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Antonio Di Lascio

Applied Technical and Medical Sciences - Med/50


I graduated in techniques of imaging radiology and radiotherapy (2003), a three-year academic qualification that in Italy qualifies as a medical radiology health technician (TSRM). I worked in important Italian diagnostic centers, in particular at the SDN in Naples where I was one of the first Italian TSRMs to work with PET and PET / CT systems in the early 2000s. I studied professional areas such as nuclear medicine, CT, digital archiving systems, interventional radiology and hemodynamics. I had a long professional experience at the Tor Vergata University Hospital in Rome, the company “A. Cardarelli “in Naples and at ASL Salerno, I collaborated with GE Italy, as Application specialist. Passionate about this profession and diagnostic imaging, in general, I obtained several specialization masters, in addition to the master’s degree. For several years I have deepened the legal and medico-legal aspects related to the profession and clinical risk in healthcare. From a scientific point of view, I am the author of several publications and I have participated in numerous national and international conferences as an invited speaker, sharing the fruit of professional commitment, both with technical / clinical and managerial / organizational and legal arguments. I am engaged in university teaching in various capacities and I have collaborated, as contract professor, with various universities, such as the University of Rome “Tor Vergata”, the University of Campania (L. Vanvitelli) of Naples, the University of studies of Salerno and the Pegaso telematic university. I strongly believe in the value of the health professions as a key to the development of our health service and the humanization of care, which cannot be separated from the people who provide the services and health. For this reason, I am committed to researching teaching methods functional to teaching and scientific dissemination, taking charge of publishing articles or collaborating, with reports and interventions, at conferences and conventions.