"Register for this Breast Oncoplasty Workshop to learn from the pioneers in Plastic and Oncoplastic Breast Surgery. The workshop aims to provide Level I and II Oncoplastic Surgery Training and Benign Breast Disease".

About ISOS

ISOS is comprised of renowned faculty from Association of Breast Surgeons, U.K., University of East Anglia, U.K. and India.

International School of Oncoplastic Surgery (ISOS) was founded by Dr. Chaitanyanand Koppiker, with an aim to fill the existing gaps in surgical training in the niche field of Oncoplastic Breast Surgery. Dr. Koppiker is a renowned breast surgeon and one of the pioneers of Breast Oncoplasty in India.

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Programme Highlights

  • Surgical Simulations on Synthetic Models.
  • Surgical Mark-up with Live Models.
  • Multi-disciplinary Tumour Board by National and International Faculty.
  • Virtual Live Surgical Training Sessions on Oncoplastic Technique.
  • Lectures on Breast Oncoplastic Breast Conservation Surgery, Benign Breast Diseases

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Contact Us

  • Jehangir Hospital 32, Sasoon Road Opposite Railway Station, Central Excise Colony, Sangamvadi, Pune, Maharashtra 411001

About Pune

About Pune

Famously known as the Oxford of the East, Pune hosts a vibrant and talented youth culture from all around the world. Pune surrounded by the Western Ghats is the second largest city in the state of Maharashtra and invites every academic for an intellectual retreat. The latest addition on the 100 smart cities in India, placed at just a 3 hour drive from Mumbai, Pune has culminated into a hub for business, IT and higher studies due to its geographical location. It is hailed as the cultural capital of Maharashtra aside being the eight largest metropolis in India. Once the centre of power of the Maratha Empire, in recent years Pune has developed strong educational infrastructure and fostered talented young minds in diversified fields of study. Thus, it is a city of many opportunities and cultures.


Pune has a tropical wet and dry climate with average temperatures ranging between 20 to 28 °C (68 to 82 °F) in September. September is the last month of monsoon. Heavy rainfall is expected in 2017. Hence the participants are requested to carry raincoats and umbrellas.