Mayor of Rome Shares Pics of His Life in Philly

Mayor of Rome Ignazio Marino shares personal photos of his life in Philadelphia as a transplant surgeon at Jefferson University.

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Mayor of Rome Ignazio Marino pictured in his time as a transplant surgeon at Philadelphia's Jefferson University
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Mayor of Rome Ignazio Marino was the Associate Director of the National Liver Transplant Center of the Veterans Affairs Medical Center of Pittsburgh before he worked as Professor of Surgery at Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia.
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Mayor of Rome Ignazio Marino talking on the phone and looking at the skyline of Philadelphia from the operating room at Thomas Jefferson
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Mayor of Rome Ignazio Marino with colleagues, and in particular his mentor Thomas Starzle (center of group, grey suit). Marino trained with Starzl, who pioneered liver transplantion in humans. Marino was a member of Starzl's team in 1992 and 1993 at the University of Pittsburgh, where he helped conduct two baboon-to-human liver transplants. This photo was taken in Philadelphia in 2005.
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Mayor of Rome Ignazio Marino all dressed up in his Society Hill home in Philadelphia in 2004.
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Mayor of Rome Ignazio Marino working in his office at Jefferson University in 2004.
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Mayor of Rome Ignazio Marino with two colleagues in front of Thomas Jefferson University in August 2005.
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Mayor of Rome Ignazio Marino multi-tasking with two phones in his office at Jefferson in Philadelphia.
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Mayor of Rome Ignazio Marino partying with friends in Philadelphia in 2004.
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Mayor of Rome Ignazio Marino, a former Philadelphia transplant surgeon, stands on his office balcony that looks over the Roman ruins.
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Mayor Marino in his Roman office talking to NBC10 about how his life in Philadelphia has inspired many of his initiatives in Rome.
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Rome's Mayor Ignazio Marino demonstrating how Rome's new car sharing program "Car2Go" can be used via a free smartphone app.
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A photo of Rome's mayor Ignazio Marino with Pope Francis in Marino's office in Rome. Marino gave encouragement to the city of Philadelphia on its initiative to bring Pope Francis to the World Meeting on Families in 2015.
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