As the best Hungarian university offering medical education, the University of Debrecen has been ranked 228th in the Medical Science category of the Round University Ranking. The university has improved by more than 100 places in the last two years in this category.
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Compared to last year, the University of Debrecen has gained 100 places in the category of medical and health sciences of the Times Higher Education Ranking. UD has also finished among the best 500 in the subject of Social Sciences, while it has been ranked in the 501-600 range in Life Sciences.
UD has improved its position on the thematic lists of Times Higher Education. In the area of natural sciences the institution moved up on the list compared to the previous year, and it is ranked in the top 800. UD is ranked again in the top 600 this year in the areas of life and medical sciences.
Dentistry training at the Faculty of Dentistry (FOK) is a model training at both domestic and international levels – the celebrating audience who had gathered to commemorate the 15th anniversary of the founding of the Faculty of Dentistry was told on January 28.
A special micro CT was introduced at the University of Debrecen on Wednesday. The machine, which is unique in Hungary, will be used to study bone structures around dental implants, and is able to provide images with resolutions up to 350 nanometre.
The EU regulation that puts a ban on the use of amalgam filling causes no problems either in patient care or education at the dentistry unit of the University of Debrecen. In children's dentistry, doctors have used an innovative material that provides protection against caries for years.
Launching an undergraduate program in digital dentistry is planned by the 15 years old Faculty of Dentistry of the University of Debrecen, which would be unique in the whole of Europe. This information was released at the press conference of 19th Debrecen Days of Dentistry on Wednesday.
Medicor Kéziműszer Zrt. [Medicor Hand Instrument Ltd.] regularly offers free state-of-the-art medical instruments to aid the program of first-year students of medicine and dentistry at the University of Debrecen. This year, the students received as many as 646 practicing sets of hand instruments.
The current visiting professor from India at the Department of Ayurveda in Debrecen is to offer an introductory course on the primary reasons for diseases, traditional phytotherapy, and a generally more holistic approach to healing.