About the speaker

Carlo Robino, MD, is Assistant Professor of Forensic Medicine, Department of Public Health Sciences and Pediatrics, University of Turin. His main field of research is the study of DNA polymorphisms for personal identification purposes. Carlo Robino is author of 31 publications in refereed international journals (subject categories “Legal Medicine” and “Genetics & Heredity”) with over 600 citations (h-index=14), numerous publications in refereed conference proceedings and oral presentations at national and international meetings and conferences. Since 2008 he was principal investigator in several research project at local and national level (Funding agencies including University of Turin, Compagnia di San Paolo Foundation, CRT Foundation and Piedmont regional agency for finalized health research). He is member of the technical committee of the Italian Working Group of the International Society for Forensic Genetics. International collaborations include: Netherlands Forensic Institute, The Hague, The Netherlands; Department of Forensic Molecular Biology, Erasmus MC University Medical Center, Rotterdam, The Netherlands; Department of Biotechnologies. University of Oran Es-Senia, Algeria; Institute of Legal Medicine, University of Innsbruck, Austria; Institute of Legal Medicine, Charitè University - Berlin, Germany. In 2016 he was visiting researcher at the Department of Forensic Medicine, Mekelle University - College of Health Sciences, Ayder Referral Hospital, Mekelle, Ethiopia, as part of a project aimed at the study of DNA markers for the identification of Eritrean/Ethiopian immigrants who perished in the April 18th 2015 shipwreck in the Channel of Sicily.

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