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Indian professor with world name will create a laboratory of chemical biology in FEFU

In early August, a professor from India Sosale Chandrasekhar (PhD) arrives in the Far Eastern Federal University, the press service of the university reports.

In 2013, the professor became one of the five winners of the competition for attracting internationally recognized scientists to FEFU for permanent work. In the next two years, he will create a laboratory of chemical biology at the base of the School of Biomedicine, in which new chemical compounds and methodologies will be developed to improve human health. The project will be implemented at the expense of the grant provided by the Federal University.

The competition to attract leading scientists to FEFU has already been held twice. It is very popular with reputable foreign and Russian researchers and aims to create research laboratories at the university in the priority areas of the university. In 2013, applications for the competition were submitted by a 121 scientist from Russian universities, institutes of the Russian Academy of Sciences, universities in Australia, Norway, France, Canada, the United States and other countries. The third selection of scientists wishing to open their FEFU laboratories is scheduled for the fall of 2014.

Along with this competition, the “Visiting Professors” program is being successfully implemented at FEFU. In the first half of 2014 alone, 30 scientists from different countries of the world visited the University with short-term visits. Leading researchers from Australia, Germany, India, Russia, Norway, the United Arab Emirates, the United States and Japan conducted original lecture courses, seminars and master classes at the university, and in the fall, teachers from Kazakhstan, Estonia, China and other countries will conduct classes.

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