|Dipartimento di Farmacia e Scienze della Salute e della Nutrizione|
Born in Caltanissetta (Italy), 16 July 1965.
1990: graduation in Chemistry, Unical, summa cum laude.
1991-1993: two-years fellowship at the Institute of Nuclear Chemistry of the CNR, Montelibretti - Research Area of Rome 1.
1993: Scientific Assistant at the Department of Chemistry, Unical.
1993: "NATO Advanced Study Institute (ASI) on Mass Spetrometry in the Biomolecular Sciences", 23 June-7 July, Lacco Ameno, Ischia (NA), Italy.
1994-1996: DPhil study on Synthesis of potential antiviral agents and their vehiculation.
1996: Ph.D final examination with the best classification.
1996-2000: Technical Assistant at the Faculty of Pharmacy, Unical.
2001-2005: University Research of Organic Chemistry at the Faculty of Pharmacy, Unical.
2001: "NATO Advanced Study Institute (ASI) on New Frontiers in Mass Spectrometry" Recent Developments in Instrumentation and Applications", 1-11 September, Marinasmir, Tetouan (Morocco).
2003: one-year post-doctoral fellowship from the "Max-Planck-Gesellschaft" working with Prof. Luis Moroder group at the "Max-Planck- Institut für Biochemie", "Arbeitsgruppe für Bioorganische Chemie " Martinsried b. München (Deutschland).
2005: Associate Professor of Organic Chemistry at the Department of Pharmacy and Nutritional and Health Science, Unical. He teaches "Physical Methods in Organic Chemistry" for undergraduates of the Degrees in "Pharmaceutical Chemistry and Technology", and "Nutritional Sciences" (Specialistic).
From 2001: Scientific and Technical responsible of the"Laboratory of NMR", Department of Pharmacy and Nutritional and Health Science, Unical.
From 2005: responsible for the student and research exchanges with the "Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg" (Deutschland) Germany in the ambit of the "Erasmus Project".
2005: cycle of seminars at the "Fakultät für Chemie und Pharmazie, Lehrstule für Phramazeutische Chemie", focusing on "The chemistry of amino acids: new methodologies for structure modifications and synthesis of low molecular weight peptides of biological interest" and "N,O-heterocyclic nucleoside analogues: synthesis of a novel and promising class of anti-HIV drugs".
From 1991: Member of the Italian Chemical Society-Organic Chemistry Division (SCI-DCO).
Foreign Languages: English, French, Deutsch.
Professor Dr. Carlo Siciliano
Department of Pharmacy, Health and Nutritional Sciences
I-87036 Arcavacata di Rende (CS)
Phone: +39 0984 493192