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Marisa Manzano Surroca

Marisa Manzano, plastic surgeon in the SJD Barcelona Children's Hospital.

Marisa Manzano Surroca

Languages:
Spanish, French, English and Russian

You'll find me in

Women's area
Plastic and reconstructive surgeon
Expert in:
Mammary pathology in adult women and child and adolescent pathology in boys and girls, pathology of soft and cutaneous tissues, oculoplastics

Languages:
Spanish, French, English and Russian

I work as a plastic, restorative and cosmetic surgeon and my specialty is breast and soft tissue pathology. One of my goals is to turn the Hospital into a reference center for research and treatment of these diseases. The most comforting part of my profession is knowing that my work helps children and adolescents to develop as well as possible.

You'll find me in

Women's area

Education

  • European Master in surgical, reconstructive and cosmetic Oncological Surgery. Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, 2016-2018.
  • Patient Safety Certificate Program through the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine Postgraduate Institute (United States), 2018.
  • Stem cells and regenerative biology; Harvard Extension School, 2012.
  • Postgraduate certificate in the first online course on Mammary Ultrasound, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, 2010.
  • Diploma of competence of Laser Medicine and Surgery of CEC of the Official Col·legi de Metges de Barcelona (Official Association of Physicians of Barcelona - COMB), 2004 - 2005.
  • Doctoral courses in Surgical Dermatology. Universidad Complutense de Madrid, 1995.
  • Participation in more than 70 national and international courses, congresses and seminars.

International experience

  • Observership at Boston Children’s Hospital (United States) in 2014 and 2018.
  • Clinical practice in England in Harley Street (London); General Medical Council, United Kingdom.
  • Observership in the surgery programme of Brackenridge Hospital in Austin (United States), 1993.
  • Internal Medicine Department of Molinette Hospital. Turin (Italy), 1991.

Scientific activity