Organising Committee

The Organising Committee for the VIII Edition of the MoReMED Student Congress deals with all the proposals, technical aspects and work-related issues involved with the Congress itself. Made up of 18 students who are studying towards a Master’s degree in Medicine and Surgery at the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, the committee’s task is to coordinate and organise the Congress down to the last detail. The committee is supported by a Secretariat of Teachers who provide help for the event, ensuring that it is of the right calibre.

See The Organising Committee charter.


VII Edition Organizing Committee


President
Benedetta Nanni

Vice-President
Emiliano Schiatti

COMMITTEE’S AREAS

Social Area

Representative: Claudia Binelli
Members: Ilaria Gilioli, Claudia Nicosia, Riccardo Spadaccini

Sponsor Area

Representative: Beatrice Donini
Members: Marco Ferrari, Martina Mercati, Olimpia Pasino

Logistic Area

Representative: Federica Torrenti
Members: Lisa Bondavalli, Gilda Cavicchi, Pietro Zauli Sajani

Internal Communications and Patronage Area:

Representative: Francesco Visini
Members: Filippo Calandra Buonaura, Bryan Lelli, Laura Pagliani


Past President: Lisa Bondavalli, Mariavittoria Colella


Scientific Secretariat

The Scientific Secretariat of the MoReMED Student Congress provides a quality guarantee and oversees the Congress from a scientific point of view. It is made up of professors from the Faculty of Medicine and Surgery at the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia:
Prof. Antonello Pietrangelo,
Prof. Andrea Cossarizza,
Prof. Alexis Grande.

The Scientific Secretariat appoints the Selection Committee, which evaluates the submitted abstracts and selects the work to be exhibited at the Congress. Selection Committee members: Prof. Alexis Grande,
Prof. Alessandro Stefani,
Prof.ssa Chiara Mussi.

The Scientific Secretariat also appoints the Evaluation Committees that assess the work presented at the Congress, based on different criteria (how clear the presentation is, how effectively the message is delivered and the level of scientific rigour).