A press conference was held at TASS (St. Petersburg) dedicated to the World Day Against Parkinson’s Disease, which is celebrated on April 11. The event was attended by Ph.D. Zamira Muruzheva, Researcher, Laboratory of Neurochemistry of the I.P. Pavlov Department of Physiology at the IEM. Published: 08.04.2021
Director of the Institute of Translational Biomedicine of the St. Petersburg University, Scientific Director of the Clinic of High Medical Technologies of the St. Petersburg University, Professor Raul Gainetdinov, Head of the Department of Neurology of the National Medical Research Center named after I.I. V.M. Bekhtereva, Vladimir Mikhailov, Researcher of the I.P. Pavlov Department of Physiology of the Institute of Experimental Medicine Zamira Muruzheva and Professor of the Department of Computer Engineering of the St. Petersburg Electrotechnical University ‘LETI’ Yulia Shichkina told to the TASS journalists about modern methods of diagnosis and treatment of this neurodegenerative disease, about scientific advances in the search for the causes of Parkinson’s disease, as well as about the risks of developing the disease in those who have had a new coronavirus infection.
As part of the Year of Science and Technology in Russia, the Ministry of Science and Higher Education of the Russian Federation, together with ANO National Priorities and the Yandex.Qu service, are launching the project ‘100 Questions for a Scientist’.
The goal of the project is to popularize science, increase the recognition of Russian scientists, and create a platform for scientific and educational activities of young scientists.
The Ministry of Science and Higher Education of the Russian Federation co-founded the national literary prize in the field of medicine ‘Zdravomyslie’
The start of accepting applications for participation in the award is March 9, 2021, the end is May 31, 2021 (inclusive).
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Conference for graduate students and young scientists ‘Future perspectives for European Neurochemistry – a young scientists conference’
May 24-25, 2021, online