Luca Padua

Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Italy 0000-0003-2570-9326

Luca Padua was born in 1961 in Florence, Italy. In 1986, he received a degree in medicine (110/110 cum laude) from La Sapienza University, Rome. In 1991, he specialised in neurology at Università Cattolica, Rome. In 1996, he received a Ph.D. degree in neurosciences from Università Cattolica, Rome. Since 1996, he was coordinator of the Italian Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Study Group of the Italian Neurological Society. From 1999 to 2002, he was in the advisory board of the Italian Neurological Society. Since 2000, he was a Member of the scientific board of the Italian Study Group of the peripheral nervous system. In 2001, he was a Researcher in the Department of Neuroscience, Institute of Neurology, Università Cattolica, Rome. In 2001, he was a Professor of clinical neurophysiology, neurophysiopathology technicians’ course, Università Cattolica, Rome. In 2001, he was a Professor of neurology, Diploma of Bioethics, Università Cattolica, Rome. In 2002, he was a Professor of clinical neurophysiology, neurophysiopathology specialty, Università Cattolica, Rome. Since 2002, he was a “Referee” for “British Medical Research Council.” Since 2002, he was a coordinator of the Quality of life Study Group of the Italian Neurological Society. Since 2003, he was a Professor of clinical neurophysiology, neurology specialty, Università Cattolica, Rome. Since 2003, he was regionally responsible of the Italian Neuroepidemiology Association. Since 2004, he was a Professor of clinical neurophysiology, sport medicine specialty, Università Cattolica, Rome. Since 2005, he was a Scientific Director of the Roman Centres of Don Gnocchi (rehabilitation and research foundation). In January 2007, he was a Member of “Ad Hoc” Commission for the application of the law (comma 814) concerning funds for Researcher “under forty.” Since 2007, he was into the role of Aggregate Professor . Since January 2008, he was a promoter of the Patient-Reported Outcomes MOving Toward Evidence (PROmote) study group of the Istituto Superiore di Sanità (the leading technical and scientific public body of the Italian National Service). In May 2009, in Venice, he was a convenor of the “International SFEMG Course and Xth Quantitative EMG Course.” Since 2012, he was a Board Member of SINC.

Biography Updated on 1 August 2013

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