Dr. med. Marie-Laure Matthey Gié

Specialista in chirurgia, membro FMH


Sprachen

Francese, inglese, tedesco, italiano

Berufserfahrung

2018

Registrar in Thoracic and Endocrine Surgery, University Hospital of Geneva (HUG),
Switzerland
(Prof. Triponez)

2016–2018

Registrar in Visceral and Endocrine Surgery, University Hospital of Lausanne (CHUV),
Switzerland
(Prof. Demartines)

2015–2016 Registrar in General, Vascular and Endocrine Surgery, Hospital of Morges, Switzerland
(Dr. Probst, Dr.Di Mare, Dr. Matter)
2014 Resident in Intensive Care Unit, University Hospital of Lausanne (CHUV), Switzerland (Prof. Schaller)
2012 Fellowship in General, Endocrine and Breast Surgery, St-Vincent’s University Hospital, Dublin, Ireland (Dr. Mc Dermott, Dr. Geraghty, Dr. Evoy, Dr. Prichard)
2012 Resident in General Surgery, St-Vincent’s University Hospital, Dublin, Ireland (Dr. Hoti, Prof. Winter)
2009–2010 Resident in General Surgery, “Hôpital Riviera”, Montreux, Switzerland (Dr. Martinet)
2008–2010 Resident in Obstetrical and Gynecological Unit, “Hôpital Cantonal”, Fribourg, Switzerland (Prof. Stucky)
2007–2008 Resident in General Surgery, “Ospedale La Carità”, Locarno, Switzerland (Dr. Biegger)

Ausbildung

2018 European Board of Endocrine Surgery (EBSQ), Amsterdam
2015 Title for General Surgery, FMH, Bern, Switzerland
2009 Basic exam of Surgery, Lausanne, Switzerland
2006 Swiss Medical Diploma, University of Bern, Switzerland
2000–2006 Faculty of Medicine, University of Bern, Switzerland - 2000-2006
1998–2000 Faculty of Medicine, University of Neuchâtel, Switzerland

Mitgliedschaften

Member of the Swiss Society of Surgery
FMH: Member of the Foederatio Medicorum Helveticorum
SWISSNET
ENETS
ESES: Member of the European Society of Endocrine Surgeons

Impact of the Ultrasonic scalpel on the amount of drained lymph after axillary or inguinal lymphadenectomy
Gié O, Matthey-Gié ML, Marques-Vidal PM, Demartines M, Matter M
BMC Surg. 2017 Mar 21

Prospective randomized study to compare lymphocele and lymphorrhea control following inguinal and axillary therapeutic lymph node dissection with or without the use of an Ultrasonic scalpel
Matthey-Gié ML, Gié O, Deretti S, Demartines N, Matter M
Ann Surg Oncol. 2015 Dec 29

Ultrasound predictors of malignancy in indeterminate thyroid nodules
Matthey-Gié ML, Walsh SM, O’Neill AC, Lowery A, Evoy D, Gibbons D, Prichard RS, Skehan S, McDermott EW
Irish Journal of Medical Science. 2014

Sentinel lymph node biopsy in nonmelanoma skin cancer patients
Matthey-Gié ML, Boubaker A, Letovanec I, Demartines N, Matter M Journal of Skin Cancer. 2013

Prospective assessment of trocar-specific morbidity in laparoscopy” Cristaudi A, Matthey-Gié ML, Demartines N, Christoforidis D World Journal Of Surgery. 2014

Adrenal surgery: Multidisciplinarity is mandatory
Rev Med Suisse. 2017

 

Cure rate of unilateral adrenalectomy for primary hyperaldosteronism by using plasma metanephrines for the lateralization procedure. Multicentric study in collaboration with the University Hospital of Geneva. Co-investigator and first author

Congress of the European Society of Endocrine Surgeon, Oxford; Poster presentation - 2017 “A rare case of hyperparathyroidism in a teenage boy”

World Congress of Lymphology, San Francisco (USA); Poster presentation - 2015 “A randomized study for lymphocele and lymphorrhea control following inguinal and axillary radical lymph node dissection”

European Society of Lymphology Congress, Lausanne (Switzerland); Free communication - 2015 “A randomized study for lymphocele and lymphorrhea control following inguinal and axillary radical lymph node dissection”

Swiss Surgery Congress, Bern (Switzerland); Free communication - 2015 “A randomized study for lymphocele and lymphorrhea control following inguinal and axillary radical lymph node dissection”

Swiss Surgery Congress, Bern (Switzerland); Poster - 2013 “Treatment of lymphatic fistula following inguinal radical lymph node dissection”

Sir Peter Freyer Surgical Symposium, Gallway (Ireland); Free communication - 2012 “Ultrasound predictors of malignancy in indeterminate thyroid lesions”