In cooperation with the renowned medical society, ZEISS promotes further training of specialists and advances scientific progress in the field of neurosurgery.
ZEISS Medical Technology announces the strategic partnership with the European Association of Neurosurgical Societies (EANS). With this partnership, the company aims to support the training and further education of neurosurgical specialists, to promote sharing of experiences between users and medical technology manufacturers and to advance scientific progress in the field of neurosurgery.
“We are pleased that a renowned scientific society like the EANS is entering into a partnership with ZEISS, and it is an appreciation of our innovation leadership. Collaboration with surgeons, has enabled ZEISS to shape neurosurgery” says Magnus Reibenspiess, Head of the Microsurgery Strategic Business Unit at ZEISS Medical Technology. “In the field of learning in particular, close cooperation with the members of EANS will make it possible to integrate and establish new solutions in neurosurgical workflows.”
Promote training and further education of neurosurgical specialists
Close networking in the field of learning enables knowledge and information sharing between medical specialists and medical technology manufacturers. Therefore, the training and further education of neurosurgeons is a focal point of the partnership between EANS and ZEISS.
ZEISS provides various visualization systems and solutions for the EANS training programs and speciality courses, while supporting the development of teaching offers for new and existing technologies. As a partner, ZEISS is also committed to virtual formats such as the EANS Academy.
Drive innovation and support neurosurgical research
Cooperation with scientists and users has always been part of the ZEISS corporate culture. The company sees the partnership with EANS as an opportunity to address current clinical challenges in neurosurgery. Together with users, ZEISS not only aims to develop innovations and solutions for neurosurgery but also to integrate existing technologies into clinical workflows in the best possible way.
In addition, as a sponsor of the EANS Research Fund, ZEISS will contribute significantly to scientific progress in the field of neurosurgery and promote the formation and propagation of knowledge within the neurosurgical community.
The company announced the partnership at the EANS annual Congress in Belgrade (Serbia), where ZEISS presented its neurosurgery solutions from 16 October to 20 October 2022.