Renzo Mocini is Associate Professor in English Language, Linguistics and Translation at the Department of Surgical Sciences, Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry, ‘Sapienza’ University of Rome. His major research interests lie in Functional Grammar, Corpus Linguistics, language teaching methodology, narrative and discourse analysis. He is Expert Evaluator for Prestige Postdoctoral Research Fellowships coordinated by Campus France and member of the scientific committee of CIRLaM, Centre for Interdisciplinary Research in Language and Medicine (University of Campania – Naples). He has held teacher-training courses on CLIL, paying particular attention to the teaching/learning of scientific subjects through languages other than L1 in Italian secondary schools. His recent publications include: The voice of authority vis-à-vis the Covid pandemic, in “European Scientific Journal” (2020), Existential indicators in medical research papers, in “Token: A Journal of Linguistics” (2020), and the monograph Fine-tuning medical writing. Pitfalls and strategies (FrancoAngeli).

A full list of his publications is available here.

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