Dr. Anna Marabotti graduated in 1996 in Medicinal Chemistry at the University of Parma (final mark: 110/110 e lode), and obtained her Ph.D. in Biochemistry in 2001 at the University of Turin. She worked as post-doc fellow in several Italian universities (Verona, Padua, Second University of Naples) and in public research institutions (CNR) as well as in private institutions (IRCCS "E. Medea"). Moreover, she worked in one of the biggest pharmaceutical industries in the regulatory field. Since october 2012 she is an assistant professor in the Department of Chemistry and Biology of the University of Salerno at Fisciano.
Her main research interests are the studies of structure-dynamics-function relationships of proteins, protein-ligand interaction and allosteric regulations using a combination of experimental and bioinformatics techniques.
She has teached in several Universities and other public institutions, and she has been member of the Scientific and/or Organizing Committees for several congresses, courses, workshops and seminars. She is involved in national and international scientific societies, and she is a reviewer for several scientific journals and projects.
She has been and is still responsible of several research projects.
She is co-author of more than 60 full papers published in journals indicized by the main online resources (PubMed, JCR, Google Scholar, Scopus...) and of about 100 short communication to congresses.