The year 2024

  • DAAD Grant «Ukraine digital: Ensuring academic success in times of crisis (2024)» –  “UA-MEDSAT: Ukraine MEDical SAtellite Teaching” with Julius-Maximilians-University Würzburg (Germany).
  • Partnership initiative NWO-NRFU 2023 (NWO Hop-On Call for Researchers Based in Ukraine: NWO-NRFU Partnership Initiative). Project “CURE4LIFE: Development and societal impact of stem cell based genetic medicines” (Prof. Frank Staal, Leiden University School of Medicine (LUMC) – Prof.  Oksana Boyarchuk, TNMU).
  • Keele Global Seed Grant and  School of Pharmacy & Bioengineering, Keele University / The Robert Jones and Agnes Hunt Orthopaedic Hospital (Great Britain) to deepen cooperation.
  • International Human Frontier Science Program Organization, програма Scientists for Scientists Initiative (S4S) – a one-year internship at the Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology at Medical Center Hamburg-Eppendorf (Germany) (PhD student S. Paliy).
  • A series of trainings at the TNMU Simulation Center with the support of a non-profit independent organization with its headquarters in Berlin «CADUS» (2023-2024).

Ukrainian-Swiss Project “Medical Education Development”, phase II (2023-2027).

The year 2023

  • DAAD Grant “Ukraine digital: Ensuring academic success in times of crisis (2023)” – “UA-MEDSAT: Ukraine MEDical SAtellite Teaching” with Faculty of Medicine of Julius-Maximilians-University Würzburg (Germany)
  •  A Grant «Smart Patches for Multimodal Wound Healing» (multi-year Project G6031 «Wearable Smart Patches for Multimodal Wound Healing – DRESWOUTRE») under the NATO Program “Science for Peace and Security”(Liliya Logoyda)
  • Dual Purpose Grant from Ukrainian Startup Fund in the field of «Health Care» – Kovalchuk’s dermatome
  • Podcast Project for CME – Continuing Medical Education, Akkon University of Human Sciences in Berlin (Germany)

Erasmus+ Capacity Building Projects in the Field of Higher Education

  •  Life Support Training and Dissemination for Higher Education Institutions and Community Representatives living in Military Risk Areas of Ukraine and Georgia Strand 2 «Partnership for transformation» – LIFESTRAND (2023-2026)
  • «Open Science for Ukrainian Higher Education System» Strand 3 «Structural projects to support reforms» – OPEN4UA (2023-2026)

 Grants in Response to Challenges of the War

  1. “First Medical Aid in a Combat Zone” supported by SAFEMed from USAID (The United States Agency for International Development)
  2. “Pharmacy Store: from Bench to Bedside” supported by SAFEMed from USAID (The United States Agency for International Development)
  3. DAAD Grant “Ukraine digital: Ensuring academic success in times of crisis” – “UA-MEDSAT: Ukraine MEDical SAtellite Teaching” with Faculty of Medicine of Julius-Maximilians-University Würzburg (Germany)

The year 2022

  • A grant from Temerty Ukraine-Toronto Education & Collaboration Fund «Folate Status and Risk of Neural Tube Defects in Western Ukraine»
  • DAAD Grant (Germany) (Husak Sofiia) Multiplication Trainings for Higher Education Administrators in Ukraine (THEA Ukraine X) from Wandelwerk, FH Münster’s Centre for Quality Assurance and Enhancement in cooperation with Sumy State University
  • Project «Students insights for advanced medical communication curriculum design» for pilot higher education institution of Ukrainian-Swiss the Medical Education Development Project (MED Project)

Projects of the National Research Foundation of Ukraine:

  1. Joint project of TNMU and V.Hlushkov Institute of Cybernetics “Development of a cloud platform for patient-centric telerehabilitation of cancer patients based on mathematical modeling”
  2. The joint project of TNMU and the Institute of Biochemistry of O.V. Palladin of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine is among the winners of projects participating in the competition “Influence of natural and artificial immunization with SARS-CoV-2 antigens on the state of the hemostasis system”.

Erasmus+ Capacity Building Projects Programme in the Field of Higher Education

  • Innovative rehabilitation education – introduction of new master’s degree programmes in Ukraine – REHAB (2019-2022)
  • Building Academic Capacity in Global Health in Eastern Europe – Central Asia Region BAСE (2020-2023)
  • Simulation training in medical education at the undergraduate stage to improve the safety and quality of patient care – SAFEMED+ (2020-2023).

