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Doctoral study programmes in “Biomedicine”

Doctoral studies in biomedical sciences were in compliance with Act # 172/1990 Coll., i.e. the Act on Schools of Higher Education, established at Charles University in Prague on the legal basis of the General Agreement on Co-operation of 23rd April 1997, between the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic and Charles University in Prague, and the Association Agreement of 26th June 1997, between the same institutions. Doctoral studies in biomedical sciences are implemented in compliance with Act # 172/1990 Coll., i.e. the Act on Schools of Higher Education, on the legal basis of the General Agreement on Co-operation and the Association Agreement, both of 13th March 2007, between Charles University in Prague and the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic

The aim is creation of a consistent concept of the system of doctoral studies and scientific training of graduates of doctoral studies in biology and medicine as well as providing of adequate conditions for common implementation of doctoral study programmes on a legally acceptable basis.

Particular doctoral study programmes in biomedical sciences at Charles University are accredited together for the First Faculty of Medicine, the Second Faculty of Medicine, the Third Faculty of Medicine, the Faculty of Natural Science, the Faculty of Physical Culture, and the Faculty of Humanitarian Studies.

Secretariat for Biomedical Studies

The Secretariat for Biomedical Studies, headed by the Secretary, is resident in the building of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, in room 124 on the 1st floor at Národní tř. 3, 117 20 Praha 1, tel. 221 403 215,

e-mail: kovarikova@kav.cas.cz 8 a.m. – 12 (noon)

The Secretary for Biomedical Studies, in particular

· provides for operation of doctoral studies in biomedical sciences between the session of the Co-ordinating Council;

· attends the sessions of the Co-ordinating Council and keeps its minutes;

· keeps the data base of all participants in doctoral studies in biomedical sciences;

· provides for communication with the staff responsible for doctoral studies in biomedical sciences at particular training institutions.

Information on the studies in a particular doctoral study programme/field in biomedicine may be obtained from registrars of doctoral studies at the First Faculty of Medicine of Charles University.

 

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