Geoffroy Nourissat

Geoffroy Nourissat M.D. Ph.D. is currently Chief of the Shoulder Department at
Clinique des Maussins, in Paris, France, which is the largest private Hospital in Paris
dedicated solely to orthopaedic surgery. He came to Clinique des Maussins in 2010,
after he left Saint Antoine University Hospital where he was Associate Professor
during 6 years. He founded the first official public arthroscopy fellowship in a Private
Hospital. He is consultant in Orthopaedic Department of Saint Antoine Hospital as
shoulder surgeon, and at Garche Hospital in the National Reference Center for
Elhers Danlos Disease. He served as Member of the Board of French Society of
Arthroscopy ( SFA) and of the National Council of Orthopedic Surgery Society (CNP
Sofcot). He has authored over 60 peer review publications, more than 10 book
chapters. His clinical and basic research has been recognized by more than 5
national and international awards. After a Master degrees in science in Harvard
University, exploring the use of stem cell on meniscus repair (under the patronage of
Dr T. Gill), he performed a PhD in Regenerative Medicine exploring the use of stem
cells in bone tendon healing in Paris (Pr Berenbaum,UPMC-Sorbone). He gave over
40 conferences and lectures in national and international meetings (SFA, SECEC,
ESSKA, AANA, AAOS).