Name: Lilli Lundby
Education: M.D.Aarhus University 1989.
Speciality: Colorectal Surgery
Present position: Consultant Surgeon, Dept. of Surgery P, Aarhus University Hospital, THG, since 2007.
Academic degree: Ph.D. Thesis, Aarhus University, 1998
“Biomechanical and morphometric evaluation of late radiation-induced changes in the mouse rectum”.
Certifying EBSQ Exams: Diploma of EBSQ. European Board of Surgery.
Coloproctology. Nantes, France 2008.
2007 Consultant colorectal surgeon, Department of Surgery, Aarhus University Hospital
2010 Working group: National Guidelines for Diagnosis and Treatment of anal cancer
2011/12 Working group: Danish National Board of Health: Logistics managing anal cancer
2011 National guidelines for hemorrhoidal disease
2012 AUH’s course in leadership (MUFA kursus)
2012 National guidelines for anal fistulas
2013 Principal organiser and Course Director of training programs on neuromodulation for the treatment of pelvic floor dysfunctions since 2013, ECMT.
2015 Sectionleader of Analphysiology, Department of Surgery, Aarhus University Hospital.
2016. Member of Kolorektale fagområdes bestyrelse, DKS
2016. Referee for Pro.medicin.dk
Main scientific interests:
Colorectal surgery. Bowel and pelvic floor dysfunction, proctology, sacral nerve stimulation, late sequelae and intestinal dysfunction after surgical and oncological treatment.
Peer reviewed publications:
69 scientific papers in peer reviewed journals. First author of 10 and co-author of 54 papers of these last author of 5
Book chapters first author:
1) “Fecal incontinence” In: Kræft. Senfølger og rehabilitering. Eds. Christoffer Johansen.
2) “Patient’s History Data Collection in Coloproctology” In: Coloproctology Volume 1, Eds. Carlo Ratto
3) “Main disadvantages of outpatient treatment for haemorrhoids” In: Coloproctology Volume 2, Eds. Carlo Ratto
More than 60 scientific presentations at international scientific meetings (invited lectures, oral presentations, posters)
Referee with ten international journals
Co-supervisor for 4 doctors having completed PhD thesis within the field of colorectal surgery: Jacob Duelund-Jakobsen, MD, PhD, Janne Fassov, MD, PhD, Stine Elleberg Petersen, MD, PhD, Susanne Haas, MD, PhD.
Supervisor for young doctors employed in our department
Five relevant publications
Lundby L, Jensen VJ, Overgaard J, Laurberg S
“Long-term colorectal function after postoperative radiotherapy for colorectal cancer”
Lundby L, Krogh K, Jensen VJ, Gandrup P, Qvist N, Overgaard J, Laurberg S
“Long-term anorectal dysfunction after postoperative radiotherapy for rectal cancer”
Diseases of the Colon & Rectum, 2005, 48:1343-9.
Lundby L, Krogh K, Buntzen S, Laurberg S
“Temporary sacral nerve stimulation for treatment of irritable bowel syndrome: a pilot study”
Diseases of the Colon & Rectum, 2008, 51:1074-8.
Lundby L, Buntzen S, Krogh K, Laurberg S, Gjedde A, Møller A.
“Sacral nerve stimulation activates frontal lobe in patients with faecal incontinence”
Dis Colon Rectum.2011;54:318-23.
Lundby L, Lene H Iversen, Steen Buntzen, Pål Wara, Katrine Høyer, Søren Laurberg
”Bowel function after laparoscopic posterior sutured rectopexy versus ventral mesh rectopexy for rectal prolapse: a double-blind, randomised single-centre study”
The Lancet Gastroenterology and Hepatology Online ahead of print (3 October 2016).