Dr. Sarah Fürstin von Isenburg is an internationally trained and active specialist for plastic and aesthetic surgery. She is a partner of the Neuhann-Lorenz & Isenburg practice for plastic and aesthetic surgery in Munich. Dr. von Isenburg’s specialties include complete wrinkle treatment, skin rejuvenation with and without ultra-modern laser, eyelid lifting, facial and breast surgery, as well as body shaping procedures and scar treatment.
After studying medicine in Heidelberg and Munich, she obtained her full license to practice medicine at the Technical University of Munich in May 2007. Her doctorate followed in 2009 under the title „Chirurgische Entwicklungen im deutschsprachigen Raum vom Ende des 19. Jahrhunderts (1880) bis zum Beginn des 2. Weltkriegs im heutigen Fachgebiet der Plastischen und Ästhetischen Chirurgie“ at the Medical Faculty of the Technical University of Munich. She began her specialist training in 2008 in the Department of Trauma Surgery at the Munich Schwabing Hospital and completed most of her training at the Clinic for Plastic, Reconstructive, Hand and Burn Surgery at the Bogenhausen Hospital under Prof. Milomir Ninkovic. In January 2014 she acquired the declaration as specialist for plastic and aesthetic surgery.
During her training she participated in numerous international and national congresses and advanced training courses and completed study visits – among others in the USA with Dr. Andrea Pusic, France with Dr. Daniel Marchac and Italy with Dr. Giovanni Botti. She was awarded the EBOPRAS scholarship for science in July 2014.
In addition to numerous lecture activities, she was a member of the board of the IPRAS-TA from 2012 to 2014 and was internationally committed to the education of young plastic surgeons. Through the close cooperation with her mother, she came into contact with plastic and aesthetic surgery at a very early age and has a wealth of experience from a very young age.
Dr. Sarah Fürstin von Isenburg is a pioneer in the field of hypoxia-preconditioned plasma (HYPPP growth factors) for skin and tissue regeneration. Her clinical research interest is especially focused on regeneration possibilities with autologous factors derived from peripheral blood. In 2016, she won the Science4life prize in Berlin as part of the “Emacure project” on wound healing.
She holds the patent for the isolation of growth factors from autologous blood, which is the basis of the HYPPP technology for skin regeneration. In collaboration with PD Dr. Hadjipanayi, she is Co-CEO and co-founder of Cultema GmbH, which distributes the myHYPPP® products.
Prinzessin von Isenburg S, Neuhann-Lorenz C. Cultema GmbH. Compositions comprising adjustable concentrations of growth factors derived from blood serum and clot hypoxia-conditioned medium and methods of their production. WO/2018/065092. 12.04.2018
Hadjipanayi E, Moog P, Bekeran S, Kirchhoff K, Berezhnoi A, Aguirre J. Bauer AT, Kükrek H, Schmauss D, Hopfner U, Isenburg S, Ntziachristos V, Ninkovic M, Machens HG, Schilling AF, Dornseifer U. In Vitro Characterization of Hypoxia Preconditioned Serum (HPS)-Fibrin Hydrogels: Basis for an Injectable Biomimetic Tissue Regeneration Therapy. J Funct Biomater. 2019. J Funct Biomater. 2019 May 13;10(2)
Hadjipanayi E, Kuhn PH, Moog P, Bauer AT, Kuekrek H, Mirzoyan L, Hummel A, Kirchhoff K, Salgin B, Isenburg S, Dornseifer U, Ninkovic M, Machens HG, Schilling AF. The Fibrin Matrix Regulates Angiogenic Responses within the Hemostatic Microenvironment through Biochemical Control. PLOS One. 2015 Aug 28;10(8):e0135618. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0135618. eCollection 2015.
