Emilio Greco

Full Professor

Rector's Delegate for Didactics and University Information Systems

Link Campus University - Rome

Course Catalogue

Emilio Greco is Full Professor in General Sociology (SPS/07). Rector's Delegate for Didactics and Academic Information Systems. PhD in Infectious, Microbiological and Public Health Science. He holds degrees in Sociology, Communication Sciences and Political Science and International Relations (attained at the Sapienza University - Rome). He is Professor of Health Care Convention; General Sociology; Sociology of Work and Organisation; and Sociology of Cultural and Communicative Processes at Sapienza University of Rome. Journalist-publicist since 2007. e was a collaborator of RAI. He has been involved in the training of information technology in education at various Italian universities. He is a member of the Teaching Staff of the PhD in 'Technology and new frontiers of law, economics and society', at Link Campus University, Rome. He is a member of the organisational and scientific secretariat of the international conference on Medicina del Trabajo Italia-Argentina. Director together with Cleto Corposanto and Giorgio Nardone of the series 'La Critica' of Eurilink Press. He is the author of several monographs and as many scientific articles. He conducted and participated in empirical investigations related to dedicated projects on behalf of universities and state institutions; coordinated research groups as head of the sociological part of projects won in collaboration with LILT- Lega Italiana lotta ai tumori, following competitive calls.Reviewer and editorial board member in eight international journals, two of which are in Group A for the 14/C1 area. Since several years he has been working, both nationally and internationally, on issues related to occupational stress and the definition and identification of the determinants of health with particular regard to situations of severe social inequality.

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