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An international and inter-university board meeting focusing on tumors was held for the first time in the country

 | Post date: 2020/07/8 | 

An international and inter-university board meeting focusing on tumors was held for the first time in the country. Participants who included professors and researchers from eight different universities came together at Rasoul Akram Hospital. Experts from various disciplines, including neurosurgery, radiotherapy, hematology, radiology, ophthalmology, ENT, psychiatry, and neurology from 4 medical universities (Iran, Tehran, Shahid Beheshti, and Baqiyatallah) joined from Tehran to exchange their ideas and experienced with faculty members and medical experts from universities in the Emilia-Romagna Province of Italy. 
Department Heads from the Radiology and Radiotherapy Specialties of Iran University of Medical Sciences (IUMS), the Radiotherapy and Hematology Department of Tehran University of Medical Sciences (TUMS), as well as academic members and scholars with various expertise from Shahid Beheshti and Baqiyatallah Universities of Medical Sciences sat in on the meeting which was held via video conference. Dr. Masoumeh Najafi, from the Dept. of Radiotherapy and Dr. Amin Jahanbakhshi, from the Dept. of Neurosurgery at IUMS were the executive and scientific secretaries of the meeting, respectively.  
Prof. Reza Ghadirpour (Neurosurgeon), Dr. Salvatore Cozzi (Oncologist, Radiotherapist), Dr. Anna Pisanello (Neuro-oncologist), Dr. Manuela Napoli (Neuroradiologist), Dr. Elisabetta Froio (Neuropathologist), and Dr. Silvia Serra (Neuropathologist) from the Santa Maria Nuova Hospital, located in the city of Reggio Emilia, Emilia Romagna Province, Italy, joined the video conference.
Similar collaborative sessions are set to continue at regular intervals to promote interdisciplinary, interinstitutional and international scientific communications among medical experts in the future.
The meeting was organized and coordinated by the Iran-Italy Collaboration Chamber at the International Affairs Office of Iran University of Medical Sciences, in line with the internationalization mission of the IUMS Strategic Council of Neurosciences.


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Iran University of Medical Sciences (IUMS) ranking performance in 2020 improves by 100 places based on the Times Higher Education ranking of Asian Universities

 | Post date: 2020/07/5 | 
In an interview with the University’s Public Relations’ correspondent, Dr. Moghtadaei, the Vice Chancellor for International Affairs noted that Iran University of Medical Sciences had ranked 138 among all Asian universities, improving 100 places compared to its ranking from last year — the most significant improvement among all ranked universities in Asia compared to 2019.
This year, 40 universities from Iran has taken part in the Asia University Rankings 2020 by Times Higher Education, where IUMS secured the 10th place out of all ranked universities, and ranked among the top 3 medical science universities in the nation.
A total of 489 universities from 30 Asian countries were present in this year's ranking, of which two universities from China ranked first and second, and universities from Japan had the largest presence with 110 academic institutions participating in this year’s ranking.
There were 7 medical science universities present in this year’s ranking from Iran, which have grown considerably compared to 2019 where we had only 3 higher education institutions participating.
While Dr. Moghtadaei congratulated this huge achievement to the University community, he emphasized that this success was the result of collaborative efforts by IUMS faculty, staff and students. He further added that this accomplishment would have not been possible without the continuous support of Dr. Koohpayezadeh, the University Chancellor, and hopefully, will mark the beginning of a movement towards facilitating a growth in the national production of knowledge within the field of medical sciences.
 


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Online conference between colleagues at Rasool Akram Hospital and Antwerp University Hospital

 | Post date: 2020/06/24 | 

The Vice-Chancellor’s office for international affairs at Iran University of Medical Sciences facilitated the first online meeting between clinicians and scientists from two university hospitals in Iran and Belgium on June 23, 2020 with the primary objective of sharing experiences from managing Covid-19 patients.
Experts from the ICU, pulmonology, hemoncology and infectious disease departments at the two institutions shared their experiences in managing Covid-19 patients since the pandemic’s outbreak. Department heads shared protocols and statistics (admission and mortality rates) from the units under their supervision and early results / outcomes from any clinical trials with which they have been involved. Diagnostic criteria, treatment strategies and prophylactic options from the two medical institutions were discussed and compared.
The meeting was also attended by officials from the Belgian Embassy in Tehran and the Iranian Ministry of Health and Medical Education.
The Vice-Chancellor for international affairs concluded the meeting by encouraging members from both institutions to feel free to reach out with any requests for facilitating joint research projects as well as student/faculty exchange programs between the two hospitals / universities.
 
