Anna Maria Lavezzi
Anna Lavezzi obtained her B.S. and M.D. degrees and graduated in biological science and medicine from the University of Milan, Milan, Italy. She has been an Associate Professor of pathology at the University of Milan since 1996, an official teacher of human genetics and pathology for the Medicine and Surgery Course of Degree for numerous residency schools, for International Ph.D. Program in pathology, and for the School for Technicians of Pathology Anatomy. From 2001 to 2004, Lavezzi was the Chairman of the First School of Specialization in Pathology, the Milan University, Milan, Italy. She is the Director of the "Lino Rossi" Research Center for the study and prevention of the unexpected perinatal death (of the term fetus- stillbirth- and neonatal) and SIDS, University of Milan, a Member of the work group on the regional centers network to reduce the risk for unexpected perinatal death and SIDS. Her research activity (over 300 publications) at first pointed to the cytogenetics, citometry, and cell kinetics of the tumors. Then studies have been addressed to the cardiovascular pathology, neuropathology, and genetic features of the sudden infant death and unexplained perinatal death.
Biography Updated on 1 March 2011