L’IRCAD di Strasburgo (Francia) è un centro di training in chirurgia mini-invasiva, laparoscopica e robotica che esiste da oltre 22 anni, e che forma ogni anno 5000 chirurghi in varie specialità.
Il centro organizza corsi in cui si eseguono interventi di chirugia in diretta oltre alla possibilità di eseguire interventi di chirurgia sperimentale su 17 tavoli per chirurgia laparoscopica e 2 per chirurgia robotica.
Il Dr. Gaboardi fa parte della Faculty dei corsi intensivi in chirurgia urologica laparoscopica e partecipa pertanto come docente con cadenza annuale ai suddetti corsi.

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IRCAD Experts in Urological Surgey

Chief Experts

Course directors
Thierry Piéchaud, Bordeaux, France
Olivier Traxer, Paris, France

Faculty Board

Claude Abbou, Créteil, France
Eric Mandron, Le Mans, France
Christian Saussine, Strasbourg, France
Roland Van Velthoven, Brussels, Belgium
T. Ahlering, United States
A. Alcaraz, Spain
P. Antiphon, France
W. Artibani, Italy
H. Baumert, France
X. Cathelineau, France
P. Coloby, France
C. Coulange, France
A. De La Taille, France
V. Delmas, France
F. Desgrandchamps, France
V. Disanto, Italy
J.D. Doublet, France
E. Drapier, France
P. Dubernard, France
T. Dujardin, Canada
C. Eden, United Kingdom
F. Gaboardi, Italy
R. Gaston, France
I.S. Gill, United States
B. Guillonneau, United States
J.L. Hoepffner, France
A. Hoznek, France
J. Hubert, France
G. Janetschek, Austria
H. Lang, France
E. Leblanc, France
E. Lechevallier, France
B. Mauroy, France
A. Mejean, France
A. Messas, France
N. Mottet, France
A. Mottrie, Belgium
P. Mouly, France
P. Mouriquand, France
C. Mugnier, France
L. Pallwein-Prettner, Austria
V. Pansadoro, Italy
A. Rane, United Kingdom
J. Rassweiler, Germany
P. Rischmann, Austria
C.H. Rochat, Switzerland
F. Rozet, France
L. Salomon, France
M. Schneider, France
M. Soulié, France
R. Soulié, France
C. Sternberg, Italy
K. Suzuki, Japan
P. Teillac, France
K. Touijer, United States
I. Tuerk, United States
C. Vaessen, France
G. Vallancien, France
H. Van Poppel, Belgium
A. Villers, France
R. Villet, France
P. Wiklund, Sweden
F. Annino, Italy
M. Beringi, Italy
D.M. Burke, United Kingdom
J.W. Collins, United Kingdom
V. Corona Montes, Mexico
M. Cortegoso Gonzalez, Spain
F. Curto, Italy
A. D’orazio, Argentina
E. El Helou, Lebanon
C. Fraga-Pereira, Brazil
R. Guida, Brazil
G. Kyriakou, Greece
B. Lopes Cançado, Brazil
R. Mazloum, Lebanon
A. Pansadoro, Italy
A. O’Riordan, United Kingdom
E. Romero Selas, Spain
Urological Surgery (Laparoscopy – Endoscopy)
COURSE OBJECTIVES (according to the course)

  • To present operative techniques through live operative demonstrations from expert centres
  • To describe common laparoscopic urological techniques and operative procedures
  • To describe outcomes and potential complications of laparoscopic procedures
  • To provide hands-on training sessions to improve technical performance in laparoscopic urological surgery.
  • To know the equipment currently available to perform a PCNL and an URS
  • To know and to have previously performed the different stages of PCNL and of laser URS in animal model


Interactive theoretical and video sessions between Faculty and course participants; hands-on training on live tissue (mini-pigs) and on inanimate models (according to the course) in experimental lab.


Urological surgeons.
Laparoscopic Urological Surgery
COURSE OBJECTIVES (according to the course)

  • To provide the basic knowledge required for clinical applications
  • To describe all the basic principles (instruments, materials, anaesthesia equipments) and present the most widely used basic laparoscopic urological techniques
  • To provide hands-on training sessions to learn or improve performance of basic technical tasks in laparoscopic urological surgery
  • To describe results and potential complications of laparoscopic procedures.


Interactive theoretical and video sessions between faculty and course participants; hands-on training on live tissue (mini-pigs) in experimental lab.


Laparoscopic urological surgeons.