical Technologies, National Research Council - Section of Rome

Via dei Taurini N. 19, 00185 Rome, Italy

Voice: (+39) 06-49937657
FAX: (+39) 06-49937670

Research Area: Bioethics, Environment, Animal Law

Ilja Richard Pavone gained his PhD in International Law and Human Rights at Sapienza University, Rome. He is Researcher of International Law at the National Research Council of Italy, Rome, where he coordinates the research unit in International, European and National Biolaw. He is part of the Scientific Secretariat of the CNR Research Ethic and Bioethics Advisory Committee. He is also Professor of Environmental Law at Tuscia University, Viterbo. In the past, he has taught at the universities of Rome (Sapienza), Venice (Venice International University), Macerata and Siena. He has been Visiting Professor at Queensland University, New York University, Bochum University and Max Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law and International Law (Heidelberg). He is author of over fifty publications, essays and articles in International Law and European Union Law, with a particular focus on Bioethics, Human Rights, Animal Law, International Health Law and Environmental Protection. He is also a member of the Scientific Board of the journal "The Future of Science and Ethics", published by the Fondazione Umberto Veronesi.


 


Pugliatti Tiziana CV

  Pugliatti Tiziana

tiziana.pugliatti * itb.cnr.it
Institute of Biomedical Technologies, National Research Council - Section of Rome

Via dei Taurini N. 19, 00185 Rome, Italy

Voice: (+39) 06-49933890
FAX: (+39) 06-49937670

Research Area: Administrative

Chief Accountant of Secondary Office in Rome for the CNR Research Ethics and Bioethics Committee and the CNCCS Project; accountancy operations; registration of contracts, service/purchase requests, invoices, payments; management of contracts and attendance of employees, mission expenses and staff duty travel, inventory; electronic registration of documents and files.


 


Rapallini Marta CV

  Rapallini Marta

marta.rapallini * itb.cnr.it
Institute of Biomedical Technologies, National Research Council - Section of Rome

Via dei Taurini N. 19, 00185 Rome, Italy

Voice: (+39) 06-49932999
FAX: (+39) 06-49937670

Research Area: European Charter of Researchers, Research Integrity

Architect, PhD in History of Science and Building Construction Techniques. She has been teacher and researcher in the fields of Mechanics, History of Mechanics, and Structural Mechanics. She has been President of the Italian PhD Association (ADI), for which she has been editor and co-author of books on the conditions of Italian researchers in Italy and abroad. In recent years she has held executive positions for co-ordination and support of policies involving higher education, research, right to education, and school buildings, at the Tuscany Region, at the Ministry of Education, University and Research (MIUR) and at the National Institute for Documentation, Innovation and Educational Research (INDIRE). Presently she is a senior postdoctoral fellow at the Institute of Biomedical Technologies (ITB), Rome section, working on a research project on the impact and perspectives of the European Charter of Researchers, she is also a member of the Scientific Secretariat of the CNR Research Ethics and Bioethics Committee, and she is a member of the technical staff of the President of CNR.


 


Stirparo Giuseppe Giovanni CV

  Stirparo Giuseppe Giovanni

giuseppe.stirparo * itb.cnr.it
Institute of Biomedical Technologies, National Research Council - Section of Rome

Via dei Taurini N. 19, 00185 Rome, Italy

Voice: (+39) 06-49933822
FAX: (+39) 06-49937670

Research Area: Bioethics, Research Integrity, Biolaw

Degree in Biology. Since 1982, he is technologist at the CNR-ITB. Current research interests: he participates in the research project Oplon, which aims to promote actions and methodologies finalized to prevent weakness and decline and to promote health of the elder projecting and developing instruments and nets of early diagnosis and of "care&cure".


 


Zagarella Roberta Martina CV

  Zagarella Roberta Martina

roberta.zagarella * itb.cnr.it
Institute of Biomedical Technologies, National Research Council - Section of Rome

Via dei Taurini N. 19, 00185 Rome, Italy

Voice: (+39) 06-49932999
FAX: (+39) 06-49937670

Research Area: Philosophy of Language, Argumentation Theory, Biopolitics

After gaining a Bachelor's and Master's Degree in Philosophy, Roberta Martina Zagarella received her PhD in "Philosophy of Language, Mind and Education Processes" and in "Langues et Lettres" under joint supervision from both the Università degli Studi di Palermo (Italy) and the Université libre de Bruxelles (Belgium) in 2014.

In 2015, she joined the CNR-ITB as a research fellow. She is part of the Technical and Scientific Secretariat of the CNR's Research Ethics and Bioethics Advisory Committee. She is also Peer Review Supervisor and member of the Editorial Board of the journal "The Future of Science and Ethics", published by the Fondazione Umberto Veronesi Ethics Committee.

Her research interests concern argumentation theory and rhetoric, with a particular focus on the biomedical and bioethical issues


 


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