Scholars of “Fulbright Scholar Program”: Halina Falfushynska (2015-2016), Ihor Halaichuk (2000)

The year 2021

  • A grant from the British Council in Ukraine in partnership with the Institute of Higher Education of the National Academy of Pedagogical Sciences of Ukraine, Advance HE (UK) and supported by the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine and the National Agency for Quality Assurance in Higher Education (NAQAHE) – Programme for Improving Teaching in Higher Education of Ukraine

HORIZON 2020 Projects, in which TNMU Scholars were involved

  • NanoMed (Project ID 734641) Nanoporous and Nanostructured Materials for Medical Applications, MSCA-RISE-2016 – Research and Innovation Staff Exchange (2017-2020)
  • PAST NIGHT (Project ID 755149) Patients stratification in nephrosclerosis: implementation of a new therapy thanks to genetic heritage and laboratory tailoring (2017-2020)

The year 2020

  • DAAD grant (Germany) (Shevchuk О.О.) for participation in the training course “Management of Internationalization and German-Ukrainian Academic Cooperation 2020-2021” from Leibniz Universität Hannover supported by DAAD for the project “Internationalization of Research at TNMU”.
  • Grant from the American Council for International Education in Ukraine: ACTR/ACCELS in the “Academic Integrity and Education Quality Initiative” project – Academic IQ Initiative

The year 2019

  • An individual grant from the European Association of Nephrology, Dialysis and Transplantation (ERA-EDTA Fellowship Programme), Italy, Ruzhytska O.O.
  • Project from BUP – Baltic University Program (Sweden) “Two steps: Internationalization in Practice – Sweden, Ukraine and Belarus”.
  • Swiss-Ukrainian The Medical Education Development Project (MED Project) is implemented in Ukraine by the Swiss Tropical and Public Health Institute (Swiss TPH) under the financial support of the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC) (the 4-year first phase 2019-2022).
  • European project “Ethisch-Moralische Grund-Bildung” (EMGB) (2019-2023).

The year 2018

  • Individual grant from DAAD (Germany), Professor Fedchyshyn N.O.
  • Grant of the Embassy of the Czech Republic in Ukraine “Development of Early Approaches to Physical Rehabilitation in Patients with Complicated Fractures of the Upper and Lower Extremities”
  • Joint Project with University of Miskolc (Hungary) – EurECAS (European Evaluation of Comportment and Addiction among Students) project

The year 2017

  • Grant «Jeffrey Modell Foundation» (USA) “Implementation of the Model of Combining Physician Education and Public Awareness with the Infrastructure to Diagnose Primary Immunodeficiency Diseases in Children of Ternopil Region” (2017-2018)
  • Grant “Alberta International Education Award – Ukraine” (Canada)

Grants within the EU-Poland-Belarus-Ukraine 2014-2020 EU Cross-Border Cooperation Program. Project implementation dates: 2017-2018.

  1. Joint actions aimed at reducing the incidence of tuberculosis and making equal access to health care in the poorest and most marginalized communities of Poland, Belarus and Ukraine.
  2. The lifestyle of various social and professional groups and civilizational threats to health in the border region PL-BY-UA.
  • Joint Ukrainian-Polish project “Study of Epidemiology, Pathogenesis, Clinical Features and Prevention of Borreliosis” (2017-2018)

The year 2016

  • Joint Polish-Ukrainian programmes within the research projects of the European Union:
  1. Physical activity and diet depend on the student’s lifestyle.
  2. Physical activity and diet depend on the lifestyle of young people aged 15-17 years old.
  • Grant project “Medical and Psychological Care for Post-Trauma Stress Disorder for Patients with Hearing Impairment”. Project implementation dates: November 2016 – June 2017. The project is funded by the Canada Ukraine Alliance for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Persons in Edmonton and the Government of the Province of Alberta, Canada.

The year 2015

  • Grant Project “Nursing Initiative – Nurses for Mental Injury Relief” (Project Number CFLI-2015-KYIV-0007). Project implementation dates: November 2015 – February 2016. The project is funded by the Ukrainian-Canadian Foundation and the Embassy of Canada in Ukraine
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