The Da Vinci surgical robot was presented to the staff of the Petz Aladár University Teaching Hospital in Győr at a professional programme organized by the institution and the experts of Széchenyi István University. The aim is to make this state-of-the-art surgical procedure available in Győr in the future, benefiting both patients and doctors.
The European Capital of Culture programme aims to advance the status of a major European cultural scene and tourist destination. This year Veszprém and the Bakony-Balaton region will share the title and build a new cultural and creative region with the region’s stakeholders and inhabitants. Come and visit Veszprém and take part in colourful programmes!
The postgraduate training program will provide participants with knowledge that they can use throughout their clinical careers, said Rector Dr. Béla Merkely. Harvard Medical School and Semmelweis University continue to welcome applications from young clinicians, PhD students, postdoctoral fellows and residents with experience in academic activities, who are interested in health research and envision a future in clinical practice.
It was a joyful afternoon, where our students had the opportunity to get to know each other and listen to several interesting presentations. Below you can read some students’ reports and access the complete album of pictures taken during the event.
We have a great and enthusiastic international alumni volunteer team of 22 people from 18 countries. Most of them decided to create an alumni chapter in their home country or make international professional alumni groups and some of them did great social media work. In the next chapter of our volunteer series, you can read Craig Johnson’s story from South Africa! He studied international relations at Budapest Business School between 2017-2020 and now he is the Head of Incubation at the Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design.