Kevin ZORN

Kevin ZORN


The patient who needs immediate assistance should not communicate directly with the researcher. Instead, they should call the doctor’s office or take other appropriate measures, such as going to the nearest emergency service.


Director Robotic surgery, CHUM

Assistant professor Department of Surgery, University of Montreal

Urologist CHUM

Research Interests

Minimally Invasive Surgery, Laparoscopy, Robotic Surgery, Prostate, Kidney, Adrenal Cancer, Greenlight Laser Surgery, Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH), da Vinci Urology.  RESEARCH INTERESTS Research in minimally invasive surgical techniques for the treatment of adrenal and prostate cancer. Project targeting results in clinical research using da Vinci robotics. in the case of a radical prostatectomy.  Other research interests include surgical outcomes, cancer control and quality of life, following radical prostatectomy for prostate cancer.  Surgical simulation residency program, particularly in laparoscopic, robotic and laser prostate surgery.


This multidisciplinary theme brings together clinicians, basic researchers and epidemiologists. Its current activities are grouped into six sub-themes. Treatment and chemoprevention  This sub-theme, plays a front line role through the development of new treatments and chemotherapies targeting…

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