In memoriam of Sir Ken Robinson organized by University of Szeged
Last year in December the world’s smallest leadless pacemaker was implanted at the Albert Szent-Györgyi Health Center (SZTE SZAKK), Division of Electrophysiology, Department of Internal Medicine of the University of Szeged. Assistant professor Máté Vámos, M.D. Ph.D., who performed the procedure believes, that this expensive miniature device which now can only be implanted in exceptional cases, will be available for more candidate patients from 2021.
The focus of the course is on intercultural communication under which French and Hungarian students can cooperate.
The University of Szeged is going through an operative transformation. This model change means that the currently state-run university will continue as an institution sustained by a state-established foundation.
For developing the vaccine that plays key role in the fight against the Covid-19 pandemic, Dr. Katalin Karikó is receiving the prestigious Doctor Honoris Causa title from the University of Szeged. The Senate of the University of Szeged unanimously supported the decision to award the Alumna who received both her Biology and Doctoral degree at the old József Attila University of Szeged.
SZTE and it’s EUGLOH partner Alliance, the Swedish University of Lund are organizing an E-conference on Policies and Definitions of Underrepresented Groups on 19. January 2021 at 13.00 (CET). One of the main goals of the Alliance is to form an international campus with unified and equal rights and opportunities for all students and staff.
A new type of messenger RNA based method is the most promising in coronavirus vaccine development.