Dr. Pietro Gentile
Position and education
Chair of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery at Catholic University “Our Lady of Good Counsel” of Tirana, Albania.
Researcher of type B, in Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, at University of Rome Tor Vergata
Enabled Full Professor (I grade) in Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery.
Enabled Associate Professor (II grade) in Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery.
Phd in Regenerative Surgery at University of Rome Tor Vergata with the thesis “Application of derived stromal vascular stem cells and growth factors in Regenerative Surgery”. XXIV Cycle.
2009, November 10th
Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon, summa cum laude at University of Rome Tor Vergata. Thesis titled: “New frontiers in Regenerative Surgery: use of platelet gel and growth factors in adipose tissue grafting”.
2003, July 24th
Doctor of Medicine Degree (MD) in Medicine and Surgery at Rome Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, with a final grade of 110/110.
from July the 1st 2013 to 30 June 2017
Fellow Research at University of Rome Tor Vergata regarding the project ““Valutazione Fisico Clinica dell'efficacia di nuovi protocolli sull'utilizzo del Plasma Ricco di Piastrine per l'innesto autologo di cellule del tessuto adiposo”(Clinic evaluation of new protocols on the use of Platelet Rich Plasma to improve autologous fat graft cells)
2012, August 1st
Appointed by Censis as medical scientific supervisor of the research “Opportunità e possibilità di sviluppo della medicina rigenerativa nel Lazio” (Opportunity and possibility of regenerative medicine development in Lazio).
Technical Consultant in Rome Trial Court for Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery.
Secretary of the Monitoring Committee of the Project “Indagine conoscitiva, comparativa fra Lazio ed altre regioni italiane sui fattori che influenzano negativamente la donazione d’organo da cadavere nel Lazio e sul fabbisogno di pelle e cartilagine e di banche staminali nel Lazio” (Cognitive and comparative survey among Lazio and others Italian Regions on negative influencing factors on cadaver organ transplants in Lazio and on requirements for skin and cartilage and stem cells banking in Lazio).