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Fabiana Arieti

Clinical Research Assistant & Project Manager

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+39 045 812 7934

Short biography

Fabiana is a Senior Post-Doctoral Researcher and Project Manager within the Division of Infectious Diseases at the University of Verona. She completed her PhD in Molecular and Structural Biology at the University of Geneva, in Switzerland, and a Diploma in Global Health at the University of Brescia, after which she worked as a Project Coordinator in Mozambique, Africa for 2 years. She has over ten years of experience in fundamental and applied research, and over five years of experience in project management, implementation research, and epidemiology of infectious diseases and AMR, carried out in both high and low- and middle-income countries. She is also member of the board of Medicus Mundi Italia NGO and Medicus Mundi International network, both fighting global poverty by promoting health for all.

Projects

Born to be healthy

ORCHESTRA

BY YOUTH SIDE

AMR Travel Tool

ARCH-NET

PRIMAVERA

Excellence Centres

ECRAID-Base

EPI-Net

Publications

15/11/23

Clinical Microbiology and Infection

Frequency of bloodstream infections caused by six key antibiotic-resistant pathogens for prioritization of research and discovery of new therapies in Europe: a systematic review

22/12/22

The Lancet Regional Health–Europe

EPI-Net One Health reporting guideline for antimicrobial consumption and resistance surveillance data: a Delphi approach

4/10/23

Clinical Microbiology and Infection

A systematic review on the excess health risk of antibiotic-resistant bloodstream infections for six key pathogens in Europe

25/3/22

Journal of Travel Medicine

The antimicrobial resistance travel tool, an interactive evidence-based educational tool to limit antimicrobial resistance spread

22/9/23

Scientific Reports

Modelling antimicrobial resistance transmission to guide personalized antimicrobial stewardship interventions and infection control policies in healthcare setting: a pilot study

5/12/20

Journal of Antimicrobial Chemotherapy

White Paper: Bridging the gap between surveillance data and antimicrobial stewardship in the outpatient sector-practical guidance from the JPIAMR ARCH and COMBACTE-MAGNET EPI-Net networks

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