Name: Pamela Pinzani

Country: Italy


Associate Professor,
Department of Biomedical, Experimental and Clinical Sciences,
University of Florence,

Phone no: 055 2758233

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Viale Pieraccini 6,
50139 Florence,

Research Interests:

Clinical Biochemistry and Clinical Molecular Biology.


Pamela Pinzani graduated in 1985 from Florence University in Italy discussing a thesis at the Faculty of Biology.
After post-degree periods as vis.


  1. Implementation of a companion diagnostic in the clinical laboratory: The BRAF example in melanoma.
  2. Immunohistochemistry is highly sensitive and specific for the detection of NRASQ61R mutation in melanoma.
  3. Powerful qPCR assays for the early detection of latent invaders: interdisciplinary approaches in clinical cancer research and plant pathology.
  4. High-Resolution Melting Analysis: A new molecular approach for the early detection of Diplodia pinea in Austrian pine.
  5. Detection of Diplodia pinea in asymptomatic pine shoots and its relation to the Normalized Insolation index.
  6. Circulating tumor cells and microemboli can differentiate malignant and benign pulmonary lesions.
  7. The potential of proteogenomics in oncology.
  8. Tumor-Related Methylated Cell-Free DNA and Circulating Tumor Cells in Melanoma.
  9. Single circulating tumor cell sequencing as an advanced tool in cancer management.
  10. BRAF and KIT somatic mutations are present in amelanotic melanoma.