Dr. Ada Dormi
- Graduated in Pure Mathematics, application address, in November 1980.
- In March 1981 he was accepted as a volunteer assistant at the Center for Disease and Atherosclerosis Disease Study, led by Prof. Giancarlo Descovich. From this point, he participates in the epidemiological survey on Risk Factors in a Rural Community, Brisighella, a survey conducted by the Center, following statistical processing and studying the application of mathematical models for predicting events.
- In 1987, the 1st Italian Seminar on Epidemiology and Prevention of Cardiovascular and Degenerative Diseases was admitted in collaboration with the International Society and Federation of Cardiology Councils on Epidemiology and Prevention and the World Health Organization Seminar on Prof. Jeremiah Stammler of Chicago University.
Wins the Technical Officer Contest at the Institute of Special Medical Pathology and Clinical Methodology I in June 1988.
From January 1990 to 2009 he is responsible for the Center for Calculation of the Center for Disease and Atherosclerosis Disease Study.
- Associate with numerous National and International Scientific Societies.
- Author of more than 300 scientific publications.
- Has participated as a Head of Research and / or Researcher, CNR Finalized Programs, National Interest Projects of the Ministry of Education, Finalized Research Projects of the Emilia Romagna Region, cooperative studies with International Research Bodies (including The World Health Organization) and research at the University of Bologna.
- The CINDI Brisighella Protocol. Contrywide Integrated Noncommunicable Diseases Intervention (CINDI) is promoted by the World Health Organization, which is currently part of 20 countries around the world, coordinating Prof. Shackute (Denmark) and Prof. Pekka Puska ( Helsinki) is Chairman of the CINDI Management Committee, the current form of participation for Italy (there are six other groups) is that of 'Asociate Member' of the international program because we are awaiting the formal approval of our Minister of Health .
It is studying coefficients for calculating the risk for cardiovascular disease in collaboration with the epidemiologists of the Framingham study group.
Since November 2001, he is part of the RESEARCH GROUP FOR THE STATE OF CARDIOVASCULAR RISK IN ITALY, a group coordinated by Prof. Alessandro Menotti
In March 2002 he participated as a lecturer at the 6th National Conference of Study Groups of the Italian Sciatica of Arterial Hypertension in the 'DIDACTIC PROJECT'
In January 2003 he won the competition for MED01 researcher
- Since January 9, 2004 he has been a researcher at the University of Bologna
In October 2005 he is invited to participate in the panel of experts "Total Cardiovascular Risk; The Metabolic Syndrome and Obesity "organized by McMaster University Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
- Actively collaborates on data analysis with numerous faculty members of Medicine and Surgery
- Collaborate actively with the Epidemiology Laboratory of Buffalo University, dir. Prof. M Trevisan
- Collaborate actively with various specialist branches of medicine and surgery for statistical analysis of data, as evidenced by publications
It follows the theses by dealing with statistical analysis
Since the academic year 2000-2001 he has been awarded the teaching assignment of Statistica Medica for the School of Rheumatology, director Prof. Ettore Ambrosioni.
Since the academic year 2002-2003 he has been awarded the teaching assignment of Statistica Medica and Clinical Epidemiology for the School of Nephrology, Director Prof. Sergio Stefoni.
- Since the academic year 2004-2005 he has been awarded the teaching assignment of Medical Statistics and Clinical Epidemiology (channel B) for the degree course in Medicine and Surgery, for courses: Orthopedic Techniques, Biomedical Laboratory Techniques , Medical Radiology and Neurophysiopathology Technicians of the Faculty of Medicine and Surgery,
Since the academic year 2004-2005 he has been awarded the teaching assignment of Medical Statistics and Clinical Epidemiology for the Gastroenterology Specialist School, Director Prof. E. Roda and for the Nefrologia Specialization School, Prof. Sergio Stefoni.
- In the academic year 2005-2006 he was awarded the teaching assignment of Medical Statistics and Clinical Epidemiology for the Degree Course in Dentistry and Dental Prostheses.
Since the academic year 2005-2006 he has been awarded the teaching assignment of Medical Statistics and Biometry for the Dental Hygiene Course.
