Invitation to Guest Lectures
The Department of Clinical Pharmacy and Biopharmacy and the Department of Pediatric Anesthesiology and Intensive Therapy Poznan University of Medical Science have a pleasure to invite to the lectures delivered by Poznan University of Medical Science Visiting Professor Dick Tibboel from Erasmus Children’s Hospital, Rotterdam.
1. Analgosedation do we really know how to dose and which drug is optimal?
Hall no. 116 im. Chróściejowskich, Karol Jonscher Clinical Hospital
12.05.2015, Tuesday, 10.30 – 11.30
2. Evidence based pharmacotherapy in critically ill children a new Horizon.
PUMS Congress Center, 37 a Przybyszewskiego Street
12.05.2015, Tuesday, 12.00 – 13.00
3. Lecture for nurses, pharmacists and doctors: How to conduct trials?
Hall no. 120 Karol Jonscher Clinical Hospital
13.05.2015, Wednesday, 9.15 – 10.00
Prof. dr Dick Tibboel is a Medical Director of Intensive Care and a Director
of Research Erasmus MC – Sophia Children’s Hospital in Rotterdam. His medical specialty is Pediatrics. He is an author of more than 600 manuscripts, especially in the field of clinical pharmacology, pediatric intensive care and PKPD modelling of pediatric drugs. In his work he cooperates with pharmacologists and has got great experience in planning, conducting and supervising of clinical trials.
Prof. Dick Tibboel is also an author and a supervisor of many European grants.
The new agreement with San Pedro University
We are happy to inform that on 4 March 2015 was signed the inter-institutional agreement with the University of San Pedro in Chimbote (Peru).
The signed agreement enables the exchange of teachers and students and opens possibility of joint teaching and research initiatives. This is the first agreement with Peru, and 48th formal cooperation agreement with a foreign university.
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Photo: Rector Prof. Jose Maria Hauman Ruiz and Rector Prof. Jacek Wysocki during the agreement signing.
Opened lectures within the JM Fulbright Foundation
We invite students and staff of our University to participate in the lectures on 17 March 2015
1. "Modifying biological function by using conformational trapping synthetic antibodies," Prof. Anthony Kossiakoff, lecture at 14.00 -15.15 in the Small Hall at the Faculty of Biology, Adam Mickiewicz University (Morasko Campus, ul.Umultowska 89)
2. "Elucidating the mechanism of neurotransmitter release," Prof. Jose Rizo-Rey, lecture in the chair. 15.15-16.30 in the Small Hall at the Faculty of Biology, Adam Mickiewicz University (Morasko Campus, ul. Umultowska 89)
3. "Interaction Between Innate and Adaptive Immunity in the Pathogenesis of Sjogren's Syndrome", Prof. Umesh S Desmukh, lecture in the chair. 15.00-16.30 in the Poznań Branch of the Polish Academy of Sciences (Room 312), ul. H. Wieniawskiego 17/19.
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ERASMUS CHARTER FOR HIGHER EDUCATION (ECHE)
We are very happy to inform that our University got confirmation from the European Commission that it received the Erasmus Charter for Higher Education. It is great news that positively rated our University in the competition of the European Commission.
Upon receipt of the ECHE our University keeps permission to participate in all educational competitions co-financed by European Union funds - ERASMUS+, which will replace the LLP ERASMUS . Under this program, our students and staff will still be able to benefit from mobility opportunities.
"European Training and Research in Peritoneal Dialysis" - EU Marie-Curie Initial Training Network
Department of Pathophysiology of the Poznan University of Medical Sciences has long been involved in research in the field of peritoneal dialysis. As such, it has been recently awarded an educational grant 'European Training and Research in Peritoneal Dialysis' (EuTRiPD) within the FP7 Marie Curie Initial Training Network.
In the frame of this programme, Department of Pathophysiology of the Poznan University of Medical Sciences (PUMS) invites applications for an open Marie Curie ESR fellowship.
The EuTRiPD network will provide a unique opportunity for a total of 12 researchers in early stages of their careers to study emerging research topics in the field of peritoneal dialysis and receive training to enhance their research skills, under the prestigious scheme of a Marie Curie Initial Training Network.
A fellow to be recruited will be employed under full-time fixed-term contracts with full social security coverage and all benefits in accordance to Marie Curie ITN fellowship regulations (highly competitive remuneration plus allowances for living and mobility expenses). Early Stage Researchers will register to read for a doctoral degree in medical sciences in the Faculty of Medicine of the Poznan University of Medical Sciences. The duration of the fellowship is 36 months.
Short project description: PUMS has pioneered research on senescence of peritoneal mesothelial cells and demonstrated that chronic exposure to high glucose - a key component of currently used PD fluids - results in premature and accelerated senescence of mesothelial cells under in vitro conditions. The phenotype of senescence was found to be associated with increased production of mediators that may contribute to peritoneal membrane dysfunction. The goal of the project will be to further characterize the responses of senescent mesothelial cells to PD fluids using global profiling of gene and protein expression. The senescent fingerprint will also be assessed in cells undergoing epithelial-to-mesenchymal transition, in cells obtained from animals treated with experimental PD, and in the human clinical material from peritoneal biopsies.
Wprowadził : Bożena Raducha.
Zapisano : 29-04-2015 07:55
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