Biochemistry & Pharmacology: Open Access

Biochemistry & Pharmacology: Open Access
Open Access

ISSN: 2167-0501

Maria Stefania Sinicropi

Maria Stefania Sinicropi

Professor, Department of Pharmacy and Health Science and Nutrition

Professor Sinicropi Maria Stefania was born in Reggio Calabria on 05.18.1967, and graduated in Chemistry at the Universita 'degli Studi di Messina with full marks (110 cum laude / 110), discussing a thesis entitled: "Mechanism of an unusual reaction of intramolecular transfer of Hydrogen mediated Platinum and Palladium”. In the second session of 1990 he has supported and has successfully passed the state examinations for free profession of Chemist and was admitted onto. In the school year 1990/1991 was a temporary deputy of Chemistry in Secondary School Higher. From June 1991 to June 1992 she won a scholarship and he worked CNR Research at the CNR-M.I.S.O. (Innovative Methods of Organic Synthesis), University of Bari. That same year he supported and won the competition for admission to the Doctoral School In "Chemistry" (VIII cycle) at the University of Calabria and in aa 1992/1993 and 1993/1994 he carried out his research at the Department of Inorganic Chemistry and Structure Molecular of the University of Messina (based consortium) along the lines of research of prof. P. Piraino. In 1994 he supported and won the competition for university researcher for the group of disciplines CO7- Pharmaceutical- and 02/11/1994 employed at the Faculty of Pharmacy of the University of Calabria - Cosenza. From 02.11.1997 it is entered in the range of university researchers confirmed and was framed in the scientific field CO7 / X-Chemistry pharmaceutically and, subsequently, 1.2.2001, under D.M. 04/10/2000, in the sector CHIM / 08-Chemistry pharmaceutically. From 15.12.2006 is Professor in Medicinal Chemistry (SSD: CHIM / 08), at the Faculty of Pharmacy and Nutrition Science and Health, Arcavacata Rende, Cosenza.
Research Interest
  • Inorganic Chemistry
  • Medicinal Chemistry
  • Nutrition Science

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