Member of Lithuanian Society of Pediatric Surgery.
Member of Baltic Association of Pediatric Surgeons.
Member of Lithuanian Society of Pediatric Nephrology.
Member of German-Baltic Physicians Society (Deutsch-Baltische Arztegesellschaft).
1994, graduated from Vilnius University, Faculty of Medicine, and obtained a certificate of professional qualification in pediatrics.
1998, completed residency studies in pediatric surgery at Vilnius University, and obtained a certificate of professional qualification in pediatric surgery.
2000 (October), completed a two-year internship in pediatric surgery at the University of Angers.
2011–2015, studied for a doctorate at the Faculty of Medicine of Vilnius University. Doctoral dissertation in Medical Sciences was defended on November 27, 2015.
Since 2001, Mr. Bilius has worked as a pediatric surgeon and performs necessary pediatric urological surgeries in the Pediatric Urology Department of the Pediatric Surgery Center. He treats newborns with urological diseases in the hospital and older children as outpatients. At Neonatology Center, Mr. Bilius treats and performs surgeries on infants. He also participates in the training process of students, residents, and doctors.
2000, defended the final internship thesis on the topic of “Hematocolls, double vagina, and uterus: diagnosis, treatment” at the University of Reims in France and obtained a certificate.
2015, defended his doctoral dissertation on the topic “Time of surgical treatment of cryptorchidism and fertility prognosis in assessing spermatogenesis in testicular biopsies”.
Since 2018, he has been working as an assistant at Vilnius University.
Mr. Bilius has completed internships in departments of pediatric surgery and urology in the cities of Angers, Paris, Strasbourg, Warsaw. Mr. Bilius has published 10 scientific publications and is a speaker of various Lithuanian and international scientific conferences.
Areas of his professional interest include cryptorchidism, fertility prognosis, prenatal and neonatal urology, pediatric urology, varicocele, hydronephrosis, genital abnormalities, hypospadias, bladder dysfunction, neurogenic bladder dysfunction in children with meningomyelocele, laparoscopic urology surgery.