Since the academic year 2004-2005 he has been awarded the teaching assignment of Statistica Medica and Clinical Epidemiology for the specialization school of Radiodiagnostica, director Prof. Romeo Canini
Since the academic year 2004-2005 he has been awarded the teaching assignment of Statistica Medica and Clinical Epidemiology for the specialization school in Internal Medicine, director Prof. R.Corinaldesi
- In the academic year 2009-2010 he has been awarded the teaching assignment of Statistica Medica for the courses of Obstetrics and Techniques of Radiology Medical Imaging and Radiotherapy headquarters in Rimini
Since the academic year 2010-2011 he has been awarded the teaching assignment of Medical Statistics and Clinical Epidemiology for the degree in Medicine and Surgery both for Canal A and for Canal B
Since the academic year 2010-2011 he has been awarded the teaching assignment of Medical Statistics and Clinical Epidemiology for Specialist Schools in Pathological Anatomy, Hygiene and Preventive Medicine, Occupational Medicine, Legal Medicine, Microbiology and Virology, Clinical Pathology, Geriatrics, Infectious Diseases, Sports Medicine, General Surgery, Orthopedics and Traumatology, Pediatric Surgery, Urology, Medical Genetics
Since the academic year 2011-2012 he has been awarded the teaching assignment of Experimental Statistics for the Degree in Dietetics
- From the academic year 2012-2013 he has received the assignment of PROFESSIONAL LABORATORY 2 - STATISTICAL QUALITY CONTROL for the degree program in Biomedical Laboratory Techniques
Since 2009, she is a member of the Committee for Admission Test at the Faculty of Medicine and Surgery
Since the academic year 2015-2016 he has been awarded the teaching assignment of STATISTICA MEDICA for the degree program PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION
INTERREGIONAL RESEARCH ACTIVITIES AND INTERLOCAL COLLABORATIONS
- Biostatist Responsible of Brisighella Heart Study (BHS). BHS is a prospective epidemiological study, started in 1972 by Prof. Giancarlo Descovich, with four-year follow-up, primary objective: control and prevention of major cardiovascular risk factors. The study developed in three phases: observation from 1972 to 1984, prevention intervention 1985-1993, since 1996 new observational. The database has allowed to develop and validate mathematical prevention models and start collaborating with the Frammingham Heart Study mathematicians for calculating risk ratios from 01-10-1972 to today
- Principal Investigators for the Bologna II Operational Unit of the MICOL (The Multicenter Italianstudy on Epidemiology of Cholitithiasis) MICOL is a multicentric Italian study that includes 18 centers with a population of about 60000 subjects, initially only observational study. In 2005, six of the 18 centers continued their study with a project to prevent and test the major risk factors, in 2008 the first incidence and risk factors emerged from 01/01/1985 to today.
- Biostatistics manager in the RIFLE project (Risk Factors and Life Expectancy). The RIFLE project consists of 52 Italian epidemiological studies with primary risk factors for cardiovascular disease, including men and women aged 20-69, the 52 cohorts come from 13 out of 20 Italian regions. Mortality has been coded with The 9th WHO-ICD review from 01-01-1990 to 31-12-2010
- Countrywide Integrated Noncommunicable Diseases Intervention Project (CINDI). The primary goal of the CINDI is to simultaneously reduce common risk factors, morbidity and mortality of non-communicable chronic diseases and improve health. To this end, it was necessary to establish an effective mechanism of cooperation and methodology for the prevention and integrated control of non-communicable chronic diseases. Participation with other European and non-European countries at the CINDI Program has been seen as an opportunity to increase international visibility and prioritize chronic disease prevention in Italy. After submitting a detailed protocol to the WHO-CINDI General Coordinator, Dr. Aushra Shatckuhte, Italy became Associate Member in 1999 and since 2001, "Full Member" of the CINDI Program. The CINDI-Italy Program consists of 3 Regional Projects (Lombardy, Friuli-Venezia Giulia, Sardinia) and 3 premises (Brisighella, Matiss and Irina Valley), mainly focused on cardiovascular prevention. In 2004, CINDI selected 28 eligible countries for the Program coordinated by the WHO Regional Office for Europe from 01-01-2001 today