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vascular surgeon

Olivier Armand Goeau-Brissonniere, French vascular surgeon. Achievements include evaluation and development of biomaterials and new technologies; prevention and treatment of vascular graft infections and organization of medical specialties in France.

Background

Goeau-Brissonniere, Olivier Armand was born on January 6, 1952 in Paris. Son of Jean-Yves Armand Goeau-Brissonniere and Liliane Rozenfeld.

Education

Doctor of Medicine, René Descartes University, Paris, 1981. Doctor of Philosophy, Compiègne (France) University, 1987.

Career

Vascular surgeon Hopital Ambroise Paré, Boulogne, France, since 1982, head department vascular surgery France, since 1998. Director experimental surgery Faculté de Society Française Médecine Légale Paris-Ouest, 1987, professor vascular surgery, since 1990. Member science committee on medicinal drugs and medical devices European Commission, Brussels, 2000-2004.

Consultant, expert French Agency for Security of Health Products, since 1997, member science council, since 2004. Expert and member councils, French High Authority Health, since 2005.

Achievements

  • Achievements include evaluation and development of biomaterials and new technologies. Prevention and treatment of vascular graft infections and organization of medical specialties in France.

Membership

Member Société de Chirurgie Vasculaire de Langue Francaise (board directors), European Society Vascular Surgery, International Society Cardiovascular Surgery, Society for Vascular Surgery, French Federation Medical Specialties (president since 2007).

Connections

Married Catherine Goulon, March 1980. Children: Fabien, Marc.

father:
Jean-Yves Armand Goeau-Brissonniere

mother:
Liliane Rozenfeld

spouse:
Catherine Goulon

children:
Fabien Goeau-Brissonniere

Marc Goeau-Brissonniere