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The recent technical improvements for the study of the cytogenetic basis of disease have led to the identification of many microdeletion and microduplication syndromes. De novo copy number variants (CNVs) are seen more often than expected in autistic patients, and rare chromosomal aberrations are known to account for a small fraction of schizophrenia and bipolar disorder. Recurrent spontaneous mut ...
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Haematology is a discipline that brings together medical and fundamental sciences, laboratory and clinical practice leading ultimately to improved health care. There is a keen interest in the Southern Caucasus (Georgia, Armenia and Azerbaijan) to advance haematology teaching for both life sciences and medical degrees to meet European standards. The project is designed to help develop new/updated ...
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Biomedical Engineering (BME) is one of the fastest growing fields with an impressive multidisciplinary dimension and direct consequences not only for the health care sector but for the society in general, since it is the basis of the impressive advancement and progress of health care delivery. Nowadays, Biomedical Engineers must be prepared to meet existing and forecasted needs by means of knowled ...
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The project aims to increase the potential of Georgia to pursue a modern, evidence-based drug policy and thus to tackle the acute problem of drug addiction and its negative consequences by means of developing and implementing MA and BA curricula and a lifelong learning framework in addictology (addiction science). The project substantially broadens the current medical scope of addiction treatment ...
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... of Georgian universities offer Master’s and PhD programmes, the integration of education and research is a huge topic in Georgia. There 64% of students are enrolled in the five main universities in Tbilisi. Nevertheless in Georgia research is underfunded: Only 0.18% of GDP was spent on research in 2008 and not more than 0.2% in 2009, without significant increase in following years. The majority of ...
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MEDical UnivErsities Alliance (MEDEA) is an Erasmus Mundus Action 2 project financed by the EACEA from July 2013 to July 2017. It involves 10 European Universities and 10 Lot 5 Universities (Georgia, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Ukraine, Moldavia, Belarussia) in the field of Health studies. It aims to provide support for higher education institutions cooperation with other relevant stakeholders and will i ...
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Asp2PhD aims to reform doctoral education in Ukraine and Georgia by establishing two national best practice model doctoral schools that operate in real world university environments, efficiently and effectively administering a minimum of 5 structured PhD study programmes that each conform to EHEA principles and standards. Academic faculty and research staff will be trained in PhD supervision, rese ...
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The project Promoting Internationalization and Comparability of Quality Assurance in Higher Education (PICQA) aims at enhancing the quality of higher education in Armenia and Georgia by promoting internal and external quality assurance systems which are acceptable both regionally and internationally. In a first line of action, the quality expectations for the systems to be built in Georgia and Arm ...
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This multi country project will enable PC universities to work with EU partners to develop a range of customized, locally and regionally relevant, ECTS compliant, Masters courses and programmes of study for public health and social services professionals. The project outcomes will include:1. Status Quo report on service and curriculum needs2. Development of new courses, learning and teaching mater ...
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This project places an emphasis on research and innovation, bringing opportunities to all countries in the Caucasus. The implementation of individual mobilities, with special emphasis to research initiatives, is expected to close some existing gaps in education. The overall aim of the proposal is to implement student and teaching staff exchanges respecting quality indicators while introducing a pr ...
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The primary goal of the project is development and implementation of new model of undergraduate medical education in Partner Countries (GE, UA, AZ) Medical Schools (PCMS) to comply with European standards requiring compatibility of curricula, delivery and assessment methodology. The most rational way of accomplishing this goal is establishment long-term partnership between PCMS and EU Universities ...
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... rsities as well as at UoW. All modules for the SCU will be worth 10 credits to meet the Bologna requirements of 30 credits per semester. The course will be delivered by the staff at Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University (TSU), Kutaisi State University (KSU), Yerevan State University (YSU), Yerevan Medical University (YMU), Baku State University and Azerbaijan Medical University (all SCU) as part ...
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