Chapter 4: Mass spectrometry in metabolomics
by Angela Amoresano, Piero Pucci
Prof. Piero Pucci got his degree in Chemistry at the University of Napoli in 1978 was Assistant Professor of Biochemistry first, then Associate Professor of Biochemistry and is now Full Professor of Biochemistry at the Department of Chemical Sciences, University Federico II of Napoli. Prof. Pucci has been Post doctoral fellow and Visiting Associate at the Biochemical Department of the Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine in London, U. K.
Prof. Pucci is Member of the Board of Directors of the Italian Proteomic Foundation and Member of the Director Board and the Executive Comittee of the INBB Consortium. He was a former Member of the World Council of the Human Proteome Organization (HUPO), President of the Italian Human Proteome Organization (IHUPO), Member of the Council of the Italian Proteomic Association (ItPA) and Coordinator of the Protein Group of the Italian Society of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (SIBBM). At present, Prof. Pucci is Coordinator of the Technological Facilities and Responsible of both the Proteomic Laboratory and the Proteomic Facility at CEINGE Biotecnologie Avanzate.
Prof. Pucci delivered lectures to national and international Meetings, published more than 260 refereed papers on international journals with a H-Factor of 46 and is Consultant and Collaborator of several public and private Enterprises in the biotechnological and pharmaceutical field