Samalavicius Narimantas Evaldas, Prof.Hab.dr.,MD
Specialization: Coloproctology, abdominal surgery
Medical Diagnostic and Treatment Centre


1984-1990 - Vilnius University, Faculty of Medicine, Doctor of Medicine
1990-1994 - Vilnius University, Faculty of Medicine, residency in General Surgery
1999 - defended thesis for the Candidate of Medical Sciences degree
2006 - habilitation at the Vilnius University
Trainings at the international congresses and medical centres of USA, Germany, Austria, Spain, Thailand, Sweden, Finland, France, England, etc.

Profesional experience:

Since 2007  - coloproctologist, abdominal surgeon at Medical Diagnostic and Treatment Centre

Head of Surgery Clinic of the Institute of Oncology, Vilnius University

Scientific activity:

Lectured at the Vilnius University, in the Gastroenterology, Nephrology and Surgery, Therapy and Oncology Clinics 
Lecturer of many professional conferences, both in Lithuania and abroad
Author of over 200 scientific publications and lectures
In the past, held the position of Chief of Coloproctology Department of the Vilnius University Red Cross Hospital


Member and Regional Vice-President in charge of Lithuanian branch of the International Society of the University Colon and Rectal Surgeons, former Deputy Director of International Affairs

Board Member of the Vilnius Association of SurgeonsMember of the Lithuanian Society of Endoscopy SpecialistsPerson in charge of the Lithuanian branch of Leeds Castle Polyposis Group (cancer research organization)Member of the Lithuanian Minimally Invasive Surgery SocietyMember and former President of the Lithuanian Society of ColoproctologistsMember and the Lithuanian Association of GastroenterologyMember of the European Society of ColoproctologyResearch Assistant at the International Cancer Control Society

Twice awarded the researcher's prize in Switzerland (1998) and Australia (1999); received the award of the International Society of Surgery in South Africa (2003), award of the International Union Against Cancer in Iran (2004), European School of Oncology award in London (2005), and award of the American Society of Colon and Rectal Surgeons in the U.S. (2006).