Yearbook and tableaus for graduating students
Photo shootings for the University yearbook and tableaus for the faculties are going on at the moment. The yearbook and the tableaus are very popular among graduating students, since they are considered to be usefull in recalling each other in 20-30 years.
Semmelweis University Contributes to Comprehensive Study on the Main Causes of Lung Cancer
The results of a Central-European co-operation were published in a report issued by the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) and the European Society for Medical Oncology (ESMO). A comprehensive study has been prepared on the genetic disorder mainly responsible for lung cancer by the researchers of Semmelweis University, the National Koranyi Institute of TB and Pulmonology, the National Institute of Oncology and the University of Vienna. So far twenty rare genetic mutations have been identified, which implies the possibility of increasing the number of patients eligible for the latest biological treatment. The study was published in the official journal of the International Association for the Study of Lung Cancer (IASLC), the Journal of Thoracic Oncology.
Hi-Tech Genome Research at Semmelweis University
The new device of the Institute of Genomic Medicine and Rare Disorders is capable of rapid sequencing of the human genome, which makes the examination and research of the origin of diseases of the nervous system (such as Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, schizophrenia, autism), rare hereditary diseases, tumours and cerebral metastases much more efficient.
SE’s Department of Transplantation and Surgery first among European institutions
According to the details of the Eurotransplant, an international cooperative framework, Semmelweis University’s Department of Transplantation and Surgery undertook the highest number of kidney transplants in 2014. Comparing data from medical centres of the eight European member states, Semmelweis University was among the best regarding abdominal organs transplants: the top institution with 236 kidney transplants and the fifth with 75 liver transplants.
Hiking to Látó hill (Budapest surroundings)
On 4 October we are going to walk in the beautiful autumn forests of Hungary. Látó Hill is about 50 kms from Budapest. We start our tour from Katalinpuszta on a nature study trail. Then we walk along a beautiful forest and we also cross the Gyadai meadow.
On the way to Látó Hill we pass the monument of a great Hungarian climber Pál Rockenbauer. From the top you can enjoy a great view on the surrounding hills and Danube bend.
Place and time of meeting: Újpest Városkapu bus terminal 8.15 (bus leaves at 8.30) or Katalinpuszta 9.10
Participation is free!
Registration: online or at phone number 266-7359 or at extensions 57701 or 57782.
Caving under Budapest in stalactite caves (2)
Two marvellous caves, very close to the places of our daily routine, are to be disvored by all those, who do not yet know them. Come and discover Szemlőhegy and Pálvölgy Caves on 24 January with Semmelweis Alumni!
In the wake of Semmelweis
- Alumni Picnic 2014 for international students
- Pilis Hike
- Jubilee International Alumni Reunion at Semmelweis University
- Bus tour to Western Hungary
- International Alumni Reunion 2014 - Review
- Yearbooks and tableaus are available
- Photos from Alumni donors at 2. Department of Internal Medicine
- Dreher Beer Voyage - with tasting
- Hiking to Naszály (Budapest surroundings)
- International Alumni Reunion and Professonal Development Workshop