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Giandomenico Pozza graduated in Veterinary Medicine and holds a post-graduate diploma in Inspection of Food of Animal Origin. He is a veterinarian at the Istituto Zooprofilattico Sperimentale delle Venezie and is Head of the Sample Reception and Public Relations Laboratory, which includes the Sample reception service and “Support for laboratory logistics” task group which, inter alia, is in charge of managing the BSL3 laboratory (Bio-Safety Level 3).
The main research interests concern the management of samples and related data, the organization of the laboratory, the biosafety and the social epidemiology. He has been scientific advisor of some research projects funded by the Italian Ministry of Health, i.e.: RC IZSVe 16/09 – Communication of risk related to food consumption: analysis of data and metadata in samples for microbiological control; RC IZSVe 09/12 – Monitoring of TAT (Turnaround time) as a tool to improve the overall efficiency of the laboratory; RC VE 07/15 – Development of a training strategy aimed at increasing the awareness of veterinarians and breeders on the correct use of antibiotics in the farm.
His main fields of activity concern the management of samples (handling, labelling, tracking, and temperature monitoring) according to safety and security procedures and, finally, data management (electronic management systems for controlling and tracking samples).
Alongside the Laboratory Logistics support Unit he is responsible for organizing and managing the BSL3 laboratory to be at the service of the Institute’s researchers, and for designing a centralized sample repository.
- Contalbrigo,L., Borgo,S., Pozza,G., Marangon,S. Data distribution in public veterinary service: health and safety challenges push for contextaware systems. BMC Vet Res. 2017 Dec 22;13(1):397. doi:10.1186/s12917-017-1320-0
- Pozza, G., Borgo, S., Oltramari, A., Contalbrigo, L. and Marangon, S. Information and organization in public health institutes: an ontology-based modeling of the entities in the reception-analysis-report phases. Journal of Biomedical Semantics 2016 7:51,DOI: 10.1186/s13326-016-0095-8
- Ricci A., Capello K., Cibin V., Pozza G., Ferrè N., Barrucci F., Menin R., Farina R., Marangon S. Raw milk-associated foodborne infections: A scoring system for the risk-based categorisation of raw dairy farms. Research in Veterinary Science (2013)
- Contalbrigo L., Borgo S., Pozza G., Ravarotto L. “No caring without data sharing”: an ontological approach to improve the data management system of a research animal facility in a public veterinary institute. BCLAS/ESLAV/ECLAM Symposium 2012, Liege (FR), 15-16 October 2012
- S. Borgo, G. Pozza. Knowledge objects: a formal construct for material, information and role dependences. Knowledge Management Research & Practice 10, 227-236 (September 2012)
- Borgo, S., Pozza, G., 2009. Disentangling Knowledge Objects – 4th Workshop on Formal Ontologies Meet Industry – Vicenza, 2 Settembre 2009, Proceedings, pp. 90 – 101
- Pozza, G., Borgo, S., Ravarotto, L., 2009. From Data to Knowledge Objects, Ontological Considerations With Inputs From the Public Health Domain – 10th European Conference on Knowledge Management – Vicenza, 3-4 Settembre 2009, Proceedings, pp. 635 – 641
- Pozza, G., Stefani A., Vascellari M., Poppi L., Vio P., Ravarotto L., 2009. Applicazione di indicatori indiretti per rilevare l’impiego illegale di farmaci anabolizzanti nell’allevamento dei bovini da carne nel Veneto. Buiatria (2009), vol 4 – n 4.2009, pp. 3 – 18
- M. Vascellari, G. Pozza, L. Poppi, K. Capello, R. Angeletti, L. Ravarotto, I. Andrighetto, F. Mutinelli. Evaluation of indirect biomarkers for detecting corticosteroids used as illegal growth promoters in beef cattle. Veterinary Record (2008) 163, 147-152
- Marangon S., Capua I., Pozza G., Santucci U.: Field experiences in the control of avian influenza outbreaks in densely populated poultry areas. in Schudel A, Lombard M (eds): Control of infectious Animal Diseases by Vaccination. Dev. Biol. Basel, Karger, 2004, vol 119, pp 155 – 164.