Domenico Mavilio obtained his M.D. degree in the academic year 1996/1997 from the Medical School of Genoa University, Italy. He then completed in 2002 his residency program in “lung diseases” at the Medical School of Genoa University, Italy. In 2007, Mavilio completed his Ph.D. degree in “clinical and experimental immunology” in a shared program between the Medical School of Genoa University (Italy) and National Institutes of Health (NIH) (Bethesda, MD, USA). Currently, Mavilio serves as a Principal Investigator and Head of the Unit of Clinical and Experimental Immunology at Istituto Clinico Humanitas (ICH), Milan, Italy. Mavilio has also been appointed as an Assistant Professor at the Department of Medical Biotechnologies and Translational Medicine, the Medical School of Milan University, Italy. Mavilio's research topics include the field of translational and experimental immunology with a particular focus on the role of innate immunity in the pathogenesis of cancer, immune-mediated diseases, and infectious disorders. He also actively participates in clinical and experimental trials and he has several ongoing scientific collaborations with universities and research institutes in Italy, France, Switzerland, Portugal, Spain, UK, Colombia, and United States of America.
Biography Updated on 27 June 2013