One of the main goals of the Visiting Professors’ program at IHSM is to bring knowledge from all over the world into the classroom. This initiative is aimed to use the experience of the Visiting Professors from abroad to enhance student learning accomplishment and skills, as well as strengthening external partnerships with other institutions worldwide.
The Visiting Professors’ program is committed to scientific and cultural diversity and welcomes international instructors to share their know-hows and experiences with IHSM students.
Under the objectives of this initiative, senior instructors participate in course development, face-to-face teaching and mentoring of medical students at the host university for at least 12 days a year for three years.
If you are thinking of becoming a Visiting Professor at IHSM please contact International Affairs Department who will be able to guide you in discovering opportunities of work with IHSM.
THE LIST OF VISITING PROFESSORS
Dario Consonni, MD, PhD, Professor of Epidemiology and Statistics, University of Milan, Milan, Italy
Gert van der Laan is specialist in Occupational Medicine,founder of the Netherlands Center for Occupational Diseases. Dedicated to improve workers health, Affiliations: Visiting professor at the International Centre for Rural Health, University of Milano; Foundation for Learning and Developing Occupational Health, Hilversum, The Netherlands; VU Medical Centre, Free University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Peer-Olaf Kalis Dipl-Ing. Peer-Olaf Kalis, studied Environmental Engineering (TU Berlin), Education (FU Hagen) and E-Learning (TU Kaiserslautern / DIE). Since 1992 he has been working as a research assistant at the TU Berlin in the field of scientific further education. His work focuses on "teaching and learning with digital media" and the protection of intellectual property. He leads the subproject tu digit within the framework of the " Quality Pact for Teaching "
Malcolm Antony Moore, Ph.D. Director-Coordination, Asia Pacific Organization for Cancer Prevention, Korean Cancer Center, Goyang, Korea. Faculty of Public Health, Khon Kaen University, Khon Kaen, Thailand
Lorena Baccaglini, PhD, DDS, MS Associate Professor
Department of Epidemiology, University of Nebraska Medical Center, College of Public Health
Dr. Kati Orru, PhD, Senior Lecturer of the Department of Social Studies, Institute of Social Studies, University of Tartu - 4 lectures on Qualitative Research Methods in Health for PhD students - 24-28 June 2017
Paul Smits - the consultant of the Foundation for Learning and Developing Occupational Health, Netherlands.Principal Educator in OH at the Academic Medical Centre (AMC) in Amsterdam, key expert in development and evaluation of medical education.
Dr. Mohammad Bagher Rokni, Editor of Iranian Journal of Public Health, Professor of the Department of Medical Parasitology & Mycology, Teheran University of Medical Sciences, Islamic Republic of Iran
Dr. Hans Orru, MD, PhD, Associate Professor of the Public Health Department, Institute of Public Health and Family Medicine, University of Tartu - 4 lectures on Environmental Health for PhD students -24-28 June 2017
Dr. Katrin Lang, PhD, Associate Professor of the Public Health Department, Institute of Public Health and Family Medicine, University of Tartu - 4 lectures on Epidemiology for PhD students -9-11 May 2018
Dr. Kirsten Parnu, PhD, Associate Professor of the Public Health Department, Institute of Public Health and Family Medicine, University of Tartu - 4 lectures on Health Promotion Research for PhD students -9-11 June 2018
Dr Sanat Kumar Dalal Ph.D.,Master of Surgery.,MBBS Superintendent Shri Ramsnehi Chikitsalaya(Hospital) and Anushandhan Kendra (Research Centre), Bhilwara, Rajasthan, India
Frank Van Dijk is specialist in Occupational Health/Medicine, emeritus professor/head of the Coronel Institute, AMC, University of Amsterdam,including the Netherlands Center for Occupational Diseases. Chair ICOH SC Education and Training.Affiliations: VU Medical Centre, Free University of Amsterdam, The NetherlandsFoundation for Learning and Developing Occupational Health, Hilversum, The Netherlands;LMU University in München (Munich), Germany.
Ene Indermitte - Associate Professor of the Public Health Department at the Institute of Public Health and Family Medicine of the University of Tartu.MPH, PhD, researcher in the field of environmental health. Her main research areas are health risk factors in living and occupational environments, focusing on drinking water quality and health risks and microbiological risk factors. She has participated as a partner in ECRHS survey. She has an additional training in toxicology (B-TOX program) and environmental health. She was actively involved in establishing ISO 17025 accredited Laboratory of Work Environment at UT. She is responsible for the analytical methods in microbiology in the Laboratory and has 10 years experience in assessing biological health risk from indoor environments. She is also a coordinator of Master program of public health in UT
Prof. Claudio Colosio, Associate Prof. of Occupational Health, Scientific Coordinator of the International Centre for Rural Health, WHO Collaborating Centre, and of the Public Health Working Group of the DISS. His main field of interest are Rural Occupational Health, pesticides, diagnosis and prevention of occupational diseases. He has participated in several international collaborative projects, in two cases as coordinator: Safefoodnet and Tempus-Central Asian Network for Education, Research and Innovation in Environmental Health (CANERIEH). It is particularly important, in light of the coordination capacities needed in this project, the experience gained in the coordination of CANERIEH, carried out in Central Asia with most of the partners involved in this application. He has an intense teaching activity, has tutored more than 50 bachelor and master degree thesis and more than 10 PhD programmes, in three cases with international students. He has authored or co-authored 100 publications on peer reviewed scientific journals, 20 book chapters and more than 200 presentations in international Congresses (15 as invited speaker). He is Secretary of the Scientific Committee on Rural Health of the International Commission on Occupational Health (ICOH) and Vice President, International Association of Agricultural Medicine & Rural Health
Dr. Stefan Mandic-Rajcevic earned his degreed as a Medical Doctor at the School of Medicine of the University of Belgrade (Serbia), and went on to do a Ph.D. in Occupational Health and Industrial Hygiene at the University of Milan (Italy). During his PhD he has done research and practical activities at the International Centre for Rural Health (WHO Collaborating Centre) at San Paolo Hospital
Dr. Cheng-Har Yip, MBBS (Mal), FRCSEd,
Consultant Breast Surgeon, Breast Centre Subang Jaya Medical Centre / Parkcity Medical Centre, Emeritus Professor of Surgery, University Malaya, Kuala Lumpur
Chandran Achutan, PhD, CIH, Associate Professor, University of Nebraska Medical Center
Andrea L Steege, PhD MPH,Epidemiologist, National Occupational Mortality Surveillance (NOMS) National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention