Eur J Plast Surg (2002) 25:65 DOI 10.1007/s00238-002-0358-8 EDIT ORIAL Ian T. Jackson Published online: 24 May 2002 © Springer-Verlag 2002 Daniel Marchac has been awarded the Legion d’Hon- Possibly, however, his greatest accomplishment is the neur. As a friend, I am absolutely delighted, and it is cer- role he played in the establishment of the European As- tainly an honor well deserved. It is almost unnecessary sociation of Plastic Surgeons (EURAPS). He worked to recount why this is deserved, certainly to his contem- tirelessly to achieve this. I believe at that time he was re- poraries and trainees. However, some may be less aware alizing a dream he had had for many years. of what he has contributed to our specialty. He has many other attributes and has received many Daniel was one of Paul Tessier’s first assistants. He other well-deserved, distinguished, national and interna- absorbed the master’s work and philosophy. Subsequent- tional awards. However, this is the pinnacle. ly he became one of the leaders in the second wave of I join with the European Journal of Plastic Surgery craniofacial surgeons. With his neurosurgeon and friend, and all of its subscribers in congratulating Daniel on re- Paul Renier, he developed many new techniques for the ceiving this ultimate honor from his own country. treatment of craniofacial deformity of all kinds. In addi- For myself, I have known Daniel since we were train- tion to this, he is an accomplished aesthetic surgeon and ees. We have traveled together, argued emotionally about has published prolifically in both areas. craniofacial surgery, and enjoyed a great deal of food and wine. I have always admired him as a surgeon and as a man. It is with great pleasure that I have written this small I.T. Jackson ( ) Editor-in-Chief tribute to him.
European Journal of Plastic Surgery – Springer Journals
Published: Jun 1, 2002
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