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Francesco B. Blasi

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University of Milan

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University of Milan

Via Festa del Perdono 7

Milano, Lombardy,20122

Italy

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Employment History

President

European Respiratory Society


Direttore

DIPARTIMENTO FISIOPATOLOGIA MEDICO CHIRURGICA E TRAPIANTI UNIVERSITà DEGLI STUDI DI MILANO


Affiliations

ERS School

Member


LRTIs

Member


Education

- MD , PhD


M.D.


diplomas

Cardiology and Respiratory Diseases

The University of Milan


Web References(58 Total References)


www.lung-health.org

Francesco Blasi
Francesco Blasi, MD, FERS, is Professor of Respiratory Medicine and Head of the Department of Pathophysiology and Transplantation at the University of Milan, Italy, as well as Head of Cardiothoracic Unit IRCCS Fondazione Cà Granda Ospedale Maggiore Milan. His research interests include the effects of atypical bacterial infection on cellular immunity in chronic bronchitis, and the role of atypical bacteria and viral infection in asthma onset. He is also interested in the role of antibiotics in the treatment of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) exacerbations and asthma. He is actively working on pneumonia and tuberculosis research trials. Professor Blasi has published more than 230 papers in international journals.


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Prof Francesco Blasi
University of Milan, Italy


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Dr. Francesco B. Blasi is Professor of Respiratory Medicine at the University of Milan in Italy.
In 1991 Dr. Blasi started out as Assistant Professor at the Institute of Internal Medicine of the University of Milan. One year later, he went on teaching at the Institute of Respiratory Diseases and since 2002 he is a full Professor. The University of Milan is also the place where he was educated and where he received his M.D., Ph.D. and diplomas in Cardiology and Respiratory Diseases. Professional experience: Director of the First School of Specialty in Respiratory Diseases at the University of Milan and Head of Respiratory Infection Assembly of the European Respiratory Society. Dr. Blasi is also member of the ERS task force on Guidelines for LRTIs management and of the Executive Committee of the Italian Respiratory Society. In the last three years, Dr. Blasi participated in 33 publications.


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Francesco BlasiRespiratory Research | Associate Editor: Dr Francesco Blasi Respiratory ResearchDr Francesco Blasi Associate EditorProfessor of Respiratory DiseasesUniversity of Milan


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Dr. Fransesco B. Blasi
Dr. Fransesco B. Blasi is Professor of Respiratory Medicine at the University of Milan in Italy. In 1991 Dr. Blasi started out as Assistant Professor at the Institute of Internal Medicine of the University of Milan. One year later, he went on teaching at the Institute of Respiratory Diseases and since 2002 he is a full Professor. The University of Milan is also the place where he was educated and where he received his M.D., Ph.D. and diplomas in Medicine, Cardiology and Respiratory Diseases. Professional experience: Director of the First School of Specialty in Respiratory Diseases at the University of Milan and Head of Respiratory Infection Assembly and European Respiratory Society. Dr. Blasi is also member of the ERS task force on Guidelines for LRTIs management, of the Executive Committee of the Italian Respiratory Society and of the Expert Advisory Committee in the Sixth Research Framework Programme of the European Commission. In the last three years, Dr. Blasi participated in 26 publications.


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