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Patrizia Giannatempo

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Country

Italy

Address
Instituto Nazionale dei Tumori

Patrizia Giannatempo is a Medical Oncology Consultant, since 2006 she has been working at the Instituto Nazionale dei Tumori (INT), Milan, Italy and is dedicated to urological cancers.  She started her career at INT initially as a post-doc fellow in paediatric oncology and then as a resident physician at the Oncology Unit in the genito-urinary oncology programme. Her medical oncology training included an international clinical fellowship at the Royal Marsden Hospital, London, UK.  

She has designed and run independent research and has been the principal investigator of several academic and sponsored phase II and III trials. Dr. Giannatempo is an active principal investigator in a few academic trials in urothelial, testicular, and penile cancer.

She has achieved important accomplishments, documented in prestigious publications. She is involved in several international clinical research projects focusing on genito-urinary cancers, and closely collaborates on several national and international translational trials focused on advanced urothelial cancer and rare genito-urinary neoplasms. She is also the principal investigator and co-investigator of several international multi-centre clinical trials.

She is an author, co-author and reviewer for many international peer-reviewed journals.

Last update: December 2021

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