A Christmas Dinner Party for Incoming Erasmus students of PUMS was held on the 10th of December in Poznan, where our international students from Italy, Portugal, Spain, Germany, Turkey, Croatia, France, Hungary, Bulgaria and Papua New Guinea, enjoyed a variety of Polish 'Crimbo' food. Our Erasmus students of medicine, dentistry, pharmacy, electroradiology and nursing had a unique opportunity to taste traditional Polish Christmas dishes, bond, exchange ideas and share information on their 'Christmas customs and traditions.





FACEBOOK - PUMS  international relations

 We are pleased to announce that the  International Relations Office has launched a Facebook account.

We invite you to visit our account: PUMS international cooperation





ERASMUS+ for employees

We are pleased to announce that  10 employees of all our faculties received ERASMUS+ scholarship within contract KA-103-2019.

In 2019/20 academic year, 4 academic teachers will conduct classes with students in partner universities in Belgium, Italy and Germany, and 6 will partake training at scientific and academic centres in Great Britain, Spain, Italy, France, Croatia and Turkey.
Our Erasmus family is systematically growing up, what more we want to emphasize that in the current academic year the largest group of employees will take apart in Erasmus from the beginning of our participation in the Erasmus Program.

Congratulations to all scholars!





The success of our scientist Prof. Rodryg Ramlau in Brussels!

Professor Rodryg Ramlau - head of the Chair and Department of Oncology of our university, became a member of the extremely prestigious Expert Advisory Body at one of the five Mission Councils for the new European Union program for research and innovation "Horizon Europe".These all five Missions will be a key element of the 2021-2027 program. Prof. Ramlau will be an expert within the Cancer Mission.





1st ORBIS Summer School and Workshop

We are greatly satisfied to inform that ORBIS project, coordinated by our University, has reached its next milestone. On 12-14th June 2019  1st ORBIS Summer School and Workshop on Pharmaceutical Preformulation and Processing were held in Dublin, organized by Trinity College Dublin and two companies: APC Ltd. (Dublin) and JSC Farmak (Kiev). The institutions were represented, respectively, by Prof. Lidia Tajber, Dr. Sharon Davin and Dr Irina Nagorichna.

19 people form our University visited the rainy capital of Ireland, together with representatives from Ukraine, Czech Republic, Finland, Germany, the US and Ireland itself, to hear brilliant lectures on different aspects of pharmaceutical industry. The speakers invited by Trinity College and APC Ltd. gave us insight into details of preformulation, particle engineering and advanced solid state characterization, while JSC Farmak’s employees presented during the workshops their practical experience and case studies from different stages of technological development of drug products. A great asset of the event was the fact that the invited lecturers came both from academic and industrial background, which enabled the participants to get acquainted with different perspectives on the issues of contemporary pharmacy. This is the core of the intersectorality idea of projects like ORBIS, realized under the MSCA-RISE action.



18 years of Erasmus program at PUMS!

The academic year, which is slowly approaching the end, is another year of our university's participation in the European Union Erasmus program.
Counting from the beginning 2000/2001, it has been 18 years! During this all years we have got experience supported by numbers:

 Our Erasmus family already has 1,829 people in total, so we hope that soon there will be 2,000 or even more.

Erazm from Rotterdam said: "When there's a will, there's a way", so please join the Erasmus family and keep your fingers crossed!





Kosciuszko Foundation Fellowship

Prof. Marzena Gajecka, the Head of the Department of Genetics and Pharmaceutical Microbiology, Faculty of Pharmacy, has been awarded a Kosciuszko Foundation Fellowship for the academic year 2019/2020, to visit Baylor College of Medicine and Texas Children’s Hospital in Houston, TX, US.

Prof. Gajecka during the 3-month fellowship will work on an implementation of integrative analyzes in multi-omics studies of host-microbiota interactions in multifactorial diseases.

The Kosciuszko Foundation promotes closer ties between Poland and the United States through educational, scientific and cultural exchanges. The Kosciuszko Foundation annually awards a number of Fellowships/Grants to Poles for advanced study, research, and teaching at universities and other institutions of higher learning in the United States.