Marco Ruggiero, MD, has a PhD in Molecular Biology and a specialization in Diagnostic Radiology. He served in the NATO Army as Medical Officer. In 1984-1986 he worked at the Laboratory of Cellular and Molecular Biology of Burroughs Wellcome Co, where he published a paper in PNAS sponsored by Nobel Laureate Sir John Vane. He worked at the National Cancer Institute of the NIH where he performed research on oncogenes and signal transduction. He was then Professor of Molecular Biology at the University of Firenze until his retirement in 2014. He collaborated with the late Dr. Bradstreet on the diagnostics and therapeutics for autism and they published two papers in major peer-reviewed journals. One of these proposes a breakthrough hypothesis for autism. The paper is in the open domain.
All papers authored by Dr. Ruggiero are listed in Google Scholar.
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