Roberto Fadda, M.D., DDS, was born and raised in Sardinia, Italy.
He received his DDS degree from Università degli studi di Ferrara in 2000, and his M.D. in 2005. He pursued medical imaging training in the same University and completed his residency in 2009.
Professor Fadda has an intercultural approach in his work and relationships. He was a foreign exchange student and attended high school in San Bernardino, California. That experience instilled in him an openness to new cultural experiences, and a willingness to travel internationally.
He has co-authored many research studies with a focus on the structural and functional properties of nuclei, and the nuclear basis for control of proliferation, differentiation, and apoptosis. Professor Fadda has translated medical textbooks from English to Italian for medical school use. His areas of interest focus on teaching and research, with professional goals that include serving as a subject matter expert.
Professor Fadda practiced in primary care for medical ambulatory services including examination, diagnosis, treatment, referral, and follow-up in a primary care setting.
Additionally, he practiced as a radiologist supervising the training of all facets of radiology encompassing modality-centered teaching. Professor Fadda participated in daily teaching and case conferences, and performed on-call duty. His area of interest is MRI imaging of the central nervous system.
He previously taught anatomy, physiology and pathophysiology at Clarkson University in New York.