News

18 Jun
News in anatomy
Hungarian and international experts discussed the novel approach to the teaching of anatomy, innovative digital techniques, as well as the most recent results of neuroscience, clinical anatomy, cell and developmental biology at the University of Debrecen.
12 Jun
It is graduation ceremony time...
About 3600 fresh graduates can receive their degrees at the University of Debrecen in the following weeks: hirek.unideb.hu provides live coverage of the graduation ceremonies.
11 Jun
Novelties in neurology
The latest methods in the diagnosis and therapy of multiple sclerosis and Parkinson’s disease were discussed by Hungarian and foreign neurologists in Debrecen last week. At the conference the worl-class stroke care at the Neurology Clinic of the University of Debrecen was discussed, too.
23 May
Travelling through the eyes of a doctor
Medical students at the University of Debrecen are learning about jet-lag, travel-induced stress, holiday traumas and preparation of patients with chronic diseases on a travel medicine course considered to be unique in Europe.
29 Mar
Living in a Closed World
The number of individuals diagnosed with autism is on the rise. At Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Ward of Kenézy Hospital, there are as many as 50 new cases treated every year, which is twice the amount of the cases 15 years ago.
01 Mar
Amazing success in the field of cardiology
The number of those dying from heart attack has shrunk by two thirds in the last 20 years – we learned at the press conference of the 23rd Cardiological Days in Debrecen on Thursday. About 6-700 patients with acute heart attack are treated at the catheter laboratory of the University of Debrecen.
28 Feb
QS rank list – UD is in the international elite
According to the rank list published today by the QS World University Rankings, the University of Debrecen belongs to the international elite in three educational fields.
12 Feb
The New Center for Bone Marrow Transplantation (BMT)
The Department of Hematology of the Clinical Center has been added sterile wards and it has also received state-of-the-art medical equipment recently. The new BMT unit may significantly improve the life expectancy of hematological patients and make the national waiting lists shorter in the future.
07 Feb
Hand Instruments Offered To Assist the Program in Medicine
State-of-the-art quality medical hand instruments, offered by Medicor Kéziműszer Zrt. for free, provide substantial help in the practical programs of first-year students of the University of Debrecen in medicine and dentistry. This year, the students received as many as 764 practicing sets.
13 Dec
A German biochemist wins this year’s Debrecen Award
The molecular causes of the onset of Alzheimer's and Huntington diseases is the research topic of this year’s winner of the “Debrecen Award for Molecular Medicine,” Franz-Ulrich Hartl. The memorial plaque was presented to Professor Hartl at the University of Debrecen on 13 December.