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Cooperation within Tempus

18. 06. 2015

Representatives of the Military Medical Academy and the University of Defence in Belgrade participated in the workshop in the field of bioengineering and attended the regular meeting of the consortium BioEMIS TEMPUS project held from 15 to 17 June 2015 in Budva, Montenegro.
The results of the project and the technical and technological advances in bioengineering were presented during the workshop, while the consortium meeting discussed issues in the field of financing, equipment procurement, development of study programs and future activities on the project. During the presentation of representatives of the Military Medical Academy and the University of Defence it was discussed about the MMA’s readiness for the implementation and the start of specialist academic studies in bioengineering. It was announced that the MMA’s Faculty of Medicine, University of Defence in Belgrade accredited the program of specialized academic studies in the field of bioengineering and medical informatics, and also the decision made by the University of Defence to enroll 10 attendees who should start their studies in October 2015 was emphasized.
The meeting, chaired by the project coordinator Prof. Dr. Duncan Shepherd from the University of Birmingham, was attended by representatives of six universities in the region, Belgrade, Kragujevac, Nis, Istocno Sarajevo, Bihac, Mostar and Banja Luka, as well as the University of Tampere, Birmingham and Maribor.
The Military Medical Academy is one of the partners of the TEMPUS project "Studies in bioengineering and medical informatics" (BioEMIS 530423), which is funded by the Executive Agency for programs in education, media and culture in order to develop and implement an interdisciplinary study program in the field of bioengineering and medical informatics at universities in Serbia, Montenegro and Bosnia and Herzegovina.

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