Amplifying the Voices of Women Surgeon Scientists (Ongoing)

Posted On 2021-07-30 14:01:15

The series on “Amplifying the Voices of Women Surgeon Scientists” is edited by Dr. Nadia Russolillo from Department of Hepatobiliary Surgery, Mauriziano Hospital, Turin, Italy.

Nadia Russolillo, MD, PhD
Department of Hepatobiliary Surgery, Mauriziano Hospital, Turin, Italy

Dr. Nadia Russolillo is a Staff Surgeon at Hepatobiliary Surgery Department of the Mauriziano Hospital in Turin, one of the most prestigious school of HPB Surgery in Italy. She graduated in 2003 and finished her training in general surgery (2009) at the University of Turin. She completed her academic studies by obtaining a PhD in hepatobiliary-pancreatic surgery at the University of Verona. Experienced liver surgeon, she has published more than fifty papers and some book chapters on HBP surgery. She is a strong supporter of ultrasound guided liver surgery with both open and laparoscopic approaches. She participated at numerous courses and congresses in Italy and abroad. Recently elected councilor of the AICEP board (Italian Hepatobilio-Pancreatic Surgery Society), she is associated with multiple national and international societies. Teacher at the ACOI Italian School of Hepatic Surgery (from 2010), Italian School of Intraoperative Liver Ultrasound (from 2014) and at the IgoMILS Italian School of Mininvasive Liver Surgery (from 2018).

Series outline:

  1. Destroy the Brillance Bias
  2. Laparoscopic anatomical segment III resection for a giant focal nodular hyperplasia (FNH): advantages of the extraglissonean approach
  3. Laparoscopic resection of the first jejunal loop for adenocarcinoma
  4. Green indocyanine in minimally invasive spleen preserving distal pancreatectomy for insulinoma: report of two cases
  5. Early experience with simultaneous double equipe laparoscopic proctectomy and j-pouch reconstruction with trans anal mini-invasive approach for ulcerative colitis
  6. Better together: the experience of women in surgery Italia
  7. Laparoscopic repair of giant diaphragmatic Hernia after minimal invasive esophagectomy: a case report and review of the literature.
  8. Laparoscopic one step approach for the management of acute biliary pancreatitis: 10 years experience in a high volume center

The series “Amplifying the Voices of Women Surgeon Scientists” was commissioned by the editorial office, Laparoscopic Surgery without any sponsorship or funding. Nadia Russolillo is serving as the unpaid Guest Editor for the series.