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Antonio Magi

Diagnostic Imaging and Radiotherapy - Med/36


– Graduated in Medicine and Surgery at the University of Rome “La Sapienza”
– Specialized in Radiology at the Catholic University of the Sacred Heart of Rome
– Master’s Degree MIAS (Management and Innovation of Healthcare Companies) at the University “La Sapienza”
– Researcher in the “Neoplastic Growth” project at the National Research Council (CNR)
– On behalf of the Director of the Radiology Institute of the Catholic University of the Sacred Heart, he coordinates the Ultrasound Service of the Columbus Integrated Complex
– Collaborates with the School of Specialization in Hygiene and Preventive Medicine Dir. Prof. Vanini in the academic years 1991/92 1992/1993 and 1993/1994
– Founder with other colleagues from the Italian Medical Journal “La Rivista Medica Italiana”
– Takes office as Radiologist Specialist at the USL RM 15
– He was appointed Head of the Radiology and Ultrasound Service at the USL RM 15, which later became USL RM 9 and finally ASL RM D until November 1997
– He was appointed a member of the Sanitary Board of ASL RM D
– He moved to RM ASL where he became responsible for the Breast Diagnostics Service at the IV District and Responsible for the Mammographic Screening activities for the IV District
– Joins the staff of the General Management of ASL RM A
– He works for 4 years as Director of UOC IV District of ASL Rome 1 is Director of UOC IV District
– He is Secretary General of SUMAI Assoprof and Director of the ENPAM Foundation and a specialist radiologist at the ASL Roma 1
– Lecturer in Master and Higher University Training Courses at the “La Sapienza” University of Rome, at the Catholic University of the Sacred Heart of Rome, Faculty of Economics
– ALTEMS, at the Ca ’Foscari University, Faculty of Economics
– He is a publicist journalist registered with the Order of Journalists of Lazio
– Director of the Medical Network Magazine
– He is President of the Order of Surgeons and Dentists of Rome and the Province