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Giuseppe Giannaccare

Giuseppe Giannaccare
Ophthalmologist
Department of Ophthalmology
University of Bologna
Italy
University of Bologna

Biography

Giuseppe Giannaccare is an Italian Ophthalmologist born in Reggio Calabria on February 14th, 1985. He earned Medical Degree at University of Rome “Campus Bio-Medico” in 2009 and completed his residency in Ophthalmology at University of Bologna in 2015. He is Author of several abstracts, papers and book chapters. He is also Editor and Reviewer for many International Journals. Currently, he is involved in a PhD Program at University of Bologna focused on Ocular Graft versus-host Disease since 2014, and he is serving as Cornea and Anterior Segment Specialist at S.Orsola-Malpighi Teaching Hospital. He belong to Young Ophthalmologist Directive Committee of European Society of Ophthalmology (YO SOE), and he is also National Representative for Italy in the same Society.

Research Interest

Giuseppe Giannaccare is an Italian Ophthalmologist mainly focused on Cornea, Ocular Surface Disease and Cataract Surgery. His research lines include severe Dry Eye, Ocular Graft versus-host Disease, Corneal Transplantation and immunological graft rejection. Currently he is involved as co-Principal Investigator in cinical trials about the use of blood-derived eye drops for the treatment of severe cornea diseases

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Publications

Equatorial Loop Myopexy in "Sagging Eye" Syndrome: A Case Report

Michela Fresina, Laura Sapigni, Cecilia Benedetti, Giuseppe Giannaccare and Emilio C. Campos
Case Report: J Clin Exp Ophthalmol 2014, 5: 337
DOI: 10.4172/2155-9570.1000337
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