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Department of Human Anatomy of the State University of Medicine and Pharmacy, named after Nicholas Testemiюanu, Society of Anatomists, histology and embryology during September 20-21 held an international scientific conference devoted to the 100th anniversary of birth of honored scientist, Doctor of Medicine, Professor Boris Perlin. Great help in the organization of the conference and the publication of its materials had KEDEM Jewish Cultural Centre (under the "Hevruta in Moldova" project), which puts the memory of the eminent countryman Bessarabians at the heart of its activities.

Boris Perlin worked in Chisinau medical school for 50 years, 28 years he was the head of the Department of Anatomy, one of its founders, published dozens of articles and monographs. It's amazing how many students he left, many of whom were present in the room and shared memories. Professor, honored worker of science, graduate of 1951 Natalia Kerdivarenko, associate professor, graduate of the 1950 Galina Vinchenko and others. Guest from Israel Alla Heisman (Cabrina) was a graduate of the 1981.

 

"My father - Lazar - worked at the Department of Anatomy, parents were friends with Professor Perlin and his wife Maria”, she said. “I have 18 years of teaching anatomy at Tel Aviv University, and always remember with gratitude my teachers, among whom was the flamboyant Boris Perlin. Having been invited to the conference, of course, I couldn’t not to come."

Associate Professor Tamara M. Titov (she worked with Boris Perlin over 20 years), praised the scientific significance of the conference.
“Interesting reports, interesting subjects of the works”, she said. “The participants were able to exchange ideas, research in many areas of clinical and surgical anatomy.
And most importantly, the conference was a wonderful opportunity to express gratitude to teachers. And it is good that the university has taken care of that students attended the meetings. Interested in the past, to keep the memory of the prominent figures of science and culture - this problem is relevant for all times! Great thanks for the help to the organizers".