Conceptualized by the University of Rome Tor Vergata Master 1st level, EUROBIOPARK embarked in its mission in the late 90’s. Funded in part by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MAE) its primary aim was the technology transfers in biomedicine for emerging and developing countries.
Its founding vision is to connect specific activities amongst members within the University community, the scientific research societies and promote it on a national territory focusing on the center-south of Italy and the Mediterranean. EUROBIOPARK thrives toward the development, implementation and administration of science and technology projects with the National and European scope.
With activities ranging from Research, Transfer of Technology and Human Resource Training, EUROBIOPARK contributes substantial benefit in the field of medicine development, testing of drugs and diagnostic kits. EUROBIOPARK enhance the Italian presence in numerous research projects across Europe, sharing industrial properties and innovative know-how making positive impacts in financial markets. Long term objectives is oriented towards today’s youth for innovative education and the expansion of popular science for public and private entities.
Vittorio Colizzi, MD, PhD
Professor of Immunology & Pathology, Emeritus UNESCO Chair in Biotechnology and Bioethics, University of Rome Tor Vergata, Secretary of the Africa Relation Centre, Italian Geographical Society
EDINGUE ESSOH Annick Kévin
Country representative Eurobiopark Cameroun