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Born: 22/10/1965, Monterotondo, Rome
Department of Pharmacology
University of Florence
Viale Pieraccini, 6
1984: Classical High School Diploma (Marco Terenzio Varrone, Rieti, Italy);
1989: Pharm.D. (School of Pharmacy, University of Rome “La Sapienza”, Rome);
1993-1997: Specialty School of Applied Pharmacology (University of Florence, Florence);
1997-2001: Ph.D. in Chemotherapy (University of Milan, Milan).
2001-2005: Postdoctoral Fellow, Department of Pharmacology, University of Florence;
2005-2007: Research Fellow, Department of Pharmacology, University of Florence.
2007-present: Research Scientist, Department of Pharmacology, University of Florence.
Award Emilio Trabucchi 2009
2001: Visiting Fellow at the Department of Oncology, Queen’s University, Belfast, UK.
1996-present: Italian Society of Chemotherapy (SIC)
2003-present: Italian Society of Pharmacology (SIF)
Participant in several scientific projects granted by institutional Italian agencies (Italian University
Ministery - MIUR, Rome; Italian Health Ministery, Rome, Italian Association for Cancer Research
- AIRC, Milan) and private foundations.
Clinical trial experience
Participant in the design and in the carrying out of translational clinical trials of anticancer
chemotherapy. Participant in various national and international controlled clinical trials of
She serves as referee for various international peer-reviewed journals (anticancer pharmacology and
2011- Member of the Editorial board of Journal of Chemotherapy
2004-present: Pharmacology lessons and exams to the students of Biotechnologies, University of
2010-present: Pharmacology lessons and exams to the students of the School of Pharmacy,
University of Florence.
2010-present: Pharmacology lessons to the students of the School of Pharmaceutical Chemistry and
2011-: ADE (Attività Didattiche Elettive) for students of School of Medicine and School of
2011-: Lessons on Pharmacogenetics at the post-graduate School of Medical Oncology, University
2012-: Course on Anticancer Drugs at the post-graduate School of Hospital Pharmacy, University
From 2008t: Expert in the field “Pharmacology”, School of Biotechnologies, University of
From 2011-: Expert in the field “Pharmacology”, School of Pharmacy and School of
Pharmaceutical Chemistry and Technology, University of Florence.
1997 - present: supervisor of thesis of M.D., Pharm.D., B.Sc. and Biotechnologies degree students,
and thesis of students of Specialty Schools in Clinical Pharmacology and Medical Oncology,
University of Florence.
2009 - present: correlator of thesis for the first and the second level of the Biotechnology degree
students and for Medicine School degree students.
Participation in the scientific organization of various events (national and international congresses
Preclinical and clinical pharmacology of anticancer agents; in particular pharmacology of
antimetabolites, molecular mechanisms of tumor drug resistance, pharmacogenomics and
pharmacogenetics, design and writing of pharmacogenomic and pharmacogenetic clinical trials,
with emphasis on drugs used in the treatment of gastrointestinal neoplasms.
She is author of original articles and review on national and international peer-reviewed journals
(see PubMed: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/sites/entrez), more than 10 chapters in national and
international books, more than 80 communications at national and international meetings.
The overall contribution of Stefania Nobili as first/second or last author is 49%.
Total IF: 128.833; Mean IF: 4.294
January 14, 2012
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