Clinical Partner

Medical University of Gdansk (GUMed) – is the largest medical university in northern Poland, located in one of the most beautiful cities in Europe with an old town and beautiful sandy beaches. According to the 2020 higher education ranking of the Perspektywy Education Foundation, the MUG is the first medical school in the country and ranks among the top ten of the best Polish state universities (6th place). The Medical University of Gdańsk has been acknowledged as the member of an elite group of the best 10 Polish universities awarded in the prestigious Excellence Initiative – Research University competition. Every year, many young people make efforts to study at the largest medical school in Northern Poland. The MUG educates more than 6000 undergraduate and postgraduate students at 4 Faculties: Faculty of Health Sciences, Faculty of Medicine, Faculty of Pharmacy and the Intercollegiate Faculty of Biotechnology. The MUG offers Premedical Course, Medicine Doctor Programme, Pharmacy Programme, Nursing Programme which are taught fully in English. The MUG constantly improves its clinical and teaching facilities. In the end of 2011, the University Clinical Centre has been successfully modernised. Our main hospital – the Invasive Medicine Centre (IMC) is one of the most modern hospitals in Europe. The new investment of the MUG – Non-Invasive Medicine Centre (NIMC) together with the IMC is the one of the largest and newest hospital complexes in Poland. GUMedd involved the preparation of CANKADO with the relevant information during the first year and in WP4 contributing to patient enrolment, data acquisition, patient training and data analysis and will also contribute to all other workpackages Pawel Kabata will lead the Gdansk Team. Pawel is a young breast surgeon from Poland with very strong commitment of offering better chances in locoregional treatment to breast cancer patients

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This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon Europe research and innovation programme under Grant Agreement number 101057389