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Wellcome messages from the presidentes


Since the beginning of 20th century knowledge and experiences in the field of neurosurgery were exchanged among Brazilian and Germany neurosurgery societies through personal contacts among its members. The events where held in both countries and a significant amount of experience was shared.

Through efforts from exponent neurosurgeons, the creation of Brazilian Society of Neurosurgery (SBN – Sociedade Brasileira de Neurocirurgia) in 1957, organized and strengthened this community. SBN became a representative institution that prioritizes the collective good over the individual one and is attentive to its member’s interests.

The Brazilian Society model was inspired in other international societies, including German society, and as expected grew solid and strong. At the end of 1980, the department of international relations was created in order to broaden its relations worldwide. In this context the Brazil-Germany Commission was born.

Since its creation, this Commission has been very active thanks to its first chairman: Prof. Dierk F. B. Kirchhoff, MD, who took his specialization in Germany and is recognized as a renowned neurosurgeon in both societies. Through his alliances and friendships, Prof. Kirchhoff initiated the tradition of joint meetings between German and Brazilian Neurosurgery Societies turning them official and institutional. This work began 25 years ago as the well-succeeded 1st Joint Meeting of Neurosurgery Brazil/Germany, that took place in Hannover as a satellite event.

After its success, the meetings alternated between the two countries. Second Joint Meeting occurred in Salvador, Bahia, and 3rd Joint Meeting in Florianopolis, Santa Catarina and the 4th Joint Meeting in Heidelberg, Germany.

Twenty-five years later, is with great pleasure and honor that Prof. Kirchhoff chairs this event once again, celebrating its silver jubilee in São Paulo, Brazil. The tradition and scientific excellence of this event aims to bring new horizon in Neurosurgery trough a salutary exchange of experience and wisdom and also continue this story of friendship and partnership.



MENSAGEM DO PRESIDENTE DO JOINT MEETING

Prezados colegas neurocirurgiões do Brasil e da Alemanha,

É com imensa satisfação que convido a todos para participar do nosso  V joint Meeting Brasil – Alemanha de Neurocirurgia, que estará repleto de grandes apresentações, permitindo assim uma troca de conhecimento em alto nível com as maiores estrelas da neurocirurgia dos dois países.

O evento será realizado no Hotel Renaissance em São Paulo, o qual esta situado no coração da cidade, a poucos metros da avenida paulista, nos proporcionando requinte, tecnologia e infraestrutura para o evento, além de se tratar de um hotel 5 estrelas com excelentes acomodações, as quais estarão sendo oferecidas a preços especiais e acessíveis aos participantes do congresso.

Nosso evento proporcionará além dos tradicionais coffee-breaks, almoço nos dias 21 e 22, e um jantar festivo de homenagens na sexta-feira, tudo já incluso na sua inscrição! No jantar, além de uma excelente oportunidade de revermos nossos colegas e amigos brasileiros, teremos a oportunidade de confraternizar com os colegas alemães em um ambiente informal e festivo.

O motivo de tamanho evento e desta festa, é a comemoração dos 25 anos de história dos joint Meetings oficiais entre as duas sociedades, onde homenagearemos todos os colegas brasileiros e alemães que participaram da organização desta história de amizade.

Conto com a presença de todos para abrilhantar ainda mais este evento da SBN e DGNC.

Hertzlich Willkommen !!!

Prof. Dr. Dierk F.B.Kirchhoff
Presidente da comissão Brasil – Alemanha da SBN
Presidente do V Joint Meeting Brasil – Alemanha de Neurocirurgia


MENSAGEM DO PRESIDENTE DA SBN

Caros colegas,

É uma grande honra para os neurocirurgiões brasileiros receber em nosso país os colegas alemães para o Congreso Brasil-Alemanha de Neurocirurgia a ser realizado em fevereiro de 2014, em São Paulo.

Desde o nascimento da neurocirurgia brasileira foi íntima a relação com a neurocirurgia alemã. Na verdade o primeiro neurocirurgião a pisar o solo brasileiro, antes mesmo do nascimento da neurocirurgia brasileira, foi o grande Feodor Krause, o pai da neurocirurgia alemã. A seguir muitos neurocirurgiões brasileiros realizaram formação na Alemanha e alguns se tornaram professores neste país. Este congresso será uma celebração desta velha amizade.


Sebastião Gusmão
Presidente da Sociedade Brasileira de Neurocirurgia


MENSAGEM DA PRESIDENTE DA DGNC

On behalf of the German Society of Neurosurgery, I like to express our warmest thanks for the invitation to the Joint meeting of our both societies in São Paulo, in February 2014. It is a great pleasure and honor for us to follow the renewed invitation.

In 2014, we will celebrate our 25th anniversary of continuous clinical and scientific exchanges between our societies. Looking back, we can reflect on a successful and fruitful relationship. Members of both societies have visited each other and learnt from each other. Transatlantic scientific projects have been created. Clinical training courses have been initialized and organized. Young talented Brazilian neurosurgeons came to Germany and made their career.  Over time, many and deep friendships developed between members of our societies.

The German Society will support this special jubilee by joining the meeting with a large delegation. Young German neurosurgeons will be promoted by the DGNC. The best eight applicants will receive a travel grant.

The scientific topics of our meeting will span all neurosurgical areas. We appreciate the outstanding clinical and scientific knowledge of our colleagues in Brazil and we are looking forward to an excellent meeting.

We thank Professor Kirchhoff for organizing this meeting and we thank the Brazilian Society of Neurosurgery for its generous hospitality.


Professor Dr. Gabriele Schackert
President of the German Society of Neurosurgery