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Jacques Marescaux
MD, FACS, Hon. FRCS, Hon. FJSES
WebSurg Editor-in-Chief, CME Editor on WebSurg.com
Head of General and Digestive Surgery Department
Université Louis Pasteur
Chairman, IRCAD-EITS
Le professeur Marescaux est reconnu pour son expérience chirurgicale en chirurgie mini-invasive. Il possède une vaste expérience en chirurgie endocrinienne et a développé des techniques du dispositif pour les maladies gastro-intestinales. Il a fondé l'Institut de Recherche contre les Cancers de l'Appareil Digestif (IRCAD) et est président de l'Institut européen de téléchirurgie (PET), une école spécialisée, qui forme plus de 3000 chirurgiens par an en chirurgie laparoscopique. En septembre 2001, le professeur Marescaux a effectué la première opération transatlantique assistée par robot appelée Opération Lindbergh. Le 2 avril 2007, le professeur Jacques Marescaux et son équipe ont effectué avec succès la première chirurgie sans cicatrice.

Cette première opération sans incision sur patient humain a été effectuée à l'aide d'un endoscope souple pour une cholécystectomie transvaginale chez une femme de 30 ans avec des calculs biliaires symptomatiques. Cette première mondiale fut d'abord appelée «Opération Anubis ».

Le professeur Marescaux est actif dans plusieurs associations médico-chirurgicales y compris le Royal College of Surgeons (Londres), l'Association Européenne de Chirurgie, l'Académie nationale de médecine ainsi que la société européenne de télémédecine.

Le professeur Marescaux ne mentionnera pas de produits pharmaceutiques ou outils médico-churirgicaux non-approuvés par la Food and Drug Administration. 

Mehran Anvari
MB BS, PhD, FRCSC, FACS
St. Joseph's hospital - McMaster University
Hamilton, Canada
Professeur - chirurgie générale
Il est actuellement professeur dans le département de chirurgie à l'Université McMaster et, depuis 1999, est également directeur du Centre pour Minimal Access Surgery (CMAS).

Soins de santé Saint-Joseph
50 Charlton Avenue East Room G805
Hamilton, ON
L8N 4 A 6
Canada

Prof. Mehran Anvari a obtenu une licence en médecine et chirurgie à l'Université de Newcastle-Upon-Tyne en 1983 et un doctorat de l'Université d'Adélaide en Australie en 1996.

En 1999, le Prof. Mehran Anvari a dirigé le Centre de Chirurgie Mini-Invasive (CMAS), un Centre de l'Université McMaster situé au centre Saint-Joseph Healthcare de Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. Le CMAS est un centre qui développe des technologies de télémédecine afin d'aider les médecins Canadiens dans les collectivités isolées à accéder plus facilement aux dernières connaissances et techniques médicales. Le Prof. Anvari est actuellement professeur dans le département de chirurgie à l'Université McMaster et depuis 1999, il est également directeur du Centre pour Chirurgie Mini-Invasive.

En 2003, au centre St Joseph's Healthcare, le Prof. Anvari a effectué la première chirurgie interhospitalière assistée par télérobotique sur un patient de North Bay, dans l'Ontario, à 400km d'Hamilton. 

Le Prof. M Anvari est titulaire d'un fellowship en chirurgie générale du Royal College of Surgeons of Canada, et est également fellow de l'American College of Surgeons. Il est également membre de la Society of American Gastrointestinal Endoscopic Surgeons (SAGES).

Le Prof. M Anvari n'a aucune affiliation financière qui aurait une incidence sur le contenu de ses présentations, et ne mentionnera pas de produits pharmaceutiques ou outils médico-churirgicaux non-approuvés par la Food and Drug Administration. 

Jean-Charles Berthou
MD
Clinique Chirurgicale Mutualiste de la Porte de l'Orient
Lorient, France
Head Department of Surgery - Clinique Chirurgicale Mutualiste de la Porte de l'Orient
3, rue Robert de La Croix - 56324 Lorient Cedex
France

Dr. Jean-Charles Berthou is the Chairman of the Department of Digestive Surgery at the Clinique Chirurgicale Mutualiste. His specialty is in minimally invasive digestive surgery. Dr. JC Berthou is a member of the French Society of Endoscopic Surgery, and of the European Association for Endoscopic Surgery. His publications include clinical research in the area of laparoscopic management of common bile stones and laparoscopic colectomies. Dr. JC Berthou has no financial affiliations that would affect the content of his presentations nor will he be discussing any US FDA non-approved uses for pharmaceutical or medical devices products.

