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The Amur Medical Academy of the Ministry of Health of Russia took part in the international conference on biomedicine "BioKorea-2015"
Within five days, a number of business and professional meetings took place in Seoul, the result of which was the conclusion of preliminary agreements on the exchange of young specialists for training at the Sejong Clinic, the third largest hospital in South Korea, the press service of the government of the region said the vice-rector of the AGMA Sergei Celuyko.
In addition, a number of consultations were held on the development of joint innovative projects by biotechnology companies HanBiosystem, TegoScience, NextGeneBiosystem in The Amur Region and South Korea. At the exhibition, held as part of the conference, samples of Korean pharmaceutical products based on medicinal plants were presented.
“The biotech industry in South Korea is developing at a rapid pace today, and even such tech giants of the IT industry as Samsung and LG have also joined this technology race and already have research institutes that deal with regenerative medicine and diagnostics of tumor processes. We hope that the results and the experience that are currently available in South Korea, we will effectively use and in the near future we will be able to apply it at home. ", - said Tseluiko.
For development medical tourism to the countries of the Asia-Pacific region and the introduction of the latest advances in medical science in the field of diagnostics of diseases and cellular technologies, the Amur State Medical Academy of the Ministry of Health of Russia and OOO Initium Group (Blagoveshchensk) recently registered a joint limited liability company "Next Gene Biosystem" public-private partnership.