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TSMU scientists participated in the XXXIII International Symposium of the Polish Neonatology Society

The Symposium of the Polish Neonatology Society took place in Cracow, Poland on October 12-14, 2017. Participatin in it were well-known Polish scientists Prof. Maria-Katarzyna Borszewska-Kornacka, Prof. Janusz Skalski, Prof. Ewa Helwich, Prof. Ryszard Lauterbach, Prof. Jolanta Sykut, Prof. Janusz Gadzinowski, Prof. Jan Mazela, Prof. Ewa Gulczyńska, Prof. Janusz Książyk, as well as scientists from Ukraine: Prof. T.K. Znamenska, Prof. T.M. Klymenko, Prof. Y.S.Korzhynskyi. Joining them were international experts from the United States (Prof. Monica Epelman, Prof. Smeeta Sardesai), Germany (Prof. Christopher Fusch), Italy (Prof. Continue reading →

TSMU scholar participated in the 3rd Summer Conference on Neonatology

Assistant professor of the Department of Pediatrics Iryna Sarapuk participated in the Summer Conference on Neonatology, which took place on September 5-8, 2017 in Avignon, France. In the Palace of the Popes, where the conference took place. Summer Conferences on Neonatology are held annually and attract leading neonatologists of the world. This year’s conference was attended by scientists from Switzerland, Great Britain, France, Italy, the Netherlands, Norway, the United States and Canada. Discussed during the meeting were a wide range of issues related to the diagnosis, Continue reading →

A team of Ternopil State Medical University doctors brought outpatient care to children in rural area

A team of pediatric doctors from Ternopil State Medical University have visited little patients in the village Uvysla. Assistant professors of pediatric diseases and pediatric surgery Tamara Vorontsova (team leader), Liubov Volianska, Vira Synytska, Pavlo Hoshchynskyi, assistant professor of otorhinolaryngology, ophthalmology and neurosurgery Kateryna Aleksevych and neurologist Volodymyr Musienko examined the children and consulted their parents. Nearly 400 boys and girls live in Uvysla, including about 300 children under the age of 14. The nearest medical clinic is located in the district capital, 20 kilometers Continue reading →

TSMU scientists participated in the XVI Congress of the Polish Society of Experimental and Clinical Immunology

Scientists of Ternopil State Medical University associate professor the Department of Childhood Diseases and Pediatric Surgery Maria Kinash and assistant professor of pediatrics Natalia Haliyash on 8-10 June 2017 took part in the XVI Congress of the Polish Society of Experimental and Clinical Immunology in Warsaw. Participating in the Congress were 350 specialists from around the world, sharing their knowledge in treating diseases of the immune system, discussing the challenges facing the field of immunology in Poland and in the world, and codifying professional standards. Continue reading →

Ternopil State Medical University joined World Primary Immunodeficiency Week events

For the second consecutive year TSMU joins the world-wide activities to observe World Primary Immunodeficiency Week. This year, the events were supported by the NGO “Rare immune diseases”, association of pediatricians of Ternopil region and joined by leading Ukrainian immunologists. On 25 April 2017 head of Shupyk NMAPE Department of Pediatric Infectious Diseases and Pediatric Immunology Professor Alla Volokh, head of TSMU Department of Children’s diseases and Pediatric Surgery, Professor Oksana Boyarchuk and Deputy Director of the organization “Rare immune diseases” Oksana Strielnykova visited the Continue reading →

TSMU international students shared the warmth of their hearts with orphaned children

Ternopil State Medical University international students don’t miss opportunities for doing good deeds. On 6 December members of Ternopil branch of European Medical Students Association together with their mentors, Associate Professors of the Pediatrics Department Natalia Haliiash and Svitlana Nikytiuk visited Ternopil regional Children’s Home Maliatko with a charity program “Teddy Bear”. The event aimed to instill in children a positive attitude towards doctors. International students achieved the goal using games and by teaching kids simple medical procedures, such as heart and lung auscultation.   Continue reading →