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Caporale Cinzia CV

  Caporale Cinzia

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

Via dei Taurini N. 19, 00185 Rome, Italy

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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 (Master Degree in Medical Biotechnology) and since 2002 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 - IRCCS, a member of the Scientific Committee of the Courtyard of the Gentiles (Pontifical Council for Culture, Vatican), of the Alliance Against Cancer Commission for GDPR implementation and of the Veterinary and Agri-Food Bioethics Committee, and Honorary President of the Umberto Veronesi Foundation Ethics Committee. 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 was the Scientific Editor of the volume "Europe and Scientific Research" edited by Treccani (2018). 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

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Research Area: Research Integrity, Ethics committees, Bioethics

Degree in Political Sciences and in Bioethics. She is the head of the Technical Secretariat and member of the Scientific Secretariat of the CNR Research Ethics and Bioethics Committee, and supervisor of the Research Integrity Unit dedicated to the prevention and verification of falsification/fabrication of images and data and plagiarism of texts. She is Treasurer of ITB Rome Section. She is the head of the Scientific and Technical Secretariat of the Veterinary and Agri-Food Bioethics Institute and a member of the Editorial Office of the peer-reviewed and open-access scientific journal "The Future of Science and Ethics", published by the Umberto Veronesi Foundation. She is university tutor at Sapienza University of Rome (academic course: "Principles of Ethics and Bioethics, Principles of Business Law and Economics – Laboratory Organization, Instrumentation and Safety", Faculty of Biomedical Technologies).


 


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

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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 in bioethics at the Institute of Biomedical Technologies. His research interests concern the ethics of doctor-patient communication and the ethics of using placebos in clinical and research settings. He is member of the Scientific Secretariat of the CNR Research Ethics and Bioethics Committee and rapporteur of several working groups. He is the Coordinator of the Ethics Committee of the Umberto Veronesi Foundation, for which he also operates in the public engagement of science and ethics, and the editor-in-chief of the peer-reviewed and open-access scientific journal "The Future of Science and Ethics".  He is the author of over 50 scientific publications.


 


Antonucci Maria Cristina CV

  Antonucci Maria Cristina

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

Via dei Taurini N. 19, 00185 Rome, Italy

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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 at 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: interest groups, advocacy and lobbying, third sector, biopolitics.


 


Rosa Barotsi CV

  Rosa Barotsi

rosa.barotsi * cnr.it
Institute of Biomedical Technologies, National Research Council - Section of Rome

Via dei Taurini N. 19, 00185 Rome, Italy

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Research Area: Cultural and Media Studies

 

 

After an undergraduate degree in English Language and Literature, Rosa Barotsi completed an MPhil (2009) and then a PhD (2014) at the University of Cambridge (UK). She was postdoctoral fellow at the Institute for Cultural Inquiry in Berlin (Germany) from 2014 to 2016, conducting research in cultural and media studies. Rosa is an expert academic and scientific translator and proofreader.


 

 


Carla Collicelli CV

  Collicelli Carla

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

Via dei Taurini N. 19, 00185 Rome, Italy

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Research Area: Social Sciences for Health

Degree in Philosophy (Sapienza University of Rome). Specialization in Social Science and Research (DIIPF, Goethe University in Frankfurt am Main, Germany). From 1980 to 1992 Research Director, and from 1993 to 2016 General Deputy Director at Censis Foundation (Rome). Adjunct Professor in Sociology of Health at Sapienza University of Rome and in Sociology of Social Services at University of Rome 3. Founder of the European network "Social Monitoring and Reporting" at the Villa Vigoni Italian German Foundation, Member of the Asvis Scientific Board (Alleanza italiana Sviluppo Sostenibile), President of CPS Istituto regionale S. Alessio per ciechi, Vice-President of OPGA (Osservatorio giovani e Alcol). Since 2017, she is associate researcher at the CNR Institute of Biomedical Technologies of Rome. Main research interests: health, health services, wellbeing, sustainability and scientific research, welfare, family, migration, ethics and research integrity.


 


D'Antuono Emilia CV

  D'Antuono Emilia

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

Via dei Taurini N. 19, 00185 Rome, Italy

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Research Area: Bioethics, Moral Philosophy

