2020 Microneurosurgery Hands-On Course

EANS Microneurosurgery Hands-On Course

7 - 10 October, 2020 | Cluj, Romania

Announcing the third edition of this course from the EANS, taking place in Cluj, Romania from 7 - 10 October 2020. The course will be a complete microvascular experience, and include teaching on all types of anastomoses as well as experimental microsurgery at the Karolinska Institute, by those involved in microsurgical research as well as the big names you might expect, and our sterling EANS faculty. This course takes place at the “Iuliu Hatieganu” University Cluj-Napoca and is part of an ongoing collaboration on experimental microsurgery with the Erasmus MC.


Course venue:

Iuliu Hațieganu University of Medicine and Pharmacy (Universitatea de Medicină și Farmacie „Iuliu Hațieganu” din Cluj-Napoca)
Strada Victor Babeș 8, 
Cluj-Napoca 400000, Romania

Registration fees will be available soon.

Please note that these courses are heavily oversubscribed, therefore we run a system of pre-registrations.

Pre-registration is open! 

Please contact martina.degregorio@eans.org to pre-register for this course. 
The registration fee includes all tuition costs and subsistence during the course (coffee breaks and lunches).


Please note that the accommodation is not included in the registration fee and participants are responsible for their own arrangements.

Please contact martina.degregorio@eans.org for any questions.



Course Fees

The registration fee includes all tuition costs and subsistence during the course (coffee breaks and lunches). Accommodation is not included.

October 2020

Course ticket

EANS Individual Member

€ 900

October 2020

Course ticket


€ 1200



The preliminary programme will be available soon.

Course directors:

Prof. Torstein R. Meling
Dr. Victor Volovici

Preliminary Faculty:

Prof. Torstein R. Meling, Switzerland
Dr. Victor Volovici, The Netherlands
Dr Ruben Dammers, The Netherlands
Prof Stefan Florian, Romania
Nikolay Velinov, Bulgaria
Prof Andreas Gruber, Austria
Assoc Prof George Dindelegan, Romania

All faculty have extensive teaching experience, particularly with regard to cadaver courses. As is the standard for EANS courses, approximately half of the faculty are EANS teachers, which means they undergo regular appraisals to ensure the quality of our provision.

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