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Andrea Ciarmiello Chief of Nuclear Medicine Unit and Imaging Department S. Andrea Hospital La Spezia (Italy) Biography
Biography of Andrea Ciarmiello
Andrea Ciarmiello graduated from the Universitá Federico II Medical School (Napoli, ITALY) in 1983. He was trained in Nuclear Medicine at Molinette University (Torino, ITALY) obtaining a Specialist Degree in 1987. Then followed by training in Diagnostic Radiology at Seconda Università di Napoli completed in 2001. His main research interests are in oncology and neurology and in the last years he worked on novel deep learning model and radiomic applied to molecular images. From 2009 to 2012 and from 2018 to date he is the head of the Diagnostic Imaging Department of S. Andrea Hospital.