FESSH / Foundation for Hand Surgery Clinical Research Grant
We are pleased to announce the winners of the 2020 FESSH / Foundation for Hand Surgery Clinical Research Grant :
- Dr Olga Politikou from the Medical University of Vienna with the project « Nerve transfers for cognitive reinnervation of spastic muscles in stroke patients”
- Dr Brigitte van Der Heijden from the Radboud University Medical Center, Nijmegen with the project « Diagnostic performance of dynamic four-dimensional computed tomography (4D CT) compared to arthroscopy for analyzing scapholunate instability”.
Their results will be present at the FESSH meeting in Rotterdam in 2021.
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Fourth training of the Foundation for Hand Surgery
« Excellent. Small group. Good interaction with instructors. Good cadavers. »
What a perfect summary of the hands-on course held last Friday in Geneva from one of the participants! Everyone enjoyed this practical training under the theme « Finger, carpal and wrist joint fusion ».
FESSH/Foundation for Hand Surgery Clinical Research Grant
The Foundation for Hand Surgery is proud to announce a € 50’000 grant award through collaboration with the FESSH Research Committee.
The Foundation for Hand Surgery sponsors this clinical research grant, and the selection process will be done through the FESSH Research Committee.
For more information, please visit : https://fessh.com/fessh-foundation-for-hand-surgery-clinical-research-grant/
Third training of the Foundation for Hand Surgery
The last hands-on course of the Foundation for Hand Surgery was a fantastic exchange and learning time!
A mix of theory, live demonstration and practice made it an enjoyable event for everybody.
New Scientific Committee member
Daniel B. Herren, MD, MHA (Zurich, Switzerland) joined the Foundation for Hand Surgery on the 19th of June 2019.
We are pleased and honoured to have him as member of the scientific committee. We welcome him!
Second training of the Foundation for Hand Surgery
« Best hands-on teaching experience during medicine school (…) Excellent! », Sophia
What an incredible and enriching experience for our junior trainees practising microsurgery for the first time.
First training of the Foundation for Hand Surgery
The first training of the Foundation for Hand Surgery was a great success!
We were pleased and proud to welcome surgeons from different countries and renowned instructors on the theme “The scapholunate instability: diagnostic and repair”