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Fabrizio Maggi

Fabrizio Maggi

Fabrizio Maggi
Department of Microbiology and Virology
University of Pisa, Italy


Dr. Fabrizio Maggi is M.D., graduated at the University of Pisa, Specialist in Microbiology and Virology, Ph.D. in “Clinical and Fundamental Virology” at the University of Pisa. He is Clinical Assistant at the Clinical Virology Unit and Regional Reference Center for Innovative Diagnostics of Pisa General Hospital (Azienda Ospedaliera Universitaria Pisana) since 2001. He is teaching as Adjunct Professor at the specialization school in “Microbiology and Virology”, University of Pisa. He had awards for research on HIV from ANLAIDS Association (National Association against AIDS), Unesco, and International Foundation for AIDS Research and for research on HIV from the Istituto Superiore di Sanità. He helds teaching courses of Microbiology and Clinical Microbiology at the Faculty of Medicine and School of Laboratory Technician of Pisa University, and lessons at post-graduate courses in scientific areas. . He is member of various scientific societies such as Italian Society of Microbiology, Italian Society of Virology, Italian Society of Medical Virology, and Association of Italian Microbiology Clinicians, and serves as referee for a number of international scientific journals. He has published over 200 refereed papers and abstracts as well as several chapters in national and international scientific books.

Research Interest

Dr. Fabrizio Maggi Research intersts includes natural history and pathogenesis of anelloviruses infection and development of methods for anelloviruses diagnosis. Additional areas of research include emerging respiratory viruses (metapneumovirus, bocavirus), hepatitis C virus, human immunodeficiency virus, feline immunodeficiency virus, and diagnostic virology