Radovan Hudák, MD
Radovan Hudák, MD
managing editor and author
Physician at the Department of pediatric and adult orthopedics and traumatology of the 2nd Faculty of Medicine, Charles University, University Hospital Motol, Prague, Czech Republic; Assistant at the Institute of Anatomy, 2nd Faculty of Medicine, Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic

Impossible – what is it? For everyone it's different, and that's the problem. When I was at elementary school, I loved basketball so much that I wanted to play it professionally. I was told I could not make it, but I did not believe them. I went to Košice for sports grammar school and I played junior extraliga. Then I wanted to go from a sports school in the eastern Slovakia to the 2nd Medical Faculty of Charles University in Prague and once again, everybody laughed at me, that I cannot make it. Once again, I worked hard, and I made it. When I was putting together the team of Memorix Anatomy five years ago, I only smiled when someone said that what we want to do is virtually impossible. Because what is impossible? Just what does not motivate us to create the "possible". I'm filling my dreams, no matter how real they are for others, and that's what I want. Believe in yourself, work hard, and you can even make the impossible work.

(foreword from the beginning of first edition of Memorix Histology)