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Primus inter pares

The Academic Council appreciated the internal 5-100 Policies

May 12, 2016. The Federal Methodological Center for Accreditation hosted the First MSMU Academic Council meeting. Primary accreditation, the strategy for the Precollege Faculty, internal grants distribution, the Project 5-100 deployment and nomination for the Russian Academy of Sciences were the key items on the agenda.
The Council traditionally started with movies. This time, the film overviewed the Research Institute of Molecular Medicine (RIMM). Today, the key Institute’s staff, engaged in fundamental and applied biomedical research, molecular genetics and genetic engineering, boasted the unique projects of distinct social dimension. The Research Institute is displaying intensive synergy cooperating with other departments of the University. It is planned to advance the research initiatives, especially those aimed at comprehensive introduction of hybrid matrices into clinical practices. Moreover, it’s unveiled that cutting-edge cell bioreactor is to be launched in the Russian segment of the International Space Station (ISS) in the nearest future. As soon as the lights on, Petr Glybochko, the Rector, noted that all applied research activities of the RIMM should be intensified.
The Faculty of Dentistry also faces the greatest development prospects. While reporting to the Council, Oleg Admakin, the Dean, informed the congregation that the faculty extended substantially over five years, both in terms of headcount and professionally. The number of students increased by one third: from 974 in 2011 to 1,657 in 2016. New educational approaches, introduction of innovative methodologies and techniques contribute to dramatic skills enhancement of the Faculty graduates. Not just scheduled classes, but smart, complex, somehow enthralling events like recent Olympiad in surgical dentistry, inspire the students to master their future profession the best way conceivable, including eager participation in research conferences of collegiate and even national scale.
The score was highly appreciated by the Rector of the University. In particular, Petr Glybochko declared that the Clinical and Diagnostic Center would move to the University Clinic 4 to vacate the building at Mozhaisky Val for the Faculty of Dentistry.
Next thing, the Academic Council heard the account by the Head of the Department of Hospital Therapy 1 Yuri Belenkov on scientific achievements and priorities of the unit, whilst the Vice-rector for scientific work Sergei Shevchenko presented the shortlist for nomination to the Academy and Corresponding Members of the Russian Academy of Sciences. Each candidate recommended by the University has made significant contribution to the Russian medicine, practicing at the same time ongoing scientific and medical work, worthy of the highest honors and awards.
The legislative rules regulating the primary accreditation of health care professionals, including the latest amendments into the Federal Law № 323-FZ "On the basics of public health protection in the Russian Federation", the types and stages of the accreditation procedure were the subject of the report by the Head of the Federal Methodological Center for Accreditation (FMCA) Jeanne Sizova, who appraised the recent rehearsal exam for dentists to be much successful. The exam was held on March 9, 2016 along with the enlarged meeting of the National Rectors Council of Medical and Pharmaceutical Universities featuring the RF Minister of Health Veronica Skvortsova.
On April 28, the FMCA basing at FMSMU hosted the Minister once more at the conference on "Organization and procedures within the primary accreditation in Dentistry" crowned with another rehearsal simulation exam.
In the nearest future, the guidelines for accreditation of general medicine, paediatrics, prophylactic medicine will be also released. Along with all that, the accreditation experts will pass a cycle of relevant trainings and seminars.
The Precollege strategy for 2016-2020 was scrutinized by the Dean of the Faculty M. Maximov. Welcome days, workshops and master classes arouse great interest among the school people. The thing is that the University is launching the Precollege of its own to accept the first 100 students from Moscow and Moscow Region yet in September 2016. Now, the senior schoolchildren can combine secondary education and university studies in core subjects with individual creative research and applied practices.
A striking example of integration of the University into the international scientific medium is the grant "Development of comprehensive biotechnology platform", which execution was reported by the Deputy Director of the Institute of Pharmacy, Head of the Department of Pharmaceutical and Toxicological Chemistry Galina Ramenskaya.
The grant is the part of the National Technology Initiative – a program constituting the brand new markets and conditioning the global technological leadership of Russia in the personalized medicine matters by 2035.
After hearing the report, Petr Glybochko proposed to extend the financing of the grant to launch the First MSMU in-house Institute of Personalized Medicine. The proposal was supported by the Academic Council unanimously.
The crucial part of international scientific integration is the publication diligence, reminded the First Vice-rector – vice-rector on Innovation Policy and International Activities Andrei Svistunov. To provide guidance to university scientists for implementation of the Project 5-100 the Foreign Languages Department established two specialized offices:
- The Office for Academic Writing;
- The Office for Publication Diligence Support.
Both offices are to work with the scientific authors facilitating correct typography and promotion of publications all over international scientific periodicals.
"Throughout 2016, the University is investing 65 mln. rubles in its publication diligence deployment. We need a result. Do start cooperating with the Offices", concluded Petr Glybochko.
And that’s the point!