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Corrado Angelini

Corrado Angelini
Corrado Angelini
Master Neuromuscular Disorders
University of Padova
University of Padova


Postgraduate Research Assistant and Associate Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minnesota, Resident in Neurology, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minnesota, 1973 Assistant Professor of Neurology, University of Padova, Italy, 1973-1978 Associate Professor of Paediatric Neurology, University of Padova, Italy, 1976-1979 Visiting Assistant Professor of Neurology, Reed Neurological Research Center, UCLA Medical School, 1978-1979; University of Colorado Health Sciences Center, Denver 1984 Director Neuromuscular Center, University of Padova, 1980-present Associate Professor of Neurology, University of Padova, Italy, 1980-1993 Full Professor of Neurology, University of Padova, Italy, 1994- 2011 Coordinator of PhD Program in Neurosciences, University of Padova, Italy, 2001- 2011 Director Neurology Residency Program, University of Padova, Italy, 2002- 2011 Consultant Neuromuscular Disorders,IRCCS S.Camillo.,Venice,Italy,2010-present Director Master Neuromuscular Disorders,University of Padova,Italy,2011-present

Research Interest

Neuromuscular disorders, Metabolc myopathies and ALS


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