Dario Carlo Alpini
Dario Carlo Alpini was born in Milan, Italy, on 27th of July 1958. He was graduated on 11th of July 1983 from the University of Milan (Italy) discussing the thesis entitled “The vestibular examination in multiple sclerosis.” He was specialized in ENT at the University of Milan (Italy) on 11th of July 1986 discussing the thesis entitled “Pursuit eye tracking test: a comparison between triangular and ramp stimuli.” Moreover, he was specialized in audiology at the University of Milan (Italy) on 6th of November 1989 discussing the thesis entitled “Otoneurology in multiple sclerosis: the state of art.” Alpini received the M.S. degree in manual medicine at the University of Rome on December 2010 discussing the thesis entitled “Cervical vertigo.” He worked as an ENT Assistant at Busto Arsizio Hospital (Varese, Italy) from 7th of July 1985 until 7th of April 1994. In addition, he works as the Head of the ENT-Otoneurology Service of Scientific Institute S. Maria Nascente “don Carlo Gnocchi Foundation,” Milan (Italy) since April 1994 until today. He serves as a Contract Professor of ENT at the University of Milan since 1997 until today. Furthermore, he works as a Teacher at University “La Sapienza,” Rome (Italy) in II degree University Master in Manual Medicine since 2004 until today. Dr. Alpini is a Member of Neurootology and Equilibriometric Society (NES) since 1989. He is the winner of Frenzel-Sakata Prize per Vestibular Research of Neurootology and Equilibriometric Society (NES) in 2006. Besides, he serves as an Associate Editor in Archives of Sensology and Neurootology (ASN). His main fields of research are equilibrium disorders, vestibular function, and tinnitus.
Biography Updated on 2 May 2011