This meeting was coordinated by the International Affairs office at Iran University of Medical Sciences in collaboration with the Ministry of Health and Medical Education.


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Online meeting between IUMS Members and MediTec Project Partners

 | Post date: 2020/06/13 | 

The online meeting between IUMS Members and MediTec Project Partners was held on Tuesday, June 9, 2020.
The main topics discussed at this meeting were around medical equipment supply in Iraq and Iran.
The meeting started with providing a report of the current situation regarding the SARS-Cov-2/Covid19 pandemic in both countries.
Later, medical equipment delivery to Iran and Iraq were discussed in detail.
The integration of relevant courses into the curricula of health care programs at university level were assessed, following which the implementation of pertinent activities and dissemination through local and central webpages were considered.
Finally, the contents ad outcomes from this meeting were considered for contribution to Newsletters 5 and 6.

Note: MediTec is a European Erasmus+ project intended to provide sustainable contribution to the development of medical care and health services in communities. The MediTec project will support and modernize medical education in Jordan, Iraq, and Iran by establishing innovative training centers with immersive medical learning platforms and realistic simulation models, which will ultimately improve the practical skills of medical students from these countries.
 

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Iran University of Medical Sciences Launches its School of Dentistry and Dental Program

 | Post date: 2020/05/30 | 

While visiting the newly equipped Dental Clinic of Iran University of Medical Sciences (IUMS), Dr. Moghtadaei, the Vice-Chancellor for International Affairs, announced that as of this Fall (2020), the University’ International Campus will be admitting and enrolling its first class of international students into the Doctor of Dental Medicine program.
The Vice-Chancellor further noted that, according to the Memorandum of Understanding with the Eastern Mediterranean University (EMU) in Cyprus, the students will have completed the first two years of the dentistry program – comprising of basic sciences – at EMU, and transfer to complete the remaining three years at IUMS School of Dentistry in Tehran.
The launching of the new program and founding of the School of Dentistry is among the most recent achievements by the University, in an effort towards expanding its international health care programs, as well as training the next generation of health care professionals, prepared to serve in the region and beyond.


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Online meeting between academic members from Iran University of Medical Sciences (IUMS) and Nova Medical School in Lisbon, Portugal

 | Post date: 2020/05/23 | 



On Wednesday, May 20, 2016, a video conference meeting was hosted by the Vice-Chancellor’s Office for International Affairs of IUMS, in considering the numerous opportunities that may be fostered through collaborations among academicians, clinicians, and graduate students between the two universities, especially during and beyond the Covid-19 Pandemic.

Dr. Moghtadaei, the Vice-Chancellor for International Affairs began the meeting by outlining the meeting agenda and objectives, following which he provided a brief introduction about the faculty members attending the session from IUMS. Dr. Branco, the Dean of Nova Medical School in Lisbon introduced his colleagues partaking from Nova University, after which participating faculty members from both institutions shared their experiences and strategies employed for the management of patients with Covid-19 at their respective hospitals.

Dr. Talebi Taher noted approaches to patient management and treatment regimens used for patients infected with the virus at Rasool Akram Hospital. In response, Dr. Nina provided statistical information about Covid-19 cases in Portugal, noting that most of the Coronavirus victims in Portugal were elderly patients.

Dr. Baradaran, the Director for Development of International Affairs briefly discussed the structure and curriculum of Medical School in Iran, and in response, Dr. Branco explained that MD training process in Portugal. He also added that currently three Iranian students are studying at Nova School of Medicine.

Dr. Bradaran moved on to discussing the possibility of exchanging clinicians, researchers and students between the two universities, at which piint Dr. Canhão provided information about PhD and postdoctoral research opportunities available to international students at Nova University, including the Erasmus program.

