Salvatore Nesci: University of Bologna, Italy
Salvatore Nesci, PhD, is Associate Professor of Biochemistry at the Department of Veterinary Medical Sciences of University of Bologna. He is member of the Council of the PhD Program in Veterinary Sciences and tutor of the “Collegio Superiore” of the University of Bologna. His research is focused on the molecular mechanisms involved in the biological transduction of energy in mitochondria, cell metabolism analysis, and studies of enzymatic kinetic approaches on structure-activity relationship (SAR) and function. Nesci is Associate Editor, Editorial Board Member, and Reviewer of several international journals.
Prisco Piscitelli: University of Naples Federico II, Italy
Prisco Piscitelli, MD, PhD, has a specialization in Public Health & Preventive Medicine. He is a Senior Epidemiologist at Euro Mediterranean Scientific Biomedical Institute (ISBEM) and Vice President of the Italian Society of Environmental Medicine (SIMA). Piscitelli is also a Research Staff member at UNESCO Chair on Health Education and Sustainable Development, University of Naples Federico II.
Laura Soldati: University of Milan, Italy
Laura Soldati, PhD, is contract professor in Applied and Technical Dietary Sciences at Specialization Schools in Nutrition Sciences and in Nephrology at the University of Milan, Italy, with Suitability as Associate Professor. She was Member of the Council of the PhD Program in Molecular and Translational Medicine (2000-2019), Member of the Animal Welfare Organization (OPBA) (2014-2016), Consultant at the Sidra Medical and Research Center, Doha, Qatar (2015), and Member of the Academic Senate, representative of Medical Sciences (2016-2018).
Claudia Vetrani: University of Naples Federico II, Italy
Claudia Vetrani, PhD, is a Nutritionist and Research Fellow at the Department of Clinical Medicine and Surgery, University of Naples Federico II. Her main research activities are focused on lifestyle changes for the prevention and treatment of cardio-metabolic diseases, and the role of functional foods and dietary patterns in the prevention and treatment of diabetes: evaluation of metabolic effect and potential mechanisms of action.
Luigi Barrea: Pegaso University, Italy
Prof. Luigi Barrea is Associate Professor of Clinical Nutrition and dietetics (MED-49, ICAN-49) at the Department of Humanities, Pegaso University of Naples, Italy. He actively collaborates as a Nutritionist with the Endocrinology, Diabetology and Andrology Units, Department of Clinical Medicine and Surgery, University of Naples Federico II. He is President of the degree course in Motor Sciences and Sport (L-22) and Vice President of the Italian Obesity Society (SIO), Campania Region. He is coordinator of the Club on dietary therapies in endocrinology and metabolism of the Italian Society of Endocrinology (SIE). His research focuses on the influence of different dietary therapies (such as the Mediterranean diet and the ketogenic diet) and of nutrition on the endocrine axes in the patient with obesity. Prof. Luigi Barrea is Associate Editor, Editorial Board Member, and Reviewer of several international journals of clinical nutrition, endocrinology, and obesity.