Fabrizio Pregadio (born January 14, 1957) is a Sinologist and a translator of Chinese language texts into English related to Taoism and Neidan (Internal Alchemy). He is currently Guest Professor of Daoist Anthropology at the University of Erlangen-Nuremberg  and Research Partner at the International Consortium for Research in the Humanities (University of Erlangen-Nuremberg). Earlier, Pregadio taught at the University of Venice (1996–97), the Technical University of Berlin (1998-2001), Stanford University (2001–08), and McGill University in Montreal (2009–10).
His research interests are the Taoist views of the human being; the self-cultivation traditions of Taoism; their foundations in early Taoist works; and their relation to Chinese traditional sciences, including cosmology, alchemy, and medicine.
Pregadio is the author of Great Clarity: Daoism and Alchemy in Early Medieval China (Stanford University Press, 2006)  and the editor of The Encyclopedia of Taoism (Routledge, 2008). His translations of Taoist texts include the Wuzhen pian (Awakening to Reality, 2009), the Cantong qi (The Seal of the Unity of the Three, 2011 and 2012), the Ruyao jing (Mirror for Compounding the Medicine, 2013), and a work by the Taoist master Liu Yiming (Cultivating the Tao, 2013), all published by Golden Elixir Press.
- Fabrizio Pregadio (University of Erlangen-Nuremberg).
- Fabrizio Pregadio (International Consortium for Research in the Humanities).
- Pregadio, Fabrizio. Great Clarity: Daoism and Alchemy in Early Medieval China. Stanford: Stanford University Press, 2006.
- Pregadio, Fabrizio, ed. The Encyclopedia of Taoism. London and New York: Routledge, 2008.
- Pregadio, Fabrizio. Awakening to Reality: The "Regulated Verses" of the Wuzhen pian, a Taoist Classic of Internal Alchemy. Mountain View: Golden Elixir Press, 2009.
- Pregadio, Fabrizio. The Seal of the Unity of the Three. Vol. 1: A Study and Translation of the Cantong qi, the Source of the Taoist Way of the Golden Elixir. Vol. 2: Bibliographic Studies on the Cantong qi: Commentaries, Essays, and Related Works. Mountain View: Golden Elixir Press, 2011, 2012.
- Wang Jie (?-1380). Commentary on the Mirror for Compounding the Medicine (Ruyao jing zhujie): A Fourteenth-Century Work on Taoist Internal Alchemy. Mountain View: Golden Elixir Press, 2013.
- Liu Yiming (1734-1821). Cultivating the Tao: Taoism and Internal Alchemy. Translated by Fabrizio Pregadio. Mountain View: Golden Elixir Press, 2013.
- Interview with Fabrizio Pregadio. By Shawn Cartwright (Silent Dao).