She also emphasized that since patients and medical staff at Portuguese hospitals, primarily communicate in their native language, it will be challenging for international students and professionals without a good command of the language to study medicine, however, graduate studies and research opportunities in English are appropriate for international candidates.

In the end, Dr. Shalbafan shared his personal experience from living in Portugal, noting the cultural proximity of the two countries.

This meeting was organized and coordinated with the assistance of Dr. Farahat, the Cultural attaché of the Iranian Embassy in Portugal, who kindly welcomed the opportunity to assist with connecting faculty members from IUMS with their counterparts at Nova University and other medical universities in Portugal in the future.


This report was prepared by Dr. Karimian
Director of IT and International Communications (05/30/2020)

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“Internationalization of Higher Education during Coronavirus Crisis” to be held from 18 to 20 May 2020

 | Post date: 2020/05/13 | 
TUMS Directorate of International Relations are organizing a symposium webinar called “Internationalization of Higher Education during Coronavirus Crisis” to be held from 18 to 20 May 2020 with the aim to address some important aspects of higher education impacted by the COVID-19 situation.

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Iran-Portugal: Online Conference Iran-Portugal: Meeting of the University Chancellor and Vice-Chancellor for International Affairs at IUMS with the Ambassador of the Islamic Republic of Iran in Portugal

 | Post date: 2020/05/8 | 
Meeting of the University Chancellor and Vice-Chancellor for International Affairs at IUMS with the Ambassador of the Islamic Republic of Iran in Portugal
 
The online conference with Dr. Morteza Damanpak Jami, the Honorable Ambassador of the Islamic Republic of Iran in Portugal, took place on Wednesday, May 6, 2020, where matters related to the development of international collaboration and the Covid-19 Pandemic were discussed.
 
The meeting attendees included:
Dr. Koohpayehzadeh, the Chancellor for Iran University of Medical Sciences
Dr. Moghtadaei, Vice-Chancellor for International Affairs
Dr. Motevalian, Vice-Chancellor for Research
Dr. Jalali Nodooshan, Head of the Secretariat for the Healthcare Working Group
Dr. Baradaran, Director for Development of International Affairs
 
Dr. Koohpayehzadeh began the meeting by welcoming all participants and especially thanking the Iranian Ambassador to Portugal for taking part in this meeting. The Chancellor noted that Iran had made significant progress in the battle against the pandemic and in some cases, was among the countries pioneering the path towards testing and treatment of the disease. He also expressed hope that the second wave of the epidemic could be curbed by manufacturing the vaccine in Iran.
 
While introducing and presenting information about IUMS, the Chancellor requested that Dr. Damanpak be provided with a catalog of the University in English.
 
According to the Ambassador, Portugal's neighboring countries such as Spain, had been deeply affected by the pandemic where a large number of individuals had been infected and many lives were lost. In comparison to other European countries, such as France and the United Kingdom, which had a drastically larger numbers of Covid-19 patients, Portugal had proven to be more successful in countering the virus, with only 25,000 cases of infection and 104 fatalities. This was mainly due to prompt preventative actions by health care officials in Portugal and setting in place full quarantine measures for the people during the early stages of the outbreak.
 
Dr. Pakdaman added that Portugal is a country with great potential for investment and relatively simpler paths towards registering and launching private companies compared to some other European countries. It would also serve as an excellent market for exporting first-class medical equipment and products manufactured in Iran. Another great advantage is that Portugal is the center point and axis among eight other Portuguese-speaking countries, denoting that it has tremendous potential to communicate with these countries.
 
Dr. Koohpayehzadeh concluded the meeting by offering a memorandum of understanding by IUMS, outlining areas in which the University is able to collaborate with its counterparts in Portugal, and requested that the Ambassador communicate this information via appropriate avenues through the Embassy.
 
The meeting was adjourned with Mr. Farahat being introduced and appointed as the Ambassador’s representative for following up on future issues regarding IUMS through Dr. Moghtadaei.
 
