Trainees, Researchers, Doctors, and everyone that has visited our facility agrees that M.A.R.C. Institute is one of the best facilities of its kind with state of the art equipment. Our staff provides quality service and efficient administrative support, and we work together to give the best service.

Posted by Dr. Rolando Garcia Chairman of Aesculap

“The facility is outstanding, the staff is friendly and professional. State of the art equipment both from an audiovisual standpoint as well as from a cadaveric lab standpoint, has exceeded my expectations. I look forward to working at the MARC and with their staff for years to come!”

Dr. Garcia, Orthopedic Spine Surgeon (attending meetings at the MARC for 8 years) 

Posted by Janet Mahaffey Program Manager at Aesculap M.A.R.C.

“The staff at the MARC are beyond excellent. They provide terrific administrative support and are always flexible to our company needs".

“We have always had an excellent experience, starting with the planning process. The ease of scheduling our events, equipment and conference room availability, as well as the state of the art auditorium, enhances our training experiences".

I am currently working in the Aesculap Academy as a Programs Manager for 13 years.  I enjoy the interaction with marketing, surgeons and lab personnel.  One of my favorite parts about working at Aesculap is knowing that the products we make affect and help so many people. What we do is important, and not everyone can say that.

My job keeps me on my toes. I like knowing I can have a positive impact on both Aesculap, surgeons and the employees I work with daily. I am the eyes, ears and voice for the company and our employees – and I pride myself in ensuring everyone is given the tools to be successful. Working toward that goal makes me want to work harder in everything I do.

To me, each day working at Aesculap provides me with new challenges and new things to discover. 

On a daily basis, I create new processes to help make our team more productive. It’s saving a person’s life – our company’s vision – and our values that first sold me on Aesculap. And when I came on board, I realized they weren’t just words on a wall, but ones we live by. Working toward that goal, and having our team by my side, is what makes work more than just a job.

It’s unique to work for an organization that shares the same values I believe in, and I take pride in working here. 

Posted by Dr. Diego Gonzalez Rivas Thoracic Surgeon

“Hello, we are in Miami at the MARC Center, we are conducting a course with cadaveric models to teach different techniques. This was an outstanding course and I believe that all of the trainees have learned a lot during the past few days.”

Dr. Diego Gonzalez Rivas is a graduate of Santiago de Compostela University and the College of Physicians & Surgeons of Coruña University (MD). He received training in General Surgery, Thoracic Surgery, and lung transplantation at Coruña University Hospital.

He is currently Thoracic Surgeon in Coruña University Center and an active member of lung transplantation program. He is the creator of minimally invasive thoracic surgery Unit working at Coruña hospital, Quiron Hospital, San Rafael and Modelo medical center. He was pioneer surgeon in the world performing uniportal VATS lobectomies (first case in June 2010) and he has published several papers describing this procedure and the results in the most important medical journals and textbooks of thoracic surgery. Course developed by Medical Systems International 



Posted by Dr. Rodney Landreneau Thoracic Surgeon

“The MARC facility is wonderful and I could not recommend more highly this venue, and educational circumstance for surgeons to hone in on and improve their surgical dexterity for new and innovative procedures".

“This is a wonderful facility, great reputation of enhanced anatomic dissection, using cadavers, for a number of different surgical specialties, neuro surgery, oral surgery, orthopedics, and now general and thoracic surgery. The staff here is wonderful, they were receptive of all our needs, they were greatly prepared for our needs and the anatomic specimen, were excellent".

Dr Rodney J. Landreneau is a nationally renounced thoracic surgeon known for his expertise in the treatment of advanced diseases of the lung and esophagus. He is affiliated with the Landreneau Thoracic Surgical Associates, P.C.. He directed the lung cancer program at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center and he performed the world’s first minimally invasive lung resection. Course developed by Medical Systems International 




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Medical Systems International (MSI) is honored to have developed educational medical programs in conjunction with Miami Anatomical Research Center (M.A.R.C.) for the numerous years.

MSI has been providing Medical Education (International / National / Regional) for physicians, medical students, and other health care professionals within state of the art technology advanced institutions.

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Some medical procedures should be first taught in cadavers in order to avoid future injuries in patients during a procedure. It protects the patients from injuries and doctors from medical errors. The cadaver is irreplaceable, even when students use an atlas book. Most atlas book are made of drawings, they don’t replace the reality of the cadaver. Books offer a 2D vision of the anatomy, and the cadavers offer a 3D vision and also many other learning opportunities. Training medical procedures in fresh frozen cadavers is something that can contribute for a fast professional growing. After having procedures done in well preserved specimens they can be dissected to check the range and accuracy of your treatment. This is something impossible to do in patients.

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