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Rome 00165 Italy

Listing # 116987


Rates From EUR 450 Monthly
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Last Updated: Monday, August 31, 2020

Bright, quiet and well connected studio apartment

The studio apartment is about 100 m far from stop Cornelia of the metro line “A”, which allows a very quick connection to “La Sapienza” University and the Rome centre. “Tor Vergata” University is at the opposite end of this line. The “Sacro Cuore” Catholic University and the European University of Rome also can be reached quickly with buses stopping nearby. The German Historic Institute (Deutsches Historisches Institut) and the German School (Deutsche Schule) in Rome are located at a walking distance from the apartment.
The studio apartment, very bright and quiet, is located at the second floor of a Liberty-style 2-storey building, without lift and is suitable for a single occupancy. It provides a kitchenette, table with two chairs, sofa-bed, wardrobe and a bathroom with shower in 14 sq. m. It is endowed with TV and an independent air conditioning/heating system. The kitchenette is equipped with a 2-electric fire hob, refrigerator, dishes, tableware and kitchenware. No smoking nor pets are permitted in the apartment. Private parking is available for a small fee.
The surroundings offer a public park, laundry services, an open-air fresh-food market and supermarkets, restaurants, pizzerias and fast food. several bus lines assure good connections with the whole city and Ciampino (in 70 min) and Fiumicino (in 45 min) airports; a taxi station is also available.

Basics:

Number of Bedrooms
1
Number of Bathrooms
1
Number of Offices
0
Surface Size
14 Sq. Meters
Suited for
1 people
Property Type
Studio or Loft

Availability:

Available from Monday, March 1, 2021 onward
Minimum Stay
3 month(s)
Flexible With Dates
Yes
Comments on Dates
preferred periods: corresponding to academic terms or longer periods
*Approximate location of the property is within the blue radius. Red markers indicate surrounding points of interest including schools, universities, libraries and museums.

City Rome
Postal Code - State or Province 00165 Lazio
Country Italy
Neighborhood Keywords Aurelio, Piazza Irnerio, Villa Carpegna
Closest University "Sacred Heart" Catholic University
University nearby "La Sapienza" State University; European University of Rome; German Historic Institute; “Tor Vergata” University




Rental Price:

Asked
EUR 450 Monthly
Rental Fee Comments
Accessory costs about 20 Euro plus power consumption; final cleaning 30 euro
Rent Negotiable
No
Utilities Included
No
Cleaning Services Included
No

Surroundings:

  • Near Woods
  • Near Shops
  • Urban Environment
  • Near Restaurants
  • Near Public Transports

Additional Information:

  • Furnished
  • Available for Academic Term
  • Available for Long Term
  • Available for Short Term
  • Summer Term

Amenities:

  • Modern Kitchen
  • Air-Conditioning
  • High Speed Internet
  • Wireless Network
  • Stairs
  • Reserved Parking
  • Security System or Doorman
  • TV
  • Other:

Considerations:

Kid Friendly
No
Small Children Safe
No
Smoke Free
Yes
Pets Welcome
No
Car Available
No

Perform Housesitting Duties?:

