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Sante Venettoni

Sante Venettoni, Italian surgeon, department chairman. General Surgery University Rome - La Sapienza, 1995. Recipient Distinguished Person In The Field Of Transplants, Italian Minister Health, 2003. Member of National Transplant Safety Commission, Italian Nephrology Society.

Background

  • Venettoni, Sante was born on March 21, 1962 in Rome, Italy. Son of Vincenzo Venettoni and Antonia D'Agostini.

  • Education

    • Medicine and Surgery, University Rome - La Sapienza, 1982—1990.

    Career

    • Surgeon CCST Inter-Regional Transplant Centre, Rome, 1990—1991. Coordinator, organ retrieval/transplant CCST-Inter-Regional Transplant Centre, 1991—1998. Visiting professor surgical technique School of Medicine, University Rome, 1996—1997.

      Coordinator, organ retrieval/transplant activities Centre-South Transplant Organization, 1998—2000. Visiting professor ethica, science transplant issues Pontificia Università Lateranense, 1999—2000. Visiting professor, department biomedicine University San Marino Republic, 2001—2002.

      Head, medical division Italian National Transplant Centre, Rome, since 2001. Member, advisory board Review Organs and Tissue, Bologna, Italy, since 2000. Army lieutenent Cavalry, 1988-1989, Caserta, Italy.

    Major achievements

    • General Surgery University Rome - La Sapienza, 1995.

    Works

    • Author: (science paper) Transplantation Proceedings, Chirurgia Italiana, Transplant International.

    Membership

    Member of National Transplant Safety Commission, Italian Nephrology Society.

    Connections

    • Married Emma Giorgi, April 21, 1962. Children: Vincenzo, Valerio.
    • father: Vincenzo Venettoni
    • mother: Antonia D'Agostini
    • spouse: Emma Giorgi
    • children: Vincenzo Venettoni
    • Valerio Venettoni
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    Born March 21, 1962
    (age 55)
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    • 1990 - 1991
      Surgeon CCST Inter-Regional Transplant Centre
      Rome, New York, United States
    • 1991 - 1998
      coordinator
    • 1996 - 1997
      visiting professor, surgical technique School of Medicine
    • 1998
      coordinator
    • 1999
      visiting professor, ethica
    • 2001
      head
      Rome, New York, United States
    • 2001 - 2002
      visiting professor