In relation to the organisation and conduction of the fifth Black Sea Symposium for Young Scientists in Biomedicine (BSYSB), which will be held during the 6th and the 9th of April, due to the suggestion of the Students’ Council and order № P-100-216 from the rector of MU-Varna, Prof. Dr. Krasimir Ivanov, the 7th of April is announced to be a day free of classes.
During the congress, which includes a scientific programme with poster, presentation and workshop sessions, a great part of the technical and material base of the Medical University of Varna will be used. Therefore, we believe this will help and contribute for a smooth and problem-free holding of the scientific event, which itself will stimulate the development of science in students and young doctors.
For the fifth year in a row, students and young specialists in Biomedicine will present their own scientific works and research in the Sea capital. The latest technologies and products, available for medical specialists around the world and in Bulgaria, will be presented at the forum. The Symposium has an already developed base of participants, who annually exceed their achievements. The chance for an academic display at a renown event like BSYSB, attracts many more new faces. It is expected that attendance will reach upwards of 700 people this year, including students, PhD graduates and young scientists from the country and abroad.