Audrius Dulskas performs endoscopic procedures—colonoscopy, gastroscopy, rectoscopy, sigmoidoscopy, and all coloproctology procedures, and also consults on abdominal diseases.
Dr Dulskas has gained wide practical experience while working at one of largest hospitals in Lithuania, Republican Vilnius University Hospital, and the National Cancer Institute. He has had traineeships in Korea, the Netherlands, the USA, France, Japan, Austria, Italy, Germany among others.
Dr Dulskas is a member of many professional organizations. He has been awarded for his scientific achievements and publications and has received grants for further professional development.
2002-2008 – doctor, Faculty of Medicine, Vilnius University.
2009-2014 – residency in general surgery, Faculty of Medicine, Vilnius University.
2016 – defended his doctoral dissertation titled ‘Changes in urogenital and anorectal function in patients undergoing radical surgery for rectal cancer'.
2018-present – abdominal surgeon, coloproctologist (2010-2013 assistant surgeon), Medical Diagnostic and Treatment Centre.
2017-present – abdominal surgeon, coloproctologist, UAB Northway.
2016-present – abdominal surgeon, coloproctologist, UAB Vilniaus sveikatos namai.
2014-present – abdominal surgeon, oncologist, National Cancer Institute.
2012-2014 – assistant surgeon, Baltic American Clinic.
2010-2012 – assistant surgeon, Baltic American Clinic.
2010-2012 – medical doctor, Republican Vilnius University Hospital.
2010-2017 – surgeon, oncologist, Emergency Department, Hospital of Širvintos.
2007-2009 – nurse assistant, ENT, Head and Neck Surgery and Oncology Department, Thoracic Surgery and Oncology Department, Institute of Oncology, Vilnius University.
Dr Dulskas continuous his professional development in Lithuania and abroad.
2018-present – associate professor, Faculty of Health Care, Vilniaus kolegija (University of Applied Sciences).
Author of many publications in his field, member of editorial boards of scientific journals.
2018-present – member of the European Organisation for Research and Treatment of Cancer.
2018-present – member of the European Association for Endoscopic Surgery.
2017-present – member of the American Society of Colon and Rectal Surgeons.
2017-present – member of the European Society of Coloproctology, member of the research committee.
2016-present – member of the International Society of University Colon and Rectal Surgeons, chair of the Junior surgeons committee.
2015-present – member of the Lithuanian Society of Minimally Invasive Surgery.
2014-present – member of the board of the Lithuanian Society of Coloproctology, secretary.
2014-present – member of Vilnius Society of Surgeons.
2003 11 – member of the project MEDI 222 team.
2002-2008 – member of Vilnius University Students’ Representation at the Faculty of Medicine.
2002-2008 – captain of the table tennis team of the Faculty of Medicine, Vilnius University.
2000-2002 – member of the choir of Vilnius Simonas Stanevičius secondary school.
1996-2000 – member of the table tennis club Ping-Pong.
1991-1996 – ballroom dance.
2008– 2nd place, Conference of the Student Research Society, Faculty of Medicine, Vilnius University.
2015-12-01 – grant from the Open Society Foundations and the Ministry of Education, Science and Culture of Austria for participation in the 2-week Salzburg OMI MSKCC Oncology B Seminar: Soft Tissue, Bone & Skin Malignancies.
2016-01-12 – JW (Jump to the World), Yonsei University Health System international fellowship for 3 months, Seoul, South Korea.
2017 December – Junior Doctor of the Year, National Cancer Institute.
2018 May-June – American Society of Colon and Rectal Surgeons fellowship for 2018.
Fellowship for 4 weeks in May and June, 2018: Department of Colorectal Surgery, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, USA (May 6-18, 2018); ASCRS meeting in Nashville, USA (May 19-23, 2018); Department of Colorectal Surgery, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minnesota, USA (May 29-June 12, 2018).
2018-09-08–2018-09-14 – European Society of Coloproctology Travel Grant for 2018.
2018-12-31 – Prof. Pelczar award for research achievements.
2018 December – doctor with the most publications at the National Cancer Institute.