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Andrea Piccin | OMICS International
ISSN: 2376-0311

JBR Journal of Clinical Diagnosis and Research
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Andrea Piccin

Dr Andrea Piccin
Doctor
Department of Haematology and BMT
Unit Bolzano Regional Hospital
Italy

Biography

"Dr Andrea Piccin is a consultant haematologist currently working at the Haematology Department & Bone Marrow Transplantation Unit of San Maurizio Regional Hospital of Bolzano, South Tirol, Italy. He also actively collaborates with the Medical University of Innsbruck in Austria on development of future research projects in Haematology. Over the last years he has been working in the main Units of Haematology in Dublin Hospitals in Ireland. In 2009 Dr Piccin obtained a PhD degree at the University of Trinity College Dublin on a study on “New insight in Sickle Cell Anaemia pathophisiology”. Other activities comprise a study on “Autologus Recovery in Aplastic Anaemia” on behalf of the EBMT Severe Aplastic Anaemia working-party. Previous experience include a MD thesis on “Tandem PBSCT for Multiple Myeloma” (Verona University, Italy) and another MD degree in Paediatric Oncohaematology “Gene Therapy in Medulloblastoma in vivo and in vitro” (Padua University, Italy). He received his Medical Degree in 1996 at Padua University and the Higher Specialist Degree in Haematology in 2002 at Verona University. Dr Piccin has been also awarded by the Italian President Giorgio Napolitano for his contribution in the assistance of patients with the medal of “Solidarity” and the honour of Sir “Cavaliere”. "

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