Professor Olivier Delalande – pediatric neurosurgeon.
Dr Olivier Delalande has been practicing pediatric neurosurgery since 1985.
Until 1995, he worked in the Foch Hospital. Currently his medical practice takes place in The Fondation Ophtalmologique Adolphe de Rothschild in Paris, where he founded the department of pediatric neurosurgery.
”The hospital has cutting-edge technology and first-rate medical and surgical teams. It is recognized worldwide in its areas of specialization, namely ophthalmology and neurology. The hospital ranks number one in France for the treatment of epilepsy, cataracts, myopia and cerebral aneurysm, second for the treatment of retinal disorders, and third for glaucoma” (Le Point, 2010)
Doctor Gaelle Muton-Parado – neurosurgeon, master degree in medical sciences.
From 1995 to 2000 Doctor Muton-Parado studied at the medical faculty of the Bordeaux University, at that time she did her internship on hospital therapy in gynecology and pediatrics in Vietnam (July – August, 1998), then she worked as a nurse for Cestas (September 1997 – September 1999), and underwent a training in the Air sur Adour clinic in the emergency department later(August – October 2000).
From 2000 to 2005 Doctor Muton-Parado was an intern in neurosurgery and vascular in the Amiens clinic (August – October, 2000). After having had conducted the research “MRI in cases of subarachnoid hemorrhage”, she received the Compiegne Technical University certificate in “Biochemical engineering”.
2005, Gaelle Muton-Parado got her master degree in medical sciences with specialization in « neurosurgery » with her thesis “MRI in cases of adult chronic hydrocephaly”. The same year she received an additional certificate in neurosurgery for her research “Urgent surgical intervention in cases of arteriovenous malformations”.
2006, she receives a certificate in forensic medicine. From 2005 to 2008 Doctor Muton-Parado worked for the Kremlin-Bisetre clinic in the neurosurgery unit, teaching at the same time in the Nurse Business Institute in Villejuif.