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Liliana Dell'Osso is Ordinary Professor of Psychiatry in the Department of Clinical and Experimental Medicine of Pisa University. After high school Diploma (classical studies), she attended Medical School at Pisa University and she graduated with Honors in 1979. After completing a residency in Psychiatry, in 1983 she became researcher in the School of Pharmacology of Pisa University and then she joined to the School of Psychiatry in 1987. From 1993 to 2000 she served as Associate Professor of Psychiatry in the Department of Psychiatry, Neurobiology, Pharmacology and Biotechnology of Pisa University. From 2001, she has been Ordinary Professor of Psychiatry in the same Department. From 2001 to 2010 she directed the 2nd Psychiatry Care Unit of the University Hospital of Pisa. Since 2010 she has been Director of the 1st Psychiatry Care Unit of the University Hospital of Pisa and Coordinator of the Committee of the School of Psychiatry of Pisa University. Since 2012 she has been Coordinator of Research and Teaching Unit of the Integrated Department (DAI) of Neurosciences of the University Hospital of Pisa. Her research activity ranges from psychopathology and clinical pharmacology to neurobiology and genetics. Her major research interests have been focusing on anxiety and mood disorders (especially bipolar disorders). In the last years, she has uniquely contributed to the study of Trauma and Stress Related Disorders and she added Autism Spectrum Disorders to her research interests. She is author or co-author of more than 400 publications and a frequent presenter at national and international meetings. She has developed assessment instruments, including those of the Spectrum Project (www.spectrum-project.org) that introduced a spectrum approach to assessment of a range of clinical features associated with DSM-5 disorders.
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