Three decades, 643 life-changing procedures at the university – 30 years of heart transplantation in Hungary
In our article, we also present the transplant recipient who received a new heart the longest time ago.
Workers of the Department of Pulmonology and the Directorate of Security Service receive Semmelweis Hero Awards
2022. January 27.
Nearly 100 staff members received the award, which includes a certificate and a porcelain plaque.
First German-Hungarian health sciences translator and interpreter course starts at Semmelweis University
2022. January 26.
The postgraduate course will start in February 2022 at the Department of Languages for Specific Purposes.
Pig heart implant as xenograft transplantation
2022. January 24.
A summary on the medical aspects of transplanting a genetically modified pig heart.
Semmelweis University Foundation to buy special electric beds from Lidl’s HUF 38 million donation
2022. January 21.
The donation was accepted on behalf of the foundation by Rector Dr. Béla Merkely from Jenő Grósz, Chairman of the Board of Lidl Hungary.
QR code system helps student feedback on teaching at Semmelweis University
2022. January 17.
After lectures and practices at the university, the system is increasingly being used to provide immediate feedback.
Student spaces at the Department of Pulmonology renewed
2022. January 13.
As part of the development, a new locker room, washroom block and an office space supporting education were established.
Faster and more precise diagnosis made possible by the new CT scanner at Semmelweis University
2022. January 12.
The device uses photon counting technology to display detailed images and the radiation dose is also reduced by almost 50%.
Dr. István Szabó: I would like to bring academic excellence to the market as a kind of producer
2022. January 12.
The director has been heading the new RDI Business Development Center since June.
Science and Business Salon – focusing on scientific communication
2022. January 11.
Those interested were able to gain insight on how to present scientific research in an enjoyable way.