Experimental microsurgery course
The 15th Microsurgery techniques course for clinically active surgeons starts on Monday the 20th of March 2023
ISEM newsletter #10
ISEM newsletter #9
Experimental microsurgery course
The 14th Microsurgery techniques course for clinically active surgeons starts on Monday the 21nd of November, the course is fully booked
Microsurgery surgery techniques course
The 17th Microsurgery techniques course for clinically active surgeons starts on Monday the 7th of November
For application please contact: Kristina Larin
ISEM newsletter #8
A new article published
E D I T O R I A L
Microsurgery training during COVID-19 pandemic: Practical recommendations from the International Society for Experimental Microsurgery and International Microsurgery Simulation Society.
Mihai Oltean, Alexandru Nistor, Mats Hellström, Michael Axelsson, Shintaro Yagi, Eiji Kobayashi, Alberto Ballestin, Yelena Akelina, Norbert Nemeth.
Microsurgery training during COVID-19 pandemic Oltean et al Microsurgery 2021
ISEM Newsletter #7
GP – 3 april
Lars-Erik Gelin var pionjär inom den svenska transplantationsforskningen. För att hedra hans minne tog Njursjukas förening 1981 initiativ till att skapa GelinStiftelsen. Sonen Johan Gelin tecknar här ett porträtt över fadern och hans livsgärning.
In 2018 Scandinavian Microsurgery Academy together with Gelin family has decided to honor Professor Gelin’s memory and pioneering contributions to Transplantation Research by creating the LARS-ERIK GELIN AWARD.
An article published
The Vitom three-dimensional exoscope as a potential alternative in hand and microsurgery.
A newly developed 8K ultra-high-definition video microscope for microsurgery
Corresponding author, Eiji Kobayashi, Department of Organ Fabrication,
Keio University School of Medicine, Tokyo , Japan.
ISEM newsletter 4, 2019
ISEM newsletter 3, 2019
Between October 9-11 Mihai Oltean and Mats Hellstr??m have contributed as invited lecturers and instructors to the course ???Experimental Microsurgery??? organized?? by the Department Medical,Surgical Sciences and Advanced Technologies of the School of Medicine at the University of?? Catania (Italy). This course was the first organized in Catania since 1986 and follows the inauguration of a large research complex including a facility for in vivo animal research (http://www.capir.unict.it) . A large number of medical students and biomedical researchers have attended the lectures and six surgical residents participated in practical training in inanimate and living training models.
ISEM2018, Debrecen, Hungary
LARS ERIK GELIN award
The??Scandinavian Microsurgery Academy awarded the??inaugural Lars-Erik Gelin Award??to Professor Eiji Kobayashi,??M.D., Ph.D., (Keio University, Tokyo, Japan)????with the motivation:
???for his long lasting contribution to experimental and clinical transplantation and distinguished mentorship in experimental microsurgery.???
Two persons that have been vital for the development of the Scandinavian Microsurgery Academy where awarded a Honorary membership.
Mihai Ionac, professor, Dr,??Victor Babes University of Medicine and Pharmacy of Timisoara, Romaina.
Norbert Nemeth,??MD, PhD, MBA, med.habil, University of Debrecen,??Department of Operative Techniques and Surgical Research,??Debrecen,??Hungary.
Read the ISEM Newsletter No 2. spring 2018
Defining Standards in Experimental Microsurgical Training: Recommendations of the European Society for Surgical Research (ESSR) and the International Society for Experimental Microsurgery (ISEM)
Tolba R.H., Czig??ny Z., Osorio??Lujan S., Oltean M., Axelsson M., Akelina Y., Di??Cataldo A., Miko I., Furka I., Dahmen U., Kobayashi E., Ionac M and Nemeth N.
The microsurgical training programme in Gothenburg, Sweden: early experiences
Oltean M., Sassu P., Hellstr??m M., Axelsson P., Ewaldsson L.,,??Nilsson AG. and Axelsson M.