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Vincenzo Bellizzi
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University Hospital in Salerno, Italy | Division of Nephrology and Dialysis

Staff Nephrologist at the Renal Division of the University Hospital in Salerno, Italy.

Medical Degree and Course of Nephrologist at the “Federico II” Medical School in Naples; PhD in Physiopathology of Renal Failure at the Medical School in Bologna; Italy.

The main clinical interests are the conservative care of non-dialysis CKD, nutritional treatment of non-dialysis and dialysis CKD, peritoneal dialysis, hemodialysis.

The main scientific interests are clinical nutrition, low-protein diets, body composition and physical activity in CKD. Author of around 150 papers in peer review journals, IF higher than 400, around 3.600 citations, H-index 35. Member of the Editorial Board of some international nephrology journals.

Permanent member of the Italian Society of Nephrology where had many commitments: past Chief of "Physical exercise in CKD" and "Conservative Treatment of CKD" working groups; past member of “Technical-Scientific Committee”; current member of the Committee of the “National Registry of Dialysis and Transplantation” and of the “Education and Professional Development Commission”.

Permanent member of the European Renal Association – ERA, where had some commitments: board member and currently Vice-Chief of the “European Renal Nutrition” – ERN working group; member of the “Paper Selection Committee” of the annual ERA Congress. Received the title of FERA, distinguished Fellow of ERA.

Teaching at Courses of Nephrology at the Universities “Federico II” and “Second University” of Naples, at the University “Magna Grecia” of Catanzaro and at the University of Salerno, Italy.

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The academic assignments are as follows
Date (UTC+8) Time (UTC+8) Local Time Hall Session Role Talk Title
2022-06-18 12:00-12:15 2022-06-18,12:00-12:15Hall 2

Personalized Nutrition Management in CKD - Session 20

Speaker Discrepancies in renal nutrition priorities between health professionals and patients: Insights from the IDON study