Natural barrier or meeting space? Border between continents or unique ecosystem as well as cradle of western civilisation? This is the Mediterranean Crossroads, the protagonist of the second edition of One Health Award (OHA), organised in Teramo from 13 to 15 October 2023 by the Istituto Zooprofilattico Sperimentale dell’Abruzzo e del Molise (IZS).

One Health Award is the annual event dedicated to the theme of One Health that this year chooses to focus on the Mare Nostrum. A place of exchange of peoples, cultures, animals, but also viruses and bacteria that certainly know no national borders. Ancient myths and pressing issues of the present day, geopolitical balances and health issues intersect as the cultures that have plied these waters have done for millennia.

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Studiosi, opinion maker, esponenti delle istituzioni, protagonisti della cultura e dello spettacolo per un cambiamento di mentalità e di prospettiva.

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Consulta e scarica il programma PDF degli eventi: ti aspettiamo a Teramo, dal 14 al 16 ottobre 2022.

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Gli One Health Awards, destinati a eccellenze della ricerca nazionale e internazionale, saranno il momento culminante della tre giorni di OHA.

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Una riflessione su One Health Award: parola alla giornalista e conduttrice Rai Francesca Parisella ... See MoreSee Less

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Giornata conclusiva di One Health Award: 
Brunello Cucinelli apre col suo messaggio umanista, continua il professor Ivetic sull’interconnessione profonda e significativa degli ecosistemi del Mediterraneo.
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Giornata conclusiva di One Health Award:
Brunello Cucinelli apre col suo messaggio umanista, continua il professor Ivetic sull’interconnessione profonda e significativa degli ecosistemi del Mediterraneo.
Momento conviviale insieme ai ragazzi dell' IIS "Di Poppa - Rozzi" Teramo
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Dialoghi sulla salute e consegna degli Award: Alessandra Scagliarini, Hechmi Louzir, Beatrice Spadacini, Guido Bertolaso, Pierangelo Clerici i premiati dell’edizione One Health Award 2023Image attachmentImage attachment+7Image attachment

Dialoghi sulla salute e consegna degli Award: Alessandra Scagliarini, Hechmi Louzir, Beatrice Spadacini, Guido Bertolaso, Pierangelo Clerici i premiati dell’edizione One Health Award 2023 ... See MoreSee Less

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Complessità e fascino dell’Ecosistema Mediterraneo: il fisico Valerio Rossi Albertini e la giornalista Rai Francesca Parisella offrono l’opportunità di provare e sperimentare agli studenti ospiti della mattinataImage attachmentImage attachment+5Image attachment

Complessità e fascino dell’Ecosistema Mediterraneo: il fisico Valerio Rossi Albertini e la giornalista Rai Francesca Parisella offrono l’opportunità di provare e sperimentare agli studenti ospiti della mattinata ... See MoreSee Less

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The report of the first “One Health Award” conference held in Teramo from 14 to 16 October 2022 is available here

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Stefano Bertuzzi is the CEO of the American Society for Microbiology (ASM). He was a senior scientific executive at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) in the Office of the NIH Director. He also worked with the Obama White House to develop an information system to capture the benefits of scientific investments. Bertuzzi led the ASM’s efforts to address the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic. This involved working directly with the White House COVID-19 Task Force, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), and the US Centres for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to increase access to diagnostic testing supplies and address barriers to coronavirus testing. Bertuzzi wrote an editorial in the New York Times and mBio emphasising the need to support clinical laboratories to contain the pandemic.

Maurizio Martina has been serving since January 2021 as deputy director-general of FAO, the United Nations Organization
United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization, headquartered in Rome.
Previously a member of the Chamber of Deputies for the Democratic Party.
From 2014 to 2018, Minister of Agriculture, Food and Forestry Policies, with responsibility for Expo 2015. Served as Deputy Secretary and Secretary of the Democratic Party in 2018.


In 2013 appointed Undersecretary of State at the Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Forestry Policies. From 2010 to 2013 he took office as Councilor in the Regional Council of Lombardy.


In 2020, he published with Mondadori the book, “Sovereign Food,” and in 2018 “From Earth to Italy.” Martina was born in 1978 in Calcinate, in the province of Bergamo, and holds a degree in political science from the University of Macerata.

Physicist at the National Research Council and professor of Science Disclosure at the University of Tor Vergata Rome.

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He teaches Modern History and Mediterranean History at the University of Padua and he is director of the Institute for the History of Venice at the Giorgio Cini Foundation, Venice.
His latest books include “History of the Adriatic. A Sea and its Civilization,” Il Mulino, 2019; “The Mediterranean and Italy. From Mare Nostrum to Comprimary Centrality,” Rubettino, 2022; “East/West. The Border Inside Europe,” Il Mulino, 2022; “The Great Mediterranean Tale,” Il Mulino, 2022.

World Health Organization representative in Tunisia, professional with 30 years’ experience in health development and management in the UK, West Bank, Gaza, Egypt, Bulgaria, Lebanon, Philippines, Pakistan, Denmark and Gulf countries. He facilitated development, policy and health reform programs in collaboration with senior government officials.


UNICEF officer in Gulf countries; immunization officer for Denmark; health and nutrition director for UNICEF Pakistan. Senior advisor at EU; deputy director Institute for International Development at Harvard University; senior advisor at Department for International Development.

