Emanuele Durante Mangoni, MD PhD, is an associate professor of Internal Medicine in the University of Campania ‘L. Vanvitelli’ and director of Unit of Infectious and Transplant Medicine, ‘V. Monaldi’ teaching hospital, Naples, Italy. Head of a research laboratory with know-how in molecular biology and protein assays, he was a Research Fellow at Harvard Medical School, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston, and at the Imperial College Medical School in London.
Emanuele authored >200 full papers in peer-reviewed International journals with impact factor, with an Hirsch index of 44 and >7000 citations. His main areas of scientific interest include infective endocarditis, post-transplant and drug-resistant infections and viral hepatitis.
Scientific Board Member of Clinical Microbiology & Infection (2016- ) and European Journal of Internal Medicine, Emanuele is acting as the scientific secretary of the International Society for Cardiovascular Infectious Diseases (2017-2023). He is an investigator in several international and national studies funded by the US NIH, Italian Medicines Agency, the EU Commission and the Italian Ministries of Health and of Research.