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Dies Academicus: Dean Antonio Gasbarrini's lecture


This morning I had the honour to attend the Inauguration ceremony of the 2022-23 Academic Year at Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Rome campus.

Deep-learning diagnoses: Edge AI detects COVID-19 from smartwatch sensors


Combining questions about a person’s health with data from smartwatch sensors, a new app developed using research at Princeton University can predict within minutes whether someone is infected with COVID-19.

Podcast Radio Popolare - Trapianto con cuore di maiale geneticamente modificato


Ecco il podcast della mia intervista per Radio Popolare sul tema del primo trapianto con cuore di maiale geneticamente modificato eseguito dai chirurghi dell’University of Maryland Medical Center a Baltimora

Rome rebuilds Basilica Ulpia in Trajan's forum


Major project result of fundraising efforts by former Rome mayor Ignazio Marino.

Marino: Gualtieri? His board is designed to please the political parties. In this way Rome can’t improve


Rome and Philadelphia are more than 7 thousand kilometers apart, but former Mayor Ignazio Marino still thinks about the Capital ...

Publications

Sheep in Wolf’s Clothing: Pedunculated Colonic Lipoma with Overlying Hyperplastic and Ulcerated Epithelium


Lipomas are the most common non-epithelial benign tumors of the gastrointestinal tract with a reported incidence in the colon of 0.2–4.4%. These lesions are usually asymptomatic with a typical endoscopic finding of a smooth, slightly yellow, circular, polyp that is sessile in most cases, covered with normal colonic mucosa.

From the Laboratory Bench to the Patient’s Bedside: An Update on Clinical Trials With Mesenchymal Stem Cells


The microenvironment of mammalian bone marrow is composed of several different elements that support hematopoiesis and bone homeostasis (Muller-Sieburg and Deryugina, 1995; Zhang et al., 2003). It includes a heterogeneous population of cells...

Subcapsular Hepatic Hematoma Post- ERCP: Case Report and Review of the Literature


Hepatic hematoma is a rare but possible complication of ERCP. We describe the case of a 75-year old man with a large, 8 × 12 cm, sub-capsular and intra-parenchymal hematoma post ERCP, affecting the right liver segments and treated conservatively.

Pregnancy after liver and other transplantation


Since the first human liver transplant performed in 1963 by Thomas Starzl, many advances in surgical techniques and immunosuppressive therapy have helped to increase the numbers of women who undergo allogenic organ transplantation each year ...

Update on Chronic Rejection After Intestinal Transplant: An Overview From Experimental Settings to Clinical Outcomes


Chronic rejection affects the long-term survival of solid-organ transplants, accounting for an incidence of between 5% and 10% after intestinal/multivisceral transplant. Because of unclear symptoms and signs and endoscopic findings, the diagnosis is ...

Articles

Completely steroid-free immunosuppression in liver transplantation: a randomized study


Corticosteroids (CS) have been standard immunosuppression to prevent and treat rejection. However, CS are associated with increased risk of infection, obesity, hypertension, hyperlipidemia, diabetes, and accelerated hepatitis C virus (HCV) ...
di Ignazio Marino, gennaio 2024

Journey to ancient Rome


Today I went back to Via dei Fori Imperiali to experience an exceptional experiment patented by Invisible Cities
di Ignazio Marino, aprile 2022

Cannabis liberalization and scientific data


The legalization of cannabis is an urgent and necessary initiative to take an important market away from criminal associations.
di Ignazio Marino, febbraio 2022

Liberalizzazione della cannabis e dati scientifici


La legalizzazione della cannabis è una urgente e necessaria iniziativa per sottrarre un mercato importante alle associazioni criminali.
di Ignazio Marino, febbraio 2022

Lo stato della Democrazia


È vero che gli italiani possono accedere a elezioni in cui è garantita la pluralità di partecipazione e la certezza dei dati, ma le diverse leggi elettorali negli ultimi 15 anni hanno di fatto garantito ai leader di partito la scelta dei candidati.
di Ignazio Marino, febbraio 2022


Ignazio Marino