Current position: Professor of Urology. University Pierre et Marie Curie Paris.
Member of the European Association of Urology (EAU)
Member of the French Association of Urology (AFU)
Member of the Endourological Society
Member of the Société Internationale d’Urologie (SIU)
Member of the Board of the French Association of Urology (AFU)
Member of the ESUT group (European Section of Urotechnology -EAU)
Member of the EULIS group (corresponding ESUT member -EAU)
Member of the European Guidelines Group (Stone -EAU)
Member of the International Consultation on Urolithiasis : 2001 & 2007 editions
President of the French Urolithiasis Comitee
- 1993-1998 : Urology residency, Paris Medical School
- 1993 : Master in biological sciences : Cytology-Histology-Embryology. Paris VI
- 1994-1995 : Military status, HIA Hôpital Bégin Vincennes
- 1999 : Doctor of Medicine, University of Paris VI, Pierre et Marie Curie
- 1999 : Postgraduate Diploma (DES) in general surgery. University of Paris VI
- 1999-2000 : Research Fellowship “Endourology and stone disease”, University of Texas, Southwestern Medical School, Dallas-Texas
- 2000 : Postgraduate Diploma in Surgical Sciences : “ascorbic acid and stone risk factors”
- 2001 : Postgraduate Diploma (DESC) in Urology. University of Paris VI
- 2005 : Postgraduate Diploma (DESC) in Andrology. University of Paris VI
- 2007 : Professor of Urology. University ParisVI (Pierre et Marie Curie)
Dr Olivier TRAXER is currently Professor of Urology at the University of Paris 6th (Pierre et Marie Curie) and works in Tenon Hospital (academic hospital). After a training in general
urology in Paris, Dr Olivier TRAXER did a research-fellowship at Southwestern Medical School, University of Texas, Dallas-Texas (under the supervision of Professors Charles Y.C PAK and
Margaret Sue PEARLE) to subspecialize in Endourology and kidney stone management which represents his main field of interest.
As endo-urologist, his main goal is to improve the knowledge on urinary stone disease and endourology, to optimize the quality of treatment given to patients, and to promote the role of his
specialty in that field. Pr Traxer Olivier is responsible in Tenon Hospital-Urology department (University Hospital, University Pierre et Marie Curie Paris-6) of the minimaly invasive
Pr Traxer presently works in three directions :
1. Development of an endourology and stone center at Tenon Hospital. Numerous clinical papers have been published on the evaluation
and treatment of urolithiasis and new technologies in endourology:
* evaluation of minimally invasive surgery (standard and mini-percutaneous nephrolithotomy, ESWL, flexible ureterorenoscopy, lasers in surgery)
* evaluation of stone disease (studies on medical management of urolithiasis and medical evaluation of stone disease, diet and stone disease)
* evaluation of various disposable (flexible URS, Ureteral access sheath, incrustations of double J stent, lasers…).
More than 130 papers published in the Medline and more than 200 oral and poster presentations in international and national congresses.
2. Participation in International and National educational programs : French Urological College (ECU), European School of Urology
(ESU), International Consultation on Stone disease. Organization of practical courses for urologists from France and international countries.
3. Development of a research program on an augmented reality system for percutaneous nephrolithotomy
with 3D reconstruction and instant volume measurement of complex renal calculi, preparation for percutaneous nephrolithotomy and real time fusion of 2D fluoroscopic and 3D segmented images.
Different awards have been obtained for this project (RSNA meeting Chicago).
10 MAIN PUBLICATIONS
- O. TRAXER, T.G. SMITH, M.S. PEARLE, T. S. CORWIN, H. SABOORIAN, J. A. CADEDDU.Renal parenchymal injury after standard and “mini” percutaneous nephrostolithotomy. J Urol 2001, 165 :
- O. TRAXER, M.T. GETTMAN, C.A. NAPPER, D.J. SCOTT, D.B. JONES, C.G. ROEHRBORN, M.S. PEARLE, J.A. CADEDDU. The impact of intense laparoscopic skills training on the operative
performance of urology residents. J Urol. 2001, 166 : 1658-1661.
- O. TRAXER, B. HUET, J. POINDEXTER, CY PAK, MS PEARLE. Effect of ascorbic acid consumption on urinary stone risk factors. J Urol. 2003 ; 170 :397-401.
- F. PASQUI, F. DUBOSQ, K. TCHALA, M. TLIGUI, B. GATTEGNO, P. THIBAULT, O. TRAXER. Impact on active scope deflection and irrigation flow of all endoscopic working tools during
flexible ureteroscopy. European Urology. 2004, 45, 58-64.
- O. TRAXER, F. PASQUI, B. GATTEGNO and M. S. PEARLE. Technique and complications of transurethral surgery for bladder tumours. BJU Int. 2004, 94 : 492- 496.
- M. ROUPRET, M. DAUDON, V. HUPERTAN, B. GATTEGNO, P. THIBAULT, O. TRAXER. Can ureteral stent encrustation analysis predict urinary stone composition? Urology 2005 ; 66 : 246-51.
- F. DUBOSQ, B. GATTEGNO, P. THIBAULT, O. TRAXER. Endoscopic lithotripsy and the FREDDY laser: An initial experience. J. Endourol, 2006, 20, 234-237.
- O. TRAXER, F. DUBOSQ, K. JAMALI, B. GATTEGNO, P. THIBAULT. New generation of flexible ureterorenoscope are more durable than previous one. Urology 2006, 68 : 276-279.
- M. SEJINY, S. Al-QAHTANI, A. ELHAOUS, B. MOLIMARD, O. TRAXER. Efficacy of flexible ureterorenoscopy with holmium laser in the management of stone-bearing caliceal diverticula. J
Endourol, 2010, 6: 961-7.
- J.N. CORNU, M. ROUPRÊT, X. CARPENTIER, B. GEAVLETE, S.G. de MEDINA, O. CUSSENOT, O. TRAXER.Oncologic control obtained after exclusive flexible ureteroscopic management of upper
urinary tract urothelial cell carcinoma.
World J Urol. 2010, 28:151-6.