Company: Foundation T. & L. de Beaumont Bonelli for Cancer Research
Location: Naples, Italy
Giulio Tarro, Virologist at Foundation T. & L. de Beaumont Bonelli for Cancer Research, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Scientists for dedication, achievements, and leadership in virology and bioethics.
Dr. Tarro has been recognized as a professor emeritus of the D. Cotugno Hospital for Infectious Diseases since 2006. Prior to his retirement, he worked for the D. Cotugno Hospital in a variety of roles, including as the Head of the Department of Diagnostic Laboratories and President of the Ethics Committee. Additionally, he has been the research chief of the Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche and the Chief of the Virology Division at D. Cotugno Hospital for Infectious Diseases. In addition to his work in the field, Dr. Tarro taught microbiology, immunology, and oncologic virology at the Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II.
Dr. Tarro was set on his path in the medical field by first earning an MD from the Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II in 1962. He continued with postgraduate coursework in nervous diseases at the institution before earning a PhD in virology in 1971. Dr. Tarro holds a number of honorary degrees from universities all around the world, including Bonakè University, ASAM University, the Constantinian University, St. Theodora Academy, and Pro-Deo State University.
A respected leader in the field, Dr. Tarro has lent his expertise to numerous organizations and institutions. He has served as the president of the Norman Academy since 2009, and he taught as an adjunct professor at Temple University. Dr. Tarro has been the Chairman of the Committee on Biotechnologies and Virusphere with the World Academy of Biomedical Technologies and UNESCO since 2007, and in 1978, he joined the President De Beaumont Bonelli Foundation for Cancer Research as a member. On a creative level, Dr. Tarro has been the editor in chief of Fatres since 2004 and for the Journal of Research and Development in 2015. He has authored a variety of books, including “Health Without Borders, Fifth Edition,” “Safety No Limits,” and “Bioethics and Culture of Prevention.” He has received such awards as the Gold Coliseum Award, the Wojtila-Roncalli International Award, the Knight Gran Cross, and the Rilancio Italia Award. Dr. Tarro is a member of the Italian Society for Immuno-Oncology, the Lions Clubs International, and the American Society for Microbiology in addition to other organizations.
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