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Public Health

Public Health
  • Role of environmental and genetic factors in the etiology of chronic and acute diseases, including the role of chemical and physical factors, diet, life-style variables and biological agents
  • Analytical methods to measure environmental toxins and biological agents, and to optimize new diagnostic and therapeutic approaches
  • Methodology to assess health effects of dietary habits and of environmental and occupational risk factors, to collect and analyze epidemiologic data, and to evaluate health services
  • Identification of new methodological approaches in forensic medicine, also concerning the issue of medical responsibility and litigation
Research Lines: (2011)
  • Epidemiology
  • Hygiene and disease prevention Medical statistics and bioinformatics
  • Occupational Health
  • Forensic medicine
  • Toxicology and Nutrition
  • Psicobiology

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