Report prepared by the Director for IT, Networking, and Online Collaborations (May 7, 2020)
Vice-Chancellor’s Office for International Affairs – Iran University of Medical Sciences

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توسط معاونت بین الملل دانشگاه علوم پزشکی ایران Iran-Italy: Covid-19 Webinar - Iranian and Italian Clinicians, Specialists and Researchers Share Experiences and Lessons Learned from the Covid-19 Pandemic in Online Conference

 | Post date: 2020/05/7 | 
Iran-Italy: Covid-19 Webinar
 
Iranian and Italian Clinicians, Specialists and Researchers Share Experiences and Lessons Learned from the Covid-19 Pandemic in Online Conference



On Wednesday, May 6, 2020 , Dr. Mehdi Moghtadaei, the Vice-Chancellor for International Affairs at Iran University of Medical Sciences (IUMS) chaired the first online conference between clinicians from one of the largest university medical centers in Tehran (Rasoul Akram Hospital) and their counterparts from several prominent medical institutions and hospitals in Italy.
 
Dr. Moghtadaei began by introducing colleagues taking part in this online conference at the IUMS campus.
 
Dr. Moradi Moghaddam, intensivist at Rasoul Akram Hospital noted the strategies adopted by the hospital in managing patients on ventilators which had been successful in reducing mortality rates. Dr. Riahi, a pulmonologist and CEO of the hospital, indicated that they had been conducting stem cell research as one of the numerous approaches under investigation to battle Covid-19. Dr. Jalesi, an otorhinolaryngology specialist at IUMS mentioned the precautions that have been considered in deciding whether elective surgical procedures should be restarted post the Covid-19 outbreak. Dr. Talebi-Taher, an infectious disease specialist discussed the various medications, including hydroxychloroquine, lopinavir/ritonavir, remdesivir, and favipiravir which had been used for the treatment of patients affected by the virus; following which Dr. Karimian, clinical pharmacy specialist, enquired about any clinical trials taking place in Italian hospitals which were investigating other medications or vaccines against the virus.
 
Experts and specialists from prominent hospitals in Italy and the Local Health Authority of Reggio Emilia (IRCCS) also shared their valuable experiences pertaining to treatments being used and investigated, management of critical patients on ventilators, as well as national guidelines and approaches set in place to contain the disease since its outbreak.
 
The Italian physicians who joined this online meeting came from various specialties and hospitals: Dr. Giorgio Mazzi, Medical Director; Dr. Enrico Barchi, Deputy Director of Infectious Diseases; Dr. Nicola Cosimo Facciolongo, Chielf of Respiratory Diseases and Pulmonology; Dr. Giorgio Danelli , Chief of Anesthesiology and Resuscitation; Dr. Pierpaolo Salsi, Head of Resuscitation, Dr. Corrado Iaccarino, Neurosergery Hub spoke Parma Reggio Emilia, and Dr. Reza Ghadirpour Head of Neurosurgical Program Parma-Reggio Emilia.
 
Dr. Moghtadaei concluded reiterating the importance of following up on this conference through providing opportunities where faculty members from university hospitals in both countries will be able to share their research areas of interest and exchange contact information, allowing them to connect and collaborate with one other in the future. He also thanked Drs. Baradaran and Ghadirpour for arranging the meeting.
 

 
Report prepared by Dr. Karimian, the Director for IT, Networking, and Online Collaborations (May 7, 2020)
Vice-Chancellor’s Office for International Affairs – Iran University of Medical Sciences

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Iran University of Medical Sciences Ranks First Among National and Regional Universities in the 2020 Times Higher Education Impact Ranking

 | Post date: 2020/05/3 | 

 
Dr. Mehdi Moghtadaei, the Vice-Chancellor for International Affairs at Iran University of Medical Sciences (IUMS) announced that based on the Times Higher Education (THE) Impact Ranking, IUMS had maintained its first-place position in the country and Middle East in achieving the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
 
The SDGs are a global call to action to tackle poverty, climate change and inequality, which include:
 
