FROM 1982

Collegium Ramazzini

An independent, international academy founded in 1982 with the mission to advance knowledge of occupational and environmental health, prevent disease and save lives.

Ramazzini Days

23-25 October, 2020 Carpi, Italy


The 2020 Ramazzini Days are confirmed for the dates originally planned: October 23-25, 2020. But... based on the uncertainties around the world regarding COVID-19, unknowns about what will happen with the disease in the fall, current travel limitations and the possible need to quarantine upon arrival in new countries, together with the CR Executive Council we have decided to hold Ramazzini Days 2020 in a VIRTUAL FORMAT.


Our Statement

The Collegium Ramazzini is an international scientific academy comprised of physicians and scientists from 35 countries headquartered in the Castello di of Bentivoglio, near Bologna, Italy. The Collegium Ramazzini was founded in 1982 by Professors Irving J. Selikoff of the Mount Sinai School of Medicine, New York, USA and Professor Cesare Maltoni of the University of Bologna. It is named in honor of Dr. Bernardino Ramazzini (1633-1714), Professor of Medicine in the Universities of Modena and Padova, the Father of Occupational Medicine.

The mission of the Collegium Ramazzini is to increase scientific knowledge of the environmental and occupational causes of disease and to transmit this knowledge to decision-makers, the media and the global public to protect public health, prevent disease and save lives. The Collegium Ramazzini is independent of commercial interests. It advances scientifically based solutions to global problems in occupational and environmental health.


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