Brescia. The capacity of science to overcome predetermined schemes to expand the frontiers of knowledge will be at the heart of the second appointment of the Post-medical Periods, a cycle of meetings open to all citizens, promoted by the Brescia municipality and the medical association. Thinking Beyond Boundaries – The Value of Science for Looking to the Future This is the address of the scheduled meeting Wednesday May 4 at 5.45 pm At the San Barnabas Hall in Corso Magenta, Brescia.
The protagonist is Alberto MantovaniAnd immunityis among the most internationally recognized Italian researchers, Scientific Director of the IRCCS Humanitas Clinical Institute of Rozzano (Mi) and Professor Emeritus of the University of Humanitas.
The goal is to find out the meaning of research and its independent and original approach that is necessary to reach new goals of knowledge and care for the benefit of patients and society.
In a difficult period, marked by Covid and war, the meeting will be an opportunity to open our eyes to the new, starting specifically with the value of science to look to the future with greater hope.
Introduced and concluded by Franco Franceschini, Professor of Rheumatology at the University of Brescia, Director of Rheumatology and Clinical Immunology, ASST Spedali Civili of Brescia.
The meeting is open to all citizens with free admission, as per applicable regulations and until all available places are exhausted. The appointment will also be broadcast live on the Facebook page ordinationmedicibrescia.it.
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