1. No Poverty
2. Zero Hunger
3. Good Health and Well-being
4. Quality Education
5. Gender Equality
6. Clean Water and Sanitation
7. Affordable and Clean Energy
8. Decent Work and Economic Growth
9. Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure
10. Reduced Inequality
11. Sustainable Cities and Communities
12. Responsible Consumption and Production
13. Climate Action
14. Life Below Water
15. Life on Land
16. Peace and Justice Strong Institutions
17. Partnerships to achieve the Goal
 
THE has put together the Impact Rankings to shine a light on those institutions that are working hard to tackle global issues such as gender inequality, quality education for all, climate change, achieving peaceful societies and economic growth. To put together the ranking, they mapped out how universities around the world were committing to the 17 SDGs outlined by the UN. 
 
According to IUMS Office of Public Relations, during this period, 776 universities from 85 countries had taken part in the ranking process, where IUMS had ranked 55th worldwide, where it had come out 1st among 17 universities from Iran as well as all other Middle Eastern universities.
 
During the first round of the THE Impact Ranking in 2019, only 11 SDGs were measured with IUMS ranking 41st out of the 467 universities which took part from 76 countries. This year, all 17 SDGs were accounted for in the ranking process and despite the significant increase in the number of participating universities in 2020, IUMS had ranked 55th among the 766 universities partaking from 85 countries. While the ranking of IUMS increased numerically by 14 units compared to 2019, when compared to the significantly large increase of more than 300+ additional universities which had taken part in 2020, IUMS is believed to have made considerable progress towards achieving most SDG indicators and especially, serving society’s needs in attaining Public Health and Welfare.
 
The Vice-Chancellor for International Affairs congratulated the University community on this great achievement and noted that this success was the result of the continuous efforts of all students, staff and faculty at IUMS. He further acknowledged that this achievement would have not been possible without the contributions of the many members of the International Affairs’ Office who had been involved in the collecting, monitoring, recording and tracking of the necessary information submitted for this purpose, as well as the Chancellor’s support of these activities.

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The Chancellor of Iran University of Medical Sciences Offers Condolences and Message of Sympathy to the People of Italy Over the Covid-19 Outbreak

 | Post date: 2020/04/17 | 

The Chancellor of Iran University of Medical Sciences (IUMS) expressed his heartfelt condolences to the Italian people affected by the SARS-CoV-2 Pandemic.

Dr. Jalil Koohpayehzadeh sent a message of sympathy to the advisors of the Cultural and Economic Section of the Italian Embassy in Tehran and noted that, “Iran and Italy are among the countries most affected by the Covid-19 outbreak and have consequently suffered immense human fatalities. Words cannot adequately capture the magnitude of our pain and loss; however, we wish to let you know that you are in our thoughts and prayers during these trying times. We share this pain with you and stand together with the government and people of Italy in the battle against this global crisis.”

The Chancellor added that he is hopeful that everything will return to normal in the not so distant future.
Dr. Vincenzo Russo Spena (The Italian Cultural Advisor) responded to the Chancellor and stated that our countries and people are both severely affected by the virus, nonetheless, we will surely overcome this battle with the tireless efforts of our healthcare professionals, researchers and public health officials. He went on to express he is certain that we will recommence our collaborations in the near future.

Dr. Carmelo Ficarra (The Italian Economic Advisor) conveyed his deep appreciation and gratitude for the Chancellor’s kind wishes during these, especially challenging months. He noted that “It has been a couple of months since I have returned to Italy, but I have been following the events in Iran closely, and I am confident that Iran’s Healthcare System will be able to withstand this pandemic.” He also mentioned that, “Despite the quarantine that has been in place as of March 8 in Italy, many people in Italy have passed away. We are all in this together and hopefully, will successfully pass this critical point in history.”

This report is prepared by the Iran-Italy Scientific Cooperation Chamber at Iran University of Medical Sciences (IUMS), which debuted its activities in April 2019 as the official center and hub for expanding collaborative academic endeavors between IUMS academicians and their counterparts at Italian Medical Universities.

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For two consecutive years, Iran University of Medical Sciences ranked among top universities in the World.

 | Post date: 2019/09/15 | 

Iran University of Medical Sciences ranked 601-800 in the 2020 Times Higher Education World University Rankings.
 
