Journal Associated: Heighpubs Otolaryngology and Rhinology
Dr Di Stadio, worked two years at Harvard Medical School where she conducted studies on human temporal bone and in molecular biology to investigate the origin of sensorineural hearing loss. She’s currently collaborating with USA and European Universities in projects addressed to neuro degenerative disorders and hearing loss. She is consultant for several industries and she is coordinator of Italian multicentric studies. Responsible of the otolaryngology research line at IRCCS San Camillo Hospital in Venice, she has her academic affiliation in the Permanent Temporal Bone Lab of Perugia University. Dr Di Stadio is a certified Facial Plastic and Microsurgeon, she earned her fellowship at the prestigious school of Surgery of France. She won in 2009 the fellowship of EAFPS. Her research is currently focused on the biologic mechanisms responsible of SNHL in patients with neurodegenerative disease as Multiple Sclerosis and Alzheimer.
Research Interest: Otology, Cochlear Implant, Facial nerve, Facial Plastic surgery and neuroscience.
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