Vincent De Coninck graduated as a medical doctor from the Free University of Brussels, Belgium (VUB) in 2011. He became a certified urologist in 2017 after a training at the University Hospital of Brussels (Prof. Dr. Dirk Michielsen) and OLV Aalst (Prof. Dr. Alex Mottrie), where he developed a special interest in the minimal invasive treatment of benign and malignant pathologies. In the same year, he became Fellow of the European Board of Urology.
In 2018, he completed a one-year fellowship program of the Endourological Society in Paris, France under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Olivier Traxer. During that fellowship, he also obtained a diploma in urolithiasis, organized by Michel Daudon at the Sorbonne University in Paris, France. Thereafter, he was trained in HoLEP by Dr. Karin Lehrich in Berlin, Germany. Afterwards, he completed a three-month fellowship under the supervision of Dr. Guido Giusti in Milan, Italy.
Currently, he works as an endourologist in AZ Klina, Brasschaat, Belgium. He focuses on the medical and surgical treatment of kidney stones and benign prostatic obstruction, and he is publishing articles relating to the management of patients with renal stone disease.