The Times Higher Education World University Ranking 2020 includes almost 1,400 universities across 92 countries. The Ranking is based on 13 carefully calibrated performance indicators that measure an institution’s performance across teaching, research, knowledge transfer and international outlook.
 
This year, TIMES ranked 1,396 institutions from 92 countries, drawing on data points on over 1,800 of the world's leading research universities and more than 21,000 academic reputation survey responses. The ranking analyses 12.8 million research publications and 77.4 million citations over five years, based on bibliometric data from Elsevier.


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IUMS ranked in SHANGHAI ranking 2019

 | Post date: 2019/07/3 | 

Global Ranking of Academic Subjects (GRAS) 2019 is released by ShanghaiRanking Consultancy. ShanghaiRanking began to publish Academic Ranking of World Universities (ARWU) by academic subjects since 2009. This release contains rankings of universities in 54 subjects across Natural Sciences, Engineering, Life Sciences, Medical Sciences, and Social Sciences. In total, more than 4000 universities were ranked.

According to this ranking
, Iran University of Medical Sciences was ranked: 401-500 in Clinical Sciences, 301-400 in Public Health, 201-300 in Nursing and 201-300 in Medical Technology.


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Iran University of Medical Sciences ranked 201-250 in the 2019 Times Higher Education Young University Rankings

 | Post date: 2019/07/3 | 

According to the Times higher education Young University Ranking, Iran University of Medical Sciences was ranked among 201-250 in the world.
The Times Higher Education Young University Rankings list the world’s best universities that are 50 years old or younger. The 2019 ranking includes 351 universities.

 


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IUMS ranked third in medical sciences publications

 | Post date: 2019/06/11 | 
Iran University of Medical Sciences has ranked third with 647 titles in medical sciences in the portal of Publications of Ministry of health and medical education after the Beheshti and Isfahan University.

The information of publication published by the faculty members and researchers of the Iran University of Medical Sciences in the Ministry of Health Publications portal, books.research.ac.ir, information submitted by the University Press Department based on available information.


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Visit of the honorary consulate of Republic of Lithuania in Iran from the Iran University of Medical Sciences

 | Post date: 2019/06/3 | 

The meeting of the honorary consulate of Republic of Lithuania in Iran, Dr.Mohsen Karimi Tabasi with the Chancellor of IUMS and faculties was held on Saturday, 1th of June, in Iran University of Medical Sciences.
Dr. Karimi introduced the Lithuanian status of education and areas of investment and cooperation in that country.
Dr Koohpayehzadeh, the Chancellor of the Iran University of Medical Sciences, reveled interest in cooperating of two countries in the field of health and health tourism. He also mentioned that Iran has developed progress in the field of traditional medicine which Lithuania can benefit from.


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 | Post date: 2019/05/15 | 

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The Times Higher Education University Rankings - Asia

 | Post date: 2019/05/6 | 

According to the Times higher education Ranking Asia, Iran University of Medical Sciences was ranked among 201-250 in the top Asian universities.

Moreover, Iran University of Medical Sciences ranked 15th between 29 Iranian universities.


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The meeting of expedition of Iran University of Medical Sciences with the faculties of University of Kufa

 | Post date: 2019/05/4 | 
The meeting of the expedition of Iran University of Medical Sciences with the University of Kufa was held on Tuesday, 30th April, in Najaf, Iraq for international goals.
Dr Koohpayehzadeh, the Chance
llor of the Iran university, and Dr. Mohsen Zalemi, the Chancellor of University of Kufa, discussed about educational and research cooperation.

 

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Visit of Academic Affairs of Eastern Mediterranean University from the Iran University of Medical Sciences

 | Post date: 2019/05/4 | 

Dr. Besler, Academic Affairs of Eastern Mediterranean University, visited the Iran University of Medical Sciences on Wednesday 1th of May. And met with the Chancellor of the university, Dr. Jalil Koohpayezadeh.

They also visited the School of Allied Medical Sciences and the Cellular and Molecular Research Center.

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