Tag Archives: cross-border cooperation

Ternopil State Medical University develops joint projects with Polish colleagues in the area of functional rehabilitation

Representatives of the Polish functional rehabilitation center VOTUM (Kraków), its president Paweł Adamkiewicz, lawyer Joan Wan and Przemysław Szczygłowski met on September 2oth with the rector of Ternopil State Medical University, Professor Mykhaylo Korda to develop cooperation initiatives . The guests shared that a Polish-Ukrainian rehabilitation center has already opened in Ivano-Frankivsk. There  patients with severe neurological diseases and injuries can undergo rehabilitation on outpatient basis. This institution also helps ATO soldiers improve their health. It employs highly qualified specialists such as orthopedists, physical therapists, Read more →

Ternopil State Medical University will develop joint research projects with Polish colleagues

A delegation of scientists and medical doctors from the Republic of Poland, including vice president of the medical center «Horizon» Andrzej Komor, representative of the Center for biological and chemical sciences of the University of Warsaw, Dr. Zbigniew Rogulski and co-owner of the Innovation Center Global GMP Marek Marchliński on 17 September met with the rector of Ternopil State medical University, professor Mykhaylo Korda to develop cooperation directions. In addition to discussing a number of possible areas for future collaboration, the Polish colleagues presented activities Read more →

Ternopil State Medical University expands collaboration with clinical training centers in Poland

On September 16th representatives of the Polish company EMC Instytut Medyczny SA attended Ternopil State Medical University with working visit. Members of the delegation,  Head Project Manager Michal Kuhta and HR-manager Anna Keldanowicz met with the rector of TSMU, Professor Mykhailo Korda to discussed areas of cooperation.   The meeting resulted in a proposal to sign a number of agreements with Polish hospitals, which would serve as clinical sites where students of the University to go on internship and traineeship visits. This will allow our Read more →