Marco Trevisan has been a Professor since 1998 at the Agriculture Faculty, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore (Catholic University of the Sacred Hearth), sited in Piacenza and where he carries out teaching and research work. The main teaching courses are analytical chemistry and biochemistry of maturation and ripening for the degree in food science and biochemistry and effect of agricultural activities on ecosystem for the degree in agricultural science. These courses are carried out for M.S. students (laurea triennale and specialistica). Additional courses, lectures, and seminars have been carried out in summer school, training course, Ph.D. School. He has studied since 1983 the environmental fate of pesticide and the behavior of pesticide residues on crop and food. He is an expert in the field of pesticide environmental fate, analytical determination, and consumer health. Trevisan was involved in several European projects in these fields. He was a Member of the Italian commission of biocides (EU Directive 98/8) and the Chairman of Physical-Chemistry Properties Group. He has been field an Editor of Agronomie, Agriculture and Environment since 1996. In the recent years, he has been appointed to review scientific papers from international journal.
Biography Updated on 1 March 2010