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European Commission grant for JU Medical College

European Commission grant for JU Medical College

01.12.2022
The European Commission has awarded over 5 million euro, including almost 400,000 for the Jagiellonian University Medical College, to an international research project I-CARE4OLD, the aim of which is to develop and validate prognostic algorithms using AI to predict health care outcomes and modify pharmacological and non-pharmacological therapies for the elderly living at home and in assisted living facilities.
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Distinguished researcher and physician awarded with JU honorary doctorate

Distinguished researcher and physician awarded with JU honorary doctorate

01.12.2022
World-class specialist in the area of dermatology, pathomorphology and endocrinology Prof. Andrzej Tadeusz Słomiński has received the title of Doctor Honoris Causa of the Jagiellonian University. The event took place on 1 December 2022 in the Collegium Maius Assembly Hall. The title was conferred upon Prof. Słomiński following a motion by the JU Faculty of Biochemistry, Biophysics and Biotechnology.
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JU students become Central European champions in team programming

JU students become Central European champions in team programming

01.12.2022
A team of analytical computer studies from the JU Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science, featuring Antoni Długosz, Grzegorz Gawryał and Jacek Salata, has won in the ICPC Central European Regional Contest, which took place on 26–27 November 2022 in Ljubljana (Slovenia).
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Inconsistencies in anti-COVID drug research results explained by JU scientists

Inconsistencies in anti-COVID drug research results explained by JU scientists

23.11.2022
Studies on using the previously existing medications in COVID treatment yielded inconsistent results. Researchers from the Jagiellonian University have indicated that these discrepancies could have been caused by random differences between treatment and control groups and improper statistical analysis, instead of errors in research practice.
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ERC grant for studying the influence of AI on urban mobility

ERC grant for studying the influence of AI on urban mobility

22.11.2022
The European Research Council has announced the results of the Starting Grants 2022 call. One of its winners is Dr Rafał Kucharski from the Jagiellonian University Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science. The researcher will investigate the influence of artificial intelligence on urban mobility, receiving 1.49 million euro for his five year-long project.
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JU researchers publish a paper on polyelectrolyte multilayer films and microcapsules

JU researchers publish a paper on polyelectrolyte multilayer films and microcapsules

18.11.2022
The journal Advances in Colloids and Interface Science has published a paper presenting the latest developments in the research on stimuli-responsive polyelectrolyte multilayer films and microcapsules co-written by scientists from the Jagiellonian University Faculty of Chemistry in collaboration with Jerzy Haber Institute of Catalysis and Surface Chemistry of the Polish Academy of Sciences.
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PhD students from the Jagiellonian University to carry out their research in the United States

PhD students from the Jagiellonian University to carry out their research in the United States

17.11.2022
The Polish-American Fulbright Commission has published the names of young researchers who will receive the Fulbright Junior Research Award 2023–24. Amongst more than a dozen grantees there are two PhD students from the Jagiellonian University: Aleksandra Synowiec from the JU Małopolska Centre of Biotechnology and Mateusz Kucab from the JU Doctoral School in the Humanities.
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