Journal of Osteoarthritis and Cartilage

The Open Access Pub has the reputation for quick reviewing and publishing original research articles. The editorial boards of our journals have many dedicated and reputed scientists as editorial members. Their support helps many researchers from all countries to enhance their research between scientists of various communities. This platform plays a crucial role in promoting science networks and exchanges.

Osteoarthritis and Cartilage -Osteoarthritis-Antonella	Fioravanti


Rheumatology Unit,
University Hospital Senene, Siena, Italy.

Send an Email

Antonella Fioravanti


Policlinico Le Scotte Viale Bracci 1 53100 Siena (Italy) Policlinico Le Scotte,
Viale Bracci 1 53100, Siena (Italy).

Research Interests:

Osteoarthritis, chondrocyte culture, microRna, adipokines


  • Dr. Antonella Fioravanti, Graduate in 1980 at the University of Siena (Italy) in Medical School, Major in Endocrinology, Rheumatology , PhD in Experimental Rheumatology, having since 1989 the charge of Assistant of Professor at the Rheumatology Unit of the General Hospital Le Scotte of Siena. 
  • Holds office since 2004 for High Specialization in diagnosis and therapy of degenerative rheumatic diseases.
  • Since 1982 is partner of Italian Society of Rheumatology??(SIR),holding office of vice president of Tuscany Section of Rheumatology Italian Society ; from 2000 to 2004 President of the Tuscany Section of Italian League Against Rheumatic Diseases(LIMAR); since 2006 is member of Scientific Board of ISMH (International Society of Medical Hydrology). Since 2014 she is Vice-President (Scientific Leader) of ISMH.
  • The Dr holds teaching charges at Rheumatology Postgraduate School, Medical Hydrology, Genetics and Endocrinology and Internal Medicine.
  • Its years since she is involved in clinical and laboratory research with her 214 edit papers on national and international journals. 
  • The Dr is also co-author of 12 books dedicate to rheumatologic disease and Medical Hydrology.
  • Her major research areas concern Osteoarthritis, Chondrocyteculture, and Medical Hydrology.