Siberian State Medical University (SSMU) has been included in the list of universities selected by the government to export Russian education. All in all, there are 39 universities that will be the first to implement the programs assigned by the project.
Students and scientists from Yekaterinburg, Kazan, Chelyabinsk, Omsk, Krasnoyarsk and Novosibirsk medical schools began their studies at the Engloholics summer school on academic writing and public health, which will be held from July 20 to July 31, 2017.
Sergey Vtorushin, Vice-rector for extracurricular and social work, D. Med. Science, professor of Division of pathological anatomy, took part in Russian Medical Education Fair which was organized by “Study Abroad” and “Russian Centre of Science and Culture” in India.
Tomsk State University (TSU), Siberian State Medical University (SSMU) and University of Maastricht (UM) signed the Agreement to set up a Public Health Center in Tomsk. This is the first Public Health Center in Russia. The center will focus on comprehensive study of health problems and healthcare innovations. Besides, the center is going to work together with mass media in order to positively influence public perception of new treatment methods
The First Conducted Study in Russia Dictated to Cerebral Affections Caused by Cancer is Hold in SSMU
The scientists of the Siberian State Medical University (SSMU) in Tomsk for the first time in Russia began the large-scale study of cerebral affections caused by breast cancer, in the course of which the diagnostic criteria will be developed
Eugene Ripp, the chief of Medical Simulation, qualification and certification Center of SSMU presented the report «Innovation That Makes A BLS / AED Course More Available And Effective» at the largest annual international healthcare simulation center «International Meeting on Simulation in Healthcare (IMSH)», which took place in Orlando, Florida (USA). He was the only speaker from Russia among 3,347 professionals from 52 countries participated in the congress
Over a Year More Than 500 People in Tomsk Did Training in Emergency Medical Services Provided by the "Arctic Medical Training" Center
Michael Sonkin, the Vice-Governor of the Tomsk Region on scientific and educational complex and Innovation Policy, and Vladimir Kravchenko, a member of the Federation Council of Federal Assembly of the Tomsk region visited the "Arctic Medical Training" simulation center
At Siberian state medical university scientists are developing juvenile idiopathic arthritis (JIA) score in relation to magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). It is considered that MRI is an optimal research method for this pediatric disease since it doesn’t emit damaging ionizing radiation and allows to diagnose the disease at an early stage