Dr. Stefano Carlino

Dr. Stefano Carlino

stefano.carlino@sunrise.ch

Biography

Stefano Carlino is an Italian medical doctor who graduated in 1990. He began his career as a researcher in 1985 during the second year at the faculty of medicine. His first studies were in pharmacokinetics, biochemistry, enzymology, and biotechnology and for some years, he worked in the field of clinical research and drug safety.

For the last 19 years, he has been the research and development director of a pharmaceutical company in Switzerland. At present senior expert R&D, he ran one of the best-equipped research laboratories in the south of Switzerland in the field of chemical synthesis and extraction, analytical chemistry and molecular biology. Over the last 16 years, he has been the author of five international patents. During this period, he set up a technical office within the company that designs and constructs industrial chemical plants for the manufacture of active pharmaceutical ingredients. As a computer programmer since 1983, he has set up and developed the automation software of various plants and several software for his own use.

Moreover, he has also studied and practiced classical homeopathy since 1993. He is a general practitioner and classical homeopath in Monthey, Switzerland.  As part of his continuing education, he periodically attends training courses in general and emergency medicine. He is a member of the Swiss Federation of medical doctors (FMH) and of the Swiss society of homeopathic medical doctors (SSMH).

Since 2010, after the three years’ complete course in classical homeopathy, he is one of the members of the research and scientific committee of the International Academy of Classical Homeopathy (IACH) and, for some years, he has been its representative on the European Committee for Homeopathy (ECH) on the subcommittee for education. He has translated into Italian some of Prof. George Vithoulkas’ articles and two of his books: “Homeopathy, the energy medicine” and “Levels of health”. He also collaborated with Prof. Vithoulkas in writing the article “The continuum of a unified theory of diseases”, published in 2010 in the Medical Science Monitor and, at present, he is one of the peer reviewers of the scientific magazine “Journal of Medicine and Life”.

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