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STED microscope introduced at the Department of Biophysics and Radiation Biology

A STED super-resolution microscope, combinable with two-photon generation, has been introduced at the Department of Biophysics and Radiation Biology. The laboratory functions as a professional and intellectual workshop: the research conducted here involves diseases which are in national and international …

Application developed for diabetics by a student of Semmelweis University

Károly Havlik, 4th-year medical student of Semmelweis University, winner of the Hungarian round of Falling Walls Lab, will compete with nearly 200 contestants from 56 countries in the finals of the international innovation competition. His project, which he developed with …

The first diaphragm pacemaker grafting was done in Hungary

The 5-year-old boy, who has undergone the diaphragm pacemaker grafting for the first time in Hungary, needed artificial respiration continuously at night. Dr. Béla Merkely, Rector of Semmelweis University, claimed that the innovative intervention seldom happens in Europe. Dr. Attila …

Semmelweis memorial year: Festive scientific symposium and statue unveiling

At one of the most important events of the Ignác Semmelweis memorial year in honour of the 200th anniversary of the birth of Semmelweis, at the Festive Scientific Symposium held in the Theoretical Block of Semmelweis University at Nagyvárad tér, …

The greatest challenges of health care were discussed at the EHMA conference

On the first day of the conference Reinier Schlatmann, CEO of Philips, Dr. Usman Khan, CEO of European Health Management Association and Dr. Miklós Szócska, Director of the Health Services Management Training Centre (EMK) welcomed the participants. Dr. Miklós Szócska …

New PET-CT at Semmelweis University

The PET-CT can be the main pillar of the unique translational research centre in the Central European region that will be used at Semmelweis University in the near future in examining large animal models. The acquisition of the imaging tool …

Japanese, Polish and Hungarian surgeons met at the Semmelweis Symposium in Budapest

The third “Triangle” Scientific Symposium of the Japan-Hungary-Poland Surgical Society, which was also the eighth Japanese-Hungarian scientific meeting, was held at the Stefánia Palace in Budapest. The event, which was part of the Semmelweis Memorial Year Programme Series, was given the …

Dr. Attila Mócsai elected member of Academia Europaea

Academia Europaea (AE), which associates the most respected European scientists, selected Dr. Attila Mócsai, professor of Department of Physiology of Faculty of Medicine and doctor of MTA (Hungarian Academy of Sciences) among its members. The leader of the Inflammation Physiology …

Video series: Researchers at Semmelweis University 2

In the latest short film series of Semmelweis University, ten university researchers present their everyday lives, talk about some interesting stages in their career, or about what it means to be a member of Semmelweis University. In the following four …

188 presentations and posters at PhD Scientific Days

As part of the traditional spring scientific programs of Semmelweis University, at the 2018 PhD Scientific Days 188 PhD students of the seven PhD Schools introduced their latest research and clinical results in eight presentation- and eight poster sections. This …

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