The meetings between representatives
of the management of MU-Varna and MU-Gdansk were focused on the partnership in
the scientific and research activities and the academic exchange.
Our delegation visited Gdansk in the
period 5-9 October 2015 in the framework of the Erasmus+ programme. The team of
MU-Varna was represented by Prof. Todorka Kostadinova, PhD, Vice Rector for International
Relations, Accreditation and Quality, Prof. Albena Kerekovska, MD, PhD, Vice
Rector for Educational Affairs , Prof. Diana Ivanova, DSc, Dean of the Faculty
of Pharmacy, Assoc. Prof. Emanuela Raycheva-Mutafova, PhD, Dean of the Faculty
of Public Health, Prof. Zlatislav Stoyanov, MD, DSc, Vice Dean of the Faculty
of Medicine, Assoc. Prof. Bistra Kalcheva, PhD, Head of Department of
Pharmaceutical Sciences, Silvana Dobreva and Svetlana Panayotova from the
International Relations Department.
The invitation on behalf of the Rector
of the Medical University of Gdansk was on the occasion of the 70th
anniversary of the university. MU-Varna and its activities were presented to
the academic community and the guests of the official event.
During the celebration ceremony Prof.
Kostadinova awarded an honorary plaque to the Rector of the Medical University
of Gdansk on behalf of the Rector of MU-Varna prof. Krasimir Ivanov, MD, DSc.
During the visit the team from
MU-Varna held a number of meetings with representatives of the academic management
of the University in Gdansk – the Rector Prof. Janusz Moryś, M.D., Ph.D., Vice-Rector
for Education Prof. Leszek Bieniaszewski, M.D., Ph.D., Dean of the Faculty of
Medicine Prof. Maria Dudziak, M.D., Ph.D. , Dean of the Faculty of
Health Sciences Prof. Piotr LASS, M.D., Ph.D., Deputy Dean of the Faculty of
Pharmacy Prof. Michał Markuszewski, Ph.D., and the Director of the Rector’s
Office of Strategy & International Relations Prof. Jacek Bigda, M.D., Ph.D.
Our delegation visited the new center
of invasive medicine, the biomedical college, the university clinics, the
simulation complex and the museum of the history of medicine.
During the visit in Poland the
representatives of our university got acquainted with the science and technology
parks in Gdansk and Gdynia, their infrastructure, investment sectors, key
corporate partners, initiatives and achievements. The team of MU-Varna
presented the university’s project activity and discussed the opportunities for
future partnership with the representatives of the companies, working in the
science and technology parks. Many meetings were organized in the laboratory
complexes of the parks. The MU-Varna team also visited the EXPERYMENT Science
Center in Gdynia, which daily attracts numerous visitors of all ages.