We are pleased to announce the 10th International Congress of Gender Medicine organized by the Italian Network on Gender Medicine under the aegis of the International Society of Gender Medicine.
The Congress will be held in Padua on 16-17 September 2022.
As a tradition of this scientific meeting, we count on having a considerable number of participants from all over the world. The Congress aims to provide a valuable update on the most topical issues in the field of Gender – specific Medicine thanks to the contribution of the greatest international scientific personalities, in different fields of investigation: from basic to clinical sciences, from innovative biomedical approaches to pharmaco-economics, appropriateness, and sustainability.
We look forward to welcoming you in Padua in September 2022!
The Italian Organizing Committee IGM 2022
ITALIAN ORGANIZING COMMITTEE IGM 2022
Giovannella Baggio (Padua, Italy)
Teresita Mazzei (Florence, Italy)
Walter Malorni (Rome, Italy)
Giovannella Baggio – Italian Research Centre for Gender Health and Medicine, Padua
Alessandra Caré – Reference center for gender medicine of the Italian Institute of Health, Rome
Walter Malorni – Catholic University of the Sacred Heart, Rome
Teresita Mazzei – (FNOMCeO) Italian Federation of Medical Councils, Florence
Anna Maria Moretti – (GISeG) Italian Group of Gender Medicine, Bari
Elena Ortona – Reference center for gender medicine of the Italian Institute of Health, Rome
INTERNATIONAL GENDER MEDICINE SCIENTIFIC BOARD
Alexandra Kautzky-Willer (VIENNA – Austria)
Masahiro Akishita (TOKYO – Japan)
Giovannella Baggio (PADUA – Italy)
Gillian Einstein (TORONTO – Canada)
Dov Feldberg (HERZLIYA – Israel)
Marek Glezerman (TEL AVIV – Israel)
Margarethe Hochleitner (INNSBRUCK – Austria)
Ineke Klinge (MAASTRICHT – The Netherlands)
Marianne J. Legato (NEW YORK – USA)
Kateryna Ostrovska (DNIPRO – Ukraine)
Vera Regitz-Zagrosek (BERLIN – Germany)
Ute Seeland (BERLIN – Germany)
Hiroaki Shimokawa (NARITA – Japan)
Shiri Tenenbaum (Israel)
Mia von Euler (STOCKHOLM – Sweden)
ITALIAN SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE
Marialuisa Appetecchia (Rome)
Gennarina Arabia (Catanzaro)
Rossana Berardi (Ancona)
Maria Luisa Brandi (Florence)
Anna Maria Colao (Naples)
Eliana Ferroni (Padua)
Claudio Franceschi (Bologna)
Flavia Franconi (Sassari)
Silvio Garattini (Milan)
Adriana Maggi (Milan)
Roberto Manfredini (Ferrara)
Raffaella Michieli (Venice)
Maria Grazia Modena (Modena)
Biagio Moretti (Bari)
Cecilia Politi (Isernia)
Walter Ricciardi (Rome)
Anna Ruggieri (Rome)
Sabrina Santaniello (Rome)
Susanna Sciomer (Rome)
Isabella Tarissi De Jacobis (Rome)
Luigia Trabace (Foggia)
Antonella Vezzani (Parma)
Maria Gabriella De Silvio GISeG – Italian Health and Gender Group
Luca Fabris Italian Research Center for Gender Health and Medicine
Rosa Maria Gaudio University Center for Studies on Gender Medicine University of Ferrara
Francesca Merzagora ONDA – National observatory of women’s health and gender-specific care
Giuseppe Novelli Lorenzini Foundation of Italy
Let’s meet for a two-day program made up of scientific sessions, industry symposia and poster sessions! During the event there will be the occasion to hold the IGM Assembly as well.
Here there are a preliminary timetable and a first announcement of the event. A more detailed program will be available soon.
The location: Padua, a must-see Italian city
Padua is a beautiful medieval city located less than one hour from Venice.
The city is picturesque, with its dense network of arcaded streets opening into large squares and its many bridges crossing the various branches of the Bacchiglione river, which once surrounded the ancient walls like a moat.
Padua is a city of art to be discovered, it appears twice in the UNESCO World Heritage List: for its Botanical Garden, the most ancient of the world, and for its 14th-century Frescoes, situated in different buildings of the city centre. The best example of these frescoes is the Scrovegni Chapel painted by Giotto at the beginning of 1300.
Padua offers also a wide range of beautiful locations that you cannot miss during your visit as the famous University, the Oldest University in Italy, Prato della Valle square, one of Europe’s largest ones, and Piazza delle Erbe with the magnificent Palazzo della Ragione.
More than this, Padua is located really nearby the Euganean Spas, in Europe’s largest thermal basin, and the unspoiled landscape of the surrounding Euganean Hills offer an idyllic oasis where guests can relax and be pampered.