Fascinating Insight: Lecture on “Plastic Surgery in the Interplay between Form and Function” at UMCH Campus

April 5, 2024

An inspiring Reach Higher lecture took place at the UMCH Campus, which piqued the interest and curiosity of aspiring medical professionals. Prof. Dr. med. Max Meyer-Marcotty, Director of Plastic, Reconstructive, and Aesthetic Surgery as well as Hand Surgery at the teaching hospital “Klinikum Lüdenscheid”, delivered a lecture with the insightful title “Plastic Surgery in the Interplay between Form and Function”.

This lecture not only provided medical students with the opportunity to delve deeper into the world of surgery but also offered a unique chance to understand and explore the complex relationship between form and function in plastic surgery. The event promised to expand the boundaries of medical knowledge and shed light on the various facets of this fascinating field.

Since assuming the role of Director on April 1, 2019, Prof. Dr. Meyer-Marcotty has left a significant mark on the Department of Plastic, Reconstructive, Aesthetic Surgery, and Hand Surgery at Klinikum Lüdenscheid with his dedication and expertise. His experience and knowledge made him an outstanding speaker, providing students with valuable insights and perspectives.

The lecture was aimed at aspiring medical professionals who sought to develop a deep understanding of the connections between form and function in plastic surgery. It was an opportunity to learn from an experienced practitioner and gain insights into current research and practice.

The lecture promised not only an informative experience but also inspiration for future doctors who wished to comprehend the challenges and opportunities of plastic surgery.