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Trauermeldung: Professor Johannes Rohen

The Anatomical Society mourns the loss of its Waldeyer Awardy and long-time member Professor Dr. med. Dr. h. c. Johannes Wilhelm Rohen (*18.09.1921 in Oldenburg - †26.05.2022 in Neunkirchen am Brand), Institute of Anatomy, LS1, Krankenhausstr. 9, 91054 Erlangen.

Prof. Rohen headed Chair 1 of the Erlangen Institute from 1974 to 1991. His teaching was characterised by his functional view of the structures of the human organism, in which generations of medical and dental students in Erlangen were able to participate. Scientifically, he developed fundamental new insights into the structure of the larynx and the functional morphology of the eye and enjoyed international recognition for this. He was significantly involved in the development of the first glaucoma operations. As emeritus professor, he was always closely connected to the Institute and was scientifically active until his 90th birthday.

The anatomists working with him in Erlangen remember the time with him with great gratitude and will cherish and continue to live his personality as well as his joy and passion for the people in the Institute and for science. 

The Anatomical Society will honour his memory.

Aktuelle Stellenangebote

Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter/in (m/w/d) am Lehrstuhl Anatomie und Zellbiologie an der Medizinischen Fakultät der Universität Augsburg

Trauermeldung: Professor Herbert Lippert

The Anatomische Gesellschaft mourns the death (†22.04.2022 in Schneeren near Hannover) of its MEMBER Professor Dr. med. Dr. phil. Herbert Lippert, Institut für Funktionelle und Angewandte Anatomie, Medizinische Hochschule Hannover, OE4120, Carl-Neuberg-Str. 1, 30625 Hannover.

Herbert Lippert was born on 28 July 1930 in Bohemia and attended school in Karlsbad. In September 1945, the family fled to Rosenheim, where he passed the Abitur in 1948. From 1948 to 1953, Herbert Lippert studied medicine and obtained his doctorate (Dr. med.). During his compulsory assistantship in various clinics, he studied psychology, graduating with the degree Dipl. phys. and a doctorate in philology (Dr. phil.). As early as 1966 he accepted a call to the newly founded Hanover Medical School, where he headed the Institute of Functional and Applied Anatomy from 1968 to 1992.

Herbert Lippert organised the Anatomical Assembly in Hanover in 1978, was on the board of the Anatomical Society in 1982-1985 and was congress president in Bochum in 1984. He was known nationwide especially for his textbooks of anatomy geared to the clinic.

(written by Prof. Reinhard Pabst/Zentrum Anatomie/Hannover).

The Anatomical Society will honour the memory of Herbert Lippert.

Aktuelle Stellenangebote

W2-Professur Neuroanatomie mit Schwerpunkt Bildgebung (w/m/d) an der Universitätsmedizin Göttingen (UMG)

Referent*in (m/w/d) am Institut für Anatomie und Zellbiologie der Universitätsmedizin Greifswald

Einladung zur Veröffentlichung von Beiträgen in IFAA Plexus

Im Namen der IFAA sowie der Herausgeber und Redakteure von Plexus machen wir auf folgende Einladung aufmerksam. Für Einreichungen wenden Sie sich bitte direkt an die Redakteure von IFAA Plexus (Kontaktinformationen am Ende dieses Beitrags).

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Dear Colleague,

Warm greetings from the Editors of Plexus

Plexus is the newsletter of the International Federation of Associations of Anatomists (IFAA). This is an open access newsletter designed for the widespread dissemination of relevant information within all anatomical disciplines. For the upcoming Autumn issue, you are welcome to submit brief reports of the activities of your association, titles of abstracts presented at peer-reviewed meetings of your society, advertisements for upcoming anatomical meetings, any job openings in your institution, as well as calls for research assistants. We will also consider letters to the editor and obituaries honouring the giants upon whose shoulders we stand.

Participation is also invited from your medical and science students who might be particularly interested in this international publication. We welcome the submission of short (250 words max in Word document) reflective portfolios including poems that describe their experience with anatomy learning in either basic science or related clinical fields such as surgery or obstetrics and gynaecology. We are also interested in publishing anatomical drawings (to be sent as a PDF document).

All submissions that are considered within the scope of Plexus and meet quality expectations will be published.

If possible, we would appreciate receiving your submission by August 31st 2022. Kindly send the article as an attachment to this email. We appreciate it if the attachments could be in Word document with exception to anatomical drawings.

Looking forward to your kind response.

With warm regards,

Prof Isabel Stabile
Editor

Dr Shiby Stephens
Assistant editor

Kontaktinformation: 

Dr Shiby Stephens   
MBBS, MPhil, FHEA, FAcadMEd   
Clinical Anatomist and Senior Lecturer in Anatomy   
Court of Examiners – Royal College of Surgeons   
Sir Martin Evans Building   
Cardiff University   
CF10 3AX   
Phone: +44 (0)2920 875041   
Email: stephenssg@cf.ac.uk   
My workings days are: Mondays, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays