May 05 - 09, 2014 | Republic of Maldives
 

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SORG Academy
 

Endorsed & supported by…
EACMFS
Asian Association of Craniofacial Sugery
International College for Maxillo-Facial Surgery  
 
Invited Speakers
Adi Rachmiel,  Israel

1. External vs. Internal distraction in obstructive sleep apnea in craniofacial anomalies

2. Maxillary distraction in cleft
 
Albert van der Westhuijzen,  South Africa
 Albert van der Westhuijzen
Palatal distraction - to the rescue
 
Amera Alkaisi,  Iraq
 Amera Alkaisi
Dental pulp stem cells- A promising bone tissue engineering concept in distraction osteogenesis
 
Arash Khojasteh,  Iran
 Arash Khojasteh
Application of the mesenchymal stem cells in treating alveolar defects
 
Arnaud Picard,  France
 Arnaud Picard
Management of rare congenital anomalies
 
Balaji SM,  India
 Balaji SM
Simultaneous maxillary and mandibular distraction 2. Reconstruction of mandible by tissue engineering
 
Bodo Hoffmeister,  Germany
 Bodo Hoffmeister
Established indication for distraction osteogenesis in maxillofacial surgery
 
Cassio Eduardo Raposo do Amaral,  Brazil
 Cassio Eduardo Raposo do Amaral
Monobloc fronto-facial advancement for syndromic craniosynostosis
 
Catherine Tomat,  France
 Catherine Tomat
Silver Russel syndrome
 
Cesar Guerrero,  Venezuela
 Cesar Guerrero
1.- Major mandibular reconstruction with intraoral bone transport.
2.- Intraoral management of Unilateral Craniofacial Microsomia in severe cases
3.- Intraoral 3-D maxillary augmentation in cleft patients with distraction osteogenesis
 
Chang Sung-Kim,  Korea
 Chang Sung-Kim
Osteogenic and adipogenic potentials of stromal cells and synthetic scaffolds for alveolar bone regeneration
 
Charles Davis,  New Zealand
 Charles Davis
Frontobasal suture distraction and spring expansion for cranial sagittal suture
 
Edouard Coeugniet,  France
  Edouard Coeugniet
Midfacial distraction without osteotomy using a transfacial pin and external devices - an innovative method
 
Eric Arnaud,  France
 Eric Arnaud
Monobloc Distraction
 
George Sandor,  Finland
 George Sandor
Stem cells in cranio-maxillofacial reconstruction: A clinical reality
 
Ghali GE,  USA
Ghali GE
Midface distraction
 
Jong-Woo Choi,  Korea
Jong-Woo Choi
One-piece fronto-orbital advancement with distraction for craniosynostosis
 
Jörg Wiltfang,  Germany
Jörg Wiltfang
Pediatric sleep apnea in craniofacial malformations
 
Kurt Butow,  South Africa
Kurt Butow
Distraction of cleft maxilla
 
Leena Ylikontiola,  Finland
Leena Ylikontiola
Distractor guide to improve posterior cranial vault distraction osteogenesis
 
Lian Ma,  China
Lian Ma
Bone grafting
 
Lim K Cheung,  Hong Kong
Lim K Cheung
1. Distraction osteogenesis in correction of obstructive sleep apnea
2. Bone marrow stem cells for sinus augmentation in atrophic maxilla
 
Luiz Marinho,  Brazil
Luiz Marinho
Alveolar Distraction - Are we there yet?
 
Majeed Rana,  Germany
Majeed Rana
Use of computer-assisted surgery in distraction osteogenesis
 
Manlio Galie,  Italy
Manlio Galie
1. Adipose derived stem cells
2- Management of neonatal micrognathia
 
Marcelo Melo Soares,  Brazil
Marcelo Melo Soares
1. Stem cell bone regeneration
2. Pediatric craniofacial distraction
 
Marianela Gonzalez,  USA
Marianela Gonzalez
Osteodistraction of narrow maxilla
 
Marie Tolarova,  USA
Marie Tolarova
Etiology of congenital craniofacial anomalies
 
Masaharu Mitsugi,  Japan
Masaharu Mitsugi
Auto-tooth bone graft
 
Michael Carstens,  USA
Michael Carstens
Reconstruction of facial bone with recombinant technology
 
Mirek Tolar,  USA
Mirek Tolar
Early effects of distraction and oxygen supply on gene expression of human periodontal ligament mesenchymal stem cells
 
Nicolai Adolphs,  Germany
Nicolai Adolphs
Clinical significance of distraction osteogenesis- Berlin experiences since 2003
 
Patrick Diner,  France
Patrick Diner
Current concepts of distraction
 
Peter Kessler,  The Netherlands
Peter Kessler
Periosteal elevation - from the lab to clinical application
 
