Assoc Prof Dr Stefania Albrizio | Food Security | Women Researcher Award

Professore Associato at  Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II Federico II, Italy

Stefania Albrizio is an Italian associate professor born on June 25, 1966. She currently resides in Via Pasquale del Torto, 28, 80131 Napoli, Italy.Stefania holds a Ph.D. in Chemistry of Natural Products from the University of Naples Federico II, obtained in July 1994, and a degree in Pharmaceutical Chemistry and Technologies, graduating cum laude in March 1990.

 

Publication Profile:🌟👨‍🎓

🎓 Education:

  • Ph.D. in Chemistry of Natural Products, Univ. of Naples Federico II [07/1994]
  • Degree in Pharmaceutical Chemistry and Technologies (110/110 cum laude), Univ. of Naples Federico II [26/03/1990]
  • Classical High School Diploma (58/60), VII Liceo Ginnasio Statale “Adolfo Pansini,” Naples

👩‍🏫 Professional Experience:

  • Associate Professor (Pharmaceutical Chemistry) – Univ. of Naples Federico II [Current]
  • Permanent Researcher (Pharmaceutical Chemistry) – Univ. of Naples Federico II [01/11/1999 – 26/12/2004]
  • Post-doctoral Fellowship – Univ. of Salerno [01/01/1997 – 31/01/1999]
  • Research Contract – Univ. of Salerno [01/12/1995 – 31/12/1996]
  • Contract for Scientific Collaboration – Univ. of Naples Federico II [01/04/1990 – 31/10/1990]

👩‍🏫 Teaching Activities:

  • Analytical Chemistry, Laboratory for Analysis of Drugs – Univ. of Naples Federico II [Current]
  • MOOC Online Course in Analytical Chemistry – Univ. of Naples Federico II [Current]
  • Food Chemistry, Analysis of Food and Nutraceuticals – Univ. of Naples Federico II [AY 2005/2006 – 2011/12]
  • Biopharmaceutics and Drug Metabolism – Graduate School in Hospital Pharmacy, Univ. of Naples Federico II [AY 2000/2001 – 2006/07]

Research Focus 🌾🔬

🌿 Stefania Albrizio’s research encompasses the meticulous monitoring of pesticide residues in extra virgin olive oil, employing LC-MS/MS for precise detection. This vital study, published in Food Chemistry, explores potential health risks for consumers, ensuring the safety of one of our dietary staples. (2024-06, DOI: 10.1016/j.foodchem.2024.138498) 🥛 Additionally, her work delves into the occurrence of Bisphenol A in the milk chain, contributing to a comprehensive risk assessment model in collaboration with researchers from the dairy industry. The study, published in the Journal of Dairy Science, sheds light on the safety implications of this ubiquitous chemical in dairy products. (2021-05, DOI: 10.3168/jds.2020-19365) Stefania’s dedication to food safety underscores her commitment to ensuring the well-being of consumers and enhancing our understanding of potential risks associated with everyday food items. 🍽️🔬 #FoodSafety #ResearchExcellence #RiskAssessment #ScienceInFood

 

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Stefania Albrizio | Food Security | Women Researcher Award

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