Студентське наукове товариство







Затверджено на засіданні кафедри
18 жовтня 2013 року, протокол № 3

Інформація

про роботу студентського наукового гуртка кафедри біоорганічної і біологічної хімії та клінічної біохімії на
2013 - 2014 н. р.

1. Відповідальний за роботу студентського наукового гуртка – к. мед. н., асистент Кушнір Олександра Юріївна

2. Староста гуртка –
Маліневська Олександра Володимирівна, 2 курс, медичний факультет № 2, спеціальність «Лікувальна справа», група № 26

3.
ПЛАН РОБОТИ
студентського наукового гуртка кафедри
біоорганічної і біологічної хімії та клінічної біохімії на 2013/2014 навчальний рік


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Тема засідання

Термін виконання

Відповідальний за виконання

Відмітка про виконання

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2

3

4

5

1

Затвердження плану роботи на 2013-14 н.р. Обговорення результатів роботи у 2011-12 н.р. Організаційне засідання

18.09.13

Геруш І.В.

 Виконано

2

Біохімічний контроль в спорті

16.10.13

Бевзо.В.

 

Виконано

3

Сучасні уявлення про хіміко-токсикологічні властивості похідних піразолону

13.11.13

Хлус К.М.

Виконано

4

Хроноритм змін показників антиоксидантного захисту в печінці щурів.

18.12.13

Ленга Е.Л.

Виконано

5

Особливості впливу мелатоніну на енергетичний обмін.

15.01.14

Кушнір О.Ю.,

Мещишен І.Ф.


Виконано

  6

Вплив мелатоніну на показники  про- та антиоксидантної системи в щурів з алоксановим діабетом.

12.02.14

Яремій І.М.


 

7

Процеси пероксидного окиснення ліпідів у патогенезі різних захворювань.

19.03.14

Григор’єва Н.П.

 


8

Мелатонін – універсальний ендогенний антиоксидант.

16.04.13

Давидова Н.В.


9

Вплив сірководню на біохімічні процеси в тканинах.

14.05.14

Лугініч Н.М


 


10

Сучасні бактерицидні засоби азотвмісних гетероциклів.

Наночастинки: властивості та перспективи застосування в медицині.



28.05.14

Тащук К.Г.

 


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Організаційне засідання з підведення підсумків роботи за 2013-14 н.р.

11.06.13

Геруш І.В.

 

4.

СПИСОК

ЧЛЕНІВ СТУДЕНТСЬКОГО НАУКОВОГО ГУРТКА

КАФЕДРИ БІООРГАНІЧНОЇ І БІОЛОГІЧНОЇ ХІМІЇ ТА КЛІНІЧНОЇ БІОХІМІЇ

на 2013 - 2014 навчальний рік

№ п/п

Прізвище, ініціали

Курс

Факультет, спеціальність, ОКР

Група

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

7.

8.

9.


Данелюк Г.Д.

Мещишен І.-С. В.

Танеджа Крішна

Ярема І.В.

Маліневська О.В.

Савчук О.О.

Скоропляс С.В.

Гаур Хітеш

Пател Тіртх Мукешбхай.



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3

3

2

2

3

3

2

2


Мед. № 2, «Лікувальна справа», спец.

                
                ЧМК БДМУ, «Лікувальна справа», м. сп.

Мед. № 3, «Лікувальна справа», спец

Мед. № 1 «Педіатрія», спец.

Мед. № 2, «Лікувальна справа», спец.

Фарм., «Фармація», спец.

Мед. № 2, «Лікувальна справа», спец

                
                Мед. № 3, «Лікувальна справа», спец

Мед. № 2, «Лікувальна справа», спец


29


47

3

26

1

3

50

48





Виступ на конференції

    24th European Student’s Conference, an experience of a lifetime- The opportunity to present my research paper at Europe’s largest and oldest university hospital,an institute which has given birth to half of the German Nobel Prize winners in Medicine and Physiology.

    As we gathered in the auditorium for the Opening Session on the first day, I slowly began to absorb the enormity of this conference. More than 700 people filled the lecture hall, each more different than the other.I sat amongst people from every possible nook and corner of the world, representing different fields of research and various cultures. We were all strangers on that day, nervous, confused and definitely in awe of what the next few days held out for us. Amongst all our barriers the only thing binding us all together was ESC.

