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Alfredo Mazza

Alfredo Mazza, Italian physician, researcher. Achievements include development of center environmental risk. Nominee Nominate Gold medal, Public Health, 2009; recipient Environmental & Health award, Local Environmental Association, 2008. Vice president Association Europea Nola Bordeaux, 1995—2009; Fellow: American College Chest Physician, European Society Cardiology; member: Society Italiana Cardiology.

Background

  • Mazza, Alfredo was born on September 5, 1971 in Naples, Italy. Son of Felice Mazza and Angela Nulli.

  • Education

    • Doctor of Philosophy student, Catholic University, Rome, 1995—1997. Degree in Medicine & Surgery, Medical School University Federico II, Naples, 1995. Degree in Medical Biotechnology, Medical School University Federico II, Naples, 2006.

      Doctor of Philosophy in Metabolic Science, Second University Naples, 1999. Post graduate in Cardiology, University Catania, Italy, 2004. Post graduate, Institute Clinical Physiology, Pisa, 2004.

      Master in Health Management, University Federico II, Naples.

    Career

    • Physicain General Hospital Sarno, Italy. Associate researcher ISPAAM National Council Research, Naples. Lieutenant Italian Air Force, 2000-2001, Naples.

    Major achievements

    • Achievements include development of center environmental risk.

    Works

    • Contributor articles to science publications.

    Membership

    Vice president Association Europea Nola Bordeaux, 1995—2009. Fellow: American College Chest Physician, European Society Cardiology. Member: Society Italiana Cardiology.

    Connections

    • Married Giulia Ruggiero, September 15, 2004. 1 child Felice.
    • father: Felice Mazza
    • mother: Angela Nulli
    • spouse: Giulia Ruggiero
    • child: Felice Mazza
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    Born September 5, 1971
    (age 46)
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    • 1995
      Medical School University Federico The second
    • 2006
      Medical School University Federico The second
    • 1999
      Second University Naples
    • 2004
      University Catania
    • 2004
      Institute Clinical Physiology
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