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Morphological science conferences

2002 – 2021: 20 conferences

  • VII Students’ Conference of Morphological Sciences on 2 May 2002 – 16 presentations (organisers O. Koroļova, M. Pilmane)
  • VIII Students’ Conference of Morphological Sciences on 8 May 2003 – 34 presentations (organisers R. Žagare, V. Groma, M. Pilmane)
  • IX Students’ Conference of Morphological Sciences on 5 May 2004 – 25 presentations (organisers M. Pilmane, R. Žagare, V. Groma, I. Duļevska)
  • X Students’ Conference of Morphological Sciences on 5 May 2005 – presentations (organisers M. Pilmane, R. Žagare, V. Groma, I. Duļevska)
  • XI Students’ Conference of Morphological Sciences on 18 May 2006 – 24 presentations (organisers M. Pilmane, R. Žagare, V. Groma, I. Duļevska)
  • XII Students’ Conference of Morphological Sciences on 10 May 2007 – 18 presentations (organisers M. Pilmane, R. Žagare, V. Groma, I. Duļevska)
  • XIII Students’ Conference of Morphological Sciences on 14 May 2008 – 15 presentations (organisers M. Pilmane, R. Žagare, V. Groma, I. Duļevska)
  • XIV Students’ Conference of Morphological Sciences on 5 May 2009 – 14 presentations (organisers M. Pilmane, R. Žagare, V. Groma, I. Duļevska)
  • XV Students’ Conference of Morphological Sciences on 13 May 2010 – 31 presentation (organisers M. Pilmane, V. Groma, Dz. Kažoka, I. Duļevska)
  • XVI Students’ Conference of Morphological Sciences on 12 May 2011 – 29 presentations (organisers M. Pilmane, V. Groma, Dz. Kažoka, I. Duļevska)
  • XVII Students’ Conference of Morphological Sciences on 16 May 2012 – 32 presentations (organisers M. Pilmane, V. Groma, Dz. Kažoka, I. Duļevska)
  • XVIII Students’ Conference of Morphological Sciences on 17 May 2013 – 22 presentations (organisers M. Pilmane, V. Groma, Dz. Kažoka, I. Duļevska)
  • XIX Students’ Conference of Morphological Sciences on 15 May 2014 – 29 presentations (organisers M. Pilmane, Dz. Kažoka, O. Koļesova, E. Jakovicka)
  • XX Students’ Conference of Morphological Sciences on 14 May 2015 – 38 presentations (organisers M. Pilmane, Dz. Kažoka, O.Koļesova, E.Jakovicka)
  • XXI Students’ Conference of Morphological Sciences on 12 May 2016 – 34 presentations (organisers M. Pilmane, Dz. Kažoka, E. Sidhoma, E. Jakovicka)
  • XXII Students’ Conference of Morphological Sciences on 11 May 2017 (organisers M. Pilmane, Dz. Kažoka, E. Jakovicka)
  • XXIII Student Morphology Sciences Conference on 10 May 2018 (organisers: M. Pilmane, Dz. Kažoka, E. Jakovicka)
  • XXIV Student Morphology Sciences Conference on 9 May 2019 (organisers: M. Pilmane, Dz. Kažoka, E. Sidhoma, D. Enkuzena)
  • XXV Students’ Conference of Morphological Sciences on 14 May 2020 (organisers: M. Pilmane, Dz. Kažoka, D. Enkuzena, A. Čakstiņš);

An agreement regarding summer traineeships for outstanding students under the supervision of Prof. G. Rūmanss was concluded for three years on 2003 between the Department of Anatomy of the Uppsala University, Sweden, and the Institute of Anatomy and Anthropology of the Rīga Stradiņš University. Students Z. Jaunmuktāne, A. Ivanovs, M. Malzubris and A. Ribakovs visited Uppsala.

Anatomy Olympiads (16)

Anatomy Olympiads are a unique event organised by students. The initiative group of 2004 was led by Maksims Timčenko, whose idea was to develop training materials allowing to test the knowledge of other students. Finally it was decided to attract to the event as many students as possible and the nature of the Anatomy Olympiad has not changed much since then: 2nd year students develop assignments of various degrees of difficulty, and teams made up of 1st year students have to solve them. This is an all-day event in the Theatrum Anatomicum. Winners receive medals and commemorative prizes, and everybody, both students and teachers, really enjoy the event! Swedish and German colleagues who had the chance to participate in the event, have taken the idea back to their universities. Gradually the concept of the Anatomy Olympiad gained popularity and in 2016 it became an international event attended by student teams from universities of neighbouring and other countries wishing to compete for awards and make new acquaintances. 

The organisation of Anatomy Olympiads is supported by RSU management, Faculty of Medicine Dean’s office, all the AAI staff, and specifically M. Pilmane, R. Žagare, Dz. Kažoka.

  • I Anatomy Olympiad, RSU, AAI, May 2004
  • II Anatomy Olympiad, RSU, AAI, 22 April 2005
  • III Anatomy Olympiad, RSU, AAI, 12 May 2006
  • IV Anatomy Olympiad, RSU, AAI, 11 May 2007
  • V Anatomy Olympiad, RSU, AAI, 9 May 2008
  • VI Anatomy Olympiad, RSU, AAI, 15 May 2009
  • VII Anatomy Olympiad, RSU, AAI, 7 May 2010
  • VIII Anatomy Olympiad, RSU, AAI, 27 May 2011
  • IX Anatomy Olympiad, RSU, AAI, 24 May 2012
  • X Anatomy Olympiad, RSU, AAI, 24 May 2013
  • XI Anatomy Olympiad, RSU, AAI, 23 May 2014
  • XII Anatomy Olympiad, RSU, AAI, 29 May 2015
  • XIII Baltic Anatomy Olympiad, RSU, AAI, 19–20 May 2016
  • XIV Baltic Anatomy Olympiad, RSU, AAI, 25–26 May 2017
  • XV Baltic Anatomy Olympiad, RSU, IAA, 17 – 18 May 2018
  • XVI Baltic Anatomy Olympiad, RSU, IAA, 16 – 17 May 2019
  • XVII Anatomy Olympiad, RSU, IAA, 23 – 24 September 2020

Histology Olympiad

  • 1st Histology Olympiad, RSU, IAA, 13 December 2019