Rei Ogawa,  Japan
Rei Ogawa
Mechanotherapy/ mechanobiology for a new era in medicine -Biological mechanisms of distraction osteogenesis
 
Rolf Ewers,  Austria
Rolf Ewers
Osseodistraction of atrophic maxilla and mandible
 
Rómulo Guerrero,  Ecuador
Rómulo Guerrero
Customizing craniofacial distractors
 
Russell Reid,  USA
Russell Reid
Biomimetic approach for segmental reconstruction
 
Shinji Kobayashi,  Japan
Shinji Kobayashi
Device to control distraction distance and vector in craniofacial distraction
 
Songlin Wang,  China
Songlin Wang
Bio-root based functional tooth regeneration
 
Thomas Engstrand,  Sweden
Thomas Engstrand
Biomaterial & biologics in craniofacial reconstruction
 
Thomas Lambrecht,  Switzerland
Thomas Lambrecht
How to distract doctors at the opera
 
Victor Leung,  Hong Kong
Victor Leung
IVD joint regeneration: Lesson for TMJ regeneration
 
Wolfgang Schaden,  Austria
Wolfgang Schaden
Blending stem cell therapy and mechanotherapy for craniofacial deformities
 
Yi Zhang,  China
Yi Zhang
Distraction osteogenesis for traumatic defects
 
Yoshitaka Eguchi,  Japan
Yoshitaka Eguchi
An injectable composite material containing bone morphogenetic protein-2 shortens the period of distraction osteogenesis in vivo
 
Zheng Li-Wu,  Hong Kong
Zheng Li-Wu
Biochemical modulation of distraction osteogenesis
 
Kaneshige Satoh, Japan
Kaneshige-Satoh-Japan
Craniofacial distraction in syndromic craniosynostosis
 
Stefan Stubinger, Switzerland
Stefan Stubinger-Switzerland
Osteobiology in relevant animal models in craniofacial surgery
 
Karl-Erik Kahnberg, Sewden
Karl-Erik Kahnberg_Sweden
Craniofacial Syndrome patients - Use of conventional and distraction surgical procedures
 
Daniel Hrusak, Czech Republic
Daniel Hrusak_Czech Republic
Piezosurgery – advantages in maxillofacial surgery and distractions
 
Teruo Sakamoto, Japan
Teruo Sakamoto-Japan
Application of interdental distraction osteogenesis (IDO) in CLP treatment
 
Alex Lemaitre, Belgium
Alex Lemaitre_Belgium
How to avoid BSSO with transmandibular & transmaxillar DO in many cases of maxillo-mandibular dysmorphosis
 
Daniel Labbe, France
Daniel Labbe_France
Distraction osteogenesis and gunshot injuries 3 D custom-made bone transport
 
Konrad Wangerin, Germany
Konrad Wangerin_Germany
Bimaxillary Procedures with Additional Segmental Osteotomies and Distraction for Acceleration of Treatment
 
Soh Nishimoto, Japan
Soh Nishimoto_Japan
Bibloc advancement for Facial Distraction
 
Stephanie Drew, USA
Stephanie Drew_USA
Mexico City to Male 19 years of Distraction and counting…
 
Suguru Kondo, Japan
Suguru Kondo Japan
Maxillary distraction by the RED system with consideration for the external nose shape form and control of the occlusal plane
 
Suzanne U. Stucki-McCormick, USA
Suzanne U. Stucki-McCormick_USA
The Changing Face of Beauty; Cultural and Social Influences
 
Xiaofeng Shan, China
Xiaofeng Shan_China
Computer assisted secondary mandibular reconstruction of discontinuity defects
 
Tadashi Morishita, Japan
Tadashi Morishita_Japan
Appearance of tooth germ after the distraction osteogenesis in early age
 
ORGANIZERS
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Congress President
Prof. Patrick Diner

Professor of Plastic Surgery

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Scientific Chairman
Dr. Sailaja

Maxillofacial Surgeon

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International Liaison Officer
Prof. Manlio Galie

Professor of Maxillofacial Surgery

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Organizing Chairman
Prof. S.M Balaji

Professor of Maxillofacial Surgery

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Organizing Co-chairman
Prof. George Sandor

Professor of Maxillofacial Surgery

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Congress Co-ordinator
Prof. Eric Arnaud

Professor of Plastic Surgery

 
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Scientific Advisor
Prof. Lim K Cheung

Professor of Maxillofacial Surgery

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Scientific Advisor
Prof. Bodo Hoffmeister

Professor of Maxillofacial Surgery

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Scientific Co-Chairman
Prof. Anand Kini

Professor of Plastic Surgery