School of Medical Biology

SUSU Will Celebrate Its Anniversary by Opening New Laboratories and Holding Festivals and Exhibitions

On December 15 of 2018, South Ural State University is to celebrate the 75th anniversary from its foundation day. Active preparation for the celebration, which is going to take place within five days, 10th through 14th of December, is being carried out at SUSU. Celebratory event programme will include opening of new laboratories and exhibitions, as well as presentations, concerts, flash mobs, contests and more.

SUSU’s Anniversary: Schools and Institutes Showed Their Achievements

A series of celebratory events dedicated to the 75th anniversary of the university continues at South Ural State University. On the occasion of the university’s 75th anniversary, Directors of Schools and Institutes awarded letters of appreciation and honorary credentials to outstanding academics and administrative staff.

SUSU Scientists Invented Super Healthful Kefir Using Ultrasound

Nowadays, people are surrounded by various factors negatively affecting their health. In this regard, healthy lifestyle is especially important. Scientists all over the world pay close attention to healthful nutrition: at the present day, food industry is ready to offer unique food products which not only possess healthful properties but also can prevent various diseases.

Scientific Schools of SUSU: Studying Stress Mechanisms at the International Level

South Ural State University is getting ready to celebrate its 75th Anniversary. Over these years more than one generation of scientists has been educated by the university scientific schools on humanities, engineering, and natural sciences. The scientific school of the SUSU School of Medical Biology conducting interdisciplinary research on the mechanisms of stress is among the recently established ones, but the school’s scientists have already managed to achieve results of international significance.

SUSU Concluded Agreements with Shenyang Institute of Technology

South Ural State University was visited by delegation of three people from Shenyang Institute of Technology. Within several days, the delegates got introduced to possibilities of the university; as a result, two agreements were signed.

The goal of the visit was discussing further cooperation of the higher education institutions, as well as experience exchange and signing an agreement on opening a joint Laboratory of Food Technology and Biotechnology.

Project-based Learning at the SUSU School of Medical Biology: Ultrasound for Agricultural Biotechnologies of the Future

Each of the SUSU schools or institutes is engaged in project-based education today. The value of such approach to training is that along with theory the future professionals could obtain certain practical skills, which s/he could directly apply in production while joining the process of work. As much as seven Master’s students are involved in the project by the SUSU School of Medical Biology, who travel to test fields, do experiments and analyse their results.

School Students Got Acquainted With the Possibilities of Studying at SUSU

On October 10 and 11, secondary school students of the Sovetsky District of Chelyabinsk got acquainted with South Ural State University in the Palace of Culture named after D.V. Kolyushchenko.

In the hall of the Palace, SUSU schools and institutes presented their sites, where students of 9th -11th grades could learn about the professions and the prospects of studying in these fields.

Ecology of Food: to Eat or Not to Eat

We all ask ourselves this question when choosing groceries. We really want to buy something truly good for our health! Those who are not on tight budgets can bravely head to the environmentally clean food section and… What if they only get a psychotherapeutic effect for this high price? We asked this and other questions the director of the School of Medical Biology of South Ural State University. Doctor of Sciences (Biology), Professor Vadim Tseylikman shared his thoughts on GMO, synthetic foods, and organic foods.

What Can Hair Tell About? A Non-Invasive Diagnostics of Diseases Is Discovered at SUSU

It is an often case that one’s health and life depend on as quick a disease is found.  That is why today the ways of quick and effective revealing of a disease is one of the most important directions in medicine. At present one of the unique SUSU projects in this field is being carried out.

“Non-invasive diagnostics of different forms of health problems” is a project that will allow health professionals to discover traces of any disease without a blood test. Human hair will become the material for investigation.

SUSU Will Open Master’s Programs on Biomedicine included in the Atlas of New Professions

Development of biomedical technologies is a global trend aiming at brining quality of human life and life expectancy to a new level. Biotechnologies and medicine are among the most in-demand and promising fields of higher education.

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