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Transportation "in utero" and implantation of the pacemaker in a premature baby during the first hours of life

Doctors of University Clinic Centre of Medical University of Warsaw set the highest standards of care for a child with congenital heart block. On July 17 2020, Dr. Michał Buczyński, MDPhD from the Department of Cardiac and General Pediatric Surgery UCC MUW, headed by Prof. Maciej Karolczak, and Dr. Piotr Wieniawski, MDPhD from the Department of Pediatric Cardiology and General Pediatrics UCC MUW, headed by Prof. Bożena Werner, successfully performed an implantation of a pacemaker to a premature infant, delivered at week 30 of fetal life, with congenital complete atrioventricular block.

Our University’s student wins the Polish edition of the EUCYS 2020 competition

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.

ABM will fund a MUW Research Project

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.  

Exclusive meeting with Nobel Prize Winner Aaron Ciechanover

The event, organized by Nobel Media, in a partnership with AstraZeneca and in an association with Jagiellonian University, Medical University of Warsaw and Warsaw University, was the part of the Nobel Prize Inspiration Initiative - a global programme designed to help Nobel Laureates to share their inspirational stories and insights. The main guest of the event - Aaron Ciechanover - presented his view on the topic titled “Are we in the midst of a knowledge crisis? The role of science in society.”

MUW Scientists awarded in the prestigious competition "Supertalents in Medicine 2020"

The results of the 18th edition of the "Supertalents in Medicine" competition were announced on June 17th. Among the laureates are 4 representatives of our University. The winner of the competition was Paweł Balsam, PhD hab., from the 1st Chair and Department of Cardiology UCC MUW. Other MUW laureates included: Tomasz Głażewski, MD, from the Department of Diabetology and Internal Medicine UCC MUM who placed 6th; Mariusz Sikora, PhD, from the Chair and Department of Dermatology, who placed 8th and Michał Ordak, PhD, from the Department of Pharmacodynamics at  MUW placed 9th.