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|Saturday 25-06-2011 Spoleto Spoleto Inizio ore 10:00|
|XIII SPOLETOSCIENZA - GEOGRAPHIES OF HEALTH
Saturday July 2 - Sala Frau 11.00 a.m.
“Journey to the end of Céline”, theatrical readings selected by Francesco Negro and delivered by Massimo Popolizio
Saturday July 2 - Hotel Albornoz Palace 4.00 p.m.
Nutrition, ageing and senescence
Gilberto Corbellini, professor of History of Medicine, La Sapienza University Rome; Carlo Vergani, professor of Gerontology and Geriatrics, Milan University and Claudio Franceschi, Head of the Department of Experimental Pathology, Bologna University
Sunday July 3 - Chiostro di San Nicolò 10.00 a.m.
Round table coordinated by Antonio Guerci, professor of Antropology and Ethnomedicine, Genoa University, and Gabriele Beccaria, editor of Tuttoscienze, science supplement to La Stampa
Geographies of health
1. Global health: an evolutionary approach, Mark Hanson, professor of Cardiovascular Science, Institute of developmental sciences, University of Southhampton, UK
2. Emerging and remerging of infective diseases: a geographical perspective, Fabrizio Pregliasco, Department of Public Health, Microbiology and Virology, Milan University
3. The unnatural determinants of health and disease, Sir Michael Marmot, professor of Epidemiology and Public Health, University College, London
4. Malaria: a historical social killer, David Modiano, professor of Parasitology, Medicine and Surgery II, La Sapienza University, Rome
Saturday July 9 - Sala Frau 11.00 a.m.
“Journey at the end of Céline”, theatrical readings selected by Francesco Negro and delivered by Massimo Popolizio
Saturday July 9 Hotel Albornoz Palace 4.00 p.m.
Cancer as a metabolic disease
Gianfranco Peluso, in charge of the “Nanotechnology applied to genic and cellular therapies” unit at the Institute for the biochemistry of proteins, CNR Naples; Menotti Calvani, vice president of the Sigma-Tau Foundation and Paolo Bianco, Institute of Pathologic Anatomy, La Sapienza University, Rome
Sunday July 10 - Chiostro di San Nicolò 10.00 a.m.
Round table coordinated by Gilberto Corbellini, professor of History of Medicine, La Sapienza University Rome and Armando Massarenti, Il Sole 24 ore Sunday Edition
The challenge of personalized medicine
1. The evolutionary origins of genetic identity and diversity in man, Guido Barbujani, Department of Biology and Evolution, Ferrara University
2. Metabolomics and the coming of personalized medicine, Ben Van Ommen, Faculty of Science, Leiden/Amsterdam Center for Drug Research, Analytical Bioscience
3. Nutrigenomics, personalized nutrition and health, James Kaput, Director of the Division of Personalized Nutrition and Medicine FDA, National Center for Toxicological Research Jefferson, AR, USA
4. How to unravel the complexity of multifactorial diseases: high blood pressure, Giuseppe Bianchi, Professor Emeritus, University Vita-Salute San Raffaele , Milan
June 25 – July 10 - Palazzo Collicola
“The Universe within reach: interactive places for thinking”
Exhibition by Istituto di Fisica Nucleare and Fondazione Sigma-Tau