University of Padova - Dept. of Surgery, Oncology and Gastroenterology - Urology
He completed medical school, and urology residency at the University of Padova, Italy.
He is a board certified European urologist (FEBU). He is currently a member of the Urologic Clinic staff in the Department of Surgery, Oncology and Gastroenterology of the University of Padova.
Dal Moro has authored or co-authored many original peer-reviewed scientific papers, over 10 book chapters, and 2 Text-books (Atlas of Urologic Anatomy – Volume I “Orthotopic Urinary Diversions” – Volume II “Surgical Anatomy”). He was on the editorial board of “Urologia Journal”, the official journal of the “Società Italiana di Urologia”. Dr Dal Moro has received many awards, including the First Prize for the Best Video* during European Association of Urology Congress (Stockholm) in 2014 with “CORPUS: novel COmplete Reconstruction of the Posterior Urethral Support after robotic radical prostatectomy” – [*first time for an Italian urologist].
Dal Moro’s primary focus is on innovation and minimally invasive surgery for uro-oncologic diseases, with a large robotic surgery experience treating patients with prostate, urinary bladder and kidney cancers. In addition to the above, he usually perfoms other non-oncological robotic procedures such as pyeloplasty, hysterosacropexy, among others.
Dal Moro’s research encompasses the anatomic studies of urologic organs, the study of patient outcomes, novel robotic techniques including strategies for improving postoperative urinary continence (e.g. CoRPUS technique), a new procedure for creating an original robotic intracorporeal orthotopic neobladder (Ves.Pa. neobladder) and the development of new devices (e.g. a patent for an original hemostatic adjustable tie).
He is active as a tutor in several robotic training programs, proctor in E-BLUS (European training in Basic Laparoscopic Urological Skills) examinations and coach in non-technical skills courses.
More recently he conceived and realised the web-platform “urodraw.com” for teaching and learning urologic surgical anatomy using only surgeons original works of art (sketches and drawings).
Sunday, May 5
4:40 PM – 4:50 PM