PinCell has been founded in October 2008 as an academic spin-off of the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia by Prof. Carlo Pincelli and Dr. Alessandra Marconi. Our mission is to develop first in class treatments for orphan skin diseases by targeting novel pathways involved in the pathomechanism.
Maria Gabriella Camboni
Maria Gabriella Camboni, MD, was co-founder and has been COO of EOS (EOS (Ethical Oncology Science), an Italian start up dedicated to translational medicine in oncology since inception and until the acquisition of the company by Clovis Oncology, Inc in Nov. 2013.
Previously she held various managerial positions in the biotech and pharma industry : she was co-founder and Head of Development at Novuspharma and then Head of Medical Affairs Europe in Novartis Oncology untill 2006.
CMO, Co-Founder, Co-Inventor
Professor of Dermatology with 35-years clinical and research experience. Chief of the Laboratory of Cutaneous Biology at the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia for 25 years with a proven track record.
Previously President of the European Society for Dermatological Research and current President of the European Dermatology Forum. Inventor of 4 international patents on drugs (one in Phase IIb). Organizer and Faculty of “Entrepreneurs in Clinical Academia” at INSEAD Business School.
Professor of Dermatological Applications of Medical Biotechnologies at the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia.
Biologist and Clinical Pathologist with 25-years research experience in basic and clinical research in dermatology. 10-years experience in Diagnostics at the Laboratory of Skin Disorders, University Hospital of Modena.
Inventor of 3 patents in the pharmaceutical sector.
Over 20 years of experience in pharmaceutical discovery. He joined Signal Pharmaceuticals in 1997, as a scientist working on pro-inflammatory signal transduction. The company was purchased by Celgene in 2000. He has led multiple discovery projects, mentored project team leaders, promoted and led Inflammation & Immunology discovery research within Celgene. Projects he has championed are in all 3 phases of clinical development.
In early 2018 he retired from Celgene to pursue entrepreneurship in drug discovery.
PhD from the University of Otago, New Zealand, and postdoctoral research at the Upjohn Company, USA.