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How chemotherapy affects the vascular system of pregnant women with breast cancer

How chemotherapy affects the vascular system of pregnant women with breast cancer

04.07.2022
The latest issue of one of the leading medical journals, the Journal of Clinical Investigation, features a paper by a team from the Jagiellonian University Medical College led by Prof. Tomasz Guzik and Prof. Tomasz Grodzicki. In the paper, the researchers discuss how breast cancer chemotherapy may cause vascular damage, explaining how survivors of breast cancer most frequently pass away due to cardiovascular diseases.
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<span lang=”pl”>Prof. Rett Ludwikowski</span> and <span lang=”de”>Prof. Walter Rechberger</span> receive the Person of Merit award

Prof. Rett Ludwikowski and Prof. Walter Rechberger receive the Person of Merit award

28.06.2022
The Person of Merit award is given by the JU Senate following a proposal by the University’s Rector in recognition of a great strength of character, outstanding achievements, contributions to the academic community as well as personal interest in the affairs of the Jagiellonian University. On 24 June, the award was presented to Prof. Rett Ludwikowski and Prof. Walter Rechberger.
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JU visited by the Ambassador of Columbia

JU visited by the Ambassador of Columbia

27.06.2022
On June 23 the JU Vice-Rector for International Relations Prof. Dorota Malec received the Ambassador of Columbia to Poland Assad José Jaterem Peña. The meeting participants, who also included the Honorary Consul of Columbia in Kraków Joanna Natasza Wais and the Head of JU International Relations Office Dr Izabela Zawiska, discussed, among other issues, various aspects of collaboration between the Jagiellonian University and Columbian higher education institutions, including Erasmus+ student and staff exchange.
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Jagiellonian University will participate in building EIT Culture & Creativity

Jagiellonian University will participate in building EIT Culture & Creativity

27.06.2022
On 23 June, the European Institute of Innovation and Technology announced the winning team that will strengthen and transform Europe’s Cultural and Creative Sectors and Industries (CCSI) by connecting creatives and organisations to Europe’s largest innovation network.
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JU scientists to carry out joint projects with Slovenian partners

JU scientists to carry out joint projects with Slovenian partners

24.06.2022
The National Science Centre has announced the results of the OPUS 22 + LAP/WEAVE call for proposals under which researchers at any stage of their research career could apply for funding of bilateral research projects carried out in international collaboration within the framework of WEAVE Programme.
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JU MCB scientists publish an article in EMBO Molecular Medicine

JU MCB scientists publish an article in EMBO Molecular Medicine

23.06.2022
Researchers from the Małopolska Centre of Biotechnology of the Jagiellonian University (JU MCB), together with Australian, Turkish and Canadian colleagues, have found a link between defects in the cellular protein production machinery and neurodevelopmental disorders (NDDs), characterized by an inability to reach cognitive and motor milestones.
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New study into the microbiological fingerprint of Kraków

New study into the microbiological fingerprint of Kraków

20.06.2022
The annual Global City Sampling Day will once again take place on June 21, 2022. Microbiological samples will be collected in cities around the world, including Kraków, which participates in this world-wide project thanks to scientists from the Malopolska Centre of Biotechnology of the Jagiellonian University.
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