Giannina Satta

Designation:
Research Associate
Department:
Department of Medical Sciences and Public Health
University:
University of Cagliari
Country:
Italy
Email:
gianninasatta@tiscali.it
Journal Associated: International Journal of Sexual and Reproductive Health Care Biography:

Giannina Satta is currently a research fellow of  Department of Medical Sciences and Public Health, University of Cagliari at Occupational Medicine Section since 2004. She obtained her Bachelor of in Biological Sciences (cum laude) at University of Cagliari in November 2000.  Her research interests lie in the field of environmental and occupational risk factors for lymphoma subtypes with a strong emphasis on integrating epidemiology, high quality exposure assessment, biological monitoring, molecular biology into multidisciplinary investigations and industrial toxicolgy.

 In her last years, she focused in particular on the exploration of new methods for quantifying exposure assessment to  ionizing and non ionizing radiation and risk of lymphomas. She has collaborated actively in various research projects. Authors of 70 publications, including 15 in international peer-reviewed journals. She is also a member committee of the Interlymph Consortium, a world wide network of lymphoma studies promoted by the U.S. National Cancer Institute and member of MODERNET (Monitoring trends in Occupational Diseases and tracing new and Emerging Risks in a NETwork).

Research Interest: Environmental Epidemiology, Industrial Toxicology, and Occupational Health

URL of their official website: http://dipartimenti.unica.it/scienzemedicheesanitapubblica/

Publications:

1.    Cocco P, Moore PS,  Ennas MG, Tocco MG, Ibba A, Mattuzzi S, Meloni M, Monne M, Piras G, Collu S, Satta G, Zucca M, Scarpa A, and Flore C. Effect of urban traffic, individual habits, and genetic polymorphisms on background urinary 1-hydroxypyrene excretion. Ann Epidemiol 2007;17:1-8. PMID:16406813
2.    Bocchetta A, Fadda D, Satta G, Del Zompo M, Gessa GL, Cocco P. Long-Term Lithium Treatment and Survival From External Causes Including Suicide. J Clin Psychopharmacol. 2007;27:544-546. PMID: 17873708
3.    Kiran S, Cocco P, Mannetje A, Satta G, D'Andrea I, Becker N, de Sanjosé S, Foretova L, Staines A, Kleefeld S, Maynadié M, Nieters A, Brennan P, BoffettaP. Occupational exposure to ethylene oxide and risk of lymphoma. Epidemiology.2010 ;21(6); pp 905-10. PMID: 20811284
4.    Budroni M, Sechi O, Cesaraccio R, Pirino D, Fadda Alessandra, Grottin S, Flore MV, Sale P, Satta G, Cossu A, Tanda F, Cocco P. Incidenza di patologie neoplastiche nei lavoratori del complesso petrolchimico di Porto Torres, 1990-2006. MedLav  2010; 101, 3: 189-198.PMID: 20812660
5.    Fustinoni S.,Campo L, Satta G, Campagna M, Ibba A, Tocco MG, Atzeri S, Avataneo G, Flore C, Meloni M, Bertazzi PA, Cocco P. Environmental and lifestyle factors affect benzene uptake biomonitoring of residents near a petrochemical plant. Environ Int 39 2012,pp 2–7.  PMID: 22208737
6.    Carugno M, Pesatori AC, Dioni L, Hoxha M, Bollati V, Albetti B, Byun HM, Bonzini M, Fustinoni S, Cocco P, Satta G, Zucca M, Merlo DF, Cipolla M, Bertazzi PA, Baccarelli A. Increased mitochondrial DNA copy number in occupations associated with low-dose benzene exposure. Environ Health Perspect.2012; 120(2) pp 210-215. PMID: 22005026
7.    Zucca M, Ugalde J, Arteaga FS, Biggio G, Flore V, Nonne T, Satta G, Blangiardo M, Cocco P, Ennas MG. Leukemia in children and youths of the Azuay province, Ecuador: 2000-2010. Int J Environ Health Res. 2012;23(1); pp 58-65. PMID: 22769047
8.    P Cocco , G Satta, S Dubois, M Pilleri, T Nonne, M Zucca,  A ‘t Mannetje, N Becker, S de Sanjosé, L Foretova, A Staines, M Maynadié, A Nieters, P. Brennan, L Miligi, MG Ennas, and P Boffetta. Lymphoma risk and occupational exposure to pesticides: results of the Epilymph study. Occup Environ Med 2012; 70(2);  pp 91-98.   PMID: 2311721
9.    P Cocco, G Satta, I. D’Andrea,TNonne, G Udas, M Zucca, A. ‘t Mannetje, N Becker, S de Sanjosé, L Foretova, A Staines, M Maynadié, A Nieters, P Brennan,1 MG Ennas, and P Boffetta. Lymphoma risk in livestock farmers: results of the Epilymph study .Int. J. Cancer2012; 132(11); pp 2613-8. PMID: 23065666
10.    M Campagna, G Satta, L Campo, V Flore, A Ibba, M Meloni, MG Tocco, G Avataneo, C Flore, S Fustinoni, P Cocco. Biological monitoring of low-level exposure to benzene. Med Lav  2012 103 (5) : 338-346. PMID: 23077794
11.    MG Ennas,  M Zucca,G Satta,T Nonne,Angelucci E, A Gabbas,M Rais,A Scarpa,P Cocco. Do the Matrix Metalloproteinase-1 and the Glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase  gene polymorphisms interact in promoting lymphoma development? Leuk Lymphoma. 2013 Mar 13. PMID: 23485169
12.    M Campagna, G Satta, L Campo, V  Flore, A Ibba, M Meloni, MG Tocco, G Avataneo, C Flore, S Fustinoni, P Cocco. Analysis of potential influence factors on background urinary benzene concentration among a non-smoking, non-occupationally exposed general population sample. Int Arch Occup Environ Health 2013; pp 1-7;  PMID: 24370553
13.    P Cocco, M Zucca, S Sanna, G Satta, T Nonne, A Angelucci, A Gabbas, M Rais, G Malpeli, M Campagna , A Scarpa e M G Ennas. N-acetyl transferase polymorphisms are associated with risk of lymphoma subtypes. HematolOncol 2015.; 34 (2). PMID: 25689677
14.    M Campagna, G Satta, D Fadda, S Pili, P Cocco. Male fertility following occupational exposure todichlorodiphenyltrichloroethane (DDT). Environment International 77 (2015) 42–47. PMID: 25645380
15.    P Cocco, M G Zucca, S Sanna, G Satta, E Angelucci, A Gabbas, M Monne, M Campagna, A Scarpa;M G Ennas. Interaction between Dietary and Lifestyle Risk Factors and N-Acetyltransferase Polymorphisms in B-Cell Lymphoma Etiology. J Environ Anal Toxicol 2015, 5:5 ISSN :2161-0525.


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