Teaching Staff

Sandro Mancinelli

University of Rome Tor Vergata
Mancinelli

Associate professor (Hygiene and Public Health), department of Biomedicine and Prevention, School of Medicine, Tor Vergata University, Rome, Italy.

Education:
1979: MD;
1982: Specialty in Hygiene and Preventive Medicine;
1987: PhD in Epidemiology and Microbiology, La Sapienza University, Rome.
1988: researcher;
2001: associate professor.

Languages: Italian, English

Working and research experience:
1987-92: Fellowship, Italian Ministry of Health - SIEO Project, aimed to create a nationwide network for drug surveillance in hospital;
1990-1995: FATMA-CNR (National Research Council) Project, aimed to develop an epidemiologically oriented software for GPs’ activity;
1996-97: TB National Project, Head of Operative Unity;
1995-2000: Hospital Infection Control Italian National Project – CNR, head of Operative Unity;
1999: Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, health expert for cooperation in Mozambique;
1999-2012: the DREAM (Drug Resources Enhancement against AIDS and Malnutrition) program, fighting HIV/AIDS and malnutrition in African countries.
Author of more than 200 scientific publications: 95 articles, 103 abstracts/posters/communications, 8 books.

Contact: sandro.mancinelli@uniroma2.it