Claudio Luchini

Foto,  July 20, 2018
Temporary Assistant Professor
Pathological Anatomy Section
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Tuesday, Hours 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM,  


Dr. Claudio Luchini MD, PhD is a surgical pathologist at Verona Unviersity. He has improved his knowledge in the field of cancer pathology also with research periods in USA, first at Indiana University School of Medicine (Indianapolis, IN, USA) and then at the Sol Goldman Pancreatic Cancer Research Center of the Johns Hopkins Unviersity (Baltimore, MD, USA). He is author of more than 100 scientific publications and contributions, and his main research topic regards the study of gastroenteropancreatic neoplasms, mainly from the histological, immunohistochemical, immunological and molecular point of view. He also applies secondary statistical methodologies to cancer research. He is the responsible and coordinator of the Cassini Project 2017 for scientific collaborations with French researchers.


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Topic Description Research area
Research activity on morphological, immunohistochemical and molecular alterations on neoplastic tissues (biopsies and/or surgical specimens) to improve diagnostics and prognostic stratification, and to find predictive molecular alteration for targeted therapies. Attività di ricerca di alterazioni morfologiche, immunoistochimiche e molecolari su tessuto neoplastico da biopsia e/o pezzo operatorio per il miglioramento della diagnostica, inquadramento prognostico e ricerca di alterazioni molecolari predittive di risposta a terapie mirate. Research & Experimental
Systematic review and meta-analysis for cancer research Systematic review and meta-analysis for cancer research focusing on prognostic, diagnostic and predictive parameters. Research & Experimental
Gastroenteric and pancreatic tumors Study of gastroenteric and pancreatic neoplasms focusing on histopathological, immunological and molecular features Research & Experimental


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