Pr Jean-Marc BASTE – M.D-PhD – Surgeon – Cardiothoracic
Who is him ?
Professor Jean-Marc Baste is a consultant surgeon in the department of cardiothoracic surgery at Rouen University Hospital in France. Prof Baste earned his MD from Bordeaux Medical School in France, after which he trained in general surgery at Rouen University, then in cardiovascular and thoracic surgery at Rouen University and Bordeaux University. He completed a clinical fellowship at Austin Hospital in Melbourne, Australia, before returning to France as a junior consultant surgeon, first in general thoracic surgery in Bordeaux then in cardiothoracic surgery in Rouen, France.
Professor Baste’s clinical interests include lung cancer management, lung volume reduction surgery, lung transplantation, and video-assisted and robot-assisted thoracic surgery. His research interests include lung transplantation. Additionally, his experience in leadership of a surgical department leads him to be acutely aware of surgeons’ need for strong skills in team management, and he performs research on NoTechs (nontechnical skills), crisis resource management, and stress management.
Bordeaux medical school M.D. 1999
Rouen university general surgery residency 1999-2003
Rouen and Bordeaux university cardio-vascular and thoracic surgery residency 2003-2006
Clinical fellow ship Melbourne Australia
Junior consultant in Bordeaux General thoracic surgery
Consultant in General and Cardiothoracic Surgery at Rouen University Hospital, Normandy, France, since 2008.
He is a specialist in minimally invasive thoracic surgery and has been involved in international trainings (VATS and RATS) since 2011
- Team Training and Crisis Resource Management in Robot-Assisted Thoracic Surgery Wednesday, June 26, 2019
- Letter From the Guest Editor: Nontechnical Skills in Cardiothoracic Surgery Wednesday, June 26, 2019
- Featured Profile and Interview With Jean-Marc Baste, MD Friday, June 7, 2019
- Robotic S9-S10 Segmentectomy Assisted by Multimodal Reconstruction Imaging System Wednesday, April 24, 2019
- Robotic Lower Bilobectomy for an Endobronchial Mass: Suspicion of Carcinoid Tumor Thursday, July 20, 2017