Maurizio Volterrani

San Raffaele Scientific Institute, Italy 0000-0002-2624-9213

MAURIZIO VOLTERRANI, MD PhD, FESC - 01/2004 - 2011 Chief Cardiology Unit at IRCCS San Raffaele Pisana, Rome. - 01/2012 Director of the Cardiologic Unit at IRCCS San Raffaele Pisana, Rome. - 10/2009-05/2011 Member of two Commissions of the Italian Ministry of Health (Thermal Rehabilitation and Appropriateness of in-hospital rehabilitation treatment. - 05/2011 – Member of a Commissions of the Italian Ministry of Health (Publicity). - 01/2013 Nomination European SAG-Expert for EMA (Scientific Advisor Group- European Medicine Agency). - 2010-2012 CEO Solaris Consortium for Telemedicine Research and Services. - 01/2009 Director, SICOA (Italian Accredited Private Hospitalization Group) Study Centre. - Governor of Italy by the ISCP (International Society of Cardiovascular Pharmacotherapy), member of the SICOA (Italian Accredited Private Hospitalization Group). - Member of the Data Monitoring Committee of an international clinical trial. - 2009-03/2013 Member of the Board of Directors of GICR-IACPR (Italian Association for Cardiovascular Prevention, Rehabilitation and Epidemiology). - 2013 nominated European Expert of the EMA (European Medicine Agency) - 2013 Nominated member of the Ethic Committee of IRCCS San Raffaele Pisana, Rome. - 2014 Nominated member of the Techno-Scientific Committee of IRCCS San Raffaele, Rome - Principal Investigator in several International Clinical Trials. - Referee to European and American Cardiologic journals. - Author of over 160 publications in scientific international and national journals. - Co-author of the volume “Farmaci ed Infermiere” (Drugs and Nurse), that was re-edited for the fourth time in June 2013. - 2014 Author of the book “ La telecardiologia come strumento di integrazione ospedale-territorio” (Telecardiology as an Instrument of the Integration between Hospital and Territory) edited by Edizioni Accademiche Italiane

Biography Updated on 11 September 2014

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