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Massimo Cecaro was born in Macerata, Italy, in 1980. After completing humanistic studies, he moved to the University of Camerino, where he got a Master Degree in Veterinary Medicine and in University of Teramo he successfully specialized. Since the age of 14, he has worked as radio speaker, tv presenter and reporter for a wide range of artistic and scientific events. At the age of 24 he obtained a qualification to practice as a Journalist and in 2007 he was admitted to the National Association of Medical Press (ASMI), where he currently hold the position of National Councilor. He is Resident Member of MJA Medical Journalists’ Association (London). He is also editor in chief of JMCJ (Journal of Mass Communication & Journalism). He has been lecturer of Communication in Medical Sciences in many Universities. He has been an invited speaker at international events in the field of Public Health and Safety. He has been author of several scientific works in public health. He is also director of a prestigious Educational Centre for work safety and public health. He is actively involved in international projects to improve the role of mass-media in medical sciences, and awarded in Philadelphia, with international special recognition.
Experience in risk assessment, experience in peer reviewing scientific documents, Risk Communication Analysis
Commentary: J Mass Communicat Journalism 2013, S1-003