Eric Vibert

Academic surgeon at AP-HP specialized in the liver surgery and transplantation at Paul Brousse Hospital, Villejuif, France


Professor at Paris-Sud University / Paris Saclay University, is a liver transplant and surgeon at the Hepato-Biliary Center (CHB) of Paul Brousse Hospital (AP / HP) in Villejuif since 2007. Specialist of Primary tumors of the liver and postoperative liver failure, it has an H-Index at 33, more than 160 publications exclusively in the field of liver diseases and more than 200 communication in international congresses including 30 invited lectures. He is board member of the AFEF (French Association for the Study of Liver) and ILCA (International Liver Cancer Association). Since 2012, he leads a research team around innovation in liver surgery within the INSERM Unit U1193 within the CHB. Very invested in the field of innovation and computing, he uses digital tools to improve the surgical management of patients. Since 2010, he has been at the origin of the realization of software to improve the communication surgeons-patients. He collaborates with INRIA mathematicians in Paris (Irène Vignon Clementel) and in Strasbourg (Stéphane Cotin) for hemodynamically and anatomically modeling the liver. It validates and improves these mathematical models by quantifying the vascular kinetics of indocyanine green fluorescence in surgery and liver transplantation. Between 2012 and 2017, he directed and obtained a PhD in Science from 5 students in the INSERM U1193 team. Since 2016, he supervises Dr. Nicolas Golse, surgeon at the CHB, who is doing his Thesis on the realization of "Digital Twins" in liver surgery


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