NEWS

11 Nov
Leading in Life Sciences and Medicine
The University of Debrecen achieved first place in Life Sciences and second in Medicine among national institutions on the 2019 lists of the Round University Ranking (RUR) published on Monday. In the global rankings UD has made it to the top 350 in both areas.
11 Nov
New masters course at the Faculty of Health
A unique English-language master course was announced to be launched by the Faculty of Health at a press conference on Monday at the Nyíregyháza campus. The Social Work and Social Economy course (SOWOSEC) will start in September 2020 and is conducted by a cooperation of seven European universities.
02 Oct
In partnership with world leaders
The University of Debrecen and the Budapest headquarters of GE Healthcare have been given an opportunity to participate in the introduction and implementation in Europe of the methodology of the Catalyst programmme of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
27 Aug
World class laboratory at the University of Debrecen
A laboratory with uniquely up-to-date instrumentation that can also be used in cancer research was unveiled at the University of Debrecen on Monday. Renewed with nearly 1 billion forints, a laboratory for cell analysis bears the name of Sándor Damjanovich, a former professor of the UD.
13 Aug
Worldwide novelty in hearing improvement
The hearing of children born deaf or severe hearing impairment is restored by a newly developed inner ear implant which was first implanted in Hungary at the UD. The intervention was performed in joint cooperation by Debrecen specialists and a Professor of Warsaw Medical University.
27 Jun
Clinical research from patient data
The Clinical Centre of the UD conducts research in the field of the Higher Education Excellence Programme using the most up-to-date technology of MI, Big Data, and cloud computing. Teaching of the novel methods, with the participation of Microsoft Magyarország Kft., ended on Wednesday.
29 Mar
Nobel Prize Laureate Biochemist Wins The uDEsia-Award
Arieh Warshel, a worlwide-renowned biochemist, has been the first to win the University of Debrecen Science Impact Award (uDEsia) of UD. The Nobel Prize laureate researcher received the award from rector Zoltán Szilvássy on 29 March.
05 Mar
Innovation For Safer Surgical Operations
With the contribution of UD and the prestigious Mayo Clinic, Senzime, a Swedish company, has developed a cutting-edge monitor to be used in operating rooms. The device can accurately detect when a patient is able to breath independently again. Its use enhances patient safety significantly.
04 Mar
Delegation From The US Visiting The Faculty of Health
A group of students from the US have arrived at the Faculty of Health of UD to study Hungarian social and healthcare services. The 15 students learned about the academic, talent development and international research programmes of the faculty on Monday.
21 Feb
Ugly Handwriting? Hand Therapy to the Rescue!
A physiotherapy student of UD will compete with astrophysics, cancer research and marine biology students in the final of the SCIndicator scientific communication mentoring programme. Ivett Szalóme Horváth has developed a unique hand therapy that allows the improvement of handwriting skills.

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