Dr. Ioannis Zarnavellis

  Dr. Ioannis Zarnavellis began his studies in 1992 at the Medical School of Munich and specifically in the Ludwig Maximillian University.
  He continued his studies for a few years at the Semmelweis University in Budapest and finally at the Medical School of Harvard University in the United States of America. He has practised at Semmelweis Medizinische, Harvard Medical School and at Korgialeneo-Benakio Hospital in the field of Psychiatry, Neurology, Gynecology, Surgery, Pediatrics, Cardiothoracic Surgery and Pathology.
  His Dissertation on "Post-operative Mortality of Acute Nuclear Pancreatitis" was done in collaboration with the Semmelweis and Innsbruck Austria Medical Schools.

He is member of:


I have successfully collaborated with the following hospitals:

              Dornbirn Hospital, Vorarlberg Austria.
              General Surgery-Traumatology.
              Prof.: Prof. Dr. F. Stoβ.

  Within the framework of my postgraduate studies, I have attended the works of the following roundtables, seminars, postgraduate courses, conferences, symposia and conferences:
- Specialization in radiation protection and Rontgen diagnosis.
- Specialization in the Notarzt Rescue Service.
- Intensive Care Unit (6 months).
- III Flap-Lab, Flap Preparation, Microsurgery, Medizinische Hochschule Hannover, Prof. P. Vogt.

- 38° AO Seminar, Practice Traumatology-Reconstructive Surgery
   Freibourg University, Germany.
- Laparoscopic Seminar, Practical Training AESCULAP, Germany.
- Handheld training, Osteosynthesis, soft molecules, Klinikum Nurnberg.
- 16° bench handpiece, Munich, Germany.
- Education by a Bavarian Medical Association, Nuremberg 8/9/2006.

- Training by Lohmann und Rauscher Gmbh, 22.6.2005.
- Surgical Congress, Eugenio Bodensee, St.Gallen, Switzerland.
- 8° Panhellenic Congress of Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgery, 4/7 October 2007.
- 3° Pan-Hellenic Congress of Melanoma.
- 11° ESPRAS Congress, Rhodes, Hellas.


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