Dott. Pantaleo Romanelli

Nome: Pantaleo Romanelli

Specializzazione: Neurochirurgia, Neuropsichiatria infantile

Sede: CDI Saint Bon

TITOLI ACCADEMICI

  • 2004-2005: Clinical Assistant Professor, Dipartimento di Neurochirurgia, Stanford University
  • 2005-2007: Clinical Assistant Professor, Dipartimento di Neurologia, State University of New York at Stony Brook
  • 2008-2009: Consulting Professor, Dipartimento di Neurochirurgia, Stanford University
  • 2005-2007: Scienziato Ospite presso il Sincrotrone Nazionale americano di Brookhaven (Brookhaven National Laboratory,BNL), New York
  • 2008-2011: Scienziato Ospite presso il Sincrotrone Europeo di Grenoble (European Synchrotron Radation Facility,ESRF), Grenoble

ESPERIENZE PROFESSIONALI

COLLABORAZIONI ATTUALI

  • Consulente-Direttore Scientifico, Radiochirurgia Cerebrale, Centro Diagnostico Italiano
  • Direttore Scientifico presso l' AB Medica
  • Scienziato Ospite, European Synchrotron Radiation Facility, Grenoble

PRINCIPALI SETTORI ATTIVITÀ

  • Neurochirurgia stereotassica e funzionale (stimolazione cerebrale profonda, stimolazione del nervo vago), Chirurgia dell'Epilessia, Radiochirurgia Cyberknife (Nevralgia Trigeminale, Tumori cerebrali), Brain computer interface (Protesi neurali).

ATTIVITA' SCIENTIFICA E PUBBLICAZIONI

  • Anschel D, Romanelli P, Mazumdar A. "Clinical Neuroradiology: cases and key facts" Mc Graw-Hill, New York, 2007
  • Romanelli P,Fardone E,Prezado Y, Brauer E, Bravin A. "Brain microradiosurgery using synchrotron-generated microbeams" PeerEmed 2011
  • Romanelli P, Bravin A. "Synchrotron-generated microbeam radiosurgery: a novel approach to modulate brain function" Neurological Research, October 2011, Impact Factor: 1,2
  • Romanelli P, Bianchi L, Muacevic A, Beltramo G. "Staged Cyberknife radiosurgery for optic nerve sheat meningiomas" Computer aided Surgery,November 2011, Impact Factor 1,7
  • P. Romanelli, E. Fardone et al., Synchroton-Generated Microbeam Sensorimotor Cortex Transections Induce Seizure Control without Disruption of Neurological Function Plos One January 2013, Volume 8, Issue 1
  • M. Barbarisi, P. Romanelli. The emerging role of stereotactic radiosurgery in the treatment of glioblastoma multiforme Current Radiopharmaceutical 2012 October 5(4):292-9
  • C. Colonnese, P. Romanelli Advanced neuroimaging techniques in the management of glioblastoma muliforme Current Radiopharmaceutical 2012 October 5(4):300-7
  • A. Conti, A. Pontoiero, D. Arpa, C. Siragusa, C. Tomasello, P. Romanelli, S. Cardali, F. Granata, C De Renzis, F. Tomasello Efficacy and toxicity of Cyberknife re-irradiaton and “dose dense” temozolomide for recurrent gliomas Acta Neurochirurgica (Wien) February 154(2):203-9
  • P. Romanelli, P. Striano, M. Barbarisi, G. Coppola, DJ Anschel. Non resective surgery and radiosurgery for treatment of drug-resistant epilepsy Epilepsy Reseach 2012 May 99(3):193-201
  • S. Striano, L. Santulli, M. Ianniciello, M. Ferretti, P. Romanelli, P. Striano. The gelastic seizures-hypothalamic hamartoma syndrome: facts, hypotheses and perspectives Epilepsy Behavior 2012 May 24(1):7-13
  • G. Mirabella, S. Iaconelli, P. Romanelli, N. Modugno, F. Lena, M. Manfredi, G. Cantore. Deep brain stimulation of subthalamic nuclei affects arm response inhibition in Parkinson’s patients Cerebral Cortex 2012 May 22(5):1124-32
  • P. Romanelli, L.C. Bianchi, A. Muacevic, G. Beltramo. Staged image guided robotic radiosurgery for optic nerve sheath meningiomas Computer Aided Surgery 2011; 16(6):257-66