“MTA’s Momentum Programme for Excellence offers autonomy for research”

Balázs Győrffy, Associate Professor at the Paediatric Clinic No. II of Semmelweis University, who has received the opportunity to set up a Momentum research group at the MTA Research Centre for Natural Sciences, wishes to come forward with efficient anticancer therapies. He hopes to improve Hungary’s present negative record in cancer-related mortality.

More information: http://mta.hu/news_and_views/mtas-momentum-programme-for-excellence-offers-autonomy-for-research-134545/

HAS NEWS,  17/06/2014

2018-06-06T15:22:01+00:00 2014. June 18.|Recent News|