First Moscow State Medical University named after Sechenovis the oldest medical school in Russia, located in Moscow.
The university was inaugurated as the Imperial Moscow University (Moscow State University since 1917) in 1755. It is named after Ivan Sechenov, a doctoral graduate of Moscow Imperial, who is known as the “father of Russian physiology.” The institution became independent in 1930 and acquired full university status in 2010. It celebrated its 260th anniversary in 2018.
The academy is a center for training, certification and further education for medical staff and pharmacists.
It has 20 buildings with classrooms and lecture halls, a clinical center, a research center, library, publishing section, a video-photo department, laboratories, botanical garden and several students’ hostels.
About 1500 graduates are involved in post-graduate training as part of internship (primary specialization), clinical internship (residency), covering all clinical specialities, or post-graduate courses.
There are 160 chairs at the university. It collaborates with various international organizations including the International Association of the University Programs for Health Management, the World Organization of National Colleges, Academies and General Practitioners, the American International Alliance on Health Problems, the European Association of Management in Health Care, the World Academy of Medical Education.
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