Sebastian Machera - a first-year student of medicine at the Medical University of Warsaw and biotechnology at the Warsaw University of Life Sciences, won the first prize at this year's Polish Edition of the European Union Contest for Young Scientists (EUCYS). It is a prestigious event that allows young undergraduates studying science to present their scholar achievements.
Poland's first liver transplantation with an application of an innovative method - mechanical extracorporeal perfusion and liver oxygenation in hypothermia
On 8 July 2020 in the Chair and Department of General, Transplant and Liver Surgery UCC MUW, headed by Prof. Krzysztof Zieniewicz, the surgeons performed a liver transplantation using an innovative method - hypothermic mechanical extracorporeal perfusion and oxygenation of the liver in hypothermia - D-HOPE.
A review of "Phage Therapy: A Practical Approach" published in a prestigious international periodical
“Lancet Infectious Diseases”, the world's leading magazine on infectious diseases (IF = 24,446), published, in its May Issue, a review of the book titled "Phage Therapy: A Practical proach", edited by scientists associated with the Medical University of Warsaw: Prof. Andrzej Górski, Ryszard Międzybrodzki and Jan Borysowski. The review called "Bringing phage therapy soon to a clinic near you” was written by Stephen T. Abendon – an acknowledged expert in this field.
The latest edition of the Journal Citation Reports (JRC) database includes chief editors of Medical University of Warsaw (MUW) Editors' Club periodicals. The MUW Editors' Club was founded in 2016.
On July 3, 2020, at 1 P.M. CET, Medical University of Warsaw English Division Class of 2020 took the Doctor’s oath online and pledged to serve humanity notwithstanding race, religious beliefs, gender or other. The MD has been conferred upon 108 English Division graduates from the 4-Year and the 6-Year Medical Programs.
The Medical Research Agency (ABM) selected a Medical University of Warsaw (MUW) research project in a competition for research and development in non-commercial clinical trials. The research project "EMpagliflozin and daPAgliflozin in patients hospiTalized for acute decompensated Heart failure (EMPATHY trial)" initiated by MUW scientists will receive funding in the amount of 30 084 379.80PLN.
Please read the following Rector's Order no 129/2020 of the Medical University of Warsaw of June 22, 2020, amending the Order on conducting off-campus credits, exams and diploma exams using information technology ensuring control of the course of exams and their registration.