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Prof. Nucci speaks English fluently. He speaks also French and Spanish.
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Our professional interests are general ophthalmology, adult cataract, refractive surgery, pediatric ophthalmology, adult and children strabismus and ocular motility problems, nystagmus, ophthalmic plastic surgery.
The postural abnormalities are spefic interest of Professor Nucci
Curriculum Vitae Paolo Nucci, M.D.
Address San Giuseppe Hospital - Via San Vittore
12, Milano - Milano
Contact Email firstname.lastname@example.org , Phone +39.02.8599.4932, Fax +39.02.8599.4033
High School Liceo Classico B.Telesio, Cosenza, 1973 -1977
Medical School University of Naples, Nov 1977 -Nov 1983
Internship Dept of Ophthalmol General Hospital Mestre Venice Jan 1984 -Nov 1984
Residency Dept of Ophthalmol. Univ. of Trieste Nov 1984 - Nov 1985, Dept of Ophthalmol Univ of Milan Nov 1985 -July 1988
Fellowship Pediatric Ophthalmology: Dept of Ophthalmol Univ of Chicago Jan 1989 -June 1989
Awards Premio SOI 1987, Premio Chibret: SILO 1994
Member of the Board of Directors 1994-1998 of the Italian Ophthalmologists Association (APIMO) 2004-currently of the SOI (Italian Society of Ophthalmology)
Associate Professor University of Milan - Director Department of Ophthalmology University Hospital San Giuseppe,
Associate Editor of the European Journal of Ophthalmology, former member of the editorial board of "Ophthalmic Genetics", reviewer of the Archives of Ophthalmology, American Journal of Ophthalmology, Graefe Archives, Ophthalmology, J Cat & Refr Surg, J of AAPOS, Indian Journal of Ophthalmology
Papers and presentations
Senior Author and co-author of more than 200 publications,
140 reported in PubMed. Invited speaker in more than
200 meetings (45 international).
Author of chapter 99 vol 6 on the "Duane's Clinical Ophthalmology".
Author of 10 books on ocular embryology and genetics for ophthalmologists, pediatric ophthalmology, congenital cataract, strabismus and communication in medicine.