Full Professor of Moral Philosophy at the University of Naples Federico II. Her main research interests concern ethics and bioethics, philosophical anthropology and political philosophy, with particular emphasis on the construction and role of the paradigm of otherness and of diversity in modern culture. In this context, she has focused on modern Jewish philosophy and on the possibility, which it entails, to reformulate ethical and political issues. She teaches Ethics, Moral Philosophy and Bioethics at the University of Naples Federico II where she has been Chair of the Doctoral School of Philosophy and of the Doctoral curriculum in Bioethics. She is Director of the research lab on "Ethics, Bioethics, Citizenship" within the Department of Social Sciences of the University of Naples Federico II. Member of the board of the MA in "Direzione, Management e Coordinamento delle Strutture Sanitarie, Sociali e Socio-Assistenziali Territoriali" (Department of Social Sciences of the University of Naples Federico II) and of the MA Management e Coordinamento dei Servizi Sanitari e Sociosanitari" (Department of Social Sciences of the University of Naples Federico II). She is member of the CNR Research Ethics and Bioethics Committee, member of the Scientific Committee of CIRB (Inter-University Center of Bioethical Research, Naples), member of the technical panel on Biomedical research set up by the Campania Region, and member of the editorial board of several scientific reviews such as Archivio di Storia della Cultura, Filosofia e Teologia, ISPF-LAB, and of the scientific board of the series "Crossing borders between the humanities and the life sciences" (Rome, CNR Edizioni).


 


 

Laura Milita CV

  Durst Ludovica

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

Via dei Taurini N. 19, 00185 Rome, Italy

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Research Area: Law and Ethics in Health

PhD in State Theory and Comparative Political Institutions (Sapienza University of Rome), Master degree in International Relations, and Master in Italian and European Parliamentary institutions (Sapienza University of Rome). Expert in Public and Constitutional Law, since 2014 she's been working on ethical and legal issues in healthcare, with special regard to privacy issues and e-health within some European projects. Since November 2017 she is Research Fellow at CNR - Institute of Biomedical Technologies. Main research interests: Healthcare systems and fundamental rights; sustainability and innovation in Health; privacy, data protection and new technologies.


 


Frandi Alessandro CV

  Frandi Alessandro

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

Via dei Taurini N. 19, 00185 Rome, Italy

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Research Area: European Union law, Privacy, Research Integrity

Degree in International Relations and European Studies («Cesare Alfieri» School, University of Florence). Since 2011 he is technologist at the ITB Rome Section and member of the Integrity Unit and of the Technical Secretariat of the CNR Research Ethics and Bioethics Committee. Key responsibilities include: technical support of initiatives for the prevention of research misconduct at CNR; bibliographic support; technical and organisational support for research projects; organisation of seminars and scientific meetings.

From April to September 2019, Frandi works at ITTIG-CNR. He develops the archive "Merito" of Italgiureweb aiming to implement guidelines for identifying routes towards re-establishing a database of judgements on the merits. Frandi is also in charge of the development of a repository containing caselaw related to bioethics and the right to healthcare.


 


 

Grignolio Andrea CV

  Grignolio Corsini Andrea

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

Via dei Taurini N. 19, 00185 Rome, Italy

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Research Area: Bioethics, Research Integrity, History of Medicine and of Science, Social Perception of Science

Ph.D. in History of Science, focuses his research on the history of biomedical disciplines, bioethics of preventive medicine and research integrity. He studied at the Centre Cavaillès of École Normale Supérieure in Paris (2004), was a Research Fellow (2002) and Post-doctoral Fellow (2006-2007) at the Center for Philosophy and History of Science at Boston University, Visiting Scholar at the Office for History of Science and Technology at UC Berkeley (2009), and ARD2020 Research Fellow at the University François-Rabelais of Tours, France (2016-17). He is the author of papers appeared on international journals and of the books Are They Worth a Shot?, Springer 2018; "Giuseppe Levi" (ed. by), Medicina nei Secoli, 2018, 30, 1; together with Cattaneo E., De Falco J., "Ogni giorno. Tra scienza e politica", 2016; with Beccaria G., "Scienza&Democrazia", 2014; Grignolio A. (ed. by), "Immunology Today. Three Historical Perspectives under Three Theoretical Horizons", Bononia UP, 2010. He teaches Medical Humanities and Bioethics at Vita-Salute San Raffaele University, Milan, and is a member of the Scientific Secretariat of the CNR Research Ethics and Bioethics Committee.


 


Grisanti Paola CV

  Grisanti Paola

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

Via dei Taurini N. 19, 00185 Rome, Italy

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Research Area: Reseach Integrity, Biology

Biological Science Degree (1987). Specialization in Biotechnology (1991). Postgraduate degree in Specialized translation EN>IT (2016-2017). 30 years of experience in research and diagnostics laboratories. Considerable experience in genetic and molecular biology of yeast and human genome. Participation in the Yeast Chromosome Sequencing Project and in the Human Genome Project. Contribution to the characterization of new thalassemia mutations in Italian population. Publications in collaboration. September 2017-2018: she attended an internship at the ITB (scientific translation). Since January 2019: research fellow in Research Integrity in the field of biological science and biomedicine and member of the Research Integrity Unit of the CNR Research Ethics and Bioethics Committee.


