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Dr. Federico Cacciapuoti is a Professor in Department of Cardiovascular diseases at University of Naples, Italy. He was enrolled at the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Naples in the Academic Year 1966-67. He also worked as Internal doctor at the Institute of Special Medical Pathology and Clinical Methodology at the University of Naples from 1972-1973.In the Academic Year 1973-74, he wins a biennial scholarship for training, for didactic and scientific training to be held at the Institute of Special Medical Pathology and Clinical Methodology of the 1st Faculty of Medicine and Surgery of the University of Naples. Dr. Federico Cacciapuoti was appointed as an Associate Professor in Gerontology and Geriatrics at University of Naples, Italy. In 1991 he joined the Chair of Medical Therapy and, starting from A 1997-98, he was appointed Professor Associate to the Chair of Internal Medicine and this assignment still covers. In 1996 Dr. Federico Cacciapuoti was also assigned the task of teaching in Echocardiography at School of Specialization in Nuclear Medicine at the Second University of Naples. Starting from the academic year 1998-99 he is assigned the task of the Cardiology Teaching and Vascular Diseases at the School of Specialization in Diabetes and Metabolism Diseases at the same University.
Professor, University of Naples, Italy
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