Prof. Stefano Olmi is in charge of the Operative Units of General and Oncological Surgery, the Center for Abdominal Wall Surgery, the Center for Advanced Laparoscopic Surgery and the Center for Obesity Surgery in the Policlinico San Marco. He is also Professor for the School of Specialization in General Surgery at the Policlinico San Marco of the University of Bergamo.
In 1995, he graduated in Medicine and Surgery from the University of Milan, and specialized in Emergency Surgery and First Aid in 2000 at the same University.
His career began in 1991 as a trainee and, subsequently, as a resident in the Division of General and Thoracic Surgery at the Fatebenefratelli and Ophthalmic Hospital in Milan, where he became a first level medical director in 2000.
From 2001 to 2008, he also served as the First Level Medical Director for the Second Operative Unit of Laparoscopic and Minimally Invasive General Surgery at Ospedale San Gerardo dei Tintori in Monza. From 2008 to 2009, he was Medical Director of the Complex Operative Unit of General and Oncological Surgery at Ospedale S. Giuseppe in Milan, and later became the Head of the Simple Operative Unit of Laparoscopic and Robotic Surgery and the Obesity Center at Ospedale San Giuseppe in Milan.
As the first operator, he performed more than 6,500 scheduled and urgent laparoscopic and laparotomic operations, including more than 600 laparoscopic colo-rectal resections, 150 laparoscopic gastric resections for neoplasia. He performed about 800 Pathologic Obesity surgeries and over 1,300 laparoscopic wall surgeries. He is the author and co-author of over seventy printed publications in leading national and international indexed surgical journals, as well as the author of six book chapters and seven academic monographs.
Prof. Stefano Olmi carries out research activities in the field of tumor immunology and biotechnology and, in the course of his career, he has attended several specialization courses, including abroad. He is a member of EAES (European Association of Endoscopic Surgery) committee for international guidelines of laparoscopic surgery of the abdominal wall. He is also a member of numerous Italian and European scientific societies, such as the Italian Society of Surgery, the Italian Society of Endoscopic Surgery and the European Association For Endoscopic Surgery.
University of Milan
Degree in Medicine and Surgery – 1988
University of Milan
Specialization in Emergency Surgery and First Aid – 2000
He is the author and co-author of over seventy printed publications in leading national and international indexed surgical journals, as well as the author of six book chapters and seven academic monographs.