Science

Laser tweezer and femtolaser – Nobel Prize winning technologies at Semmelweis University

“How is DNA ejected from the virus during the infectious process and what is the correlation between cardiomyopathy and titin protein mutation?” These are only a few of the main areas of research at the Department of Biophysics and Radiation …

Research on the effects of nutrition on ADHD

The Department of Psychiatry and Psychotherapy, member of the Eat2be NICE project together with 17 other European healthcare institutions, is doing research on the link between nutrition, lifestyle and mental health. The project is part of the Horizon 2020 (H2020) …

European Pharmaceutical Drug Development Meeting Held at Semmelweis University

Semmelweis University organised and held the European meeting of the International Federation of Associations of Pharmaceutical Physicians (IFAPP), representing around 7,000 pharmaceutical development professionals, concerning the topic of pharmaceutical medicine. The event was especially significant because it was hosted in …

Dr. Scott David Solomon delivered a lecture at the Heart and Vascular Centre

Dr. Scott David Solomon, world-renowned professor of cardiology at Harvard University gave a lecture at the Heart and Vascular Centre, one day before the Doctor Honoris Causa ceremony , where he received an honorary doctor title at Semmelweis University. During the event organized by …

Symposium on complex drugs takes place for the third time

The substitutability of biological and non-biological complex drugs, that is, the examination and regulation of biosimilarity following the patent expiration of the products, was one of the main topics of the international conference on drug research, which was organized for …

Institute of Medical Microbiology celebrates its 70th anniversary

In celebration of the Institute of Medical Microbiology turning 70 years old, a ceremony was held in the Great Hall of the Nagyvárad Tér Theoretical Building. After the historical review by Dr. Dóra Szabó, Director of the Institute, Dr. István …

More than 320 registered participants at the 27th Semmelweis Symposium

More than 320 participants from all over Hungary and 14 foreign countries registered for Semmelweis Symposium, which is Semmelweis University’s most prestigious international scientific event and was held for the 27th time this year. At the opening ceremony, Dr. Béla …

European innovations for smart aging – Semmelweis University participated in training of start-up companies

Those over the age of 50 would be helped by innovative health services and products from start-up companies that have been trained in the successful launch of their products under the EIT Health international consortium. The participants of the programme …

Semmelweis Symposium 2018: Focus on new challenges in personalized medicine

The 2018 Semmelweis Symposium, entitled The new challenges of personalized medicine: from prenatal tests to targeted tumour therapy, will be held on 8-9 November at the Basic Medical Science Centre. The main organizer of this year’s programme is the 1st …

Innovation Day: by increasing the innovation potential, the university can be further developed

Innovation Day was held for the fourth time at the university, opened by Dr. Péter Ferdinandy, Vice-Rector for Scientific Affairs and Innovation, and Dr. Károly Szász, Chancellor. Following the professional lectures, this year’s Innovation Awards were conferred in the three …