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Prof. Jean de VILLE de GOYET | Medicine | Best Researcher Award

Prof. Jean de VILLE de GOYET, ISMETT / UPMC, Italy

Prof. Jean de Ville de Goyet is a distinguished pediatric surgeon with a rich international career. Currently heading the Department of Pediatrics and Pediatric Surgery at ISMETT-UPMC in Palermo, Italy, since 2016, he has been a trailblazer in pediatric surgery and transplantation. With extensive experience, he served as the Head of Surgery and Abdominal Transplantation at Cliniques Universitaires Saint-Luc in Brussels and contributed significantly to Birmingham Children’s Hospital NHS Foundation Trust. His illustrious journey includes leadership roles, innovative surgeries, and expertise in pediatric hepatobiliary and transplantation. Dr. de Ville de Goyet earned his Doctorate in Medicine with honors, specializing in pediatric surgery. 🌟👨‍⚕️

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Education and qualifications:

Dr. Jean de Ville de Goyet pursued a remarkable academic journey at Université Catholique de Louvain’s Medical School in Brussels, Belgium. He earned his Doctorate in Medicine with the highest distinction, Magnum Cum Laude, in 1980, showcasing exceptional dedication and scholarly achievement. Driven by a passion for surgery, he further specialized, becoming a Specialist in Surgery from 1980 to 1986. His academic pursuits reached their pinnacle as he delved into Pediatric Surgery, achieving the status of Specialist in Pediatric Surgery from 1986 to 1988. This extensive educational background laid the foundation for his outstanding career as a pioneering pediatric surgeon. 🎓👨‍⚕️

Employment:

Dr. Jean de Ville de Goyet’s illustrious career in pediatric surgery spans across prominent medical institutions worldwide. Currently serving as the Head of the Department of Pediatrics and Pediatric Surgery at ISMETT – UPMC in Palermo, Sicily, since August 15, 2016, he continues to lead with expertise. Prior to this, he held key roles such as Head of Surgery and Abdominal Transplantation at Cliniques Universitaires Saint-Luc in Brussels and Consultant Pediatric Hepato-biliary and Transplant surgeon at Birmingham Children’s Hospital NHS Foundation Trust. His significant contributions also include leadership at Ospedale Pediatrico Bambino Gesù in Rome. Dr. de Ville de Goyet’s global impact in pediatric surgery is marked by excellence and innovation. 🌎👨‍⚕️

Research Focus:

Prof. Jean de Ville de Goyet, a distinguished pediatric surgeon, has contributed significantly to pediatric liver transplantation and surgery. His research, spanning 50 works, includes groundbreaking studies such as “Combining living and deceased donation for pediatric first isolated liver transplantation,” showcasing innovative techniques for enhanced outcomes. A prominent figure in the field, he has explored liver division strategies, perioperative imaging, and novel approaches in pediatric liver transplantation. Dr. de Ville de Goyet’s focus on optimizing procedures, as evident in “Revisiting the forgotten ‘full-right full-left’ liver division,” reflects his commitment to advancing surgical practices. His diverse research portfolio demonstrates a profound impact on pediatric hepatobiliary care. 🏥👨‍⚕️

Publication Top Notes:

  1. Combining living and deceased donation for pediatric first isolated liver transplantation: A win‐win even in countries with high deceased donor donation rates
    • Published in: Pediatric Transplantation, 2024-02
  2. Revisiting the forgotten “full‐right full‐left” liver division: Simplified technique and new strategical considerations for clinical implementation in Italy
    • Published in: Pediatric Transplantation, 2024-02
  3. European Society of Pediatric Radiology survey of perioperative imaging in pediatric liver transplantation: (3) postoperative imaging
    • Published in: Pediatric Radiology, 2024-01-29
  4. Portal vein reconstruction at transplanting biliary atresia infants: A rabbit and tortoise story
    • Published in: Pediatric Transplantation, 2023-11
  5. Outcome of in-situ split liver transplantation in Italy over the last 25 years: an alternative analysis and personal view
    • Published in: Journal of Hepatology, 2023-10
  6. Statistical Approaches to Identify Pairwise and High-Order Brain Functional Connectivity Signatures on a Single-Subject Basis
    • Published in: Life, 2023-10-18
  7. Pediatric Liver and Transplant Surgery: Results of an International Survey and Expert Consensus Recommendations
    • Published in: Journal of Clinical Medicine, 2023-04-30
  8. Letter to the editor: Liver splitting during ex‐situ perfusion: Do not count your chickens before they are hatched…
    • Published in: Hepatology, 2022-05
  9. Letter to the editor: Organ shortage and pediatric liver transplantation: David against Goliath…
    • Published in: Hepatology, 2022-05
  10. Variability of Care and Access to Transplantation for Children with Biliary Atresia Who Need a Liver Replacement
    • Published in: Journal of Clinical Medicine, 2022-04

 

 

 

 

 

Jean de VILLE de GOYET | Medicine | Best Researcher Award

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