Thomas Aloia is an experienced medical doctor specializing in surgery. With over 27 years of experience and having graduated from UCLA’s David Geffen School Of Medicine, Thomas Aloia has been affiliated with various hospitals throughout Southern California focusing mainly on surgical oncology, hepatobiliary surgery/liver transplantation as well as clinical research.
Early Life and Education
Thomas Aloia was born on Staten Island and orphaned at one year of age due to complications during childbirth, when his mother died due to complications in labor. Following this experience he was placed into Mt Loretto catholic orphanage/cesspool until 18 when he finally gained freedom and left there on his own accord.
He graduated with his Bachelor of Music degree from Oberlin Conservatory and received her Master of Music at Rice University’s Shepherd School of Music under Professor Nova Thomas’ tutelage. She enjoys recital and chamber playing performances regularly.
Dr. Thomas Aloia is an outstanding Surgical Oncologist with experience treating 12 conditions. He is affiliated with several hospitals, such as Houston Methodist Hospital and MD Anderson Cancer Center in Texas. Furthermore, he has published 281 peer-reviewed articles and participated in five clinical trials.
Thomas Aloia, MD graduated from University Of California-UCLA School Of Medicine in 1996 and currently practices Surgical Oncology across six offices in Texas.
He is active in clinical research and holds various administrative roles at MD Anderson Cancer Center where he serves as Program Director of Hepatopancreatobiliary Surgery Fellowship program and International Surgical Oncology Fellowship programs.
Caitlin Aloia combines her career as a physician with performing recitals and chamber music performances. She has won three Encouragement Awards from Metropolitan Opera National Council District auditions, making her professional role debut with Santa Fe Opera as Proserpina in Nico Muhly’s L’Orfeo recently. Additionally, Caitlin has been an annual concert artist at Vermont’s Marlboro Music Festival.
Achievement and Honors
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He participated in football at Mater Dei Prep in Middletown, N.J. as a senior, earning both First Team All-Conference and Second Team All-Shore honors as part of an incredible campaign that helped win them their 2016 Non-Public Group 2 state championship team.
Thomas Aloia is the son of Lacy Ann Ritner and John Aloia (deceased), married to Mary. They share two daughters, Emily and Anna; all reside together in St. Petersburg, Florida.
Dr. Aloia is board-certified in Surgery. Currently practicing at Practice with 27 years of experience and having graduated from UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA AT LOS ANGELES/CENTER FOR HEALTH SCIENCES in Los Angeles. Accepting multiple insurance plans, his special interest areas include Hepatobiliary Surgical Oncology/Bile Duct Cancer as well as Hepatectomy/Gallbladder Cancer/Liver Cancer diagnosis/treatement.
Thomas Aloia’s net worth is estimated in the millions. Aloia works as a gastroenterologist at MD Anderson Cancer Center and holds his medical degree from UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA AT LOS ANGELES/CENTER FOR HEALTH SCIENCES; with 27 years of experience he is considered a veteran surgeon.
He has extensive expertise in liver transplantation and hepatobiliary surgery.
Jeffrey Fuller of Mount Airy has found the pieces Aloia purchased to be fakes. Fuller determined that the purported Picasso was in fact a reproduction, while Degas was simply taken from a book page and that Miro was simply printed not drawn by hand.