Erasmus+ exchange and continued success at all levels
Funding from Erasmus continues for Professor Thomas Boréns exchange program of doctoral students and staff with SUMY State University in Ukraine, an undertaking that continues to provide great outcomes.
Professor Thomas Borén and the research team at the Department of Medical Biochemistry and Biophysics, has been again granted Erasmus+ funding within the International Credit Mobility program for project with exchange with Sumy State University, Ukraine. This grant follows the recently concluded similar exchange project, that produced multiple positive results.
“The exchange was fruitful in many ways, we had a project that led to screening for bacteria in stomachs of Cheetahs another with applications in Clinical Dentistry, and there were few others”, said Thomas.
“Our partners in Sumy complemented us well with their talented group of doctoral students and staff, and there was an overall synergistic affect. We are glad with the funding decision and look forward to continuing with our efforts”, added Thomas.