Basic and Advanced Endoscopic Surgery Training Program
The Department of Anatomy’s dissection hall and animal operating room prepared for laparoscopic surgery are found in the Advanced Endoscopic and Robotic Surgery Training Center. The cadaver dissection hall, aside from the enhancing of graduate students’ anatomy skills, is fully and adequately equipped to provide assistants and specialists with post-graduate training in carrying out procedures on fresh frozen partial cadavers especially in neurosurgery, orthopedics and ear, nose and throat surgery. The animal operating hall is comprised of 9 surgical tables designed specifically for pigs. The Basic and Advanced Endoscopic Surgery Training program duration is 2 days. The accepted number of participants is between 16 and 18.
Basic and Advanced Robotic Surgery Training Program
An additional reference room is also available for robotic surgery training. All means of media broadcasting are made possible - both into and out of - these operating rooms. General surgery, orthopedics and traumatology, urology, gynecology and obstetrics, head and neck and cardiovascular surgery specialists can benefit of from robotic surgery and advanced laparoscopic surgery training. The Basic and Advanced Robotic Surgery Training program duration is 2 days. The required number of participants is 2.