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Anatomy & Physiology: Current Research
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Antonio Di Ieva

Antonio Di Ieva Antonio Di Ieva
Specialist in Neurosurgery
Researcher at the Center for Anatomy and Cell Biology
Department of Systematic Anatomy
Medical University of Vienna

Antonio Di Ieva, born on 21th August 1977 in Italy. Degree in Medicine and Surgery cum laude at the Medical University “Federico II” of Naples (Italy) in 2002, specialization in neurosurgery at the University of Brescia (Italy) in 2007,  neurosurgeon in Milan (Italy) between 2003 and 2009. PhD in Clinical Neurosciences at the Medical University of Vienna (Austria) in 2011, researcher at the Center for Anatomy and Cell Biology of Vienna.  Author of about 50 scientific publications (14 as first author). Member of the Italian Society of Neurosurgery, Skullbase Italian Society, European Neurosurgical Society. Reviewer in the Editorial Board of 2 peer-review journals.

Research Interest

Neuroanatomy and physiology
Fractal analysis Magnetic Resonance


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