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    6 Марта 2012
    IKBFU’s delegation visits the University of Lübeck

    At the invitation of administration of University of Lübeck (Germany), IKBFU’s delegation got acquainted with the implementation of research and training programmes in the fields of biology and medicine at the partner university. The delegation included the dean of the Faculty of Bioecology, Prof. V.P. Dedkov, the Dean of the Faculty of Medicine, Prof. S.V. Korenev, and the head of the Department of Basic Medicine, Prof. V.A. Izranov.

    At the invitation of administration of University of Lübeck (Germany), IKBFU’s delegation got acquainted with the implementation of research and training programmes in the fields of biology and medicine at the partner university. The delegation included the dean of the Faculty of Bioecology, Prof. V.P. Dedkov, the Dean of the Faculty of Medicine, Prof. S.V. Korenev, and the head of the Department of Basic Medicine, Prof. V.A. Izranov.

    The University of Lübeck attracts much interest being one of the youngest and rapidly developing universities of Germany. Its research priorities are medicine, bioecology, and robotics. The location of Lübeck at the Baltic Sea makes it possible to formulate congruous tasks in the field of environment protection and studies on the influence of marine climate on human health.

    IKBFU’s delegation was welcomed by the president of university Dr. Peter Dominiak and the vice-president Enno Hartmann. The visit saw the signing of an agreement for cooperation between the two universities in the fields of bioecology and medicine. Moreover, IKBFU’s delegation visited the training and research units of university, got acquainted with the work of university’s teaching hospital, and visited lectures in the anatomicum.

    As Prof. Sergey Korenev emphasised, “we were warmly welcomed by the university’s administration, the programme was very exciting. Since we hardly had any free time and spent long hours talking to our colleagues, we could reach an agreement on many “local” projects in the fields of medical training, bioecology, anatomy, cardiology, and internships for Kaliningrad and German students. We hope that our cooperation with German colleagues will continue