Organizing Committee Member

Manuela Oliverio

Manuela Oliverio

University Magna Graecia of Catanzaro


Dr. Manuela Oliverio is, since 2008, Assistant Professor (RTI) at the University “Magna Graecia” of Catanzaro- Department of Health Sciences. Since 2016 she hold the Italian qualification to Associate Professor in Organic Chemistry. Her education and training can be summarized by the following steps: 2008 - Post-doc Fellowship for the Research Program “Voucher e Borse per l’Alta Formazione, POR Calabria 2000-2006 - Misura 3.7” at “Università degli Studi Magna Graecia” - Catanzaro. 2005-2008: Ph.D. in Pharmaceutical Chemistry at “Università degli Studi Magna Graecia” of Catanzaro 2004: Master Degree in Organic Chemistry (110/110 Magna cum Laude) at “Università della Calabria” of Cosenza Her academic career and teaching experience at University Magna Graecia of Catanzaro is summarized below: Since 2014: Assistant Professors Deputy at the Health Sciences Department Jury Since 2013: Member of the Ph. D Teaching Board in Health Science- XXIX- XXXII Cycle- School of Pharmacy Since 2013: Assistant Professor in Organic Chemistry (4 + 2 CFU) at School of Pharmacy – CdS Biotechnology Before 2013: Assistant Professor in General Chemistry (4 CFU) CdS Biotechnology; Assistant Professor in General and Organic Chemistry (2 + 3 CFU) CdS Science and Technology of Animal Productions; assistant Professor in Analytical Chemistry (8CFU) CdS of Pharmacy. Dr. Oliverio is currently involved in the UMG MD Program as teacher of Organic Chemistry at the CdS of Biotecnology - School of Pharmacy; besides, she is involved in the High Formation Programs of UMG School of Pharmacy as lecturer for the Doctoral School in Health Science, the ECM ENPAB Intensive Course in Nutraceutics and the Advanced Course in Nutraceutics. Moreover, she participated as lecturer for the 1st SCI Doctoral School in Green Chemistry of the SCI – GC Division. She is actually supervisor of 2 PhD Students and 2 MD Students. During her academic career Dr. Oliverio waved several national and international offsite collaborations: Italian Institute of Technology (IIT), Genova, Italy; Dipartimento di Scienze e Tecnologia del Farmaco, Università di Torino; Christian Doppler Laboratory for Microwaves Chemistry (CDLMC) – Karl Franzens Universität – Graz – Austria; Laboratoire Biomolécolaire de Synthèse”, CNRS de Montpellier, Université de Montpellier II, France. Dr Oliverio was involved as Chairman and/or member of Scientific and Organizing Committee of several scientific meetings: 2017: Organizing Committee (Member) UMG for the Work-shop: EVOO 2017 Annus Orribilis. Università Magna Graecia – June 30, 2017 2015: Organizing Committee (Member) UMG for the SCI-CASI Conference 2015 , Università Magna Graecia, December 3-4 2015: Technical Board Member for the ScienceOne International Conference on Pharmaceutical Sciences – Dubai (UAE)- January 21-23, 2015. 2014: Organizing Committee (Chairman) and Scientific Committee (Member) UMG for the Work-shop: Food Processing Innovation and Green Extraction Technologies: recent advances and applications in human health. Università Magna Graecia – September 25-26, 2014. 2011: Organizing Committee (Member) UMG for the Meeting “Chem4Life: from functional foods to active molecules”, Università Magna Graecia – September 29-30, 2011 (International Year of Chemistry)

Research Area

Research activity of Dr. Oliverio has been mainly focused on green manipulation of biologically active molecules and on exploiting chemical and agricultural waste as platform for fine chemicals, playing attention to the use of reusable-non toxic catalysts, solvent free conditions, US and MW energy, Q-tube reactors to improve the processes environmental compatibility She attended to:  6 Conference as Invited Lecturer ( 3 International); 5 Conference as Oral Presenter (3 International), 15 Conference as Poster Presenter (4 International) She was co-author of 59 scientific publications (50 Papers on peer review international journals, 2 Proceedings on peer review international journals, 1 book chapter, 9 Papers in ISSN journals), 13 of which as Reference author, with a total H-index of 18 and total citation number of 743. Dr. Oliverio is reviewer for: Molecules, Green Chemistry Letters, Ultrasonic Sonochemistry, Journal of Chemical Technology & Biotechnology, ACS Medicinal Chemistry Letters, Mediterranean Journal of Chemistry, ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering, Bioorganic Chemistry, Letters in Drug Design & Discovery. 2 ‐ National and international achievements Dr. Manuela Oliverio received her first personal grant after her MD degree by the Bonino-Pulejo Foundation, for the achievement of an excellent results (110/110 cum laude) as MD student. Thanks to this grant Dr. Oliverio had the possibility to start her research activity offsite at the “Laboratoire Biomolécolaire de Synthèse” – CNRS de Montpellier – Université de Montpellier II – France under the Supervision of Doctor C. Mathé. Besides the personal grant, Bonino-Pulejo foundation acknowledged in 2004 Dr. Manuela Oliverio with the Best MD Graduate Award 2004, thus opening a scientific career characterized by important national and international acknowledgments. In 2014, at the 3th ScienceOne Conference on drug Discovery & Development- Dubai – UAE, the oral presentation of Dr. Oliverio was awarded with the Conference Best Paper Award 2014 by the Scientific Committee of the meeting. Always in 2014, Dr. Oliverio gained the Giacomo Ciamician Medal 2014, for her achievements in the use of alternative solvents, energies and catalysts in organic chemistry. The Giacomo Ciamician Medal is an acknowledgement annually recognized by the Organic Chemistry Division of Italian Society of Chemistry to young researchers who achieved excellent results in their research activities. During her academic career, Dr. Oliverio has already proven to be able to successfully manage national grants. In 2013 the Research project “Valorization of olive oil as functional food in cancer protection” financed by “Fondazione Università Magna Graecia” and coordinated by Dr. Oliverio, won an internal competition dedicated to UMG young researchers. In 2017 Dr. Oliverio has been positively evaluated for the ANVUR-FFABR grant. Besides the previous involvements as PI, Dr. Oliverio participated as Research Collaborator to the following financed project: 2014: PON03PE_00078_01 Metodologie innovative per l’estrazione e purificazione di derivati del bergamotto e dall’olea europea e per lo sviluppo di biomateriali, biosensori e biomarcatori a basso impatto tossicologico ed ambientale” -Scientific Coordinator Prof. Vincenzo Mollace 2012: PONa3_000359: “Interregional Research Centre for Food Safety & Health –IRC_FSH” - Scientific Coordinator Prof. Vincenzo Mollace 2011: Regional Project QUASIORA – LAB Calabria: “Qualità e Sicurezza Origine degli Alimenti” - Scientific Coordinator Prof. Domenico Britti 2010: PRIN 2008: “Sviluppo eco-compatibile di trasformazioni in sintesi organica” – Scientific Coordinator Prof. Giancarlo Cravotto

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