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A top-flight international scientific conference started on October 18th in Tyumen based on the Federal Center of Neurosurgery. Leading specialists from Russia, China, the USA, Mexico, Brazil, Argentine, Austria, the Czech Republic, Italy, Germany, Poland, and Thailand will be presenting their lectures for three days. Participants and guests were greeted by Vladimir Yakushev, the Governor of the Tyumen Region.

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The head of the region thanked the distinguished experts from around the globe for their participation in the forum and willingness to share their knowledge, expertise and best practices.

“The Federal Center of Neurosurgery is our region’s pride. In a short span of time, it earned a great reputation with the patients and a high expert opinion both in Russia and abroad. Since its opening date, patients from all regions of Russia and from 13 countries worldwide were operated on in here,” he pointed out.

According to the Governor, it is the recognition of Tyumen Center of Neurosurgery at the national and international levels that enables it to host such conferences. “Training courses where the best specialists are engaged to make it possible for every participant to enhance his or her medical skill. All this yields a great deal of good, especially for the patients. I believe that the main value of any clinic is its professional team. I have no doubts that participants of the masterclasses and lectures use communication with the global neurosurgery leaders in the most efficient way, master the advanced medical technologies and increase their wealth of knowledge,” Vladimir Yakushev added.

Acting as the course leaders, there were director of neurosurgery clinic Evangelical Medical School (Brazil) Prof. Luis Borba and chief physician of FNC in Tyumen, head of the department of I. M. Sechenov First Moscow State Medical University Prof. Albert Syfianov. Assistant to the Minister of healthcare of the Russian Federation Vitaly Flek also became a member of the conference presidium.

There are intense studies, lectures and masterclasses by the best specialists in various specialties of neurosurgery in store for the conference participants. At the end of the training course, they will be granted certificates.

We would like to highlight that there is a good reason why the Federal Center of Neurosurgery in Tyumen becomes a place to hold world-level conferences on an annual basis. This medical institution has at its disposal all requisite technologies for real-time mode training in the most complex surgery methods. The less traumatic methods of operative treatment the Center employs are in many ways unique for Russia.