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Fausto Panizzolo: A “non-assisted” walker, down the path of research

Fausto Panizzolo of Harvard's Biodesign Lab.

For a living, Fausto Panizzolo develops devices to help people walk: better, faster and with a lesser amount of energy. On the walk along his career path, however, he likes to rely, solely on his own: in fact in his native Italy – as well as elsewhere – “devices” (whether political, social or even merely economic) are often used to obtain prestigious positions in research, like the one he holds now as a post-doc at Professor Conor Walsh’s Biodesign Lab at Harvard, a cutting edge think tank where over 50 scientists from all over the world work to create assistive ...

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Local scientists Fava, Loda, Pandolfi knighted by Republic of Italy

From left: Maurizio Fava, Massimo Loda, Pier Paolo Pandolfi, Nicola De Santis

Maurizio Fava, director of the Clinical Research Program at Massachusetts General Hospital, Massimo Loda, director of the Center for Molecular Oncologic Pathology at the Dana Faber Cancer Institute, and Pier Paolo Pandolfi, director of the Cancer Center at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC), have recently been knighted by their native country of Italy. Maurizio Fava Dr. Fava obtained his medical degree from the University of Padova School of Medicine and completed residency training in endocrinology there. He completed residency training in psychiatry at Mass. General Hospital (MGH). He founded and was Director of the MGH Depression Clinical and Research ...

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Developing the Super-Battery: Riccardo Signorelli and FastCAP System

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Signorelli is CEO of one of the leading companies in battery development.

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Italian Physicist Giovanni Jona-Lasinio Wins 2012 Dannie Heineman Prize for Mathematical Physics

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Jona-Lasinio will receive the award in Boston on February 27, 2012.

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