Indian students of Yerevan State Medical University celebrated one of the happiest and brightest festivals in the world - the holiday of colors and spring - Holi. This year, however, due to epidemic conditions, traditional holiday events were canceled.
Doctors are one of the most hardworking and dedicated people you can ever meet. This is the opinion of the future Indian neurologist Abhishek Thapliyal. We continue to present the stories of foreign students of Yerevan State Medical University after Mkhitar Heratsi.
Medicine requires hard work, time and patience. This is the conviction of Ramya Muralidharan Nair, a third-year student at the Faculty of General Medicine of Yerevan State Medical University after Mkhitar Heratsi. 21-year-old Indian girl aspires to be one of the finest doctors in the world.
Օn October 26, YSMU hosted an international conference titled “Let’s Help Armenia fight against Alzheimer’s Disease Problems”, aimed at helping to raise awareness of Alzheimer’s disease in Armenia. Today there are more than 50 million people with Alzheimer’s disease in the world. The disease emerges after the age of 60, mostly between 75 and 84 years. As Alzheimer’s disease is incurable, main treatment is the improvement of life quality of patients.
Nobel Prize laureates Ben Feringa and Frederic Stoddart were present at YSMU . The professors are renowned scientists in the field of chemistry. The Trio, composed of Ben Ferguson, Frederic Stoddart and Jean-Pierre Suwage, won the Nobel Prize in chemistry for their work on the design and synthesis of molecular chains in 2016.
Professor of the Department of Biochemistry Konstantin Enkoyan and Assistant Professor Katarineh Fereshetyan participated in the 31st Congress of the European College of Neuropsychopharmacology, during which they presented their work on Alzheimer's disease and autism conducted at the Neurology Laboratory of YSMU.