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NUSOM Weekly Research Seminar Series

NUSOM Weekly Research Seminar Series

 

Nazarbayev University School of Medicine is pleased to inform you of the opening of the Weekly Research Seminar Series. These seminars will be dedicated to a wide range of research topics in the areas of medicine and public health conducted by the faculty of the School of Medicine. Guest speakers will be invited as well.

Recent Submissions

  • McLoone, Pauline (2015)
    •Introduction •Antimicrobial properties of honey in relation to skin disease •Immunomodulatory properties of honey •Anti-carcinogenic properties of honey •Evidence for the efficacy of honey in the treatment of skin disease
  • Jasani, Bharat (2015-09)
    Reflections on the past:  Previous home and institution  Path to a clinical academic career in pathology  Role of a pathologist in diagnostic medicine Cancer biomarking: Role in diagnostic pathology Quality ...
  • Askarova, Sholpan (2015)
    Alzheimer’s disease is the most common form of dementia in the elderly, which accounts up to 80 % of all cases. •Clinical manifestation of the disease includes cognitive impairments such as attention deficit, spatial ...
  • Frossard, Philippe (2015-03-13)
    Why does global cardiovascular health matter? Pakistan Risk Of Myocardial Infarction Study. This project aims at identifying the genetic, biomarker and lifestyle determinants of acute myocardial infarction in the Pakistani ...
  • Pignatelli, M. (2015)
    Role of Pathology and Pathologists in Precision Medicine: Customisation of Healthcare, Targeting drugs for each unique genetic profile. Key requirements: - Molecular diagnostics - Drug development programme - High ...
  • Trenozhnikova, Lyudmila; Azizan, Azliyati (2015-04-17)
    Bacteria in the order Actinomycetales account for 45% of the bioactive microbial metabolites discovered. These organisms have played a central role in the development of the modern pharmaceutical industry. The search for ...
  • Bulanin, D. (2015)
    The cancer stem cell theory suggests that tumors grow like normal tissues of the body, with stem cells at the starting point of an organized system that produces new cells to make a tissue grow. According to this idea, ...