Daniela Cabibi holds a degree in medicine and a postgraduate degree in pathology, both with the highest honours. Since 2001, she is a researcher and, then, Associated Professor of pathology at the Faculty of Medicine and Surgery of the University of Palermo. Cabibi is appointed in teaching positions in pathology in the Postgraduate School of Pathology, University of Palermo and Postgraduate School of Specialization in Infectious Diseases as well as in biotechnologies in medical oncology at the interfaculty degree course in biotechnology. She serves as a Member of the Faculty of the Department of Research in ''sciences and diagnostic technologies in biomedical field,'' Faculty of Medicine, University of Palermo, Member of the National Group for the study of HER-2 in breast cancer, and Member of the Interdepartmental Centre of Research in Clinical Oncology of the University of Palermo. She has been repeatedly designated as reviewer by international journals and has participated in many courses and conferences as invited speaker. Cabibi's research area of main interest involves gynecological and breast diseases (lichen planus, HPV lesions, and breast sentinel lymph node), liver pathology, thyroid, Barrett's oesophagus, thymidylate synthase expression in the "signet ring cell" carcinomas of the colon, and CD10 expression in peripheral nerve tumours, and her studies focus on diagnostic difficulties and possible "pitfalls" in cutaneous, breast, and liver pathology.
Biography Updated on 16 March 2011