Dr Massimo Magagnoli is a haematologist and Associate Director at the Department of Hematology and Clinical Oncology at the Humanitas Cancer Center in Milan. He graduated in medicine from the University of Bologna, where he attended the "Seragnoli" hematology institute, first as a medical student and later as a doctor in specialization. At this institute he specialized in hematology with laude. Since 1999 he works at Humanitas Cancer Center. Dott Magagnoli specializes in the management of non-Hodgkin's lymphomas and chronic lymphatic leukemia. Particular interest is in the study and research of new drugs for lymphoma and chronic lymphatic leukemia. From 1999, he followed and participated in more than 40 Phase I, II and III clinical trials in hematologic malignancies. Last GCP training (ICH E6 (R2) GCP) on November 2017. Dr Magagnoli other interests in the management of older patients with haematological tumors, and tools to improve the care of this patient population. Massimo is co-author of about 80 peer-reviewed papers
Authored by LYMPHOMA & MYELOMA CONNECT members, the paper ‘Translating the Biology of Diffuse Large B-cell Lymphoma into Treatment’ provides an overview of recent advances in DLBCL biology and how they can be translated into clinical care.
A review paper ‘Follicular lymphoma: recent and emerging therapies, treatment strategies, and remaining unmet needs’ authored by LYMPHOMA CONNECT members