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Alessandro Antonelli (12,288 citations) Department of Clinical and Experimental Medicine Laboratory of Primary Human Cells University of Pisa Pisa (Italy) Biography
Biography of Alessandro Antonelli
Alessandro Antonelli (Professor of Internal Medicine, MD) is Director of the Immuno-Endocrine
Section of Internal Medicine, and Head of the Laboratory of Primary Human Cells, University of
Pisa. His principal areas of expertise are autoimmune thyroid disorders, type 1 diabetes, systemic
autoimmune disorders, chemokines and cytokines, HCV-associated thyroid disorders and thyroid
cancer. His researches have been published in more than 370 articles on International journals
(Impact Factor > 1600; HI=75). He serves as an editorial board member and is Referee and
Reviewer of many scientific International journals.
Atta-ur-Rahman, FRS (32052 citations) Honorary Life Fellow Kings College University of Cambridge Cambridge (UK) Biography
Biography of Atta-ur-Rahman
Prof. Atta-ur-Rahman, Ph.D. in organic chemistry from Kings College, University of Cambridge (1968), has 1235 international publications in several fields of organic chemistry including, 349 books published largely by major U.S. and European presses. He was elected as Fellow of Royal Society (London) (2006) and won the prestigious UNESCO Science Prize (1999).
Prof. Atta-ur-Rahman was conferred honorary D.Sc. degrees by many leading world universities including the University of Cambridge and appointed an Honorary Life Fellow of Kings College, University of Cambridge. The Austrian government honoured him with its high civil award (“Grosse Goldene Ehrenzeischen am Bande") (2007). He is Professor Emeritus at the University of Karachi, Pakistan. Prof. Atta-ur-Rahman was appointed Academician (Foreign Member) of the Chinese Academy of Sciences (2015). He won the “Friendship Award of China” (2014) and was conferred the highest scientific award of China, the International Science & Technology Cooperation Award, by President Xi Jinping (2020). He was bestowed with the International Scientific Corporation Award (2014) and the “Einstein Professorship” by the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) (2013). He was also elected as Foreign Member of the Korean Academy of Science and Technology. Research Institutes have been established in his name in China, Malaysia and Pakistan.