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Programme

  • 09.00-10.00 Plenary ROOM 3 (First Floor)
    OPENING CEREMONY
    10.00-10.30 Plenary ROOM 3 (First Floor)
    OPENING CONFERENCE

    “Interfacing the peripheral nervous system with advanced prostheses. Anatomical and physiological contributions”
    Prof. Xavier Navarro. Barcelona, Spain
    10.30-11.15 COFFEE, POSTERS & EXHIBITORS
    11.15-12.35 Plenary ROOM 3 (First Floor)
    FREE ORAL COMMUNICATIONS: COMMUNICATIONS O-001 - O-008
    Session 1: Techniques in Anatomy: from donation service to students evaluation

    MODERATORS:
    Bruno Grignon.
    Anatomy and Guilloz Imaging Department, CHRU Nancy, France
    Veronica Macchi. University of Padova.UNIPD. Institute of Human Anatomy


    ROOM 1 (First Floor)
    FREE ORAL COMMUNICATIONS: COMMUNICATIONS O-009- O-016
    Session 2: Head and Neck/Miscellaneous

    MODERATORS:
    Heejin Kim. Seoul,
    Republic of Korea
    Hee-Jin KIM DDS, PhD, Professor, Division in Anatomy & Developmental Biology, Department of Oral Biology, Yonsei University College of Dentistry
    Alejandro Quiroga.
    Monterrey, Mexico
    M.D., M.Surg, Ph.D., Human Anatomy Department, School of Medicine, Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León
    13.00-14.00 LUNCH, POSTERS & EXHIBITORS
    14.00-15.30 Plenary ROOM 3 (First Floor)
    FREE ORAL COMMUNICATIONS: COMMUNICATIONS O-017- O-025
    Session 3: Thorax and heart

    MODERATORS:
    Marios Loukas.
    Grenada, Grenada
    Department of Anatomical Sciences, St. George’s University, Grenada, West Indies
    Kenji Ibujuro.
    Japanesse
    Nihon University, School of Medicine, Department of Diagnostic Radiology
    15.30-16.15 COFFEE, POSTERS & EXHIBITORS
    16.15-17.30 Plenary ROOM 3 (First Floor)
    CLINICAL ANATOMY


    MODERATORS:
    Fabrice Duparc. Rouen. France
    Editor in Chief. Surgical and Radiologic Anatomy Laboratory of Anatomy, Faculty of Medicine.Rouen University
    R. Shane Tubbs. Seattle. USA
    Ph.D., PA-C, MSc. Chief Scientific Officer. Seattle Science Foundation

    Recent Works of Pelvic Floor Anatomy: Spatial Distributions of Skeletal and Smooth Muscular Tissues
    Keiichi Akita. Tokyo, Japan
    Morphological Analysis of Bronchial Arteries and Variants with Computed Tomography Angiography
    Rodrigo Elizondo Omaña. Monterey, Mexico
    Segmentation of the kidney
    Raffaele de Caro. Padova, Italy
  • 09.00-10.15 Plenary ROOM 3 (First Floor)
    IMAGING

    MODERATORS:
    Marko Konschake. Innsbruck, Austria
    Expert in Clinical, Applied and Translational Anatomy Medical. University of Innsbruck address Department of Anatomy, Histology and Embryology
    Trifon Totlis. Greece
    Assist. Professor in Anatomy, Department of Anatomy & Surgical Anatomy, Medical School, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece

    Anatomy and imaging: history, techniques, and clinical applications.
    Bruno Grignon. Nancy, France
    The More You Know, the More You See: the Ultimate Sono-Anatomy
    Bernhard Moriggl. Innsbruck, Austria
    Imaging in research on clinical anatomy.
    Veronica Macchi. Padova, Italy
    10.15-11.00 COFFEE, POSTERS & EXHIBITORS
    11.00-13.00 Plenary ROOM 3 (First Floor)
    FREE ORAL COMMUNICATIONS: COMMUNICATIONS O-026 - O-037
    Session 4: Applied anatomy in surgical techniques

    MODERATORS:
    Mirela Eric. Novi Sad, Serbia
    Department of Anatomy, Faculty of Medicine, University of Novi Sad, Serbia
    Jose A. Pereira. Barcelona, Spain
    CEXS Department and General Surgery Service, Parc de Salut Mar, Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona

    ROOM 1 (First Floor)
    FREE ORAL COMMUNICATIONS: COMMUNICATIONS O-038 - O-049
    Session 5: Nervous system (central and peripheral)

