Landi a premio Alt per la Ricerca

01 2011

Landi a premio Alt per la Ricerca

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Milano " Domani, mercoledì 2 febbraio, alle ore 12.30, a Palazzo Visconti, in via Cino del Duca 8, l’assessore alla Salute Giampaolo Landi di Chiavenna interverrà alla consegna del premio Alt per la Ricerca, promosso dall’Associazione per la Lotta alla Trombosi e alle malattie cardiovascolari .

Partecipano: Lidia Rota Vender, presidente ALT; Zaverio M. Ruggeri, professore dello Scripps Research Institute La Jolla, University California; Sergio Coccheri, docente ordinario di Malattie Cardiovascolari all’Università di Bologna e vicepresidente ALT; Marco Stramba Badiale, direttore del dipartimento Geriatrico-Cardiovascolare dell’Istituto Auxologico di Milano. Modera Nicoletta Carbone, giornalista Radio 24-Il Sole 24 Ore.

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