Save the date for PEAC 2025!

April 14-19, 2025

Stephan HaulonThe aim of the workshop is to provide case-based state-of-the art guidance on basic and advanced endovascular aortic intervention, including developments for the aortic arch and dissections.

Attendees will learn “what to do and how to do it” through daily live case demonstrations, hands-on workshops (including bench endograft and percutaneous closure system deployment), and training in 3D workstation use and advanced imaging applications.

The Faculty are experts in this field and will provide up to date opinions and experience on patient selection, endograft planning and implantation tips and tricks. The promising results that can be achieved with EVAR, TEVAR, and branched and fenestrated endografting will be shown, and attendees will have first hand access to experts for real time questions and answers. We hope you will enjoy your stay in Paris with us.

Stéphan Haulon


Stéphan Haulon, Marie Lannelongue hospital, France.


Nuno Dias, Malmö, Sweden
Dominique Fabre, Marie Lannelongue hospital, France
Tilo Kölbel, Hamburg, Germany
Tara Mastracci, London, United Kingdom.
Timothy Resch, Copenhagen, Denmark.
Mark R. Tyrrell, London, United Kingdom
Jason Wilkins, London, United Kingdom


  • – Live cases from the hybrid room every day
  • – Hands-on workshops
  • – Training in 3D workstation use
  • – Lectures from international endovacular experts
  • – Dedicated sessions (live cases + lectures) on EVAR, TEVAR, Iliac Branch, FEVAR and BEVAR
  • – Percutaneous closure systems
  • – Complex cases sessions (live cases + lectures) on Dissections and Arch aneurysms
  • – Every day at 4pm a group of attendees will perform aortic and Iliac branch endografts implantation in a 3D printed aortic aneurysm in our hybrid room dedicated to research and education

Registration will open soon!

The Paris Endovascular Aortic Course 2024 has been granted by EBAC® with 33 CME credits.

Registration Fees

There will be a maximum of 60 participants.

Package with accommodation

A single room for 6 nights at:
Grand Hôtel du Plessis Robinson ****
(from May 12 to 18) Breakfast included
Registration fees for the entire workshop (6 days)
Lunches on workshop days
Morning and afternoon coffee breaks
1 official dinner
Closing cocktail

Package without accommodation

Registration fees for the entire workshop (6 days)
Lunches on workshop days
Morning and afternoon coffee breaks
1 official dinner
Closing cocktail



Marie-Lannelongue hospital
133 avenue de la Résistance
92350 Le Plessis-Robinson, France


By RER 🚆

RER line B, Robinson terminal
Exit at the head of train, right at the end of the platform. The hospital is at 10 minutes walk from the RER.

You can also take the RATP bus line N ° 395, s top at Marie Lannelongue hospital.

RER line B, direction Massy Palaiseau or Saint-Rémy Les Chevreuses
Get off at Bourg La Reine and take the RATP bus line N ° 390 Direction Vélizy – Southern Europe, stop at Marie Lannelongue hospital.

Metro line 13, St Denis – Chatill on, direction Chatillon Montrouge
Get off at the terminus and take the RATP bus line N ° 194, s top Edmond About.

The hospital is at 3 minutes walk on the Avenue de la Résistance.

By car 🚗

From Paris – Porte de Chatillon
Take the D906 towards Versailles. Go straight on about 8 km, cross the town of Plessis-Robinson. The Z.I. is indicated on the left of the D906, after Béclère hospital.

From Paris-Porte de Saint-Cloud
Take direction Chartres / Orléans N118. 4 km aft er the Pont De Sèvres, exit N ° 4 direction Créteil (be careful not to take the Versailles direction). 500 m after, exit “Le Plessis-Robinson Center”. At the roundabout follow the signs for “Marie Lannelongue hospital”.

From Versailles / Saint-Quentin en Yvelines via the A86
Exit at junction 29, at the roundabout on the 11th of November turn left on D75 Avenue Léon-Blum, continue on avenue Charles-de-Gaulle then on avenue de la Résistance.

From Créteil / Orly / Antony by A86 Est
Take the exit n ° 28 Chatenay-Malabry, turn right on avenue Jean-Baptiste Clément, continue straight on the Avenue Roger-Salengro until the RER Robinson, turn left on Avenue du Plessis, then on the left, Avenue of the Resistance.