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Contributor: Americo Bonanni

Americo Bonanni ESMH ContributorAmerico Bonanni is a science journalist, member of the association Science Writers in Italy (SWIM), writing mainly about biomedical research and astronomy/astronautics. In addition to his work as a freelance journalist for newspapers and periodicals, he has held various positions as science communicator for various institutions and research projects, both at national and European level. Moreover, he co-authored scientific publications, for the most part regarding the relationship between information, mass media and individual lifestyles.

A scientist’s opinion Interview with Renate Heinisch about new technologies in medicine

A scientist’s opinion : Interview with Renate Heinisch about new technologies in medicine

Interview with Renate Heinisch, pharmacist, former vice-chair of Science and Technology Options Assessment (STOA) panel and now member of the European Economic and Social Committee New technologies are going to deeply affect healthcare. Will citizens be ready? Renate Heinisch: We must consider that scientific and technological innovations accompanied all of human history, since ancient times. ...

A scientist’s opinion Interview with Professor Michel Goldman about new technologies in medicine

A scientist’s opinion : Interview with Professor Michel Goldman about new technologies in medicine

Interview with Michel Goldman, founder of the Institute for Interdisciplinary Innovation in Healthcare (I3H) and former Executive Director of the Innovative Medicines Initiative (IMI). How was the idea of I3H born? Michel Goldman: At the Innovative Medicines Initiative (IMI) the main goal was to bring together pharmaceutical industry and universities, patient organizations, and regulators, to ...

New technologies in medicine time to prepare

New technologies in medicine: time to prepare

The technological revolution involving artificial intelligence, big data, machine learning and robotics is posed to deeply change healthcare and biomedical research, and things are changing fast. In this rapidly evolving scenario, researchers and health professionals need to acquire new skills and knowledge.