Fondazione Policlinico Universitario A. Gemelli - Roma



Contact Information for physicians/patients

Internal Medicine and Gastroenterology Department
Rare Liver Disease Clinic
Fondazione Policlinico Universitario A. Gemelli
Largo Gemelli 8, 00168, Roma, Italia
Email: centro.malattierare.gastroepato(at)
Telephone: 0630153717

Particular rare liver disease expertise of the centre

  • Autoimmune Hepatitis (AIH)
  • Primary Sclerosing Cholangitis (PSC)
  • Primary Biliary Cholangitis (PBC)
  • IgG4 Disease
  • Genetic Cholestatic Disease
  • Wilson Disease
  • Cystic Liver Disease
  • Vascular Liver Disease
  • Alpha-1-Antitrypsin-Deficiency

ERN Representatives

ERN Team and Contact

Dr.ssa Annalisa Tortora
Dr.ssa Irene Spinelli
Prof. Antonio Grieco
Dr. Marco Biolato
Dr. Giuseppe Marrone
Dr. Luca Miele
Dr.ssa Francesca Romana Ponziani
Dr.ssa Brigida Eleonora Annicchiarico
Dr.ssa Maria Assunta Zocco
Dr.ssa Laura Riccardi
Prof.ssa Brunella Barbaro
Dr. Roberto Iezzi
Prof. Salvatore Agnes
Prof. Felice Giuliante
Prof. Guido Costamagna
Dr.ssa Maria Elena Riccioni
Prof. Vincenzo Perri
Prof. Zampino Giuseppe
Dr.ssa Valentina Giorgio
Prof. Maurizio Genuardi
Dr.ssa Vincenzina Mora

Contact: centro.malattierare.gastroepato(at) / annalisa.tortora(at)

Centre information

The rare gastroenterological and hepatological diseases center, within Digestive Disease Center at the Agostino Gemelli IRCCS University Polyclinic Foundation in Rome, is a reference center for the Lazio Region of about 20 rare diseases. We have two dedicated wards for gastrointestinal disorders, for children and for adults, with specialised personnel trained for these disorders and with a team who is also involved in clinical research, who has been actively involved in developing and updating standards of care. For rare liver diseases, the activities range from diagnosis to clinical care and treatment according to the recent international standards of care, with inpatient and outpatient facilities dedicated and specialised in gastrointestinal disorders for both children and adults. The fundamental objective in the correct management of these patients is to be able to place the patient at the center of a multidisciplinary team whose task is to outline a specific therapeutic diagnostic path individualized for each individual patient, and which responds to the needs of each individual.