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Andrei Slavici's interest in medicine was sparked by his aunt, a cardiologist, at a very early age. His fascination with surgery started at the age of five when he remembers visiting an operating room where he watched a live surgery from an viewing gallery above. Throughout school he was interested in mathematics, physics and informatics, so after graduation he studied IT at the Technical University in Munich. After a few years there he followed his early passion for surgery and enrolled in medical school at Goethe University in Frankfurt in 2007.
As a medical student Andrei joined the Frankfurt Initiative for Regenerative Medicine at the Goethe University in early 2012, where his research focus is limb tissue development and regeneration. Specifically mamalian regeneratian in in-vivo models as it realted to clinical applications.
|1994 – 2006||Primary, secondary and tertiary school at N. Lenau School in Timisoara, ROU|
|2006 – 2007||Information Technology at Tecnical University, Munich|
|2007 – 2009||Med School, Preclinical Part at J.W. Goethe University, Frankfurt/Main|
|2009 – 2011||Med School, Clinical Part at J.W. Goethe University, Frankfurt/Main|
|08.2011 – 02.2012||Research Semester at FIRM|
- Effects of electrical stimulation on rat limb regeneration, a new look at an old model. – Liudmila Leppik, Andrei Slavici, Dara Froemel, Zachri N Ovadia, Lukasz Hudak, Dirk Henrich, Ingo Marzi, and John H. Barker, Sci. Rep. (2015) 5, 18353; DOI: 10.1038/srep18353.
Andrei Slavici has taken part in numerous clinical internships in General Surgery, Trauma Surgery, Orthopaedics, Traumatology and Urology. Since October 2010 he has been working in the Friedrichsheim Orthopedic University Hospital as a surgical assistant.
Since his third semester of medical school Andrei has been a tutor and preparator in Anatomy courses and has served as the direct supervisor of numerous course attendees.
Andrei is an avid sports- and outdoorsman, and enjoys swimming, fitness, bouldering and snowboarding. When not working, studying or punishing his body in sports he enjoys reading (science fiction), video games and torturing everybody in the karaoke bar with his singing voice.