Prof Cassino graduated in Medicine and Surgery at the University of Turin and specializes in Geriatrics, Gerontology, Vulnology and Diabetic Foot Care.
Professor at the Master of Vulnology of the University of Turin.
He has worked at several Italian hospitals including ICCS - Clinical Institute Città Studi Milano – Italy (Interdepartmental Center for the Treatment of Diabetic Foot - Center of Vulnology) where he was a referent for Vulnology, while now he is Vulnologist at the Zucchi Clinical Institutes - Center of Vulnology, Monza – Italy
From 1993 to date he has been the author of about 400 publications in the field of vulnology
He is a member of the following associations:
EWMA European Wound Management Association since 2008
European Pressure Ulcer Advisory Panel since 2008
Member of the editorial board of "International Wound Journal"
Director of the series "Vulnologia Pratica: per fare e saper fare..." edited by Minerva Medica
Dr Romanelli is assistant professor and consultant dermatologist at the Division of Dermatology, Department of Clinical and Experimental Medicine, University of Pisa, Pisa, Italy.
Dr Romanelli is a graduate of the University of Pisa and received his MD and PhD in experimental dermatology from the medical faculty. He completed his residency in dermatology in Pisa and a fellowship at the Wound Healing Research Center, University of Miami, FL, USA. Subsequently, he specialized in medical hydrology. Since 2000 Dr Romanelli has been a member of the Medical Faculty of the University of Pisa and adjunct associate professor at Department of Dermatology and Cutaneous Surgery, University of Miami Miller School of Medicine.
Membership in Professional Societies: Member of the Scientific Research Committee of the state of Sao Paulo-Brazil.
Cultural Counselor in the municipality of Sao Carlos (SP-Brazil). BRAZIL
Proposed Position: SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY TEAM LEADER
Membership in Professional Societies:
-Member of the Scientific Research Committee of the state of Sao Paulo-Brazil.
-Cultural Counselor in the municipality of Sao Carlos (SP-Brazil).
Dr. Basmaji is a Brazilian physicist, inventor of the artificial natural extracellular matrix for the manufacture of three-dimensional advanced wound management, and artificial cartilage grafts.
Areas of expertise
• Wound causation, care, and treatment. • Nursing Home and Hospital Standard of Care including preventable falls or bedsores and nursing home / hospital-acquired infections. • Cause of death related to above.
• Neuropathic diabetic foot ulcers. • Stem cell Therapy for neuropathic foot ulcers • Dressing for diabetic foot ulcers. • Different diabetic foot casting modalities. • Different offloading modalities for diabetic patients. • Fungating wound
Pierre Basmaji’s research interests are mainly related to the Diabetic foot, burn, wound, cartilage tissue and regenerative medicine.
Professor Pierre has a special interest in wound diagnosis, prevention was able to address the symposium on the Stem cell research at Salvador, specifically looking for collaboration with other interested wound and burn professionals.
Basmaji has also experience in Engineering and Bionanotechnology, Drug delivery processing for Health applications, and other process industries worldwide.)
Assistant Professor, Senior Researcher, Disaster Medicine, and Traumatology Linköping, Östergötland County, Sweden Senior Researcher, Region Ostergotland Aug. 2015 – Present Instructor of Surgery, Harvard Medical School May 2012- Apr 2015 Director of Wound Healing and Plastic Surgery Research, Brigham and Women’s Hospital - Apr 2010- Apr 2015