Eva Amerstorfer (MD) is a staff paediatric surgeon, working with Prof. Holger Till at the Department of
Paediatric and Adolescent Surgery at the Medical University of Graz, Austria.
She graduated in Medicine at the Medical University of Graz in 2007, starting her training in paediatric
surgery at the Department of Paediatric and Adolescent Surgery in Graz in 2008 under the leadership of
Prof. Michael Höllwarth. During her paediatric surgical training she also worked for a few months with Prof. Risto Rintala at the Children’s Hospital, Helsinki University Central Hospital, in Finland. Based on her interest in neonatal and colorectal surgery she managed patients with anorectal malformations during her residency. In April 2016 she became a board certified paediatric surgeon. Supported by Prof. Holger Till she founded an internal interdisciplinary ARM team for patients with anorectal malformations or Hirschsprung’s disease, including experts of paediatric radiology, paediatric pathology, neurosurgeons and a specific unit for
functional anorectal assessment.

“I am honoured to be a member of the ARM-Net Consortium. The ARM-Net Consortiums provides a great
opportunity to exchange experiences and knowledge among leading centres of Paediatric Surgery in Europe
and promotes research in the field of anorectal malformations in order to improve care and management of
our patients.”