Bernard Dallemagne
MD
Hôpitaux Universitaires de Strasbourg
Strasbourg, France
Dr. Bernard Dallemagne has been the Scientific Director of the IRCAD-EITS Institute in Strasbourg since 2006.
IRCAD-EITS
Hôpitaux Universitaires, 1, place de l'Hôpital
67091 Strasbourg Cedex
France

Before that, Dr. Dallemagne was Head of the Department of Surgery at the Cliniques Saint Joseph, Service de Chirurgie Digestive in Liege, Belgium. Dr. Dallemagne is a pioneer in minimally invasive surgical procedures and a long time practicing surgeon who broke ground when using endoscopic procedures in the field of general surgery. His publications include clinical research in the areas of cholecystectomy, esophagectomy, endoscopic fundoplication, vagotomy, abdominal pain, and pancreatitis. He co-partnered with Professor Jacques Marescaux in performing the first NOTES transvaginal cholecystectomy in April 2007.

Dr. Dallemagne is a prominent member of many international surgical societies including the Belgian Group of Endoscopic Surgery and the European Association for Endoscopic Surgery and other interventional techniques. In 1996, Dr. Dallemagne received the EXCEL award from the Society of Laparoendoscopic Surgeons.

Dr. Dallemagne has no financial affiliations that could affect the content of his presentations.
He will not be discussing any US FDA non-approved uses for pharmaceutical or medical device products.

Jean-François Gigot
MD, PhD

Guy Launoy
MD, PhD

Joël Leroy
MD, FRCS
Hôpitaux Universitaires de Strasbourg
Strasbourg, France
Colorectal Surgeon
IRCAD-EITS
Hôpitaux Universitaires, 1, place de l'Hôpital
67091 Strasbourg Cedex
France

Professor Joel Leroy has been involved in laparoscopic surgery for his entire medical career. A graduate of the Medical University of Lille, France, Professor Leroy completed his residency in digestive surgery at the University Hospital of Lille. He created and developed the first surgical division of minimally invasive surgery (MIS) specializing in colorectal surgery in 1991. Professor Leroy has standardized various surgical procedures, particularly in the colorectal field. He was appointed Associate Professor of Digestive Surgery at the University of Lille, France, in 1997. In 1998, Professor Leroy was appointed by Professor Jacques Marescaux as Co-Director of the European Institute of TeleSurgery / Institute for Research in the Digestive Cancer (EITS/IRCAD) to develop and teach MIS. He has also played an important role in the field of medical robotics, developing robotically-assisted MIS procedures at the European Institute for TeleSurgery where his contribution was the standardization of the ZEUS® Robotic Surgical System assisted laparoscopic cholecystectomy. Professor Leroy is a member of the National Academy of Surgery, the French Association of Surgery (AFC), the European Association for Endoscopic Surgery (EAES) and he is currently the Vice-President of the French Society of Endoscopic Surgery.

Professor Leroy has disclosed no financial affiliations that would affect the content of his presentations. He will not be discussing any US FDA non-approved uses for pharmaceutical or medical device products.

Jeffrey Milsom
MD, FACS
Cornell University
New York, United States
Dr. Jeffrey Milsom is Chief of the Section of Colon and Rectal Surgery in the Department of Surgery in Weill Medical College of Cornell University.
1315 York Avenue
2nd Floor
New York, NY 10021
United States of America

Dr. Milsom holds a national and international reputation in the area of colon and rectal surgery. His research projects include: angiogenesis related to colon cancer; the development of new technologies in laparoscopy colon rectal surgery and abdominal surgery and improving outcomes following colorectal using minimal invasive surgery techniques. Dr. Milsom is extremely involved in the development of new techniques in minimal invasive surgery including the use of robotics and molecular markers in colorectal cancer. Dr. Milsom has held editorial appointments on six journals including Surgical Endoscopy, Diseases of the Colon and Rectum, International Journal of Colorectal Diseases, Cancer, Oncology and Annals of Surgery. In addition, Dr. Milsom has been asked to participate in numerous national committees including the Laparoendoscopic Surgical Education Committee as party of the Association of Program Directors for Colon and Rectal Surgery and the Membership Committee of the Society of American Gastrointestinal Endoscopic Surgeons. Dr. Milsom is a Senior Examiner for the American Board of Colon and Rectal Surgeons. He will not be discussing any US FDA non-approved uses for pharmaceutical or medical device products.

Didier Mutter
MD, PhD, FACS
Hôpitaux Universitaires de Strasbourg
Strasbourg, France
Professor Didier Mutter, MD, PhD, FACS, specializes in minimally invasive digestive surgery. He is co-founder and board member of the Administration Board of the Institute for Research in Digestive Cancer Surgery (IRCAD) and of the European Institute of TeleSurgery (EITS).
IRCAD-EITS
Hôpitaux Universitaires, 1, place de l'Hôpital
67091 Strasbourg Cedex
France

Professor Mutter also teaches general surgery at the Université Louis Pasteur in Strasbourg and is a member of the European Association of Endoscopic Surgery and of the International Association of Endocrine Surgeons. Professor Mutter has no financial affiliations that would affect the content of his presentations.

