Marco Lucioni


Marco Lucioni has completed his Degree in Medicine (110/110 cum laude) at the University of Pavia (Italy in 1998), Postgraduate School Degree in Surgical Pathology at the University of Pavia (2003), PhD in Pathology and Medical Genetics, Faculty of Medicine, University of Pavia (2008). Currently, he is working as Practicing Hospital Pathologist. He also served as a Professor of Diagnostic Cytopathology at the Laboratory Technician School, University of Pavia.

His activity is documented by many papers on international peer-reviewed journals with impact factor, and by many abstracts and oral communications presented at international and national meetings. He has cooperated in the field of haematopathology with various institutions both in Italy (Milan Statal University; Milan Bicocca University; University of Bologna; Gaslini Hospital, Genova) and abroad (Germany; Frankfurt University; University Paris Creteil, France).

He is a member of the European Association for Haematopathology (EAHP) and has actively taken part in several national and international projects focusing on lymphoproliferative disorders.

Research Interests:

His research interest focuses on Cancer Biology, Microscopy, Hematological Malignancies, Lymphoma, Pathology, Leukemia, Bone Marrow, Marginal Zone Lymphoma

Breast Cancer Medical Diagnostics Molecular Diagnostics Cancer Biology Histopathology Mechanisms of Lymphoamgenesis Lymphoproliferative Diseases

Field of research: haematopathology applied to lymphomas and post-transplant ymphoproliferative disorders.

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