Biography - Dr. Dario Marchetti
Dario Marchetti, tumor and molecular biologist, graduated from the University of Pavia, Italy in 1979. He worked as postdoctoral fellow at the University of Illinois, Chicago (1980-1982), University of Texas Medical Branch – Galveston (Texas) (1984-1986). He then became a research scientist at the University of Texas Health Science Center – Houston (1986-1991), Research Associate and later Instructor at UT MD Anderson Cancer Center – Houston (1992-1999), Assistant Professor at UT-Houston (1999-2001), and Associate Professor and later Professor (with tenure) at LSU-Baton Rouge, Louisiana (2002-2007). Dr. Marchetti now works at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston as Professor in the Department of Pathology & Immunology with a joint faculty appointment in the Department of Molecular & Cellular Biology. He is also directs the Circulating Tumor Cell (CTC) Core facility at Baylor College of Medicine. Dr. Marchetti’s bibliography include 145 publications of which 85 are in peer-reviewed journals in the neurosciences and oncology fields. He has received numerous awards and possesses an un-interrupted record of grant funding since 1991 from federal, state and private Agencies. He is a Reviewer of the most relevant journals in cancer research and the neurosciences, and sits on the Editorial Boards of “Cancer Microenvironment, “Tumor Viruses”, “Vascular Cell”, "Clinical & Experimental Pathology", "International Journal of Oncology", “Cancer Letters”, “Journal of Cellular Biochemistry”, and "Cancer Metastasis Reviews" among others. He also serves on grant reviewing panels of the National Institutes of Health of USA and Italy, the Department of Defense of the United States, and acts as invited grant Reviewer for several other national and international Agencies devoted to oncology research.
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