No

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Curriculum Vitae of Dr. Luciano Vittozzi Born in 1950, MSc in Chemistry, organic-biologic branch (1973) In 1977 becomes part of the permanent research staff of Istituto Superiore di Sanità (the Italian National Institute of Health) and in 1990 is promoted Research Director; from 1982 he is appointed Head of the Biochemical Toxicology Unit until 2001, when he moves to the European Commission (DG SANCO) as Seconded National Expert (SNE). At the end of the SNE service, in 2005, he get a contract as senior consultant in the Italian Ministry of Health until 2008, when he joins the National Centre for Rare Diseases (Istituto Superiore di Sanità) as Head of the Unit “Prevention, Surveillance, Formation and Information” until retirement. In 2001, based on the evaluation of his achievements, he was registered in the Italian National Registry of Certified Toxicologists (RENTIC). Professional Experiences since 2008: definition, planning, management and coordination of the EU-funded projects: “European Platform for Rare Disease Registries” (EPIRARE); European Project for Rare Diseases National Plans Development (EUROPLAN). Preparation, management and coordination of the project regarding the bid winning the EU tender “Evaluation of population newborn screening practices for rare disorders in Member States of the European Union”. 2005-2008: contract senior consultant in the Ministry of Health charged with ? the preparation of the project proposal and the management of the EU project “Preparation of the Global Report on the Health Status in the European Union” (EUGLOREH 2007). ? National Focal Point for the Community Action Programme in Public Health for the dissemination of the information on the Community Programme and the assistance in the preparation of Italian project proposals. ? representation of the Italian Ministry of Health and National Focal Point in the preparation of the WHO Ministerial Conference on Health Systems (Tallinn, Estonia) 2001-2005: as SNE at the European Commission DG SANCO, tasked with: ? Implementation of the European Commission Programme of Cooperation on Health Security, specifically responsible for the Working Group on Chemical Threats. ? Implementation of the European Parliament and Council Decision n. 2119/98/EC, establishing a Community Network for the surveillance and control of communicable diseases, specifically responsible for the implementation and management of the Early Warning and Response System. In this position he was involved in the coordination of the Member States’ response to SARS. ? participation in the Technical Working Group on Chemical Events of the Global Health Security Action Group established by G7 Countries, Mexico and the European Commission (so called G7+). ? Implementation of the Community Action Programme in Public Health. 1986-2001: participation in various National, European and International Committees for ? the toxicological evaluation of food and environmental contaminants, food additives, pesticides and natural food plant constituents ? preparation and updating of guidelines for toxicological and eco-toxicological tests required for the classification of chemical substances ? evaluation of European research projects (EC STEP programme) and fellowships (European Science Foundation) in toxicology and Ecotoxicology ? Inspection of testing facilities regarding the European Certification of compliance with the OCSE Principles of Good Laboratory Practices (GLP) 1980-1981: sabbatical leave to the University of Saaland (Germany), Institute of Physiological Chemistry to study the protein adducts resulting from reactive metabolites (radicals) of carbon tetrachloride produced in vitro by liver microsomes in anaerobic conditions. Research activity and scientific production ? Application of metabolic/mechanistic studies to risk assessment, including dose and species extrapolations and the effect of genetic/metabolic polymorphisms on individual susceptibility to toxicity. ? Studies of metabolism and toxicokinetics, production of reactive metabolites and mechanisms of toxicity of halogenated hydrocarbons and of organophosphorous pesticides in fish, mammals and human tissues. ? Characterization of the xenobiotic metabolizing enzyme systems of fish and mammals. ? Studies of biochemical genetics of cereals. The results of the scientific activity are described in more than 70 publications, of which: more than 55 peer reviewed publications on international scientific Journals and 4 Monographic works: ? “Report on the Health Status in the European Union” (2009), electronic publication, with summaries in 21 languages, produced by a EU co-funded project (L. Vittozzi: project manager, co-author and editor of the Report) ? Environmental Toxicology: Hazards to the Environment and Man in the Mediterranean Region. Sci Total Environ. (1995) Vol 171 Supplement (issues1-3) (L. Vittozzi: guest editor) ? WHO-IPCS Environmental Health Criteria. Chloroform (1992) (L. Vittozzi: vice-chairman of the expert working group) Other selected activities and charges: ? Vice-president of the Italian Society of Toxicology (1996-2000) ? Member of the Executive Board of SECOTOX (International Society of Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety) (1994-2000) ? SECOTOX Regional Meeting: Environmental Toxicology: Hazards to Environment and Man in the Mediterranean Region, Rome, 27-30 September,1993 (L. Vittozzi: Chair of the Organizing Committee) ? IV European ISSX (International Society for the Study of Xenobiotics) Meeting "Toxicological Evaluation of Chemical interactions: Relevance of Social, Environmental, and Occupational Factors" - Bologna 3-6 July 1992 (L. Vittozzi: Chair of the Organizing Committee). ? First National Symposium on Mechanisms of Activation and Toxicity of Xenobiotics, Rome 26-28 March 1987 (L. Vittozzi: Chair of the Organizing Committee).
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