Dr. Quaranta-Leoni is the Director of the Adnexal and Orbital Service in the Dept. of Ophthalmology of Villa Tiberia Hospital in Rome and has a commitment to teaching, actively participating in residents training in adnexal disease.

He is the President Elect of ESOPRS, Past President and Past Secretary of SICOP (Italian Oculoplastic Surgery Society), International Associate Member of ASOPRS.

He attended Medical School at Catholic University of Rome – A. Gemelli Hospital, graduating with first-class honors in 1988. His postgraduate ophthalmic training was undertaken at the Department of Ophthalmology of Catholic University of Rome. He was awarded the Diploma of Ophthalmology with first-class honors in 1992 and undertook further training in Strabismus Surgery under the care of late Prof. Bruno Bagolini in 1992-1994.

Dr. Quaranta-Leoni attended a two-year Fellowship in Oculoplastic, Lacrimal and Orbital Surgery at Moorfields Eye Hospital – Londonin 1995-97 under the care of John Wright, Richard Collin, Geoffrey Rose and Michèle Beaconsfield.  In 2014 he has been chosen to receive the ASOPRS Merrill Reeh Pathology Awardfor his work on: Management of Porous Orbital Implants Requiring Explantation: A Clinical and Histopathological Study. OPRS, 30(2):132-136, 2014.

His fields of interest are socket surgery, paediatric oculoplastic surgery, eyelid and orbital tumours, lacrimal surgery, thyroid eye disease.

He is married with two children and speaks fluent English, Italian, Spanish and French.