He will not be discussing any US FDA non-approved uses for pharmaceutical of medical device products.

Benoît Navez
MD
General Digestive and Urology Department, Hôpital Saint Joseph
Gilly, Belgium
Dr. Benoît Navez’s special interest is digestive surgery which he mainly performs laparoscopically.
He works at the Cliniques Universitaires Saint-Luc
Avenue Hippocrate, 10
1200 Brussels
Belgium

He is a founding member and General Secretary of the Belgian Group for Endoscopic Surgery (BGES), a member of the Scientific/Educational Committee and of the Administration Board of the European Association for Endoscopic Surgery (EAES). Dr. Navez also holds memberships in various specialized medical associations in Belgium and France. Dr. Navez has performed extensive scientific and clinical research and has published numerous papers. He is a regularly invited speaker to numerous conferences, courses and lectures both nationally and internationally, and he has also organized specialized conferences and symposiums nationally and internationally.

Dr. Navez has no financial affiliations that would affect the content of his presentations. He will not be discussing any US FDA non-approved uses for pharmaceutical of medical device products.

Junji Okuda
MD, PhD
Osaka Medical College
Osaka, Japan
Assistant Professor Chief, Section of Minimally invasive Surgery Department of General & Gastroenterological Surgery Osaka Medical College,
Department of General & Gastroenterological Surgery
2-7 Daigakumachi Takatsuki-City,
569-8686 Osaka
Japan

Dr. Junji Okuda is presently Assistant Professor in the Department of General & Gastroenterological Surgery at the Osaka Medical College, Osaka, Japan. He is one of the pioneers of laparoscopic colorectal surgery in Japan, integrating 3D CT imaging in collaboration with radiologists, and has performed many cancer related colorectal surgeries. Dr. Okuda is a member of numerous Japanese surgical gastroenterological and cancer associations. He is a faculty member of the Japan Society of Endoscopic Surgery (JSES) and also organizes minimally invasive surgical groups with Urology and Gynecology Departments of Osaka Medical College. Dr. Okuda conducts annual laparoscopic colorectal surgery seminars in Osaka for international experts. Dr. Okuda has research grants from Ethicon, Tyco, Karl Storz and Olympus. He will not be discussing any US FDA non-approved uses for pharmaceutical or medical device products.

Francesco Rubino
MD

Michel Vix
MD
Hôpitaux Universitaires de Strasbourg
Strasbourg, France
Dr. Michel Vix is co-founder of the Institute for Research in Digestive Cancer Surgery (IRCAD) and a member of the European Institute of TeleSurgery (EITS).
Hôpitaux Universitaires, 1, place de l'Hôpital
67091 Strasbourg Cedex
France

Dr. Vix has extensive experience in general and digestive surgery and is specialized in emergency surgery and morbid obesity. Dr. Vix has participated in the project 'Experimental, Interfacial, Analyses, Retrieval and Clinical Follow-up Studies of Implants and Medical Devices' with Professor Stig Karlsson. He is an elected member of the medical committee of the University Hospital of Strasbourg, and a member of various medical associations, including the Association Française de Chirurgie Endocrinienne and the Société Française de Chirurgie Digestive. Dr. Vix has no financial affiliations that would affect the content of his presentations. He will not be discussing any US FDA non-approved uses for pharmaceutical or medical device products.

Daniel Bacal
MD, FACS
St Joseph Mercy Hospital
Ann Arbor, United States
Dr. Daniel Bacal, MD, FACS - General surgeon
Dr. Bacal graduated from General Surgery in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
St Joseph Mercy Hospital
5301 E HURON RIVER DR
ANN ARBOR, MI 48106
United States of America

Because of his interest in education, research and minimally invasive surgery, he spent a year under the guidance of Professor Jacques Marescaux, at the IRCAD/Hôpitaux Universitaires de Strasbourg, France. During this year Dr Bacal got involved in multiple projects including new minimally invasive techniques, robotic surgery, telementoring and tele-education, simulators and the use of the Internet for surgical education. His current interests include laparoscopic surgery, obesity, endocrine surgery and digestive surgery. Dr. Bacal is a member of the American College of Surgeons and the SAGES. He has no financial affiliations that would affect the content of his presentations. He will not be discussing any US FDA non-approved uses for pharmaceutical or medical device products.

Gordon MacKinlay
MD, FRCS