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Ilaria Dal Pr Born in Vicenza (Venetia, Italy) on June 29, 1965. She attained a Degree in Biological Sciences from Milan University. She was a Research Trainee (October 1991-March 1992) in the Biochemistry Department, Milan University, then (April-September 1992) in the Histology & Embryology Unit (HEU), University of Verona Medical School (UVMS). . She was As Fellow of the Gigi Ghirotti Foundation (Vicenza), she worked in the (i) Haematology Unit, Vicenza Civic Hospital (October 1992-December 1994) specialising in cytofluorometry, and in (ii) the Institute of Biological Sciences (IBS), National Research Council of Canada (NRC), Ottawa, Ontario, Canada (January 1995-February 1996) studying protein kinase C’s role in apoptosis. She served As Fellow of the Cariverona Foundation (Verona; March 1996-October 1997), she resumed her work c/o the HEU, UVMS. She was PhD Student (November 1997-November 2001) in the Doctorate in Molecular & Cellular Biology & Pathology c/o both Verona and Padua Universities. She got her PhD Diploma in Molecular & Cellular Biology & Pathology on February 13, 2002 from Padua University via a thesis on PKC-βII as an apoptotic lamin kinase that was soon published in the J. Biol. Chem. Then as Research Associate (October 2002-September 2004) and, after winning a national contest, as Scientific Technical Adjutant, she has kept working in the HEU, UVMS. As Co-ordinator (since March 1996) of the Tissue Culture Laboratory and (since August 2004) of the MALDI-TOF/MS Proteomics Laboratory of the HEU, UVMS, she is in charge of the ongoing experimental activities in these laboratories. As winner of a national contest, since October 1st 2008 she officially owns the place of University Researcher and Assistant Professor at the University of Verona Medical School, Verona, Italy. Coordinator of Histology and Embryology Section of The Department of Life and Reproduction Sciences University o Verona Medical School since October 2013.
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