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ANNALISA CALABRÒ, graduated in Medicine and Surgery, earned a double specialisation in Medical Genetics and Preventive Medicine.


After strengthening her clinical practice, both in territorial and hospital settings, especially in Medical Genetics and Pediatrics, she has been dedicating herself to National Healthcare System activities for several years, primarily in the following branches: Health Technology Assessment (HTA), Genomics in the National Healthcare System, Health Organisation (she took part in many academic/ institutional work groups for various feasibility studies in order to solve organizational problems of health Facilities and Institutions), Health Services Research, Clinical Governance and Risk Management.


Moreover, she earned a master in “Planning, Organisation and Management of Healthcare Companies and Service” and in “Risk Management”. Since 2014, she has been actively collaborating with the Work Group for Genomics in the National Healthcare System of Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore (UCSC) – Rome campus (National Healthcare Institute – Hygiene Department) and with the Italian network GENISAP. She is conducting research activities in the field of national and international projects, especially regarding policy matters and sustainability of healthcare systems, genomics in the national healthcare system, disinvestment and HTA in oncology, and so on.


To this day, she is carrying out a PhD in Fundamental Biomedical Sciences and National Healthcare at UCSC and is the Project Manager of VIHTALI (Value In Health Technology and Academy for Leadership & Innovation), a spin-off of Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore.


Let me remind you that credit is the lifeblood of business, the lifeblood of prices and jobs.

Herbert Hoover


Good health is essential to social and economical development and it empowers all of the public sectors.

World Health Organization


Innovation is the specific instrument of entrepreneurship. The act that endows resources with a new capacity to create wealth.

Peter Drucker

Human Capital

Talent is a source from which water flows constantly renewed. But this source loses its value unless it is properly used.

Ludwig Wittgenstein