October 22-25 - Bologna, Italy
The Collegium Ramazzini is an independent, international scientific academy founded in 1982. Our mission is to examine critical issues in occupational and environmental medicine with a view towards bridging the gap between science and policy action. The aim is to prevent disease and promote health based on the best available evidence.
The Collegium derives its name from Bernardino Ramazzini (1633-1714), the “father of occupational medicine,” who was a Professor of Medicine of the Universities of Modena and Padua. The Collegium is composed of 180 scientists and physicians from 44 countries, each of whom is elected to membership. The Collegium is independent of commercial interests.
The bylaws of the Collegium Ramazzini were formally adopted on 23 October 1982. They were extended to include Article XV in October 1993 and revised in October 2006.
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