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About Andrea Bottaro

Andrea Bottaro, is a Professor of Biomedical Sciences at Cooper Medical School of Rowan University. He earned his PhD in Human Genetics from the University of Torino in Italy, after which he carried out postdoctoral fellowships at Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons in New York and at Harvard Medical School in Boston, and later joined the faculty of the University of Rochester School of Medicine before moving to Cooper Medical School.

Dr. Bottaro's research interests focus on the immunology of inflammatory and autoimmune diseases in both human patients and animal models. In particular, his lab studies the function of immune and non-immune (stromal) cell populations in the lymph nodes associated with sites of inflammation, and how the interaction between these cell types influences disease onset and progression, and features such as chronic inflammatory pain and lymph node invasion by cancer cells.

Positions

Present Professor of Biomedical Sciences, Rowan University Cooper Medical School of Rowan University
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1998 - 2012 Assistant Professor-Associate Professor of Medicine, University of Rochester ‐ School of Medicine and Dentistry
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1993 - 1995 Junior Faculty, University of Siena
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Education

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October 1991 - December 1997 Post-doctoral work and research training, Harvard Medical School ‐ Center for Blood Research
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1993 PhD in Human Genetics, University of Torino
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1987 Laurea - Biological Sciences, University of Torino, Italy
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Contact Information

Andrea Bottaro, PhD
Cooper Medical School of Rowan University
Department of Biomedical Sciences
401 South Broadway, Suite 542
Camden, NJ 08103
856-361-2867

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