Sebastian Voigt, MD, Peter Niclas Broer, MD, Sarah Lorenz, MD, Milomir Ninkovic, MD, Felix von Spiegel, MD. The Hybrid Approach for Reconstruction of Severely Destructed Lower Eyelids: Combination of Skin Grafting, Temporary Tarsorrhaphy, and Autologous Fat Grafting for Cicatricial Ectropion After Injection of Commercial Grade Silicone. The Journal of Craniofacial Surgery • Volume 26, Number 1, January 2015.
Lorenz S., Hadjipanayi E., Bauer A.T., Salgin B., Hopfner U., Meissner T., Ninkovic M.,
Machens H.G.,.Schilling A.F. First Device for One-Step Harvesting and Delivering Engineered Angiogenic Signaling from Autologous Peripheral Blood. Presented at the 17th IPRAS World Congress. Santiago de Chile, Chile: 24th of February – 1rst of March.
Lorenz S., Adel Rehim S., Khoda B., Hadjipanayi H., De Heinrich A. Survey Results – Plastic Surgery Training in IPRAS Countries. Presented at the 17th IPRAS World Congress. Santiago de Chile, Chile: 24th of February – 1rst of March.
Lorenz S., Adel Rehim S., Khoda B., Hadjipanayi H., Wolf P, De Heinrich A. Survey Results – Plastic Surgery Training in IPRAS Countries. Presented at 1rst IPRAS International Meeting for Trainees. Athens, Greece: 1rst of November 2012.
Ninkovic M., Voigt S., Dornseifer U., Lorenz S., Ninkovic M. Microsurgical advances in extremity salvage. Clinics in Plastic Surgery. Elevier Oct. 2012; 39 (4), pp. 491-505.
Lorenz S., Dornseifer U., Fichter A.M., Stergioula S., Herter F., Ninkovic M. Impact of continuous controlled temperature application on microcirculatory parameters in free tissue transfer. Presented at the 9th IQUAM Consensus Conference. Bratislava, Slovakia: 23rd-26th September 2010 and at the 16th International Conference of the European Society for Clinical Hemorheology and Microcirculation (ESCHM). Munich, Germany: 18th-21rst June 2011.
Lorenz S. 6th Women for Women Camp in Chilmari, Kurigram in the north of Bangladesh. IPRAS Journal 2011 Jan (3): 26
Wolter T.P., Lorenz S., Neuhann-Lorenz C. Aesthetic breast augmentation and thoracic deformities. Aesthetic Plast Surg. 2010 Oct;34(5):612-6.
Lorenz S., Dornseifer U., Herter F., Ninkovic M. Einfluss von kontrolliert, kontinuierlicher Temperaturerhöhung auf Parameter der Mikrozirkulation freier Lappenplastiken. Presented at the 41. Jahrestagung der DGPRÄC. Dresden, Germany: 15th-18th September 2010.
Lorenz S., Sturtz G., Ninkovic M. Approaches of German speaking methods of breast reduction from 1880 – 1939 – its intersections and contribution to today’ s standard techniques. Presented at the 2009 IPRAS Conference. New Delhi, India: 29th November – 3rd December 2009.
Ninkovic M., Lorenz S. Facelift – MACS-Lift und extended MACS-Lift. Haut 01/2009:8-11.
Gakis G., Van Koeveringe G., Raina S., Lorenz S., Rahnama’i M.S., Sievert K.D., Ninkovic M., Stenzl A. Latissimus dorsi detrusor Myoplasty in patients with acontractile Bladder: Long-term results of a multicenter study. Eur Urol Suppl 2009;8(4):302.
Lorenz S., Sturtz G., M. Ninkovic. Beitrag der deutschsprachigen Mammachirurgie, vor dem 2. Weltkrieg zum heutigen Stand etablierter Methoden. Presented at the 40. Jahrestagung der DGPRÄC. Hannover, Germany: 9-12th September 2009.
Lorenz S. German speaking innovations in Plastic and Aesthetic surgery between 1880 and 1939. Presented at the 11th Congress of Italian and American Plastic Surgeons – A MOMENT OF REFLECTION. Bologna, Italy: 25-28 June, 2008.