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Between October 9-11 Mihai Oltean and Mats Hellström 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.
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., Czigány 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., Hellström M., Axelsson P., Ewaldsson L.,, Nilsson AG. and Axelsson M.