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Doctor of Veterinary Medicine, Specialist in Inspection of Foods of Animal Origin, Specialist in Bovine Clinical Health, Graduate of the European College of Veterinary Pathology, Bartolomeo Biolatti is Full Professor of General Pathology and Veterinary Pathological Anatomy since 1996 at the University of Padua and since November 1998 at the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine of Turin. He held the position of Dean of the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine at the Universities of Padua and Turin where he was also Director of the Department and of the Institute. He was Vice Rector for Construction and Valorization of the Heritage of the University of Turin, President of the Italian Society of Veterinary Sciences, member of the National Committee for Food Safety, of the Bioethical Committee of the CNR and of the Consortium for Research on Transplantation of North East Organs (CORIT). Professor Biolatti was Director of the Master “Quality, food safety and sustainability of the milk supply chain”. He is also a member of the European Society for Veterinary Pathologists, Italian Society of Veterinary Pathologists, Italian Society of Veterinary Sciences, Veterinary Research Club (UK) and charter member of the European College of veterinary pathology in Europe. During his academic career he was scientific director of a bilateral cultural agreement between the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine of Turin and the Department of Animal Health and Veterinary Medicine of the Royal Veterinary College of London (1991-93) and Italian scientific manager of the project. European n: CT93-0957 (AIR 3) “Development and application of better detection systems for chlamydial infections of farm livestock and zoonotic infections of man”; scientific manager of veterinary public health projects with the Ministry of Health and the Piedmont Region (2003-2007). His research activity is aimed not only at the pathology of diseases of domestic animals, but also at public health issues, in particular the prevention of the use of growth promoters in animal husbandry. On September 1, 2021, Professor Biolatti was appointed Rector of the University of Gastronomic Sciences.
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MAIN INTERDISCIPLINARY RESEARCH AREA in UNISG
SPECIFIC RESEARCH TOPICS
- Pathology and molecular pathology of infectious and neoplastic diseases.
- Reproductive pathology in farm animals.
- Biomarkers and lesions induced by growth promoters in target organs of domestic animals.