Professor Pascal Boileau is head of Orthopaedic and Trauma surgery in Nice, France. He holds the position of Vice-Dean of Biomedical Research and has received rewards for innovation of shoulder surgery prosthesis design and for clinical research related to reverse prosthesis.

Titles

Professor of orthopaedic surgery and traumatology (PU-PH) since 1999
Former Gold medal resident of the Nice Hospitals (Ancien Interne Médaille d’Or, CHU de Nice)
Former assistant of the Nice Medical School (Ancien Chef de Clinique Assistant), Univeristy of Nice-Sophia-Antipolis

Degrees

Doctor of Medicine, specialized in Orthopaedic Surgery, Nice 1989
Master of Surgical Sciences, section Biomechanics and Biomaterials, Paris 1990
University Diploma in Corporal Damage Repair, Nice 1989
University Diploma of Biomechanics and Biomaterials, Lyon 1989
University Diploma of Traumatology and Sports Medicine, Nice 1990
Authorization to Supervise Research (HDR), Nice 1997

Hospital Functions

Head of the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery and Traumatology of Pasteur 2 Hospital, University Hospital Center, 30 voie Romaine, 0600 Nice, France
Chairman of the “Institut Universitaire Locomoteur et du Sport”
Member of the Medical Council of the University Hospital Center of Nice since 2003
Member of the Executive Council of the University Hospital Center of Nice since 2007
In charge of Outpatient Surgery of the Nice University Hospital Center

University Functions

In charge of the valorisation of research and relations with industry, University of Nice-Sophia-Antipolis (UNSA) (2007)
Member of the Administrative Council of the Medical School of the UNSA
President of the Scientific Commission of the Medical School of the UNSA (elected 2010)
Vice-Dean in charge of Biomedical Research, Medical School of the UNSA (nominated 2010)
Regional Head of the Diploma of Specialization in Orthopaedic Surgery and Traumatology

Learned Societies:

Membership
French College of Orthopaedic Surgeons
European Society of the Surgery of the Shoulder and the Elbow (SECEC)
French Society of Arthroscopy (SFA)
French Society of Orthopaedic Surgery and Traumatology (SOFCOT)
Association for the Study of Grafts and Tissue Substitutes in Orthopaedics (GESTO)
European Society of Surgery of the Knee and Arthroscopy (ESSKA)
American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (AAOS)
American Society of Shoulder and Elbow Surgeons (ASES)

Functions in Learned Societies:

General Secretary of the European Society of the Surgery of the Shoulder and the Elbow (2008-2010)
President Elect of the European Society of the Surgery of the Shoulder and the Elbow (SECEC) (2010-2012)

Fellowships:

Fellowship in Orthopaedic Surgery in Lyon-Sud Hospital (Pr Henri Dejour) 1988-1989
Fellowship in the United States in June-September, 1990 with an award of the French Society of Orthopaedic Surgery And Traumatology  (S.O.F.C.O.T.)
Fellowship in the United States in October-November, 1993 with a Scholarship of the European Society of the Surgery of the Shoulder and the Elbow (S.E.C.E.C.).

Awards and Prizes:

Gisela STURM Prize, for Innovation in Prosthetic Surgery for the development of the first anatomical (third generation) shoulder prosthesis (Aequalis shoulder prosthesis), awarded by the European Federation of Orthopaedics an Traumatology (E.F.O.R.T). Barcelone, April 1997.
Neer Award for the best clinical research for the work:  “Results of Reversed Prosthesis in Glenohumeral Joint Arthritis Associated with Rotator Cuff Tear” awarded by the American Shoulder and Elbow Society (ASES) in February 2005.
Prize for the Best Clinical Research, for the work “Instability Severity Index Score (ISIS) a rational approach for patient selection in arthroscopic Bankart repair ” awarded by the ICSS   (International Conference on Shoulder Surgery) in Bahia, Brazil, September 2007.
Prize Dean Lépine of the City of Nice awarded to those who, in all walks of life, contribute to heightening the reputation of the city of Nice, February 9, 2006

University and Post-University Lecturing:

Organization of the training in orthopaedic surgery for medical students, OR nurses, residents in orthopaedic surgery
Organization of inter-university post-graduate courses and diploma in Sports Traumatology
Creation and Organization of inter-university post-graduate courses and diploma in Arthroscopy

Creation and organization of International Courses and Congresses:

Shoulder Course, in collaboration with Dr. Gilles WALCH. Lyon, March 31, 1993 (900 surgeons).
Shoulder Prosthesis Course. Nice, Acropolis Congress Center, June 27-29, 1996. (600 surgeons).
«2000 Shoulder Prostheses … two to ten year follow-up. A multicenter study.» Acropolis Congress Center, Nice, 6-8 September 2001 (1200 surgeons)

« Nice Shoulder Course. Arthroscopy & Arthroplasty », an international biannual course for surgeons specialized in shoulder surgery (600 surgeons), Nice

June 2003

May 2004

June 2006 – Special feature -The Reverse Prosthesis

May 2008 – Special feature – Proximal Humeral Fractures & Fracture Sequelae

May 2010 – Special feature – Glenoid Day

June 2012 – Special feature – Complication Day

June 2014 – Special feature – Revision Day

June 2016 – Special feature – Reverse day 20 years anniversary

Participation in national and international conferences:

303 selected papers (current contents)
479 conferences as invited speaker

Publications