Turning challenges into opportunities





Dear colleagues and friends!

I.M. Sechenov First Moscow State Medical University is the oldest leading medical university in Russia that has become a cradle of most medical schools and scientific societies of our country. For decades it has been unofficially known as “First Med”.

University success is based on a blend of glorious traditions and actual innovative approaches multiplied by a great potential of human resources. We are proud to be a unique educational, scientific and medical complex that graduates, certifies and provides lifelong professional education for physicians and other healthcare workers; that contributes significantly to the domestic and global medicine. The University is closely linked to the fundamental and applied research, highly efficient medical treatment, and propaganda of medical and pharmaceutical achievements.

Our University is rich with knowledge and experience that is generously transferred to our students, to those whose mission will be to face the challenges of the 21st century in the field of medicine and people aiding, to implement new methods and technologies in healthcare.

Petr V. Glybochko


COMET held its 14th International and Interdisciplinary Conference on COMMUNICATION, MEDICINE AND ETHICS at Aalborg University in Denmark. This is one of the most important world conferences dedicated to Medicine, Communication and the Humanities in Medicine.

Sechenovsky scientists flashed in the UK

June 27-29, 2016. The University of Coventry (UK) hosted the international conference on sports for the disabled. The event spotlighted a wide range of problems related to social, medical and psychological aspects of adaptive sports.

Personalized approach: what’s the difference between the brains of individuals different in body-build

Sechenovsky University cooperates with lots of leading scientific and educational centers worldwide. Major international events admire the achievements of Russian science and medicine. Being in Harbin, Prof. Vladimir Nikolenko of First MSMU delivered the report, which aroused great interest among expert neurosurgeons.

Colour the world!

June 29, July 1, 2016. These two days of uproaring solemn graduation events for foreign students of the University will be never forgotten. In 2016, Sechenov First MSMU graduated 229 international students from 27 countries. These are the young doctors and pharmacists from Azerbaijan (25), Armenia (2), Belarus (3), Vietnam (4), Ghana (3), Malaysia (125), Kazakhstan (3), China (7), Morocco (9), Syria (10) and other countries.

The best practices: how to recruit and train talented students

June 7. During the second day of the Project 5-100 event the issues of students and entrants were covered all-round: involvement in research activities, structuring the environment for leadership and integration into scientific community, international students recruiting etc.

Another Russian academic unit is set up

The establishment of new academic unit has been finally reinforced by the agreement signed by Rectors of Kazan (Volga) Federal University and Sechenov First MSMU at the Project 5-100 Seminar-Conference.

The contest of three-year projects for creation of scientific and educational laboratories is open

An open contest (hereinafter – the Contest) of scientific projects in order to create scientific and educational laboratories in the State Budgetary Educational Institution of Higher Professional Education “I.M. Sechenov First Moscow State Medical University of the Ministry of Healthcare of Russia” (SBEI HPE I.M. Sechenov First MSMU of the Ministry of Healthcare of Russia) is held in the framework of implementation of the Project to improve the competitiveness of the University (hereinafter the Project 5-100).

“Research should be written and discussed in English”

On Tuesday 21st June an important event took place at the Uronephrology Research Institute at Sechenov Medical University. The university has recently signed and become a member of the 5-100 project. The project fosters an “English Speaking Environment” as one of its principal aims.

The Second Plenary Session of the Project 5-100 Seminar-Conference

The first day of the Seminar-Conference of Project 5-100 featured two plenary sessions on the best practices by Sechenov First MGMU. At the first meeting the Rector, Petr Glybochko delivered the keynote address scrutinizing his state-of-the-art model of continuous medical education "School-University-Clinic", embedding information technologies in the collegiate management processes and polylingual education, which literally stole the show.

XVI Project 5-100 Seminar-Conference: results and prospects

The Project 5-100 results for the first three years and plans for 2016 were highlighted in the report delivered by the Deputy Minister of Education and Science of the Russian Federation Alexander Povalko. He recalled that on May 19 there was a meeting of the Russian Government dedicated to improvement of national collegiate competitiveness.

Project 5-100
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