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PhD Student

Annalisa D'Arco was born in Naples (Italy) on February 1983. She graduated cum laudem in Physics at the University of Naples "Federico II" on 2010, working on investigation of acute damage and genomic instability in human cells, induced by co-exposure to high LET radiation and UMTS signal. From 2009 to 2012, she had some experiences in research laboratories dealing with methodologies applied physics in the fields of biophysics of radiation, biomedical imaging, radiochemistry and nuclear physics. These experiences have led to a good knowledge about biological damage induced by ionizing radiations, fluorescence microscopy and biological imaging, radiochemical extraction of actinides and heavy metals from different matrixes such as concretes, soils, water, wine, urine and blood. It has been acquired a discrete knowledge of using and management of linear accelerators and X-ray machines, with related detection techniques.

From April 2013, she got a scholarship at the University of Naples "Federico II" with Tutor Prof. R. Velotta, in collaboration with Microelectronics and Microsystem Institute CNR in Naples with supervisor Dott. L. Sirleto. Since December 2013, Annalisa is a PhD student in " Industrial and Information Engineering" (Ingegneria industriale e dell'informazione) at the II University of Naples. Her research activities, now, are in the field of non-linear optics. In particular, her current studies are focused on realizing a microscope, not commercially available, based on the CRS spectroscopy.


Scientific Productions

M De Cesare, L Keith Fifield, C Sabbarese, SG Tims, N De Cesare, A D’Onofrio, A D’Arco, AM Esposito, A Petraglia, V Roca, F Terrasi

Actinides AMS at CIRCE and 236 U and Pu measurements of structural and environmental samples from in and around a mothballed nuclear power plant

Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research Section B: Beam Interactions with Materials and Atoms [North-Holland], Volume: 294 Pages: 152-159

L Manti, G Campajola, A D'Arco, G Gialanella, R Massa, P Scampoli, GF Grossi

Combined exposure of human cells to high LET radiation and UMTS signal: acute damage and genomic instability

38th Annual Meeting of the European Radiation Research Society [], Pages: 183-183

A D’Arco, L Manti, L Campajola, G Gialanella, R Massa, P Scampoli, G Grossi

Influenza del segnale UMTS (1.95 GHz) su danno citogenetico acuto ed instabilità genomica indotti in vitro da radiazione ionizzante ad alto LET.

XV Convegno Nazionale della Società per la Ricerche sulle Radiazioni [], Pages: 4-4

Lorenzo Manti, Paola Scampoli, F Di Martino, V Magaddino, C Moriello, A D'Arco, G Bisogni, C Carpentieri, G Gialanella, M Giannelli, G Grossi

The biological effectiveness of Intra-Operative RadioTherapy (IORT) beams

Physics for Health in Europe [], Pages: 47-47

Lorenzo Manti, Rita Massa, Luigi Campajola, A D’Arco, P Scampoli, G Grossi

In Vitro effects of exposure to radiofrequency on DNA damage induced by high-LET ionising radiation.

37th annual meeting of the European Radiation Research Society (ERRS) [], Pages: 163-163