Mattia Glauber, M.D.
With over 10.000 cases performed, of which more than 3.000 minimally invasive, Dr. Mattia Glauber is one of the leading experts worldwide in the minimally invasive surgical treatment of adult heart diseases.
Graduated in Pavia in 1987, he trained in Germany, Switzerland and France. In 1995 he moved to Massa, where in 1999 he became Chief of the Adult Cardiac Surgery Unit and in 2007 he took over the Direction of the Cardio-Thoracic Department of the “Ospedale del Cuore”. Under his leadership, the Institution has achieved more than 1.000 adult heart surgeries and has become an internationally recognized Center of Excellence for the treatment of cardiovascular diseases, for training in Minimally Invasive Cardiac Surgery and for scientific publication activity.
In 2014, after fifteen years of practice as Chief Cardiac Surgeon in Massa, he moved to Milan, where he now practices as Chief of the Minimally Invasive Cardiac Surgery Unit of the “Istituto Clinico Sant'Ambrogio”, San Donato Research and University Hospitals Group.
Dr. Glauber was born in Como in 1962 from a German mother and a South Tyrolean father. He is a native Italian and German speaker, and fluent in English and French. He has over 200 scientific publications in indexed journals and is a reviewer of the main cardiac surgery and cardiology scientific journals. He is Director of the International Master in Cardiac Surgery Innovation at the “Scuola Superiore S. Anna” in Pisa, and is also an International Trainer for other cardiac surgeons worldwide.
Chief of Minimally Invasive Cardiac Surgery Unit
Istituto Clinico Sant’Ambrogio, San Donato Group
Since April 2015:
Senior Consultant & Visiting Professor by Heart Centre, Lipsia University
1995 - 2014:
Director of CardioThoracic Department
Heart Hospital, Tuscany Monasterio Foundation
Consultant Cardiac Surgeon
Ospedali Riuniti Bergamo, Italy
AREAS OF INTEREST
- Adult Cardiac Surgery
- Minimally Invasive Cardiac Surgery
- Mitral Valve Repair
- Aortic Valve Surgery
- Aortic arch and ascendig/thoracic aorta
- Coronary Artery Diseases
- Cardiac Insufficiency