Giovanni Palmisano, docente presso l’Università dell’Insubria

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   Giovanni Palmisano è un turese trasferito a Milano ora professore presso Università dell’Insubria,  istituita il 14 luglio 1998 e che ha la particolarità di essere una delle prime Università italiane a sperimentare un nuovo modello organizzativo, presentando l’originale sistema a rete di tipo bipolare che contempla la presenza di due sedi principali, Como e Varese, e di altre sedi satellite sotto l’unico logo della Universitas Studiorum Insubriae

 

Il suo curriculum (dal website dell’Univ. Insubria)

Full Professor

Department of Chemical and Environmental Sciences

Via Valleggio 11

I-22100 COMO (Italy)

Tel:+39-031-2386234

Fax:+39-031-2386439

E-mail: giovanni.palmisano@uninsubria.it

 

Biography Giovanni Palmisano was born Turin, Italy, in 1947 and received his Laurea in 1971 from the University of Milan under the supervision of Prof. L. Canonica. He started his academic career as an Assistant Professor at the Milan and was appointed to Associate Professor of Organic Chemistry at the same institution in 1983. As Full Professor of Organic Chemistry he joined University of Turin in 1994, and then moved to the University of Piemonte Orientale-Novara. From 2000 he held the Chair of Organic Chemistry at the University of Insubria-Como

 

Research interests His research interests ranged from structural elucidation, molecular rearrangement, photochemistry and total synthesis of natural compounds (terpenoids, steroids, alkaloids and coumarins) through organic electrochemistry. Recently, these interests changed to the functionalization of heterocyclic compounds induced by transition-metal complexes and synthesis of polyazamacrocycles as ligands for contrast agents in Magnetic Resonance Imaging. He is co-author of over 170 papers and co-inventor of 4 patents.

 

Teaching experience and appointments

Organic Chemistry  Basic Principles of Macromolecular Chemistry Chemistry of Bioactive Compounds

 

Representative publications

G.B.Giovenzana, G.Palmisano, M.Sisti, C.Cavallotti , S. Aime, L. Calabi

MULTIDENTATE AZA LIGANDS ABLE TO COMPLEX METAL IONS AND THEIR USE IN DIAGNOSTICS

 

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