The 25th International Morphology Sciences Conference for Students was Held Online
The 25th Student Morphology Sciences Conference was held at the Rīga Stradiņš Unviersity (RSU) Institute of Anatomy and Anthropology on 14 May 2020. 48 students participated by presenting 35 research papers (four were dedicated to the microscopic study of tissues, while 31 – to anatomy and anthropology).
The conference was held online this year using Zoom. 100 participants attended the conference’s four sections. The jury announced two winning teams, while two teams came second and two teams came third. In addition, the company RePharm awarded two inducement prizes.
- Kauliņš R. (Faculty of Medicine, 3rd year)
Growth Factors and Their Receptors, Muscle Quality Factor and Separate Gene Expression in the Congenital Diaphragm Hernia
- Bozzotto E. (International Student Department, Faculty of Medicine, 2nd year)
Application of 3D Printing in Substitution of a Fragment of Humerus Bone
- Dietze L., Aberspach L., Dörnhöfer C. (International Student Department, Faculty of Medicine, 1st year)
Anatomical Preparation of Muscles for Photogrammetric Processing
- Spiridonova I., Ponomarjova M. (Faculty of Medicine, 3rd year)
Evaluation of Variations of Femoral Neck-Shaft Angle
- Boikova V., Koliste K. (Faculty of Medicine, 3rd year)
Anatomical Variations of the Aortic Arch Branches
- Ozols E. (Faculty of Medicine, 1st year)
Anatomical Properties of Auriculae Cordis et Musculi Pectinati and Their Potential Correlation to Thromboembolic Events in Atrial Fibrillation
RePharm inducement prize
- Podlesnaja M. (Institute of Anatomy and Anthropology)
Proliferation Markers, Cytokines and Antimicrobial Factors in Human Healthy Nasal Mucosa Superficial and Glandular Epithelia
- Eglīte G. K., Mežale L. (Faculty of Medicine, 1st year)
Patterns of the Superficial Veins of the Cubital Fossa
Participants will get participation certificates of participation, diplomas and prizes. Students will most likely be able to receive them during the autumn semester, as the national safety restrictions change.