Pr Eric Vibert, MD, PhD, IKO
Prof. Eric VIBERT, MD, PhD, is 48-year-old academic surgeon at AP-HP specialized in the liver surgery and transplantation at Paul Brousse Hospital, Villejuif, where he works since 2007. He has more than 150 International Congress Communication and 72 invited plenary conferences in National or International meetings. With a H-index of 28, he has 164 publications on liver diseases, 26 as first author and 35 in last author (See https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/?term=vibert+e).
He is member of the board of ILCA since 2017. He graduated in Innovative treatment of post-hepatectomy liver failure, U-PSUD in 2012, when he also received his habilitation to direct research. E.Vibert is currently full Professor PU-PH and researcher in surgical innovation (UPSUD and INSERM U1193), connecting people arising from different worlds, especially engineers and surgeons to reinvent practices in surgery. He was the chairman of large experimental and transversal study (iFLOW Project – ANR TecSan) including surgeon and mathematician to create numerical model of liver using intraoperative photonic tools.
He manages a team devoted to Digital Innovation in Liver Sugery and Transplantation focus on hemodynamic mathematical simulation using intra-operative real-time quantification of ICG fluorescence.
He is Creator of “Week End de l’Innovation Chirurgical – WIC”, a specific small meeting devoted to surgical innovation (https://www.wic-cabourg.fr/) and chairman of the Innovative Chair “Bloc Operatoire Augmenté – BOPA” between AP/HP and Mines Telecoms Institute to develop digital innovation in the operating room with the introduction of “Black Box in the OR” (https://www.imt.fr/offres-entreprise/chaire-innovation-cockpit-chirurgical-ok-blok/).