Salvatore Chirumbolo was born in Nicastro (now Lamezia Terme) on February 01 1964, where he attended the elementary, middle and high school educational levels and gained a Master in Education in 1982. He graduated summa cum laude in Biological Sciences (Master of Science) in 1990 at the University of Bologna (Italy), where he discussed a Degree Thesis about the molecular genetics of bobbed locus in D. melanogaster (Prof, F Ritossa, A.A Algeri). In 1991 he worked asa Reserch Fellow at the Musèe National d'Histoire Naturelle-Institute de Byophysique, in Paris where he worked with C. Helène and JJ Toulmè and gained a Master in Molecular Geetics. Since 1992 he joined the register of the Professional National Association of Biologists and in 1995 he gained the High Post-Graduated Diploma (PhD) in Biochemical Chemistry with full honors at the Faculty of Medicine and Surgery of the University of Verona In 1997 he held the Laboratory of Molecular Biology in the ULSS 22 Regione Veneto of the Health National System (HSN) as Biologist Director and in the year 2000 he was Chief Manager (Health Chief Director) in an important laboratory for human health analysis associated with HSN. From 2007 he worked at the Department of Pathology at the University of Verona as Senjor Researcher and Scientific Technologist. From 2008 to 2009 he was a member of the Council of the Department of Morphological and Biomedical Sciences-University of Verona. He held the Laboratory of Physiopathology of Obesity from 2011 at the Department of Medicine-University of Verona, University Laboratory of Medical Research (LURM-Est). His research main topics concern the study of basophil biology, of allergy and of system biology applied to the immune system. He studied the effect of nature derived phytoestrogens present in daily human diet on allergy and inflammation (polyphenolic molecules and flavonoids). Since 1990 he was engaged with the study of water structure within high diluted solutions able to elicit a biological response and with the molecular fundamentals of hormetic mechanism and homeopathy, for which he was an Editor of the Journal J Homeopathic and Ajurvedic Medicine. In recent years he criticized many aspects of homeopathy and alternative medicine, as about its tenet and scientific performance. In 2012 he wrote a book (italian) about the many arguments in the scientific field regarding the paradoxical behaviour of liquid water in bbiological systems. Editor of British J Pharmaceut Res, he was awarded for best scientific reports in different Meetings, Rome 2008, Rome 2009, Chicago 2009. He is the author of more than 65 peer reviewed articles and many book chapters on flavonoids. He attends the School of Medicine of the University of Verona.