Academician Ioanel Sinescu: 37 Years of Renal Transplantation in “Carol Davila” University

 

At the end of June this year the Romanian Academy hosted a significant Symposium – 37 Years of Renal Transplantation in “Carol Davila” University – which made us remember some of the wise words of Hippocrates such as: “Wherever the art of medicine is loved, there is also a love of humanity.” Branding is about the way patients perceive you, coming from patient experience, while looking to become the physician who demonstrates both the art of medicine, and the love of humanity.

 
The reputed Rector of “Carol Davila” University of Medicine and Pharmacy in Bucharest, Academician Ioanel Sinescu, Director of the Center for Uronephrology and Renal Transplantation, Fundeni Clinical Institute, Bucharest, reconfirmed on this special occasion, within the ecosystem of professional conversation, the continuity of the involvement with responsibility in building a growing culture of assessment and measurement in education, research, innovation, and practice.
 

Recognized for his rich training experience, educational and training activity, and scientific research activity, Academician Ioanel Sinescu, was the great master of this significant Symposium, ensuring the right professional tone, introducing well-prepared panelists and keeping the distinguished audience fully engaged. Discussions were lively, allowing the clarification of questions and concerns. Academician Ioanel Sinescu delivered final remarks, closing the Symposium – 37 Years of Renal Transplantation in “Carol Davila” University – by offering a brief summary of the most important conclusions, findings and recommendations.
 

More than a happy coincidence, some years ago, also in June, Academician Ioanel Sinescu and Prof. Dr. Bernd Hallier (who recently participated recently on October 8, 2017 at the Signing ceremony of the TUN EQA Memorandum of Understanding, in Köln at ANUGA: https://www.sanabuna.ro/prof-dr-bernd-hallier-one-health-and-the-tun-eqa-memorandum-of-understanding/ ) had a great conversation which confirmed that history is also a story of great people trying to do good things, innovation coming from connecting ideas.