Professor Alessandro Ducati is Neurosurgeon and Neurologist at Casa di Cura La Madonnina.
He graduated in Medicine and Surgery from the University of Milan, where in 1977 he obtained specialization in Neurosurgery, and in 1981 – in Neurology.
After graduating from medical school, he attended:
- Karolinska Hospital in Stockholm (Sweden)
- Mount Sinai Hospital in New York (USA) where he is Visiting Professor
- Duke University in Raleight-Durham (USA)
- Essen Hospital in the homonymous city (Germany)
- University Hospital Zurich (Switzerland)
Prof. Ducati currently holds the position of:
- Full Professor of Neurosurgery and Director of the School of Specialization in Neurosurgery at the University of Turin
- Director of the Master of Microneurosurgery of Turin
- Director of the Neurosurgery Clinic City of Health and Science, Turin
- Chairman of AO Spine Italia.
His main fields of interest in which, over 40 years of profession, he has gained significant experience are:
- Oncologic neurosurgery (gliomas, meningiomas, metastases),
- Spinal neurosurgery (hernias, stenosis, stabilizations, oncology)
- Vascular neurosurgery (aneurysms, hematomas)
- Trigeminal neuralgia.
Prof. Ducati is responsible for the introduction of the methodology of intraoperative monitoring in neurosurgery in Italy, today used in all hospitals.