University of Naples Federico II, Italy
Irene Dini is a researcher in Food Chemistry at the Department of Pharmacy of "Federico II" at the University of Napoli, a Specialist in 'Food Science, and a Ph.D. in 'Natural Compounds Pharmacologically Active.' She teaches as Research Professor of: "Food chemistry," "Spectroscopic methods in food analysis," and "Science of dietary supplements of plant origin" at Federico II University.Prof. Dini's scientific activity is aimed at studying natural substances. It has mainly developed on four themes: a) chemical study of primary and secondary metabolites of food interest b) nutraceutical and nutricosmeceutical study of phytochemicals from food plants c) development of analytical methods for the dosage of metabolites of food and nutricosmeceutical interest d) study of environmentally friendly agronomic techniques capable of improving the nutraceutical interest of food products. She has served on some Editorial Boards:"E-Journal of Chemistry" (Hindawi) as an academic editor, Antioxidants (MDPI)as a guest editor, Molecules (MDPI) as a guest editor, and Antioxidants (MDPI) as topic editor. She has served on the board of directors of CIRANAD (Interuniversity Centres of Excellence on food, nutrition, and digestive system). The results of her studies have been published in the most prestigious food chemistry journals and discussed at national and international conferences.
Food chemistry, Spectroscopic methods in food analysis
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