NSW/ACT COPD Webinar with Professor Alberto Papi - on-demand

Event Date: On-Demand

Venue: On-Demand via Vimeo

Duration: approximately 1hr
Presentation: "Is it time to rethink our approach to managing COPD: How can we help patients achieve the “exacerbation zero” goal and improve survival in COPD?"

Speaker: Professor Alberto Papi

Chair: Professor Brian Oliver

Professor Alberto Papi

Alberto Papi is Professor of Respiratory Medicine at the University of Ferrara, Italy, and Director of the Respiratory Unit of the Department of Emergency Medicine, S. Anna University Hospital, Ferrara, Italy.

Professor Papi trained in respiratory medicine at the University of Parma, before spending 4 years in the UK as a Clinical Research Fellow at the University of Southampton, where he is an Honorary Clinical Lecturer. In 2015, he was made a Fellow of the European Respiratory Society (FERS). He is Member of the GOLD Science Committee.

Professor Papi’s principal field of research is airway inflammation in asthma and COPD, its molecular mechanisms and pharmacological modulation. In his studies, he has taken particular interest in the role of respiratory viral infections in stable/exacerbated obstructive lung diseases, and the underlying molecular and immunological mechanisms. He has coordinated several studies, particularly in asthma and COPD, and he has given presentations at national and international meetings. He has published more than 390 original articles in peer-reviewed journals, and several publications in non-peer-reviewed journals.


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