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Prof. Eric Rullier, MD, Phd

Overview

Professor Eric Rullier is Head of the Colorectal unit at the Magellan Surgical Center from Haut-Lévèque Hospital in Bordeaux, France. He is a First Class University Professor since 2001. Professor Rullier is also former Head of Digestive Surgery Department (from 2011 to 2016) and former Head of Colorectal Unit (2011 to 2010) of the Bordeaux University Hospital. 

France
Digestive Surgery
English
1 Course available
85 Reviews

Upcoming events

International Bordeaux Colorectal Masterclass
Digestive Surgery
On-site
Masterclass
Pessac, France
Mar 22 to Mar 26, 2021
4.6

Reviews

Global Review
4.6 /5
Pedagogy
4.6 /5
Hospitality
4.6 /5
Knowledge aquired
4.7 /5
Recommendation
4.6 /5
Oct 19, 2020
Athanasios X. Excellent presentations and up to date. Very keen to answer all the questions raised by the participants. Very good overall.
Oct 19, 2020
Thomas B.
Oct 18, 2020
GEORGIOS V. Amazing course. Full of updated knowledge and experience given by the best surgeons in their fierld. Extraordinary and unique presentations , easily understandable and up to the point. Congratulations and thank you for the great opportunity that it was given to me to attend this exellent course.
Oct 18, 2020
Jacques C.
Oct 17, 2020
Daniela C.
Oct 17, 2020
Lazaros L. I was mit able to watch every Session because of technical problems. This ist not ok for 500 Euro.....

Work Experience

Head of the Colorectal Unit at the Magellan Center from Haut Lévèque Hospital
Since 2016
Bordeaux University Hospital
University Professor 1st Class
Since 2009
University Professor General Surgery 2n Class
Since 2001

Education

Habilitation to Direct Research
2000
Bordeaux University
Master's Degree in Surgical Sciences, Oncology
1998
Paris University XI
Diploma in Specialized Studies in Visceral Surgery
1991
Bordeaux University

Pubmed

Organ preservation for rectal cancer (GRECCAR 2): a prospective, randomised, open-label, multicentre, phase 3 trial.
2017
Lancet (London, England) Read it here To Drain or Not to Drain Infraperitoneal Anastomosis After Rectal Excision for Cancer: The GRECCAR 5 Randomized Trial.
2017
Annals of surgery Read it here Potential sexual function improvement by using transanal mesorectal approach for laparoscopic low rectal cancer excision.
2016
Surgical endoscopy Read it here