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.
February 11 is the World Day of the Sick. This day in the international calendar is called to support people who are in a state of illness, as well as to pay attention to the problems they face. World Day of the Sick is a unique social event held every year around the world.
The educational process resumes at the medical university today. Of course, we must observe all the sanitary norms, taking into account that for us not only the health of our students is important, but also the health of the old lecturers, the people who have educated and built generations.
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.
The Armenian army is the main guarantee of our country's independence. The 29-year-old army, going through many trials, although wounded, but is standing and must become stronger and stronger as a result of our daily work.
As it is already well known, the construction works of the "Scientific-Educational Center for Basic Brain Research" have started at YSMU. Telling about the details of the program, YSMU Rector Armen Muradyan noted that “Scientific-Educational Center for Basic Brain Research" will interpret the basic problems of the brain.