Jacques Marescaux

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Jacques Marescaux, June 2014.

Jacques Marescaux (born August 8, 1948) is a French doctor of international renown. He is Chairman of the digestive and endocrine surgery at the University Hospital, Strasbourg.[1][2][3]

Biography[edit]

  • 1948: Born in Clermont
  • 1971: Major in the contest for the Internat
  • 1977: Doctor in surgery
  • 1980: He obtained a chair professor at the Universities digestive surgery. He was only 33 years old.
  • 1989 - 1992: Director of special education Visceral surgery at the Medical School of Strasbourg.
  • 1989 - 1992: Vice President of the regional council of the Inserm.
  • Since 1989: Head of digestive and endocrine surgery University Hospitals of Strasbourg.
  • Since 1994: Founding Director of the IRCAD and the EITS
  • On September 7, 2001, he made New York a world first in TeleSurgery operating in the gallbladder of a patient who was in Strasbourg. This was the Lindbergh Operation.
  • Since 2002: Founding member of WeBSurg
  • In March 2005, he participated, with prestigious colleagues: Pierre Chambon, Jean-Marie Lehn, Pascal Neuville and Charles Woler, the draft pole of competitiveness "Innovation Therapeutics", in the context of Alsace BioValley.
  • On April 2, 2007, he is believed to be the first in the world to operate a person without leaving a scar, removing the gallbladder of a patient older than 30 years without making incision of the skin and through a natural orifice.

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