The aims of the Strasbourg Osteosynthesis Group (SORG) are to foster the scientific development at all levels by both experimental research and clinical studies, as well as publications and continuing medical education. A major focus of the group is the development of new techniques and improved instrumentation in the fields of CMF surgery.Discover more
Double the people = double the learning. Thanks to your great interest in our SORG WEBSchool and the encouraging feedback we received, we are as of today doubling the number of spots available in our webinars. Through the increased number of 1,000 online participants per webinar, we want to further strenghten the education within CMF surgery.
Still shocked and deeply saddened about this unexpected sudden death, the SORG community says goodbye to its long-standing member of the first hour Professor Dr. Dr. Bodo Hoffmeister. We are losing an outstanding, internationally highly esteemed teacher and extremely gifted clinician fostering education, research and development in his surgical specialty for the benefit of students, colleagues and patients equally.
His huge expertise, valuable advice and incomparable sense of humour will be truly missed by all of us while we express our sincere condolences to his beloved family. SORG will cherish his memory forever. R.I.P., dear friend.
Nadeem Saeed looks forward with us to the future and the ideas and concrete plans already in place for our digital communication and education in 2021.
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