Andrea Attilio Moneta


Dr. Andrea Attilio Moneta is cardiac surgeon in charge of Surgery of Ischemic Heart Disease and Valve Surgery at the Cardiac Surgery Unit at the Ospedale Galeazzi-Sant'Ambrogio. He also collaborates with Palazzo della Salute in Milan, Italy.

After graduating in Medicine and Surgery from the University of Milan in 1993, he continued his training from 1995 to 1997 at the Hopital Marie Lannelongue and Institut Moutualiste Monsouris in Paris.

In 1998, he specialized in Thoracic Surgery at the University of Milan, and in 2004, he obtained the certification of High Specialty in Cardiac Surgery from the Maggiore Hospital in Milan.

Currently, Dr. Moneta is in charge of technical innovations in coronary artery surgery, training in aortic and mitral structural cardiology, and is a tutor in the Graduate School of Medicine and Graduate School of Cardiac Surgery at the University of Milan. 

He is Adjunct Professor of the School of Specialization in Thoracic Surgery at the University of Milan, and, since 2011, he is head and tutor of fellowships in Cardiac Surgery at the University of Milan and Visiting Professor of the Cardiothoracic Surgery Department - South Valley University - Sohag Faculty of Medicine in the Republic of Egypt.

His clinical activity interests:

  • cardiac surgery and congenital heart surgery in adults,
  • treatment of all coronary and aortic root valve pathologies,
  • treatment of the thoracic aorta and aortic arch pathologies,
  • heart failure,
  • new approaches to valvulopathies.

He has perfremed over 4 000 cardiac and congenital heart surgeries in adults.

Dr. Moneta has published 44 works in international journals and participated in more than 100 conferences as a speaker and moderator. He participated as a mentor in the CVRx research project for the treatment of advanced heart failure. 

He is actively engaged in research activities at the Department of Cardiac Surgery of the University of Milan.

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