Biography

Professor Arduino A Mangoni

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Professor Mangoni is Strategic Professor and Head of Clinical Pharmacology at Flinders University, and Senior Consultant in General Medicine and Clinical Pharmacology at Flinders Medical Centre, Southern Adelaide Local Health Network. He completed advanced training in Clinical Pharmacology, Cardiology and General (Internal) Medicine in Italy, USA and the UK. He has FRACP status in Clinical Pharmacology and General Medicine. Professor Mangoni was awarded a PhD in Pharmacology at King’s College, University of London, in 2003. He was appointed Senior Lecturer (2003-2007) and Associate Professor (2007-2009) in Clinical Pharmacology at Flinders University before taking up the Chair in Medicine of Old Age at the University of Aberdeen (2010-2012). In 2013, he was appointed Strategic Professor and Head of Clinical Pharmacology at Flinders University.

 

Qualifications

1991    MD(Hons), University of Milan, Italy

1995    Diploma of Specialist in Cardiology and Internal Medicine, University of Milan, Italy

1996    ECFMG Certificate (USMLE Part 1, USMLE Part 2, and English Examination). Certificate number: 0-526-885-9

2003    MRCP(UK), Royal College of Physicians of London

2003    CCST in Clinical Pharmacology & Therapeutics and General (Internal) Medicine, Specialist Training Authority, London, UK

2003    PhD, ‘Vascular, haemorheological, and cognitive effects of folic acid in patients at high cardiovascular risk’, King’s College, University of London, UK

2004    FESC (Fellow of the European Society of Cardiology)

2005    FRACP (Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Physicians, General Medicine)

2007    FACC (Fellow of the American College of Cardiology)

2009    FRCP (Lond) (Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians of London)

2010    FACP (Fellow of the American College of Physicians)

2010    FCP (Fellow of the American College of Clinical Pharmacology)

2010    FRCP (Glasg) (Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow)

2011    FRCP (Edin) (Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh)

2012    FBPhS (Fellow of the British Pharmacological Society)

2013    FRACP (Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Physicians, Clinical Pharmacology)

2019    Qualified for the role of Full Professor of Internal Medicine in Italian Universities by the Italian Ministry of Education, University and Research (Abilitazione Nazionale, 2019-2025)

Main academic achievements

  • Research grant income: ~$15M (Chief, co-investigator, or associate investigator)
  • 273 papers published in peer-reviewed international scientific journals
  • Total citations: 6,271; h-index: 37 (Google Scholar)
  • Carrick citation for outstanding contributions to student learning “For promotion of safe and effective medication management through an innovative e-learning pharmacology course for Nurse Practitioners in urban, rural and remote areas of Australia” (2007)
  • Co-editor and author of the book ‘Prescribing for Elderly Patients’ by Wiley (2009)
  • Regular contributor for ‘Side Effects of Drugs Annual’, Elsevier (2012-present)
  • Editor-in-Chief of ‘Therapeutic Advances in Drug Safety’ (2009-present), ‘Current Clinical Pharmacology’ (2013-present), and Clinical Medicine Insights: Cardiology (2019-present).
  • Editorial Board Member: British Journal of Clinical Pharmacology (2004-present), Age & Ageing (2006-present), Therapeutic Advances in Chronic Disease (2010-present), International Journal of Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics (2014-present), European Journal of Clinical Pharmacology (2014-present), Molecules (2015-present), Expert Review of Precision Medicine and Drug Development (2015-present), Aging Clinical and Experimental Research (2017-present), Drugs in Context (2017-present), Sci (2018-present), Journal of Geriatric Cardiology (2018-present), Therapeutic Advances in Cardiovascular Disease (2018-present), eLife (2019-)
  • Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Physicians (General Medicine, 2005; Clinical Pharmacology, 2013)
  • Elected Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians of London (2009), Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow (2010) and Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh (2011)
  • Elected Fellow of the British Pharmacological Society (2012)
  • Revision and update of the ‘Australian Hypertension Guidelines’, as executive member of the National Blood Pressure and Vascular Disease Committee of the National Heart Foundation of Australia (2008, 2010 and 2016)
  • Revision and update of the ‘Australian Guidelines on the use of Ambulatory Blood Pressure Monitoring for the management of Hypertension’ as executive member of the working group of the High Blood Pressure and Research Council of Australia (2011)
  • Executive Member of the Guideline Development Group, Scottish Intercollegiate Guidelines Network (SIGN), ‘Management of Chronic Pain’ (2014)
  • Advisory Panel Member, Australian College of Emergency Medicine, review of the efficacy and safety of thrombolysis in acute ischaemic stroke (2016)
  • Six fully funded Visiting Professorships, University of Sassari, Italy (2011-present)
  • Awarded Honorarprofessor status, Medizinische Fakultät Carl Gustav Carus, Technische Universität Dresden, Technische Universität Dresden, Dresden, Germany (2019-)
  • Awarded qualification for the role of Full Professor of Internal Medicine in Italian Universities by the Italian Ministry of Education, University and Research (Abilitazione Nazionale, 2019-2025)
  • 2019 Society of Hospital Pharmacists of Australia Honour Roll: acknowledged members who have contributed their time and expertise to advance Australian pharmacy and patient care through key SHPA bodies.

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Arduino, Mangoni. Professor Arduino A Mangoni, Encyclopedia, 2020, v1, Available online: https://encyclopedia.pub/578