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For each issue of MO Journal, we interview respected surgeons from all over the world to find out more about their day to day lives, preferred surgical techniques and professional history. Browse our list of interviewees or perform a keyword search above.

Published in N°280 - January 2019

DOMINIQUE ROULEAU

DOMINIQUE ROULEAU

This year’s Congress of the Francophone Society of Arthroscopy took place in Strasbourg. Among the many invited speakers, we met with Dominique Rouleau, a lecturer-practitioner from French-speaking Quebec with a particular penchant for France, and secretary of the Canadian Shoulder and Elbow Society. Here, she talks to us about her career path and her surgical practice in the beautiful province of Quebec.

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Published in N°279 - December 2018

PIERRE LASCOMBES

PIERRE LASCOMBES

Pierre Lascombes carved a career in pediatric orthopedics in Nancy (NE France), where he was head of department.
He has been greatly involved in his specialism’s organisation.
For a number of reasons, he decided to up sticks and take up a post as head of department with the University Teaching Hospitals of Geneva. To say that he does not regret this decision is an understatement…

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Published in N°278 - November 2018

PASCAL BOILEAU

PASCAL BOILEAU

Pascal Boileau is the creator and organizer of the “Nice Shoulder Course” which is this year in its ninth edition. This course is the essential "rendez-vous" of shoulder specialists. We asked Pascal to give us an overview of the conference program and to share his vision of shoulder surgery.

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Published in N°277 - October 2018

WERNER SIEBERT

WERNER SIEBERT

The German Congress of Orthopaedics and Traumatology, DKOU, is being held this month in Berlin under the triple chairmanship of Werner Siebert, Joachim Windolf and Gerd Rauch. We met Werner Siebert, president of the German Society for Orthopaedics and Orthopeadic Surgery. We were surprised by the extent of his experience and seduced by the relevance of his points of view.

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Published in N°276 - August/September 2018

ARUN MULLAJI

ARUN MULLAJI

Arun Mullaji is a regular at the “Journées Lyonnaises du Genou” and for the 18th edition of this congress we propose you to meet him. Arun Mullaji is a famous knee surgeons in India. He is one of the founding members of the Indian Hip and Knee Surgery Society and the past president of the Asia Pacific Arthroplasty Society.

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Published in N°274 - May 2018

CHRISTOPHE PIAT

CHRISTOPHE PIAT

Christophe Piat’s training was akin to working in a prison camp: he did his time at Créteil Hospital in the demanding department run by Daniel Goutallier.
Christophe was one of the pioneers who at a very early stage dedicated his practice to foot surgery exclusively, and he has a solid grounding in medicine and surgery, acquired from working alongside the most learned rheumatologists and radiologists at Lariboisière Hospital.
He has been treasurer of the Association Française de Chirurgie du Pied (AFCP - French Association of Foot Surgery) for the past 4 years and this year he will preside over their spring conference in Reims.

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Published in N°275 - June/July 2018

DAVID PARKER

DAVID PARKER

We met with Australian knee surgeon Associate Professor David Parker at the Asia-Pacific Knee, Arthroscopy and Sports Medicine Society (APKASS) congress in Sydney.
He is the APKASS president this year.
He practices in Sydney and specializes in knee surgery.
In this interview, he shares how he organises his time between surgery and research, the specificities of his work and his involvement in the international community.

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Published in N°273 - April 2018

YINGZE ZHANG

YINGZE ZHANG

The 12th International Congress of Chinese Orthopaedic Association was held last fall in Zhuhai. This important event attracting over 20 000 surgeons was presided by Yingze Zhang, academician of the Chinese Academy of Engineering, Chairman of the Chinese Orthopaedic Association, and Vice Chairman of Chinese Medical Doctor Association. Professor Zhang gave us a very warm welcome, along with some interesting insights into Chinese Orthopaedics.

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Published in N°272 - March 2018

KARUPPIAH MAHALINGAM

KARUPPIAH MAHALINGAM

Karuppiah Mahalingam started his medical studies in Madras University in South India. He trained in General Surgery and Orthopaedics in the Republic of Ireland, working as a Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon at Cork University for more than ten years before moving to a private practice. In this interview, he tells us about his years of experience in total joint replacement.

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Published in N°271 - February 2018

PHILIPPE VALENTI

PHILIPPE VALENTI

Philippe Valenti created with Philippe Hardy in 2013 the Paris International Shoulder Course (PISC).
Since the first congress, the success of this event has grown.
While assuming a heavy load of care and clinical research within the Surgery Unit
of the Shoulder that he has just created, Philippe travels to the four corners of the world
in humanitarian surgery.
But above all, he focuses his energy on his main objective:
share expertise with friends and colleagues.

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