The development of scientific cooperation in the field of medicine – a meeting between Minister Przemyslav Czarnik and scientists from the Medical College of Wisconsin
June 1, 2022
During his visit to the United States, Minister Przemyslav Czarnik met with scientists from the Medical College of Wisconsin. Talks focused on establishing cooperation and exchanging experiences in the field of cancer research. Representatives of the Catholic University of Lublin, the Medical University of Wroclaw and the National Research and Development Center also participated in the discussion.
On the third day of his visit to the United States, Minister Przemyslav Czarnik met with scientists from the Medical College of Wisconsin. He emphasized that after the Covid crisis period, a dynamic development of academic and scientific cooperation between Polish and American universities became possible.
The head of MEiN assured the government’s support in implementing the implemented activities. He emphasized that the goal of cooperation between Polish and American scientists is the welfare of the patient: – All this so that patients in Poland, America and the world are at the center of our attention. Minister Przemyslav Czarnik said that everything we do is for the sick.
The Minister of Education and Science spoke about the development of medical colleges in Poland and new solutions related to the development of medical care. He pointed out that these activities are in response to the needs of the community: – We are working to increase the number of medical colleges for patients, including those at the Catholic University in Lublin. We introduce new solutions, reform the education system in medical schools.
– We want to cooperate with you and benefit from your experience – said Minister Przemyslav Czarnik, addressing scientists from the Medical College of Wisconsin and declaring his desire to cooperate.
The meeting was also attended by representatives of the Catholic University of Lublin, the Medical University of Wroclaw and the National Research and Development Center. Polish researchers will collaborate with American scientists from Wisconsin in the field of cancer research.
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