The BIGEPI Consortium is composed of eight partners, organized into a Project Committee and a Steering Committee. There is also the collaboration of an External Advisory Board.
1) Institute of Clinical Physiology of the National Research Council - Pisa (Responsabile Scientifico Dr.ssa Sara Maio) (CNR-IFC)
2) Department of Epidemiology SSR Lazio/ASL Rome 1 - Rome (Responsabile Scientifico Dr. Massimo Stafoggia) (DEPLAZIO)
3) Regional Public Health Observatory, ASL TO3 - Collegno (TO) (Responsabile Scientifico Dr. Giuseppe Costa) (SEPI)
4) Regional Agency for Prevention, Environment and Energy of Emilia Romagna, Bologna, Environment and Health Regional Thematic Center – Bologna (Responsabile Scientifico Dr. Andrea Ranzi) (ARPAE)
5) Strategic Regional Agency for Health and Social of Puglia – Bari (Responsabile Scientifico Dr.ssa Lucia Bisceglia) (AReSS)
6) Department of Health and Epidemiological Observatory, Regional Health Authority of Sicily Region - Palermo (Responsabili Scientifici Dr. Salvatore Scondotto e Dr. Achille Cernigliaro) (DASOE)
7) Department of Diagnostics and Public Health, University of Verona – Verona (Responsabile Scientifico Dr. Giuseppe Verlato) (UNIVR)
8) INAIL, Department of Occupational and Environmental Medicine - Rome (Responsabile Scientifico Dr. Claudio Gariazzo) (INAIL-DIMEILA)
Steering Committee:: composed of representatives of CNR-IFC (Project coordinator), of DEPLAZIO (partner, scientific co-responsible of the Project) and DIMEILA (INAIL DEPARTMENT). It has the role of guide and constant control of the project activities.
Project Committee:: composed of at least one member for each of the partner bodies of the project; constantly consulted on all project activities through periodic contacts to evaluate the progress of the project.
External Advisory Board: national experts in the sector with many years of experience in issues relating to the spatial-temporal estimation of environmental exposure and those relating to epidemiological investigations of the adverse effects of environmental exposures.