Dr. Di Maggio graduated with highest honours from University of Milan (MBBS). He specialized in General Surgery at the University Hospital of Parma after spending the last two years of his training working at the Royal London Hospital,and performing his own research at Queen Mary University and the Imperial College in London. He is a registered Surgeon with both MSF UK and MSF France, having obtained a Master Degree in Tropical Surgery and Surgery of Humanitarian Emergencies. He is author of several peer-reviewed manuscript and his research contribution has been acknowledged in Nature Communications, Scientific Report, EMBO Journal, Biology Open. Mr Di Maggio is a specialist General Surgeon who currently works as a Senior Upper GI Surgical Fellow at St Thomas Hospital in London, one of the leading oesophago-gastric resection units in the UK and a tertiary referral centre for complex benign disorders of the oesophagus and stomach.
Dr. Di Maggio research interests include Minimally invasive oesophagectomy, Caustic ingestion injuries to the Upper GI tract, Quality of life after anti-reflux surgery. Pancreatic cancer tumour-stroma interaction, Pancreatic stellate cells role PDAC, Pancreatic cancer biomechanics and angiogenesis. Global surgery burden, Surgery in austere environment.