My name is Tommaso. I’m a Med Student in Milan devoted to Emergency Medicine and Critical Care. I love dealing with the sickest patients, integrating technology in healthcare for doing it better and staying up to date with the latest evidences. Tireless ideas powerhouse. Sometimes developer and graphic designer.

I’m a medical student at Vita-Salute University at San Raffaele Hospital in Milan, Italy.

I was born in the province of Padua, Northen Italy, on December 12, 1996 and grew up in a small town of about 9,000 inhabitants.

Since my childhood I’ve been curious, innovator and looking for new ideas.
From the middle school I started to passionate about computer science e technology that opened my mid to incredible potentials.

During high school I studied Information technology in particularly deepening, as self-taught, the development of mobile and web applications applied to healthcare.

In 2010, at the age of 14 years old, I developed and published on Apple AppStore my first app.

At 16 years old I fully followed the development of a management software for a local emergency department landing for the first time in the world of health and medicine.

In 2012 I started volunteering with the Red Cross devoting most of my free time during the last years of high school. This allowed me to integrate e advance my IT skill in the social and health setting.

In 2013 I developed LiveCPR, a smartphone app for instructing non-healthcare providers to cardiopulmonary resuscitation maneuvers in case of need.

In 2014 during a cerimonia at the Quirinale I was honoured by the President of the Republic Giorgio Mapolitano of the title of Alfiere della Repubblica Italiana.

After getting a high school diploma I moved to medicine devoting my time to emergency medicine and critical care. As a self-taught I started to study and deepen everything that concerns critical patient management such as ECG interpretation, airway management, the use of point-of-care ultrasound and ventilation, winning in 2016, for two consecutive years, participation at the largest international emergency medicine conference, the SMACC Conference in Dublin and then in Berlin in 2017.

In 2016 I collaborated with the Italian Society for Cardiovascular Prevention and the National Research Council of Rome for the development of IT solutions in health prevention.

In the same year I started the project of creating an out-of-hospital cardiac arrest registry to study the epidemiology, treatment and outcome of patients in Alta Padovana (northern of Padua) treated by EMS.

In the free time I love designing infographics and other graphical works about medicine.

Finally, I write regularly articles on EMPills, a blog about emergency medicine and critical care.

If you want to know more about me or work with me please get in touch.