JAN H. MEIRING* Department of Anatomy, School of Medicine, Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Pretoria, South Africa Hanno Boon, a talented and valued colleague, passed away, so tragically and untimely, on 13 December 2004. Hanno was born in Kempton Park in South Africa, on 8 June 1970. In 1994 he graduated as medical doctor from the University of Pretoria. After his internship, he completed a degree in 1998 in Family Medicine, MMed (Fam Med), at the same University, while working in the Emergency Rooms of both Pretoria Academic Hospital and Mamelodi Hospital. He joined the Department of Anatomy at the University of Pretoria as lecturer in 1997 and established a research ï¬eld in clinical anatomy, focusing on the underlying anatomy of several invasive procedures and modern imaging techniques, as well as on the clinical anatomical competency of general medical practitioners. During this time he was also a part-time consultant at the Mamelodi Hospital, until the middle of 2004 when he went into part-time private practice. In 2001 he became Associate Professor in the Department of Anatomy and was promoted to full Professor at the end of 2004. He obtained his PhD degree in April 2003 from the
Clinical Anatomy – Wiley
Published: Apr 1, 2005
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