Dr. Sorrentino Rosalinda

Dr. Sorrentino Rosalinda

PhD

Department of Pharmaceutical and Biomedical Sciences
, Fisciano-Salerno, Italy

plus Speciality

IMMUNOLOGY

Biography:

Postdoctoral Training:
* 10.2005-11.2006 Academic Visitor during the PhD Training at Imperial College in Cardiothoracic Medicine, Critical Care, London Royal Brompton Hospital, UK, under the supervision of Prof. Jane A Mitchell
* 19.12.2006-1.2007 PhD viva and graduation
* 1.2007-12.2007 Post Doctoral Researcher, Cedars Sinai, Infectious Diseases and Immunology, Los Angeles, California, USA, under the supervision of Prof. Moshe Arditi
* 1.2008 at present Research Scientist, University of Salerno, Fisciano, Italy, under the mentorship of Prof. Aldo Pinto

HONOURS:
* 2008 up to now Member of the ImmunoPharmacology Examination Committee, Pharmacy Faculty, University of Salerno
* 2008 up to now Member of the Pharmacology Examination Committee, Pharmacy Faculty, University of Salerno
* 2008 up to now Member of the Advanced School of Immunology, ‘Scuola Ceppellini’, Naples, Italy
* 2009 Tutorship for PhD Students in: ‘Identification and Experimental Design Teaching’, PhD in ‘Biological Systems’, Pharmacy Faculty, University of Salerno
* 10.2008-10.2009 Fellowship for the Study of Drugs that Induce Apoptosis in Cancer, University of Salerno, Italy
* 11.2009-7.2010 Fellowship in Pharmacology, University of Salerno, Italy
* 9.2010 up to now Fellowship for the Study of Toll-like Receptors in Lung Carcinoma, University of Salerno, Italy
* 2010 up to now Member of the American Association of Immunologist (AAI).

Invited Presentation:
PhD School at Humanitas, Dpt. Immunolgy and Inflammation, Rozzano, Italy;
Title: “Toll-like Receptor 9 activation in a mouse model of lung carcinoma”. September 2010.

BOOK CHAPTER
1. R. Sorrentino and M. Arditi. Innate Immunity, Toll like Receptors and Atherosclerosis: mouse models and methods. Methods Mol Biol. 2009;517:1-19
2. Mitchell JA, Sorrentino R, Cartwright N, Paul-Clark MJ. Toll like Receptor 2 as therapeutic target in lung disease. New Drugs and Targets for Respiratory Disease. 2009; 1-4. Ad hoc Reviewer for: Journal of Leukocyte Biology; BMC Pulmonary; J Cell Physiol; Am J Pathol.; J Immunol. Associate Editor for Clinical and Experimental Immunology.

Academic positions:

Research Scientist at the University of Salerno, Department of Pharmaceutical and Biomedical Sciences (FARMABIOMED)

Research interests:

My major interest is tumour immunology.

What I think of the idea behind WebmedCentral and WebmedCentral plus:

I think it is a productive initiative.