Dr Bernardo Bonanni | Cancer Genetics Specialist | Italy

Dr Bernardo Bonanni Cancer Prevention and Genetics Specialist Milan, Italy

About - Dr Bernardo Bonanni


EXPERIENCE:

January 2007 - today - Director, Division of Cancer Prevention and Genetics
European Institute of Oncology, Milan, Italy

January 2004 – December 06 - Co-director, Division of Chemoprevention
European Institute of Oncology, Milan

August 2003 – September 03- Visiting physician, Breast Service
Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, New York, NY, USA

January 2002- December 03- Senior Assistant, Division of Chemoprevention
European Institute of Oncology

June 1995 - December 01 - Assistant, Division of Chemoprevention
European Institute of Oncology

May 1994 - June 1995 - Fellow, Division of Senology
European Institute of Oncology

May 1992 - May 1994- Fellow, Division of Surgical Oncology B,
Istituto Nazionale Tumori, Milano, Italy

March 1990 - May 1992 - Junior Assistant, Service of Emergency Medicine and Surgery
Ospedale Serbelloni, Gorgonzola (MI), Italy

January 1989 - March 1990- Resident, Division of General Surgery
Ospedale Serbelloni, Gorgonzola (MI), Italy

May 1987 - December 1988 - Fellow, Division of Surgical Oncology D,
Istituto Nazionale Tumori, Milano, Italy

January 1985 - April 1986 - Resident, Department of General Surgery and Oncology Service,
Ospedale Civico di Carrara (MS)

Teaching activities

2011 - today - Master in Senology University of Insubria

2004 - today - Master in Senology, University of Milan

2000 - today - Master in Pharmaco-oncology, Univerisità of Milan

1999 - today - Master in Senology, University of Siena

1995 - today - SIS (Scuola Italiana di Senologia) for chemoprevention and clinical genetics

Education - Dr Bernardo Bonanni

2002 - Master in Senology, University of Milan, Italy
1990 - Specialty in General Surgery, University of Modena, Italy
1985 - Graduation in Medicine and Surgery, University of Pisa, Italy

Membership - Dr Bernardo Bonanni

In December 2002 Dr. Bernardo Bonanni was awarded the “Bruno Martinetto” Prize for Chemoprevention
November 2012 “LILT – Cassa di Risparmio di ASTI Awards” for Cancer Prevention

Affiliation to Scientific Societies
2013 - today - Vice President of Associazione Italiana per lo studio delle Familiarità ed Ereditarietà dei tumori Gastrointestinali (AIFEG) - (member since 2010)
2010 - today - Member of Società Italiana di Genetica Umana (SIGU)
2009 - today - Member of the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO)
2002 - today - Member of the American Association for Cancer Research (AACR)
1996 - today - Member of the International Society for Cancer Chemoprevention (ISCaC)
1992 - today - Member of the European Society of Mastology (EuSoMa)
1988 - today - Member of the Società italiana di Cancerologia (SIC)

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