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Silvio Bellino Centre for Personality Disorders, Unit of Psychiatry 1 Department of Neuroscience University of Turin Turin Italy
Silvio Bellino was born in Turin, Italy, on 27 April 1965. He graduated at the
University of Turin in 1990/91 and specialized in Psychiatry in 1995/96.
He became Researcher of Psychiatry at the Department of Neuroscience in
October 2001 and was charged of the Centre for Personality Disorders in
January 2007. He is Associate Professor of Psychiatry from July 2015.
He teaches psychiatry at the School of Medicine and at Schools of Medical
Specialization of the University of Turin.
His studies were focused on clinics and pharmacotherapy of personality
disorders, mood and anxiety disorders, and on interpersonal psychotherapy of
major depression and personality disorders.
He presented the results in Italian and international congresses and published
many articles in Italian and international indexed journals. He is Editor in Chief
of Current Psychopharmacology since 2011.
In December 2012 he became President of the Italian Society of Interpersonal