Professor Carmelo Romeo attained his Medical degree in 1986, from University of Messina. He is a specialist in Pediatric Surgery cum laude 1991, University di Napoli Federico II. He did his University Diploma in Laparoscopic Surgery 2001, University of Strasburgo (F). He received scholarship from Lions International Rhode Island Hospital USA 1987, Scholarship from Fondazione Bonino-Pulejo Pedaitric Surgery Clinic University of Bologna 1988, Scholarship National Council for Research-Great Ormond Street Hospital UCL London 1998. He received a Prize on “Congenital Malformation”, Lions Club 1986/1987, with the paper on “Esophageal Atresia”. He is also a Winner of the resident best paper award at the international congress of the Canadian Association of Pediatric Surgeons (Montreal, 1999) with the presentation: “Gastric motility disorders in patients operated on for esophageal atresia and tracheoesophageal fistula: long term evaluation”. He is a Researcher in Pediatric Surgery from 1990 at the University of Reggio Calabria, Associate Professor in Pediatric Surgery from 1999 at the University of Messina, Professor in Pediatric Surgery from December 2009 at the University of Messina. He is the author of 266 papers: 150 on peer reviewed National and International journals; 4 monographies; 12 book chapters; 100 abstracts e 7 videos presented at National and International Congress. He serves on the Editorial board of: Case Reports in Pediatrics, E-Cronicon Paediatrics, Referee: Journal of Pediatric Surgery, Journal of Urology, Pediatrics, Human Reproduction, Urological Research, Asian Journal of Andrology, International Journal of Andrology, International Journal of Fertility and Sterility.
Currently he is a Professor of Pediatric Surgery University of Messina, Head Unit of Pediaitric Surgery, Policlinico G. Martino Messina, Italy and also Vice Director Department of Pedaitric, Gynecology, Microbiology and Biomedical Sciences Universty of Messina, Italy.
Congenital malformations: Esophageal atresia congenital diaphragmatic hernia; Physiopathology of the surgical neonate and neonatal sepsis; Physiopathology of congenital hydronephrosis and megaureter; Pediatric andrology: Cryptorchidism; Varicocele; Torsion of the testis; CO2; Pneumoperitoneum in surgical animal models.