Dr. Arianna B. Lovati received her MD in Veterinary Medicine in 2002, and Ph.D. in 2010 at the University of Milan (Italy). She completed an Internship of equine arthroscopy at the Tierklinik (Germany), then at the Cornell University (USA) performing studies on animal mesenchymal stem cells. She collaborated with the University of Genoa and CRABCC S.r.l. working on animal models in orthopaedic and cardiovascular surgery. She currently works as a preclinical researcher at the Cell and Tissue Engineering Laboratory, IRCCS Galeazzi Orthopaedic Institute of Milan.
She works on preclinical models and translational approaches in the musculoskeletal field. In particular, her research is focused on regenerative medicine, osseointegration of prosthetic devices, and implant-related infections in orthopaedics. She has also expertise in physical therapies for musculoskeletal disorders (ESWT, Tecar). She is responsible for technical aspects of biomedicalapproaches along with R&D activities associated with stem cells,biomaterials/scaffolds/prostheses, laboratory and large animal models. From2014 to the present, she works as PI of an Italian Ministry of Health fundedproject focused on the development of decellularized matrices for tendon tissuesubstitution. She works as a consultant for several start-up companies in the fieldof tissue engineering. She is part of the Editorial Board of AIMS Cell and TissueEngineering and Stem Cells International. She has several refereed publications of researches in orthopaedics