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European distinction for the University Hospital in Kraków

23.03.2017
Following an independent audit, the healthcare institution was recognised as a key partner of the European Reference Network (ERN) in the field of neurological and metabolic diseases treatment. Besides, the Clinical Department of Allergy and Immunology of the University Hospital obtained the associate partner status in the network "Rare-complex autoimmune and autoinflammatory diseases".
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The academic community offers condolences to the British

23.03.2017
In response to the terrorist attack that took place in London on 22 March, the Jagiellonian University issued the following statement.
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A multimillion Euro construction project at JU Medical College

22.03.2017
A building located at ul. Medyczna 7 in Kraków will be converted into a modern educational complex with medical simulation rooms and a state-of-the-art library. The facility will become part of the Innovative Medical Education Centre of the Jagiellonian University Medical College. The construction is planned to be completed in the second half of 2018.
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JU and Samsung to collaborate on innovative projects

15.03.2017
The Jagiellonian University and Samsung Electronics Polska have signed an agreement to conduct joint research, development and teaching initiatives. The agreement was signed on 14 March in Collegium Novum Senate Room by Prof. Dorota Malec, JU Vice-Rector for University Development, and Youngmin Lee, President of Samsung Electronics R&D Europe.
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JU MC introduces innovative forms of medical training

14.03.2017
How to simply explain a complicated medical procedure? How to tell a patient that further treatment will not bring expected results? How to deal with his or her negative emotions and sometimes even aggression? Medicine students from the Jagiellonian University Medical College will have to find answers to all these questions during classes with simulated patients. In that way, the future physicians will improve the communication skills which are crucial in their work.
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JU ranked the most active Polish applicant at the European Patent Office

07.03.2017
According to the data released by the European Patent Office on 7 March 2017, the Jagiellonian University is the most active Polish institutions when it comes to patent application.
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How and why does a fish have a fever?

06.03.2017
Fever is one of the key defensive mechanisms our organisms use to combat diseases. What’s interesting is that it’s not only found in warm-blooded animals (such as mammals), but in cold-blooded ones as well. In the latter case, it’s called the ‘behavioural fever’.
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