University Campus Bio-Medico of Rome, Italy
Prof. Massimo Ciccozzi obtained a degree in Biological science and a master’s degree in epidemiology and biostatistics, a graduation in molecular Biology (Catholic University of Rome), a graduation in epidemiology and Biostatistics (Johns Hopkins University Baltimore).
Worked as researcher since 1990 at the National Institute of Health in Rome and is now Associate Professor and director of the Medical Statistic and Molecular Epidemiology Unit at the Campus Bio-Medico University in Rome. He is a consultant epidemiology for WHO in different countries. He made Studies on field epidemiology and surveillance systems and molecular epidemiology.
He is expert in phylogenetic and evolutionary analysis of microorganism and infectious diseases. These studies has been also conducted in several countries where Prof. Ciccozzi has been named as expert consultant (Albania, Montenegro, Bulgaria, Egypt, Turkey, and USA). He has been the Principal Investigator in many National and international project on AIDS. He is epidemiologist expert in Molecular epidemiology, Surveillance System of infectious diseases and global health. He is author of more than 250 international publications, editor and reviewer for many journals.