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January 12, 2014
The Jagiellonian University Medical College Rowing Club presented great results in the indoor rowing regatta second round of ergometer rowing championship of the Academic Championship of Małopolska 2013/2014 (II rzut zawodów w ergometrze wioślarskim Akademickich Mistrzostw Małopolski 2013/2014.) Placing in on the 3rd and 4th place, the women's and men's team are rallying in for a place at the podium, in the finishing round that will take place on March 12, 2014. Participants from the School of Medicine in English, Faculty of Medicine, Jagiellonian University Medical College are: Eirik Andersen, Axel Foyn-Bruun, Didrik Skjelland, Sturla Sandøy, Ole Jakob Sletten, Henrik Kvale Loe, Edward Bolstad, Michael Pihl, Sondre Vreim Ørbeck, Mathilde Thorleifsson, Nora Friis, Maria Engelsen, Signe Bjørnsgaard, Martine Fjeldstad and Turid Rygh.
December 18, 2013
A Christmas gathering of the Jagiellonian University Medical College academia and Kraków medical academia, which was held in Aula Nowodworskiego at ul. Św, Anny 12, was inaugurated by Christmas Carol concert of the Jagiallonian University Academic Choir and Copernichoir (students’ choir of the School of Medicine in English) and season’s greetings from Prof. Wojciech Nowak, Rector of the Jagiallonian University, and Prof. Piotr Laidler, Vice-Rector of the Jagiallonian University for the Medical College. Next, Bishop Grzegorz Ryś blessed the gathered guests and consecrated the wafers. The holiday mood was complemented by singing carols a by Christmas tree lights, exchanging Christmas greetings and tasting traditional Christmas Eve dishes.
December 14, 2013
A visiting lecture within the framework of OMICRON project was delivered on December 14 by Prof. Anna Nowak-Węgrzyn from the Mount Sinai School of Medicine in New York. The title of the lecture was "Food allergies – new diagnostic and treatment methods" (the lecture was given in Polish). It was part of the 7th Krakow Symposium of Allergy and Clinical Immunology organized under the auspices of Prof. Tomasz Grodzicki, Dean of the Faculty of Medicine JUMC. The series of lectures by visiting professors is part of the OMICRON project: Enabling OMICs high-thROughput techNologies at the Faculty of Medicine Jagiellonian University Medical College, aimed to foster the exchange of knowledge and experience between the JU Medical College and foreign research centres.
November 27-30, 2013
The 14th annual international workshop: "New Frontiers in Interventional Cardiology, NFIC 2013" was held in Kraków from 27 to 30 November 2013. It was organised by the Department of Haemodynamics and Angiocardiopraphy of the JU Medical College Institute of Cardiology and the Association of Percutaneous Cardiovascular Interventions of the Polish Cardiac Society, in collaboration with the European Association of Percutaneous Cardiovascular Interventions (EAPCI) and EuroPCR course. The workshop was held under the direction of Prof. Krzysztof Żmudka, Prof. Dariusz Dudek, and Dr hab. Jacek Legutko from the JU MC Institute of Cardiology. The lectures and workshops featured many eminent interventional cardiologists from Poland, Europe, the United States and Asian countries. The participants also had an opportunity to watch life broadcasts of interventional operations. The primary aim of the conference was to create an international forum for interdisciplinary discussion and exchange of experiences in the area of complex treatment of patients with cardiovascular system diseases. The conference was accompanied by the meeting of the Patient's Club. Such meetings have been held regularly for more than two years, organized on the initiative of Professor Dariusz Dudek. They provide an opportunity for patients treated at cardiac surgery wards in south Poland to meet cardiologists, dieticians, physiotherapists, psychologists, and medical emergency staff and learn about cardiovascular diseases prevention.
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