Maria Chiara Bassi, biologist, received her PhD in molecular and cellular biology from the Swiss Cancer Research Institute at the University of Lausanne, on the topic of gene transcription regulation and epigenetics. Today he works at the Mantua hospital (ASST Mantova) and at L’ATS Val Padana dealing with prevention and nutrition.

Sergio Abrignani from 1986 to 2005 worked as a researcher and manager in biotechnology companies in Switzerland, Italy and California. Since 2006 he has returned to Italy: he is full professor of Immunology and Immunopathology at the University of Milan and directs the “Romeo and Enrica Invernizzi” National Institute of Molecular Genetics. His most recent research focuses on immune responses to infections, vaccines and cancers. He has created several start-ups to develop new drugs for precision immunotherapy of tumors.

John Stelling is co-director of the WHO Collaborating Center for Antimicrobial Resistance Surveillance at Brigham & Women’s Hospital in Boston. He received his undergraduate degree from Johns Hopkins University and his Master of Public Health degree from the Johns Hopkins School of Hygiene and Public Health.

Veterinarian, specialist in “Health Statistics” and “Animal Health, Livestock and Livestock Production.” He has been an official of the Lazio Regional Administration since the early 1990s. Manager of the Veterinary Health Area of the Lazio Region since 2004, with the role of coordinator, of the interregional subgroup “Animal Health and Welfare.”


He participated in the work of the Conference of Veterinary Services and Food Safety of the Ministry of Health and the Regions, as head of the Veterinary Service of the Lazio Region. From June 2016 until March 2022, he assumed the position of Director General of the Zooprophylactic Institute of Latium and Tuscany. Director of the Regional Agriculture Directorate of the Lazio Region from April 2022 to August 2022; in this role, he initiated the new cycle of the Community Agricultural Policy Structural Funds Programming for the 2023 -2027 cycle. Since September 2022, he has led the Directorate General of Hygiene, Food Safety and Nutrition of the Ministry of Health. He is a member of the Board of Directors of the European Food Safety Agency (EFSA).

Orazio Schillaci, 56, is the Minister of Health from 22 October 2022. A physician, former Rector of the Tor Vergata University, he is a full professor of Nuclear Medicine and was Dean of the Faculty of Medicine at the same University. In 2020 he was appointed member of the Scientific Committee of the Istituto Superiore della Sanità. He has held positions in numerous scientific bodies. He is the author of more than 350 scientific publications in peer reviewed journals and a member of the editorial boards of numerous international scientific journals.
Alessio Lorusso is a virologist and Doctor of Veterinary Medicine at the Istituto Zooprofilattico Sperimentale dell’Abruzzo e del Molise ‘Giuseppe Caporale’.His research interests include surveillance, genome manipulation and biological characterisation of viruses of public health interest.

As Director General of Istituto Zooprofilattico Sperimentale dell’Abruzzo e del Molise (IZS-Teramo), is responsible for the planning, management, technical-scientific coordination and control of IZS-Teramo activities, dealing with managerial and technical problems in veterinary public health, in the sectors of animal health and welfare, food safety and environmental protection. He oversees research, cooperation and technical assistance activities in Italy and abroad.

He coordinates and assumes responsibility for regional and national Reference Laboratories and Centers, as well as FAO, Food Agricolture Organisation, and WOAH, World Organisation Animal Health, Collaboration Centers established at IZS-Teramo.

 
Entrepreneur, patron, visionary. Born into a farming family, Brunello Cucinelli has accompanied his company’s activities with a commitment to humanistic capitalism.
His philosophy is visible in the village of Solomeo, the center of his family, business and spiritual life. Over nearly 40 years, it has become not only the heart of his fashion business, but a jewel of beauty, art and culture with its Castle and Arts Forum. He has also funded several post-earthquake reconstruction projects in central Italy.
Born in Milan in 1963. He studied at the G. Verdi Conservatory of Music in Milan. Verdi Conservatory in Milan, graduating in piano. He performed in concerts, dedicated himself to the musical use of computers and to composing music, especially for theatre and musical comedy. At the same time, he graduated in Physics at the University of Milan. He devoted himself to extragalactic Astronomy, Cosmology and the development of the new Liquid Mirror Telescopes technology. He collaborates with the University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada and the Milan-Brera Astronomical Observatory. He teaches Piano, Mathematics and Physics at state and public schools. Since 1999 he has been the Conservator of the Civic Planetarium ‘U. Hoepli’ in Milan and is responsible for the scientific management of the Institute. He organises astronomical events, shows and conferences. He is a member of various Italian and international associations (International Planetarium Society, Italian Astronomical Society, Italian Planetarians Association). He has participated in several International Planetarium Congresses (Miami 1999, Montreal 2000, Wichita 2002, Valencia 2004, Melbourne 2006, Chicago 2008). Since 2008 he has been president of the Association of Italian Planetarians (Planit), an INAF (National Institute of Astrophysics) associate, and is a member of the Scientific Committee of the Apriti cielo Science Park in Turin. He carries out popular activities through conferences and initiatives dedicated to making Astronomy known to the public.

Francesca Parisella is a journalist and RAI presenter. On television she hosts “Elisir”, a historical medical-scientific information programme on air from Monday to Friday on Rai3. On the radio on Radio2, she hosts “Radio2 in un’ora”, an infotainment programme broadcast on Saturdays and Sundays, and on Isoradio “Radici”, a late-week appointment to discover Italian excellence.