Dr. Antonio Giuliano graduated from the University of Messina in 2007. While working in general practice, he completed a master's degree in Small Animal Oncology from the University of Pisa, a post graduate certificate in cancer therapeutic at Barts Cancer Institute and the GpCert (SAM) in internal medicine.
He completed a rotating internship in a busy referral practice in UK and an oncology internship and residency at the Queen Veterinary School Teaching Hospital (QVSH), at the University of Cambridge.
After successfully completing the residency, he worked for one year as oncology clinician and supervisor at the QVSH. In the 2019 he moved to Hong Kong (HK) working as oncologist at CityU VMC, the largest multidisciplinary referral Hospital in HK.
Dr Antonio Giuliano is a recognised European, RCVS and HK specialist in small animal oncology.
He published numerous articles in international peer reviewed journals and presented his research in many international conferences.
He has a broad interest in cancer research, with particular focus on finding new drugs/therapeutic approaches to improve survival time and quality of life of pets. He is also interested in preclinical and clinical investigations into the development of rapid tests to predict prognosis and/or early diagnosis of cancer.