Personale docente

Teresa Maria Seccia

Professore associato confermato

MED/09

Indirizzo: VIA GIUSTINIANI, 2 - PADOVA . . .

Telefono: 0498217829

Fax: 0498218292

E-mail: teresamaria.seccia@unipd.it

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Degree cum laude in Medicine.
Investigator at the Study Centre on Mitochondria and Energy Metabolism (CNR) and at Dept. Pharmaco-Biology of University of Bari; at the lab of the Dept. Molecular Pharmacology, Glaxo-Wellcome Research Centre in Verona.
Master on ‘Study of the endothelial function in humans'.
Grant from the Italian Society of Arterial Hypertension for a project on “Heart and Hypertension” performed at the Institut für Klinische Pharmakologie und Toxikologie, Freie Universität, Berlin, and the Dept. Clinical and Experimental Medicine, University of Padova.
International PhD Degree in 'Arterial Hypertension and Vascular Biology' at the University of Padova.

Associate Professor in Internal Medicine at the University of Padova.
Previously, Assistant Professor in Internal Medicine at the University of Bari and after at the University of Padova.
Teaching activities to the students and residents of the University Medical School of Padova.
Vice-coordinator of the International PhD Course in Arterial Hypertension and Vascular Biology, University of Padova.
Clinical activity at the Department of Medicine-DIMED, Padova.
Member of the Italian Society of Cardiology, Italian Society of Arterial Hypertension, European Society of Hypertension, International Society of Hypertension, European Council for Cardiovascular Research.
Referee for the journals Cardiovascular Research and Journal of Hypertension. Member of the Editorial Board of BMC Endocrine Disorders, PeerJ, Frontiers in Cardiovascular Diseases.
The research interest has been focussed on arterial hypertension and cardiovascular diseases.

- Ipertensione arteriosa: aspetti clinici e sperimentali;
- Iperaldosteronismo primario;
- Meccanismi molecolari coinvolti nella fibrosi cardiaca e renale.

- Fibrillazione atriale e ipertensione:
- Meccanismi di regolazione della fibrosi cardiaca e renale;
- Meccanismi patogenetici dell'iperaldosteronismo primario.


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