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14 October 2019

IKBFU researchers and the Regional Clinical Hospital presented the results of studies on the early diagnosis of gastric cancer: well-coordinated work of specialists of various profiles is required

IKBFU researchers together with the Regional Clinical Hospital’s doctors have conducted a joint clinical and morphological analysis of papers devoted to the timely diagnosis of pre-tumor processes and early gastric cancer. Malignant neoplasms are one of the most common causes of morbidity and mortality.
14 October 2019

Scientists from the International Research Center “Coherent X-ray optics for MegaScience class plants” have taken part in XV School on synchrotron radiation in Italy

Young IKBFU scientists Ksenia Chichay and Sergey Shevirtalov have taken part in the international school on the basis of synchrotron radiation physics. The event was held in Muggia, Italy. Young scientists from Italy, Spain, France, Poland, Slovenia, Britain, Hungary, Germany, Ukraine, and Russia took part in the event.
14 October 2019

IKBFU researcher is conducting research on the importance of gardens to a city’s ecosystem

Dara Gayeva’s research is devoted to the role of gardens in developing an urban ecosystem with special focus on bees and other insects’ habitat. The research is important for urban development as in big cities there is always a conflict between population growth and lack of space for building new homes.  The research will make it possible to estimate the economic and ecological role of green zones in a city.
9 October 2019

Scientists from 34 countries with an IKBFU researcher among them are working on a medicine for the treatment of ulcerative colitis

IKBFU center for clinical research scientists have participated in the international VARSITY clinical research. It’s the world’s first research aimed at finding the most effective drug among anti-inflammatory ones for the treatment of ulcerative colitis. Ulcerative colitis (UC) is a long-term condition that results in inflammation and ulcers of the colon and rectum. The disease can cause severe complications, starting with fistula in neighboring internal organs with a risk of peritonitis and ending with malignant neoplasms. The research was carried out in 245 research centers of 34 countries (19 Russian centers were among them).

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