Professor Rosita Gabbianelli, PhD

She is Associate Professor of Biochemistry at University of Camerino, Italy from 2010. She obtained the qualification as Full Professor in Biochemistry (31/03/2017).  She teaches Molecular Biology and Nutrigenomics at the School of Pharmacy, University of Camerino, Italy. Invited Professor of Biochemistry at the Jilin Agricultural University, Changchun, China (from 2015). Invited Professor in Nutrigenetics and Nutrigenomics, at the University of Agricultural Sciences and Veterinary Medicine of Cluj-Napoca, Department/Unit of Food Science, CLUJ-Napoca, Romania (from 2015) and at ISS-ISEP, Porto, Portugal. Teaching activity on Nutrigenomics at University of Pharmacy-Hanoi, Vietnam, Quy Nhon University, Vietnam and Pemba, Tanzania (2017).

Her research field includes the study of genetic and epigenetic mechanisms associated to the development of neurodegeneration induced by early life exposure to food pesticides and nutrigenomic strategies to counterbalance neuronal damage. Her expertise is documented in 120 peer-reviewed publications, 4 book chapters and 131 abstracts to international meetings. Her research activity is supported by the cooperation with SMEs and national and international Institutions. She is Guest Editor for J Nutrigenet Nutrigenomics, Mech Ageing Dev and Antioxidants and Member of review panels of several journals on health.  Reviewer for the European Commission (EX2006C200916) H2020-SC1-2019-SINGLE-STAGE-RTD, Reprise – Register of Expert Peer Reviewers for Italian Scientific Evaluation, STSM Cost Action NutRedOx and Czech Science Foundation. Member of SIB, ISNN, Unicam Delegate for NUGO Association, Italian MC Member of DEVoTION CA18211, NutRedOx CA16112 (Action participant), Epichembio CM1606 (Action participant). Chair of the Scientific and Organizing Committee of the European Summer School on Nutrigenomics (from 2014).

University of Camerino, 62032 Camerino (MC), Italy


Phone: +39 0737 413208; +39 349 3798180

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Twitter handle: @RGabbianelli

Research keywords: early life, epigenetics, nutrigenomics, nutrigenetics, oxidative stress, redox system, exposome.