About Dr. Talamo


About Dr. Talamo
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Dr. Giampaolo Talamo received his medical degree at the University of Perugia, Italy, in 1989. He first specialized in Internal Medicine in Italy, and had an eclectic professional experience, ranging from laboratory research to E.R. medicine. He completed his fellowship in Medical Oncology in New York City, under the direction of famous Dr. James F. Holland, considered one of the "founding fathers" of medical oncology. He was chief fellow in 1997, when Dr. Holland chaired for the last time the Oncology division at the Mount Sinai Hospital. Subsequently, Dr. Talamo specialized in the treatment of multiple myeloma spending several years at the Myeloma Institute for Research and Therapy in Little Rock, Arkansas, directed by Dr. Bart Barlogie, and considered by many experts at that time the largest myeloma program in the world. Dr. Talamo has extensive experience in high-dose chemotherapy and stem cell transplantation. He is Associate Professor at the Penn State Hershey Cancer Institute, and he dedicates his clinical activity mainly to the treatment of multiple myeloma and other plasma cell disorders, such as primary amyloidosis and plasma cell leukemia (over 1000 patients between 2006 and 2017).



Scientific publications of Dr. Talamo



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