    MODERATORS:
    Lia Lucas Neto. Lisbon, Portugal
    MD, PhD, Anatomy Department-Lisbon Medical School, Neuroradiology
    Department-North Lisbon Medical Center
    Jose L. Trejo. Madrid, Spain
    Adult Neurogenesis Laboratory, Cajal Institute - CSIC, Madrid - Spain
    13.00-14.00 LUNCH, POSTERS & EXHIBITORS
    14.00-15.30 Plenary ROOM 3 (First Floor)
    FREE ORAL COMMUNICATIONS: COMMUNICATIONS O-050 - O-058
    Session 6: Pelvis Abdomen

    MODERATORS:
    Vaclav Baca.
    Jihlava, Czech Republic
    Department of Health Care Studies, College of Polytechnics Jihlava, Department of Anatomy, Third Faculty of Medicine, Charles University in Prague
    Keiichi Akita.
    Tokyo, Japan
    M.D., PhD., Professor, Department of Clinical Anatomy, Tokyo Medical and Dental University (TMDU)
    15:30-16.15 COFFEE, POSTERS & EXHIBITORS
    15.30-16.15 Plenary ROOM 3 (First Floor)
    Technical presentation: "Virtual practices for teaching Human Anatomy. The UPF experience".

    Prof. José Antonio Pereira. Associate Professor of Human Anatomy at CEXS Department. Universitat Pompeu Fabra. Barcelona.
    Consultant Surgeon specialised in Abdominal Wall Surgery at General and Digestive Surgery Department. Hospital del Mar. Parc de Salut Mar. Barcelona. Spain

    Session sponsored by

    wolters
    16.15-17.30 Plenary ROOM 3 (First Floor)
    DISSECTING ROOM


    MODERATORS:
    Teresa Vasquez. Madrid, Spain
    Nihal Apaydin. Ankara, Turkey
    Medical Doctor and Full Professor in Anatomy and Multidisciplinary Neuroscience, at the Ankara University Faculty of Medicine (Turkey).

    Human Gross Anatomy Laboratory in the 21st Century
    Ernie Talarico. Illinois, USA
    Brachial plexus and its topography to fasciae: different interpretations by anatomists and anaesthetists!
    Georg Feigl. Graz, Austria
    Production of Prosections for teaching, book illustrations, clinical research etc.
    Bari Logan. Cambridge, U.K
    20.30 GALA DINNER
  • 09.00-10.15 Plenary ROOM 3 (First Floor)
    ANATOMICAL VARIATIONS


    MODERATORS:

    Rodrigo Elizondo. Monterrey, Mexico
    Raffaele De Caro. Padova, Italia

    The Importance of Cataloging and Disseminating Anatomical Human Variation in the Modern Age
    Shane Tubbs. Seattle, USA
    Pitfalls of anatomical variants terminology
    David Kachlick. Prague, Czeck Republic
    Translational Research in Surgical Anatomy
    Marios Loukas. Grenada, Grenada
    10.15-11.00 COFFEE, POSTERS & EXHIBITORS
    11.00-13.00 Plenary ROOM 3 (First Floor)
    FREE ORAL COMMUNICATIONS: COMMUNICATIONS O-059 - O-071
    Session 7: Education Evaluation

    MODERATORS:
    Prof. Fabrice Duparc. Rouen. France
    Editor in Chief. Surgical and Radiologic Anatomy Laboratory of Anatomy, Faculty of Medicine.Rouen University
    Ayhan Comert. Ankara, Turkey
    MD, Professor, Ankara University, School of Medicine, Department of Anatomy, Board member and Treasurer of TSACA (Turkish Society of Anatomy & Clinical Anatomy), Board member of ISCAA

    ROOM 1 (First Floor)
    FREE ORAL COMMUNICATIONS: COMMUNICATIONS O-072 - O-083
    Session 8: Locomotor system

    MODERATORS:
    Konstantinos Natsis. Department of Anatomy & Surgical Anatomy, School of Medicine, Faculty of Health Sciences, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece
    Akimoto Nimura. Tokyo, Japan
    MD, Ph.D, Associate Professor, Department of Functional Joint Anatomy, Tokyo Medical & Dental University (TMDU)
    13.00-14.00 LUNCH, POSTERS & EXHIBITORS
    14:00-15:30 Plenary ROOM 3 (First Floor)
    PUBLISHING IN ANATOMY


    MODERATORS:
    Akita Keiichi.
    Tokyo, Japan
    Quentin Fogg.
    Melbourne, Australia

    Friedrich Paulsen.
    Editor-in-Chief of Annals of Anatomy

    Fabrice Duparc. Editor-in-Chief of Surgical Radiological Anatomy
    Shane Tubbs. Editor-in-Chief of Clinical Anatomy
    15:30 Plenary ROOM 3 (First Floor)
    CLOSING CEREMONY