Russia and China have founded a Biomedical Cooperation Center
Employees of the Russian Trade Delegation in the PRC provided organizational assistance and took part in the Russian-Chinese Forum on cooperation in the sphere of medicine. The event took place as a part of implementation of One Belt, One Road initiative and was arranged to coincide with the anniversary of opening of the representative institution of Peter the Great St.Petersburg Polytechnic University in Shanghai.
Goal of the Forum - is a promotion of scientific and technical cooperation between Russia and China on the basis of introduction of innovative technologies, test run of the working platform for the Russian-speaking scientists at the territory of PRC, foundation of joint engineering center and technology transfer center, as well as maintenance of the Chinese party in elaboration of the plan for the formation of other joint scientific and research centers, offshore incubators and platform for the joint attraction of highly qualified experts.
Ceremony of signing of the agreement on foundation of Russian-Chinese Biomedical Cooperation Center took place in the course of the event. From the part of Russia, the document was signed by the representatives of Peter the Great St. Petersburg Polytechnic University, Pavlov First Saint Petersburg State Medical University, Almazov National Medical Research Center, P.Herzen Moscow Oncology Research Institute and Russian Photodynamic Association. Pudong Biology Industry Association and Shanghai International Business Incubation Association PuE participate in the project from the part of China.
The center, which is to be founded, shall mainly be specialized in the studies of cell structure and manufacturing of new medications, including antibiotics, which influence particular gene structures, but not the human organism in the whole. Besides, it is planned to arrange a work in the sphere of applied orthopaedics, generation of artificial tissues, as well as the devices, using Doppler effect, for the early diagnostics of cardiovascular diseases.