University: University of Milan
Dr. Francesco Alamanni graduated from the University of Sassari on July 10, 1978, and obtained the Specialization in Angiology and Vascular Surgery at the University of Milan on November 16, 1981, and the Specialization in Cardiosurgery at the University of Sassari, the University of Padua on July 10, 1990. From July 1978 to December 1979 Assistant at Special Surgical and Preclinical Clinical Pathology and from December 1979 to March 1982 at the General Surgery Clinic and Surgery Therapy. He is currently serving as professor of Cardiac Surgery of the Department of Clinical and Community Sciences Department of Cardiovascular Diseases of the University of Milan; and is responsible for the Cardio Surgical Functional Unit; he is Director of the School of Specialization in Cardiac Surgery. Director of the Cardiovascular Surgery Program; Surgical Area Coordinator; Head of the Cardiac Surgery Unit. He has been teaching at the School of Specialization in Vascular Surgery at the University of Sassari Semeiotica Physical and Instrumental for Vascular Diseases AA 1980/81. Embryology, macro and microscopic anatomy of vascular apparatus AA 1981/82. Elements of bioengineering applied to AA 1983/84 and 1984/85 circles. He has lectured and conducted lectures for the Faculty of Medicine and Surgery at the University of Milan. Integrated Course on Cardiovascular Disease Diseases. Master of Teaching Cardiac Surgery for I and II Degree in Cardiovascular and Cardiovascular Physiopathology Techniques. He is the holder of the Cardiac Surgery Course for the Cardio-Surgery and Cardiology Specialization School. He is the author of 350 scientific publications and 19 chapters of books. He is a member of the European Society for Cardiovascular Surgery, the Society of Thoracic Surgeons and the European Association of Cardio-Thoracic Surgery.
His research interest mainly focuses on reconstructive mitral surgery, aortic valve repair, minimally invasive cardiac surgery, cardiopulmonary bypass physiopathology, arterial coronary revascularization.
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