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Pier Mario Biava, occupational physician, graduated in Medicine at the University of Pavia, before specializing in occupational medicine at the University of Padova and later in hygiene at the University of Trieste. Studied for several years the relationship between cancer and cell differentiation: isolated growth factors and differentiation of stem cells able to inhibit or slow the growth of various types of human cancers and in general to direct the stem cell fate normal and pathological . This is of considerable importance in the prevention and treatment of various types of diseases such as chronic degenerative diseases and in regenerative medicine for the renewal and regeneration of tissues. This research may have positive effects in the treatment of additional stem cell transplants and replace them in perspective. Teacher for many years at the School of Occupational Medicine in Trieste, currently works at the Institute of Research and Care Scientific Multimedica of Milan. It the author of over 100 scientific papers and several books, including: The Hidden Aggression – Limits of Exposure to Health Care Risks,” published by Feltrinelli, Complexity and Biology” published by Addison and “Cancer and Research Direction lost, “published by Springer.,” the Meaning Found “, edited by Ervin Laszlo published by Springer and” From sign to symbol the manifesto of nuono paradigm in medicine “written by Diego Frigoli and Ervin Laszlo published by the Persians. It is part of the scientific committees of several international journals in the field of oncology and epidemiology
Offices held:
Scientific responsible for the construction of the service of occupational medicine in South America founded in Quito from 1984 to 1990
Member of the Scientific Committee WWF Italy since 1986 (still in office), Vice President of WWF Italy 2006 -2009
AMSA President Milan 1991 -1992
Unicredit Foundation Board member from 2002 to 2005 He designed all the interventions of health cooperation in Africa.

Pier Mario Biava