    ESC holds strong emphasis on a high quality scientific and educational program, which is realized through a series of scientific sessions, educational workshops and lectures covering most medical fields. This year’s theme was – “Consciousness and the Senses – How do we Perceive the World?”


    Under this theme, we had 4 profound professionals who presented their solution to some of the many medical issues prevailing today.

    The first of them being, Dr. Albert Hoffman the head of Department of Epidemiology at Erasmus Medical Center and Professor of Epidemiology at Harvard School of Public Health. He spoke about the enigma behind Alzheimer’s and the hidden causes behind this uprising epidemic.

    Next in line was one of the most amusing inventions we came across.

    Gordon Cheng, professor and chair of Institute for Cognitive Systems Cognitive Systems at the Technical University MunichHe and his team, among 15 other patents and over 200 technical patents, now invented a humanoid robot, which could perform all functions exactly like a human. The robot’s cognitive systems, biomimetic of human vision, computational neuroscience of vision, action understanding, human – robot interaction, mobile robot navigation and object oriented software construction left us awe struck.

    The 3rd lecture by Dr. John Dylan Hanes (Professor for Theory and Analysis of Large-Scale Brain Signals at the Bernstein Center for Computational Neuroscience and Director of Berlin Center for Advanced Neuroimaging BCAN.) amazed us to further extents. He presented his research on thought reading machines, the mechanism behind them and the decision-makingprocess-taking place within our brain.

    Lastly we had Alice Flaherty, a famous author and associate professor of neurology and psychiatry at the Harvard Medical School. Her research focused on the brain systems that control human drives, whether to walk, to communicate, or to create. Her lecture focused on the biology of the behavior and psychology of an ill patient.

    Following these Keynote lectures, spread throughout the 4 days of the conference, we concluded with a panel discussion with 4 professionals of the medical industry, including Dr. Doris Wolfslehner, a representative of the Bioethics committee of UNESCO. The discussion focused ondrugs that enhance the performance of the human brain. Being a highly controversial topic, the discussion focused mainly on the effectiveness of these drugs, their use and effect on society, moreover on the ethical implications underlying these drugs. The 2 hour session proved to present various perspectives and expanded our horizons.

    Amongst all the lectures and presentations, the ESC representatives managed to squeeze in a lot of practical experience as well. The vast platter of workshops offered by them made it a difficult choice for us as to which ones to attend. They ranged from basic training on endoscopy, suturing, sonography, and autopsies, living with an artificial heart and echocardiography to guided tours of medical museums, isolation wards and institutes such as Bayer-pharmaceuticalCompany and Rudolf Virchow’s institute of Pathology. The platter even included workshops on personal development such as leadership skills, project management skills, rhetoric question asking, workshops even included personal development and Time management. Various workshops directed our focus to development of drugs, the research behind them, their marketing and the negative effects of false marketing.

    Every evening was celebrated with great pompous and joy with parties at various beautiful venues across the city. Giving us all an opportunity to interact unofficially and enjoy the wonderful city of Berlin.

    The last day of the conference was marked with social programs to tour the city and grasp its scenic beauty. It was difficult to choose which was the best way to grasp everything at once – on foot, bike or boat! As we navigated through the skyscrapers and ancient buildings we walked through the various phases Berlin lived in. These tours gave us an insight on the difficult past of Germany and how it has fought everything and erupted into becoming Europe’s economic leader.

    ESC didn’t only prove to be an opportunity for us to grow as scientific researchers but also as human beings. By breaking the limits binding us to our countries and cultures, it gave us the opportunity to grasp the vastness of our world and truly become global citizens. By the end of the 4-day conference we had made relationships that would last for a lifetime.

    In a nutshell, the 24th ESC has given us a lot to carry along with us -knowledge, lessons, friends, fun and lots of memories. I look forward to attending it again next year and for many years to come.

    I would like to specially thank my Scientific Director – Madam Oleksander Kushnir (Biochemistry Department) for providing me with this wonderful opportunity to learn and grow.


    By,
    Krishna Smriti Taneja
     Course 3 (Group 47)