Curriculum Vitae for Andrea Magrini
Andrea Magrini
Head of the Department of Occupational Medicine at the University of Rome "Tor Vergata".
Supervisor of the Departmental Operating Unit for Occupational Medicine for the University Polyclinic Hospital at "Tor Vergata".
Director of the School of Specialization in Occupational Medicine at the above-mentioned university.
Vice President of the degree course in Techniques of Prevention in the Environment and in the Workplace.
Secretary of the Italian Society for Occupational Medicine and Industrial Hygiene since December 3, 2010.
Appointed physician at the University of Rome "Tor Vergata" since 2003.
Appointed physician at University Polyclinic Hospital of Rome "Tor Vergata" since 2006.
Gained significant professional experience and conducted research studies in the following work-related sectors:
  • University of Rome Tor Vergata
  • University Polyclinic Tor Vergata
  • Constitutional Court
  • Prosecutor’s Office of the Supreme Court
  • National Institute of Nuclear Physics
  • National Institute of Astrophysics (INAF)
  • National Institute for the Evaluation of the System of Education and Training (INVALSI)
  • Sacci s.p.a.
  • Territorial Residential Construction Company (ATER) – Rome
  • Banca Nazionale del Lavoro (BNP)
  • Iba Molecular
  • Mediterranean Institute of Hematology (IME)
  • Alenia Aeronautics
  • Telecom Mobile Italy
  • Independent Institute for Public Housing
  • Italcementi Group

Skills and Scientific Expertise
  • Research on the effects of exposure to electromagnetic fields, cells in culture, particularly on apoptosis
  • Studies on the impact on health of nanotechnology
  • Studies on predisposing genetic conditions of workers exposed to noise and the resulting damage to hearing organs
  • Studies on the effects on female workers exposed to smoking in the workplace
  • Definition of guidelines for so-called "atypical" workers
  • Research on the definition of problems characterizing job placement and integration of disabled persons
  • Studies on the principal mechanisms of damage involved in the etiopathogenesis of atherosclerotic disease
  • Studies on the etiopathogenic role of Heliobacter pilory as an etiological agent of duodenal ulcers, and as a possible concurrent etiological cause in combination with other possible occupational risk factors in the etiopathogenesis of gastric pathology
  • Studies on risk factors involved in the transmission of viral diseases with special attention to the spread of infection from the Hepatitis C virus on an asymptomatic population

Author of over 150 scientific publications on the principal occupational risk factors and on the physiopathology of atherosclerotic disease and ischemic attacks.
(extract of the most important publications)
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