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Mihail Climov

Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, USA

Institution web page: http://www.massgeneral.org/
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Born: 1984

Interests: plastic surgery, trauma, reconstruction, microsugery

Details:
Mihail Climov MD

EDUCATION

September 2009: Medical Doctor (MD). Dissertation Paper (Diploma) "Facial transplantation in rats"
2003-2009: Carol Davila Medical University

RESEARCH ACTIVITY

2011-present Research Fellow, Transplantation Biology Research Center,Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, MA. Performed research on skin immunity, tolerance, bio-engineered skin immunogenicity.

2010 Research Fellow, Stroke and Neurovascular Regulation Laboratory, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, MA. Performed research on migraine, cerebral flow. Performed microsurgery on mice.

Skills Achieved:
Mice associated surgical procedures (anesthesia, femoral artery/vein cannulation, tracheostomy, open/closed cranial windows, polished and reinforced thinned skull windows-PoRTS, bilateral common carotid artery stenosis-BCAS, etc)
Neurite spine analysis in Z-stacks (Neuron Studio, Image J)
Image acquiring and post processing ( Matlab, MCID)
Mice management during OCT (optical coherence tomography), Dual Photon Microscopy- assessment of arterial blood gas

2008-2009, Intern, Department of Plastic and Reconstructive Microsurgery, Emergency Hospital, Bucharest. Designed, developed and performed facial transplant studies on rats.

Skills achieved:
Rats postoperative management
Performing anesthesia of the rats
Harvesting of free facial flaps
Performing microsurgical vascular anastomosis
Immunosuppressive drugs usage in rats

AWARDS & HONORS

February 2013, American Society of Transplantation, Young Investigator Award

April 2009, Special Prize at the 6 th International Congress for Medical Students and Young Doctors Congressis 2009 Iasi, Romania, Co-author. Basic Surgical Skills Training For Medical Students Two Years of Experience Vinersar BA, Toma D, Climov M, Blajut C, Vlad M

May 2008, First Prize at the 2nd International Medical Congress for Students and Young Doctors MedEspera, Nicolae Testemiteanu State Medical and Pharmaceutical University, Chisinau, Republic of Moldova Basic Surgical Skills Training for Medical Students What can be improved?,Climov M,Garofil D, Nistor B, Vinersar B, Bacanu A, Toma D.

May 2008, Special Prize at the 9th International Congress for Medical Students and Young Doctors Medicalis 2008, Cluj, Romania. Basic Surgical Skills Training for medical students in our experience; Vinersar B, Bacanu A , Climov M, Dumitrascuta A, Raducanu D, Vlad M


EDUCATIONAL ACTIVITIES

16-18 May 2010 Course Instructor at the 5th International Microsurgical Course organized by Romanian Association of Plastic Surgeons and Department of Plastic Surgery from Central Emergency Hospital of Bucharest
13-15 May 2010 Course Instructor at the Basic Microsurgery Course, organized by Romanian Students Surgical Society (www.sscr.ro) and Department of Plastic Surgery and Reconstructive Microsurgery from Central Emergency Hospital of Bucharest
April 2008 Course Instructor at the Basic Surgical Skills workshop, Department of Clinical Anatomy and Surgical Techniques, Carol Davila University of Medicine and Pharmacy, Bucharest, Romania
March 2008 Course Instructor at the Basic Microsurgery Course, Department of Plastic Surgery and Reconstructive Microsurgery of Central Emergency Hospital of Bucharest

LANGUAGE ABILITIES

Romanian: native
Russian: native
English: excellent (read, write, speak)



Selected publications:
• Zamfirescu DG, Owen E, Lascar I, Molitor M, Zegrea I, Popescu M, Bishop GA, Lauer CA, Simionescu M, Climov M, Lanzetta M. Sentinel skin allograft-a reliable marker for monitoring of composite tissue transplant rejection . Transplantation proceedings , 41(2), pp. 503-8, 2009.


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