Dr. Giuseppe Corsi is a vascular surgeon at Casa di Cura La Madonnina and Head of the Department of Vascular Surgery, as well as the Interdepartmental Center for Diabetic Foot Istituto Clinico Città Studi Milano in Milan.
After graduating in 1983 from the Faculty of Medicine and Surgery of the University of Milan, he specialized at the same university in vascular surgery (1988) and microsurgery and experimental surgery (1991).
Dr. Corsi is engaged in both medical and research activities as a researcher of the Lombard Atherothrombosis Project (PLAT) at the Milan Clinical Institute of Vascular Surgery and Angiology under the supervision of Professor G. Agrifoglio (1986-1989).
Then, in the period from 1989 to 1992, as a researcher, always at the same institute, he continued to work in various positions until 2000, conducting research on the biological effects of valvulotomies during interventions for revascularization of the subcutaneous artery. In 2000, he moved to Policlinico Multimedica at the Sesto San Giovanni Clinical Research Institute, where he remained until 2012.
From 2012 to 2013, he held the position of assistant surgeon in the structural unit of Vascular Surgery at the Clinica Polispecialistica San Carlo in Paderno-Duniano, and since 2015 he has headed the Department of Vascular Surgery and the Interdepartmental Center for the Treatment of Diabetic Foot.
Dr. Corsi is also currently collaborating with Casa di Cura La Madonnina as a consultant vascular surgeon.
Since the beginning of Corsi's surgical activity:
- he performed 1995 operations as the first surgeon (among which, in particular, 235 peripheral shunts (femoral-distal ATC-VTC) and 548 aorto-bifemoral shunts),
- in total, he participated in 2,858 interventions.
Within the framework of Prima Scuola, specialization in vascular surgery, and then at Multimedica, he conducted tutoring activities for medical students and specialist students, as well as conducted practical classes in didactics at the School of Specialization, and also participated and/or organized post-university courses and seminars.
The author of 108 scientific publications, he was among the propagandists of the use of vascular homografts in prosthetic infections and participated with reports and reports in numerous national and international conferences. Since 1994, he has been a permanent member of the Italian Joint Group of Vascular Homotransplants in Northern Italy.