April 10th
12:00-12:40 PM EEST UTC+3
Virtual Conference

Starting frail, growing fast: from fragile petals to cerebral blood vessels

Microsurgery is a general term used for surgery that is performed under a microscope, for the purpose of free tissue transfer, replantation and composite tissue transplantation. This is a pragmatic form of surgery, being used in numerous fields of medicine, such as, but not limited to: Urology, Gynaecology, Otolaryngology, Ophthalmology.


Victor Volovici

Dr Volovici has an extensive background in microsurgery, having conducted research in this field for over 12 years and having run over 3 microvascular courses a year since 2012. His area of interest expands to vascular and skull base neurosurgery, his PhD having been concluded with a thesis on this matter in 2019. If you too are interested in the aforementioned surgical procedures, then definitely don’t miss this conference!


Dr Victor Volovici is the appointed visiting professor of experimental microsurgery at the “Iuliu Hatieganu” University of Medicine and Pharmacy, as well as the Co-Chairman of the EANS Microneurosurgery Course. Dr Volovici sits on the editorial boards of 10 journals, including Nature Communications Medicine and is a regular reviewer for Nature Medicine, The JAMA Network Journals, The BMJ, Brain, Stroke and J Neurotrauma, having more than 55 peer-reviewed publications and a H-index of 15.