Dr. Mauro Tiso has a master in Chemistry from the University of Padova, Italy in 2001 and earned a PhD in Clinical-Bioanalytical Chemistry with specialization in Molecular Medicine at Cleveland State University with a dissertation on the electron transfer regulation in C-termini of the enzyme Nitric Oxide Synthase under the supervision of Dr. D.J. Stuehr at the Cleveland Clinic, Lerner Research Institute. He was a post-doctoral research fellow in the Gladwin lab at the National Institutes of Health.
Dr. Tiso The principal area of my research is the reactions of nitrate and nitrite with globin hemoproteins (such as hemoglobin, myoglobin and neuroglobin) to generate nitric oxide and the molecular pathways governing the link between dietary nitrate metabolism, the microbiome and human health.
PhD, Clinical Bio-analytical chemistry, Cleveland state University, OH
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