Svend Schulze has been Chief Surgeon of 3 different surgical departments for 20 years, and he is presently Head of Gastroenterological Unit (incl. medical gastroenterolgy and general surgery), Hvidovre University Hospital, Hvidovre, Denmark. His medical dissertation, in 1993, was on humoral and neural mediators of the systemic response to surgery. Schulze published 126 scientific papers, the majority of which deals with surgical pathophysiology, minimally invasive surgery, endoscopy, and common surgical problems. He is coeditor of a Dansih textbook of internal medicine and surgery, chief editor of a similar book for nurses, and author of sevral book chapters on surgical pathophysiology and gastroenterology, biliary disease and communication. Schulze has been chief editor for Danish medical bulletin, Coeditor at the Dansih Medical Journal, a Memeber of the Dansih Surgical Society (1997-1009), and President of the Society 2006-2008. He is also a Member of the National Institute for Evaluation of Failures in the Secondary Health System in Denmark (Patientforsikringen), since 2003. Schulze has arranged several courses and symposia on laparoscopic surgery (primarily laparoscopic ventral hernitomy (4 Nordic symposia), laparoscopic colorectal surgery, and baeriatric surgery), and he has large surgical experience in these areas, besides all aspects on treatment of gallbladder diseases.
Biography Updated on 8 December 2010