Prof. Dr Naday S. Hakim, the great humanitarian and a friend of Their Royal Highnesses Crown Prince Alexander and Crown Princess Katherine, has been officially inaugurated into the honorary visiting professor of Faculty of Medicine in Belgrade.
At this same ceremony, the new book „Surgery for Benign Oesophageal Disorders“ was officially promoted. One of the chief book editors is Dr Aleksandar P. Simic, chief of Clinic of Digestive Surgery, First Surgical Clinic of Clinical Center of Serbia, extraordinary professor on Department of Surgery at Medical Faculty of Belgrade University and the member of Royal Medical Board of Foundation of Princess Katherine, and the book was materialized with the great help of Prof. Dr Naday S. Hakim who is also the chief editor of the edition. Publisher is world known publishing house ”World scientific“ from London.
Prof. Nadey Hakim is the world renowned professor of transplantational surgery on Imperial College and the director of transplantational center in Hammersmith Hospital in London. Within the promotion in Ceremonial Hall of Decanate of Faculty of Medicine, besides Professor Hakim and professor Simic, also academician Nebojsa Lalic, dean of Faculty of Medicine, and the authors academician Predrag Pesko and assistant Dr Ognjan Skrobic, addressed to the present audience.
Prof. Nadey Hakim is also known as the president of transplantational board and vice-president of Royal Society, as well as the vice-president of International Academy of Medical Sciences. Professor Hakim was, during his professional work, mostly specialized in area of transplantational and bariatric surgery. With over 35 years of surgical experience, he has performed more than 2,000 transplantations. In 1995 in NHS St. Mary’s Hospital he performed the first pancreas transplantation in London.
It is interesting that professor Hakim is engaged in sculpting, and on the occasion of humanitarian auction of paintings and dresses which took place in London on February 2017, he paid respect to HRH Crown Prince Alexander by giving him his portrait sculpture as a present.

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