Claudio Calace Salvemini
Claudio Calace Salvemini is a licensed pharmaceutical doctor and a certified CBRNe safety & security and CiMiC (Civil-Military Collaboration) advisor and analyst. He earned a Pharmaceutical doctor & industrial pharmacy title in 2017 at the University of Rome Tor Vergata and the University of Nottingham (UK), specializing in antiviral chemotherapy, neurotoxicology and applied pharmacoeconomics. Subsequently attended several university master degrees and courses within which: the NATO second level master course in CBRNe events management for advisors of the decision makers at University of Rome Tor Vergata, CBRNe Inspection Regime and Enforcement by the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW), Civil-Military Cooperation course at the Italian Center for Defence studies (CASD), Confidential & secreted documents management in emergency and crisis by the Italian Department of Information for Security (DIS), and other risk management OSINT and TECHINT courses at several Italian and International institutions. In 2018 he became a founder, with other international colleagues, of the CBRNe SecAdvisory Group, a consultancy firm which focuses on industrial procedures GMP, ISO 45001, and on chemical/biological threat assessment, risk management and analysis. At the time, he is a free-lance reasearcher and consultant for Italian Governmental Organizations, the European Commission’s International Projects, and international private firms in the chemical, pharmaceutical and CBRNe, academical and operational, field. He is joining the International Security & Intelligence Program 2022 at Yale University and will continue specializing with several Italian Armed Forces & NATO operational courses for CBRNe Security & Intelligence Advisors.