Professor Antonio Miadonna is a general practitioner at Casa di Cura la Madonnina.
In 1974, he received his doctorate in Medicine and Surgery from the University of Milan, where in 1977 he specialized in allergology and clinical immunology. In 1980, he also received a specialization in diseases of the respiratory system. In 1989, he received the national qualification of head of the Department of Internal Medicine.
In 2002, he completed a management training course for the Director of the integrated Structure of the School of Health Management in the Lombardy region.
His career began as an assistant at the Clinica Medica dell'Università degli Studi di Milano - Ospedale Policlinico, then he holds the position of Head of the Department of Internal Medicine and Pulmonology dell’Ospedale Fatebenefratelli-Sacco in Milan.
Professor Miadonna has been conducting clinical activities at Casa di Cura La Madonnina since 2016. He is a pulmonologist, therapist and expert in immunology and rheumatology. He deals with internal pathologies and diseases inherent in the respiratory system, such as:
- bronchial asthma,
- respiratory tract infections,
- interstitiopathies of the lungs,
- lung vasculitis.
He also deals with diseases of the immune system.
He was trained in various fields and gained research experience abroad, as a result of which Professor Miadonna received extensive scientific data published in reputable international journals.
He was a visiting scientist at:
- Division of Clinical Immunology, The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Baltimore (USA),
- Department of Immunopharmacology of the National Institute of Health and Medical Research of France U 200, Paris;
- UNICET Laboratory for Immunological Research, Dardilly (France);
- Human Immunology, DNAX Research Institute, Palo Alto (USA).
He has taught at specialized schools of Internal Medicine, Pulmonology and Allergology and Clinical Immunology at the University of Milan and has been invited to lecture at numerous national and international scientific conferences based on the scientific results obtained.
He is the author of about 200 scientific papers published in major international scientific journals on pulmonology and immunology.