Alessandro Borgini is an environmental health biologist collaborator at the Environmental Epidemiology Unit, Fondazione IRCCS Istituto Nazionale dei Tumori, Milan expert in the assessment of exposure to specific contaminants in environmental matrix (air, water and soil) and acute and chronic effects in populations living in particularly contaminated areas. He is an experienced chronic disease epidemiologist with interest in the link between environment and different factors in the etiology of Cancer. He has actively participated in various European Projects (SEARCH, HYENA, EUROLIFENET, TRUSTNET-IN-ACTION) on topics related to exposure to atmospheric contaminants and health effects also in school environment through the use of active and passive samplers for the monitoring of fine atmospheric particulates PM2.5, BTEX, O3, NOx and Aldehydes. He is author and co-author of over 20 articles of environmental pollutants and health effects. At Tobacco Control Unit, is a new collaborator researcher focused on SHS indoor and outdoor measurement.