Director of the RCTT Branch Office at the Hrodna Institute of Pharmacology and Biochemistry, representative of RCTT Ms L. Nadolnik took part in the International Forum “Innovative Technologies for Medicine”, held on 29 – 31 May in Bialysok, Poland. Her partaking was supported and sponsored by the National Academy of Science of Belarus, State Committee on Science and Technology of Belarus, UNDP.
During the forum Ms Nadolnik promoted two innovation projects: (1) “Metabolic Syndrome and Studies on Pathogenesis, Development of Methods for Early Diagnostics, Designing Drugs for Treatment” and (2) “Express-Test to Control Bodily Iodine Status Treatment”. Also, she presented her report “Diagnostic Tests and Medicinal Preparations for Control of Thyroid Dysfunctions” at the Biomedical Engineering Panel Meeting. Besides, Ms. Nadolnik distributed the information related to the services and Web resources offered to RCTT’s clientele, foreign companies and investors, about the Project “Strengthening the National System for Technology Transfer in the Republic of Belarus on the Basis of Information and Communication Technologies” (implemented and funded by the Government of Belarus, with co-funding from UNDP and UNIDO). In addition, Ms Nadolnik met Director of International Innovation Centre of Eastern Europe Mr. W. Bialkowski to talk on potentialities for collaboration between RCTT and Polish partner entities.
Representatives from Belarus, Poland, Ukraine participated in the forum. The main panel meetings were dedicated to the following topics:
- public health,
- biomedical engineering,
- nanotechnolgy in medicine,
- ICT in medicine,
- international cooperation under the 7th EU Programme.
The total of 11 innovation projects were promoted by the Belarusian research community to the event. The comprehensive Project Catalogue of the forum is available here.
Mr. S. Kessler, representative of the Board of Directors of the 7th EU Programme presented the report “Innovative Technologies for Medicine under the 6th and 7th EU Framework Programmes”. The text of the report is here.