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The San Gallicano Dermatological Institute is a Public Institute of Research and Medical Treatment focuing in particular on both the etiology and the care of dermatological diseases. The Ministry of Health funded (in 2003), a multicentric research project coordinated by the San Gallicano Dermatological Institute whose aim was to investigate a possible correlation between oxidative stress and bio-markers of both intrinsic and extrinsic senescence of epidermal cells.
The project involves a multidisciplinary team of Italian academic researchers including dermatologists, biochemical biologists, molecular biologists, and chemists. The external partecipating Institut were: I.N.R.C.A.- Molecular Biology and Genetics Laboratory, Ancona (Prof. C. Franceschi); Experimental Medicine Department University "La Sapienza", Rome (Prof. C. Marchese); Cell Biotechnology and Ematology Department, University "La Sapienza", Rome (Prof. P.Caiafa); Experimental Medicine Department University "Tor Vergata", Rome (Prof. P.Sinibaldi-Vallebona); Organic Chemistry and Biochemistry Department, University "Federico II", Naples (Prof. Marco d'Ischia )
San Gallicano, IRCCS
Dr Bruno Campione
0039 06 59941
Ministry of Health
Viale della Civiltà Romana 7, 00144, Roma, Tel.:
Is the project externally evaluated?
Who has evaluated, or will evaluate, the programme?
Employees of the Ministry of Health
What forms of international collaboration does the programme support?
- ▪ National researchers abroad
- ▪ Travel for national researchers
Interdisciplinary research is a strategic priority...
- For the programme ✔
- For the funding agency ✔
- Nationally ✔