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Maurizio Valeriani

Plastic surgery - MED/19


Born in Rome in 1949, he graduated in Medicine and Surgery in the academic year 1973-74, with highest honors; specialized in Vascular Surgery in the year 1976-77, specialized in Reconstructive and Aesthetic Plastic Surgery in the year 1980-81.

His hospital career progressed hand in hand with his private practice, becoming one of the most relevant European experts in Liposculpture, publishing his personal technique called GLADI (Gluteal Adipose Implant) for fat transfers of the buttocks region. In 1987, he attained the qualification of CHIEF PLASTIC SURGEON though a public national contest established by the Italian Ministry of Education, Universities and Research (MIUR).

From 1998 to 2019, he served as the HEAD of the PLASTIC SURGERY DEPARMENT of the Local Health Authority of Rome 1, directing for around 19 years 3 hospital facilities located in Rome (San Filippo Neri Hospital, Hospital of the Holy Spirit and Nuovo Regina Margherita Hospital).

In the meantime, he was called as an adjunct Professor by Sapienza University and Tor Vergata University of Rome to teach rhinoplasty techniques to plastic surgery residents, being a proponent for the use of cartilage grafts in rhinoplasties.

He is a member of the Italian Society of Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgery (SICPRE) of which he was appointed the position of advisor for 6 years.

In 1997, he received from Italian President Oscar Luigi Scalfaro the title of Great Officer, Merit Order of the Italian Republic.

He authored over 100 publications on national and international journals, and he was called for several consecutive years as Honorary President for the National Conference of Breast Cancer organized by Dr. Giovanni Dal Prà.

Additionally, he was summoned as a consultant for the “Alpa Commission” established for the reform regulating right to safety in health treatments and medical liability named Gelli Law.

He is also a member of the International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ISAPS).