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Dr. Luigi Schiavo is a PhD, Clinical Nutritionist and Researcher in Departments of Anaesthesiology, Surgery and Emergency Sciences at Second University of Naples, School of Medicine. He is also part of the IX Division of General, Vascular Surgery & Applied Biotechnology, Bariatric Surgery Unit at Second University of Naples University Hospital.
He graduated with honors from the Second University of Naples, Italy. He conducted his post-doctoral studies at University of Sannio, Benevento, Italy and in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology of the Yale University School of Medicine, New Haven, Connecticut, USA.
1.Dietetics applied to bariatric surgery
2.Clinical impact of bariatric surgery on patient’s body composition (fat mass and fat-free mass) and Resting Metabolic Rate
3.Pre- and post-operative treatment of micronutrient deficiencies in patients that underwent bariatric surgery
Dr. Ion C. Baianu completed his Ph.D. in Biophysics, from University of London, Queen Elizabeth College, Department of Physics, London, UK (with Professor R.E. Burge, DSc, F.Inst.P.), 1974.Ion C. Baianu Working as a Professor of Food Physical Chemistry, University of Illinois at Urbana, ACES, Food Science and Human Nutrition Department (1994- till date). He worked as a Coordinate Research Activities at the AFC-NMR and Micro- Spectroscopic Facility of ACES College. Research on Genetic and Analytical studies for Crop and Human Health Improvements, Associate Professor, University of Illinois at Urbana, Illinois, USA (1987-1994) Assistant Professor of Food Chemistry, University of Illinois at Urbana, Department of Food Science (1982-87) Senior Research Associate, School of Chemistry, University of Illinois at Urbana, with Professor H.S. Godowsky, Fmr. Member of the National Academy of Sciences: Spectroscopic studies of Protein Crystals and Bacterial/Photosynthetic membranes: High-Resolution NMR/Laser-Induced Fluorescence and oxygen Evolution in Functional Chloroplasts (1980-1982).
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