Maria Anna Coniglio

Assistant Professor of Hygiene and public health [MED/42]
Office: Edificio C - Comparto 10
Email: ma.coniglio@unict.it
Phone: 095 378087/085
Mobile: +393407063211
Office Hours: Friday from 09:00 to 11:00




Maria Anna Coniglio MD - Researcher of Hygiene and Preventive Medicine at the University of Catania

Director of the Legionella Reference Laboratory in Eastern Sicily

Teaching: Hygiene and Health Education at the University Catania.

Born in Catania on August 26th 1973

Married, two sons

 

Biography

Maria Anna Coniglio MD graduated from the University of Catania (Medicine and Surgery) in 1998 and specialised in Hygiene and Preventive Medicine at the University of Catania in 2002, where she started her research activity in the fields of health promotion and epidemiology of infectious and non infectious diseases. In 2003 she became Researcher of Hygiene and Preventive Medicine at the University of Catania. In 2005 she became Aggregate Professor at the same University. In collaboration with the Local Health Unit she has organized several training courses related to the field of health promotion (nutrition education, sex education, etc.). In 2012 she became the director of the Legionella Reference Laboratory in Eastern Sicily. She has taken part as a speaker in many scientific national and international congresses. She has published several papers in national and international journals in the field of health promotion, epidemiology and prevention of the infectious and non infectious diseases (Adv Exp Med Biol, Eur J Dent Educ, Food Path Dis, Ig San Pubbl, J Water Health, J Infect, J Prev Med Hyg, Vaccine).

 

 

Teaching

Hygiene and Health Education  at the University Catania.

 

Research areas

Health promotion,  Epidemiology of infectious diseases, Epidemiology of non infectious diseases

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1) Legionella piping remediation

2) Antimicrobial resistance

3) Health and lifestyle