Fabiola Zurlini (1971) received her Ph.D. in History of Education at the University of Macerata in 2012 with a thesis on seventeenth-century history of medical education.
She is Honorary Research Fellow at the Wellcome Trust Centre for the History of Medicine at the University College of London.
Currently she is the Vice-Director and the Director in Chief of the research activity at the Studio Firmano for the History of Medicine and Science (Fermo), Research Institute agreed upon the University of Macerata.
Her research interests include history of medical bibliography and medical libraries, medical education and medical profession in Early Modern time, with special attention to the practice of medicine at the European courts.
Most notably, Zurlini’s publications (monographies, essays and articles) focus on medicine at the Roman court of the Queen Christina of Sweden and she was part of an International Research Project on this topic.
She currently promotes International Conferences and Meetings about the history of medical communication and education in the Early Modern Period.