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Adamo Cardiac Immunology Lab

The Adamo Cardiac Immunology Lab seeks a deeper understanding of the relationship between the immune system and cardiac function, with the goal of developing novel therapeutic options for patients with heart disease.

 
 
 
 

Research Team

Fabiana Pani

Fabiana Pani, M.D.

Fabiana Pani is physician-scientist with a passion for immunology and discovery. Born and raised in Cagliari (Sardinia, Italy), Fabiana obtained her MD and post graduate training in endocrinology at the Universities of Pisa and Cagliari. During her fellowship, Fabiana developed an interest in autoimmune diseases and endocrinopathies and published several clinical papers. In 2017 Fabiana moved to Johns-Hopkins University to add a basic-science dimension to her work. In Maryland Fabiana completed a first post-doctoral fellowship under the mentorship of Prof. Patrizio Caturegli where she studied autoimmune thyroiditis. In September 2020 she joined the Adamo Lab to expand her post-doctoral training to B cell biology and apply her knowledge of autoimmune disease to the emerging field of cardiac immunology.
 

Selected Publications

 
 
 
Join Our Team

Let's Do This Together!

If you are interested in the relationship between the immune system and the heart… we have something in common, and we would like to hear from you! Our team is growing. We have open positions for post-docs, staff scientists, technicians, graduate students and undergraduate students. In addition, we are open to any form of collaboration, in both the clinical and laboratory setting.

Luigi Adamo, M.D., Ph.D.
720 Rutland Ave - Ross 809 Baltimore, MD 21205
Tel. 410-502-2857
Fax. 410-367-2149
ladamo2@jhmi.edu

 
 
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