Prof. Giovanni Gasbarrini, MD

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Professional Training and Academic Career:
1960–1961 Clinical and Research Fellow, Department of Clinical Medicine, University of Bologna, School of Medicine, Italy
1961–1962 Clinical and Research Fellow, Department of Anatomy and Electronic Microscopy, University of Milan, School of Medicine, Italy
1962–1964 Clinical and Research Fellow, Department of Constitutional and Endocrinology Sciences, University of Bologna, School of Medicine, Italy
1964–1970 Assistant Professor, Departments of Semiotic Medicine, Pathological Medicine and General and Therapeutic Clinical Medicine, University of Bologna, School of Medicine, Italy
1971–1972 Professor, Department of Semiotic Medicine, University of Chieti, School of Medicine, Italy
1972–1978 Professor, Department of Pathological Medicine, University of Chieti, School of Medicine, Italy
1973–1978 Chairman, Department of Pathological Medicine, University of Chieti, School of Medicine, Italy
1977–1993 Professor of Internal Medicine, University of Bologna, School of Medicine, Italy
1980–1993 Chairman, Specialization School in Geriatry and Gerontology, University of Bologna, School of Medicine, Italy
1993–2011 Professor of Internal Medicine, Catholic University of Rome, School of Medicine, Italy
1993–2011 Chairman, Specialisation school of Internal Medicine and Director, Institute of Internal Medicine Gastroenterology, Catholic University of Rome, School of Medicine, Italy

Editor-in-Chief of the journals:
Alcologia: European Journal of Alcohol Studies (official journal of the Society Italiana di Alcologia) Gastroenterologia Oggi Argomenti di Patologia Medica Collana di Gastroenterologia
On the Editorial Board of the journals:
Italian Journal of Gastroenterology and Hepatology Helicobacter Hepatogastroen­terology

Research interests
- Pathogenesis and clinical aspects of chronic liver disease
- Liver Transplantation
- APUD-system pathology
- Pathogenesis and clinical aspects of peptic ulcer disease
- H. pylori related gastroduodenal and extra-intestinal diseases
- Malabsorption sindrome

Publications
over 3800 publications (journals, chapter in book, monographs, proceedings, abstracts).
Publications since 1972:
Refereed journals: >900
Chapters In Books: 100 + 25 Monography
Proceedings Of National And International Meetings: 600
Abstracts: >1500
IF: >3700
HI: > 74