 


Liberatori Emiliano CV

  Liberatori Emiliano

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

Via dei Taurini N. 19, 00185 Rome, Italy

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Research Area: English,Italian Translation, Administration

Specialized in English/Italian translations of documents, books, brochures and websites for the CNR and the Research Ethics and Bioethics Committee. Expert in the technical, logistic and safety aspects of research, he has been working since 2002 in the management and administration of the Italian Arctic Station of the CNR. He has experience in the management and accounting of international projects and has worked for the European Science Foundation in Strasbourg in the organization of events at the European Parliament. Other administrative tasks include registration and management of contracts, service/purchase procedures, funds allocation and reimbursement, management of invoices and electronic invoicing.


 


Mancini Elena CV

 Mancini Elena

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

Via dei Taurini N. 19, 00185 Rome, Italy

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Research Area: Bioethics, Ethics of research, health equity

Degree in Philosophy (1991), Specialization in Bioethics, La Sapienza University of Rome. First Technologist ITB-CNR. Expert in bioethics at the Presidency of the Council of Ministers (1993) she was appointed as Coordinator of the scientific secretariat of the Italian National Committee for Bioethics (2000-2002). She was adjunct professor of environmental ethics at the University of Siena (2003-2006). She is currently peer reviewer for the course of bioethics at the Department of Biology, Ecology and Earth Sciences of the University of Calabria and university tutor at Sapienza University of Rome (academic course: "Principles of Ethics and Bioethics, Principles of Business Law and Economics – Laboratory Organization, Instrumentation and Safety",  Faculty of Biomedical Technologies). Since 2013 she has been in charge of the Workpackage (Sp2-WP4 Bioethics) dedicated to the ethical and bio-legal issues of the CNCCS project: "Research Center for new drugs for rare, neglected and poverty-related diseases". Since 2011 she is head of the scientific secretariat of the CNR Research Ethics and Bioethics Committee. She is a member of the working group supporting the CNR Data Protection Officer as an expert in research ethics. She chairs the selection committee for the Gilead Fellowship Program and Gilead Community Award Program (2019).


 


 Massarenti Armando CV

  Massarenti Armando

armando.massaranti * cnr.it
Institute of Biomedical Technologies, National Research Council - Section of Rome

Via dei Taurini N. 19, 00185 Rome, Italy

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Research Area: Etich And Philosophy of Science

Armando Massarenti has been for many years Editor in Chief and science and philosophy editor for the Sunday supplement of Il Sole 24 Ore. Lecturer in several Universities and member of the CNR Research Ethics and Bioethics Committee, he has written on philosophy of science and moral philosophy with particular reference to bioethics. He has edited the Italian language editions of works by John Dewey, David Friedman and Amartya Sen. Among his published volumes: L'etica da applicare (et al., Milano 1991); Nichilismo, relativismo, verità (2001); Biblioetica. Dizionario per l'uso (2006); Il lancio del nano e altri esercizi di filosofia minima (2006); Staminalia. Le cellule "etiche" e i nemici della ricerca (2008); Il filosofo tascabile. Dai presocratici a Wittgenstein, 44 ritratti per una storia del pensiero in miniatura (2009); Dizionario delle idee non comuni (2010); Perché pagare le tangenti è razionale ma non vi conviene (2012); Istruzioni per rendersi felici. Come il pensiero antico salverà gli spiriti moderni (2014); La buona logica. Imparare a pensare (with Paolo Legrenzi, 2015); Metti l'amore sopra ogni cosa. Una filosofia per stare bene con gli altri (2016); Etica (forthcoming). He is going to publish a philosophy for children series of books titled "Gli inventori del pensiero". He is also Editor of the series of book Scienza e Filosofia (Mondadori Università) and author (with Emiliano Di Marco) of the philosophy manual for high school "Penso dunque sono" (2014).


 


Laura Milita CV

  Milita Laura

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

Via dei Taurini N. 19, 00185 Rome, Italy

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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 member of the Scientific Secretariat of the CNR Research Ethics and Bioethics Committee.


 


Pavone Ilja Richard CV

  Pavone Ilja Richard

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

Via dei Taurini N. 19, 00185 Rome, Italy

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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 member of the Scientific Secretariat of the CNR Research Ethic and Bioethics 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 * cnr.it
Institute of Biomedical Technologies, National Research Council - Section of Rome

Via dei Taurini N. 19, 00185 Rome, Italy

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Research Area: Administrative

Chief Accountant of ITB Secondary Office of Rome and of the CNR Research Ethics and Bioethics Committee. Administrative responsibility of research projects; 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.


 


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

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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 member of the Scientific Secretariat of the CNR's Research Ethics and Bioethics 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. Her research interests concern argumentation theory and rhetoric, with a particular focus on the biomedical and bioethical issues.


 


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