• Qualifica: Docente presso Universit√† "La Sapienza" di Roma

Andrea Grignolio, Ph.D in Storia della scienza, è stato ospite del Centre Cavaillès dell'Ecole Normale Supérieure di Parigi (2004), Research Fellow (2002) e Postdoctoral Fellow (2005-06) del Center for History and Philosophy of Science della Boston University, Visiting Scholar (2009) dell'Office for History of Science and Technology della University of California, Berkeley, e Le Studium Research Fellow (2015-17) presso l’Université François Rabelais di Tours (Fr). È autore del libro “Chi ha paura dei vaccini?” (2016, Codice Edizioni), insieme a Elena Cattaneo e José De Falco ha scritto “Ogni giorno. Tra scienza e politica” (2016, Mondadori) e insieme a Gabriele Beccaria “Scienza & Democrazia. Come la ricerca demolisce i nostri pregiudizi e può migliorarci la vita” (2015, Edizioni La Stampa/40K).
Insegna Storia della Medicina e Bioetica (MED/02) nei 4 seguenti CdL: 1) Tecniche di Radiologia Medica (ASL di Viterbo), Facoltà di Medicina e Psicologia (dal 2013); 2) Tecniche ortopediche, Azienda Ospedaliera Sant'Andrea, Facoltà di Medicina e Psicologia (dal 2015); 3) Infermieristica, ASL Frosinone — Umberto I, Facoltà di Farmacia e Medicina (dal 2016); 4) Medicina e Chirurgia, canale B, Facoltà di Farmacia e Medicina (dal 2017, con la Prof. Maria Conforti).

Andrea Grignolio, Ph.D. in History of Science, focuses his research on the history of biomedical disciplines in twentieth-century western society, with special regard to immunology and molecular biology. He studied at the Centre Cavaillès of École Normale Supérieure in Paris (2004), was a Research Fellow (2002) and Post-doctoral Fellow (2006-2007) at the Center for Philosophy and History of Science at Boston University, Visiting Scholar at the Office for History of Science and Technology at UC Berkeley (2009), and ARD2020 Research Fellow at the University François-Rabelais of Tours, France (2016-17).
He is author of papers appeared on international journals and of the books “Chi ha paura dei vaccini?”, 2016 (Are They Worth a Shot?, Springer 2018); together with Cattaneo E., De Falco J., “Ogni giorno. Tra scienza e politica”, 2016 (Everyday. Between science and politics); and with Beccaria G., “Scienza&Democrazia”, 2014 (Science & Democracy); and Grignolio A. (ed. by), Immunology Today. Three Historical Perspectives under Three Theoretical Horizons, Bononia University Press, Bologna, 2010.
Popularization of science remains one of his favorite side subjects, which he cultivates by collaborating with newspapers, TV and radio programs, as well as writing scientific plays (The longing to understand. The history of Barbara McClintock; readapted after Jane Cox; and Le Parole di Rita Levi Montalcini, co-authored with Valeria Patera) and books for children (“Storie di vaccini. Dalle epidemie del passato alle bufale su Internet” [Vaccines’ stories. From past epidemics to Web hoaxes]; “Perché si dice 33?” [Why we say 99?], with Federico Taddia).
He teaches History of Medicine and Bioethics in four health and medical degree courses, and is a member of the CNR’s Scientific Research Secretariat for Ethics in Research and Bioethics.

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