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Professor Nadia Di Muzio is a Chief of the Radiotherapy Department in the San Raffaele Research Hospital in Milan, Italy. Professor of Medical Physics in a Specialization School at the University of Milan, Professor of Radiation Therapy in a Specialization School, Faculty of Medicine and Surgery, at the University of Milan-Bicocca and Professor at the Vita-Salute San Raffaele University.
Doctor Di Muzio underwent a training program at the University of Wisconsin-Madison in the department of Radiotherapy, where studied the use of the Tomotherapy system. She also has been trained at the University of New York on the use of high-tech equipment for radiation therapy.
Professor Di Muzio began medical practice at the San Raffaele Radiochemotherapy Unit in 1994, working on integrated radiochemotherapy treatment protocols for head and neck neoplasms and chemotherapy protocols for the third stage metastatic colorectal cancer and breast cancer. Prostate pathologies is a particular interest of Professor Di Muzio.
Since 1999 Professor Di Muzio holds a position of Italian Coordinator of the Brachitherapy Italian Group and actively advocates the implementation of high-precision hypofraction methods in the radical treatment of prostate neoplasms. In 2005 became a member of the European Tomotherapy Steering Committee.
Professor Di Muzio is a member of significant Italian and international medical communities, such as Italian Society of Uro-Oncology (SIUrO), The European SocieTy for Radiotherapy and Oncology (ESTRO). Since 2013 held office of Vice-President of the Italian Association of Radiation Oncologist (AIRO) in the Lombardy region. She is also a member of the Scientific Committee of the Adrotherapy Center in Pavia and of the Cancer Institute of Candiolo.
Doctor Di Muzio is an author and co-author for more than 200 scientific papers and book chapters (over 3 500 citations, h-index - 31), also a reviewer of the most important scientific magazines in the field of radiation oncology: International Journal of Radiation Oncology Biology Physics, Radiation Oncology, Journal of Cancer Research and Therapeutics.back to the search