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Prof. Rosina Cicero (Univ. Bari)

Thursday, December 10th, 2015
Prof. Rosina Cicero (Univ. Bari) - second from right - with her colleagues and collaborators Anna Gallone, Gabriella Guida and Immacolata Maida in Bari (2007), at the 14th ESPCR annual meeting she hosted and co-organized with Prof. Mauro Picardo

Prof. Rosina Cicero (Univ. Bari) - second from right - with her colleagues and collaborators Anna Gallone, Gabriella Guida and Immacolata Maida in Bari (2007), at the 14th ESPCR annual meeting she hosted and co-organized with Prof. Mauro Picardo

We are very sad to inform you of the passing today (December 10th, 2015) of professor Rosina Cicero. She was member of ESPCR for several years and she organized the 14th ESPCR meeting in Bari (Italy), in 2007. Regarding melanogenesis, she was mainly interested in extracutaneous melanogenesis in Amphibia. Professor of experimental biology in university of Catania, Bari and Foggia (Italy), she always had gentle manner and was an example of dedication to work for all of us. She was a Master of life for our group of experimental Biology of Bari.

Anna Gallone, Gabriella Guida, Immacolata Maida

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I am very sorry to learn the sad news about passing of Professor Rosina Cicero. I have in good memory the 14th ESPCR meeting she organized in Bari and I will remember her kindness and friendliness. My deepest sympathy to the Bari Group.
Tadeusz (Tad) Sarna

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I am deeply saddened by the news of Prof. Rosina Cicero passing. My thoughts are with her  family and colleagues in Bari.

She will not be forgotten.

ALIDA DEPASE

ESPCR Supporting Member

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I am very sorry to learn the passing of Prof. Rosina Cicero. Together with my colleagues from the University of Murcia, in Spain, the Bari group, led by Rosina Cicero, was always very close. I remember her and her team attending and enjoying the 12th ESPCR meeting I organized in 2006 in Barcelona and, thereafter, helping them to organize the meeting in Bari, from which I have very good memories too, and which provided all of us an excellent excuse to enjoy both science and culture in a beautiful city by the coast of Southern Italy. My most sincere condolences to her family, friends and colleages.

Lluis Montoliu, ESPCR Treasurer and webmaster

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It is indeed a sad announcement . I had the pleasure to co organize the ESPCR meeting in Bari with Rosina and besides enjoying the organization I remember having many nice moments with Rosina.  She will dearly missed.

Mauro Picardo

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I am very sad for the passing  of Rosina. She was a very nice person and professor and I appreciated so much the ESPCR meeting in Bari,  where I was involved. God bless her.

Silvia Moretti

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It was very sad to learn of the passing of Rosina. I  had the opportunity to meet her on the occasion of the Reston IPPC, several ESPCR meetings and particularly the Bari meeting that was the occasion of a closer interaction. I appreciated  her enthusiasm and passion for research. I would like to express my condolence to her colleagues and collaborators in Bari.

Sincerely

Alessandra Napolitano

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Thanks to all colleagues for the words of esteem and sincere friendship and simpaty towards Professor Cicero.
We thank you for the closeness that you have shown us.
Anna Gallone, Gabriella Guida and Immacolata Maida
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