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The recordings of the two multidisciplinary webinars organized by the Italian Association of Epidemiology dedicated to the impact of COVID-19 in the school setting are available online.

Patient enrollment is restarted as part of the EPSAM project dedicated to investigating the role played by genetic factors and early exposures in the onset of testicular cancer.

To better understand what it is the human exposome and how the ATHLETE project, in which the NINFEA cohort participates, follows 80 thousand mothers and children across Europe an informative video is now available on YouTube.

Due to COVID-19 pandemy, the 33rd edition of the summer courses organized by the European Educational Program in Epidemiology will exclusively adopt a distance teaching method.

The new annual report presenting the activity carried out by the Piedmont CPO is available online: 98 cards illustrating the projects and studies carried out both locally and internationally.

The RIAS network, in collaboration with the University of Bologna, organizes a Summer School dedicated to the combination of Environment and Health, coordinated by Annamaria Colacci and Francesco Forastiere, which will be held online from 11 to 18 June.

The world of epidemiology came together to celebrate the ninetieth birthday of Professor Benedetto Terracini, one of the founders of Italian epidemiology and its greatest advocate, as well as the first co-ordinator of the Referral Centre for Epidemiology and Cancer Prevention in Piedmont - CPO Piemonte.

Epidemiology & Prevention launches a new call for papers, inviting researchers working on COVID-19 to submit scientific articles to contribute to the knowledge and control of the disease.

The full registration of the International Childhood Cancer Cohort Consortium Annual Webinar, held last February 22nd, is available online on the CPO youTube channel.

At the start a new information web space to understand the effects of environmental exposure in the first thousand days of life and to underline the importance of growing up in healthy living contexts.

Two articles have been recently published in Epidemiology & Prevention relating to self-perceived knowledge about COVID-19 and the relationship between socioeconomic inequalities and reproductive outcomes within the NINFEA cohort.