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09/2023 - Scientific TV program in the field of biomedical engineering

22:21 16.21.2024

The next TV program "Najot Bilimda” (Salvation in knowledge), which is regularly broadcast by the Andijan region television and radio company, was devoted to the educational program of "biomedical engineering", specialization and their tasks.

In this TV program, Professor Zafar Juraev, a head of the biomedical engineering program at the Andijan Machine Building Institute, Professor Bakhodir Askarov, Professor Shukhrat Kurbanov, professors and teachers, doctoral students, researchers and students participated.

The program takes place in the scientific-practical laboratory of "biomedical engineering" at the Andijan Machine Building Institute, the role of medical engineers in medical and treatment institutions and the requirements for their training, the peculiarities of the educational process, nanotechnologies in biomedicine, as well as , the current state of the field, existing problems and their solutions were mentioned in the presentations on topics such as management of medical equipment and supplies.

At the same time, information about the projects UzMedEn: New master’s degree and training course programs in the field of medical engineering in Uzbekistan and I2-PLEDGE: Innovative and interdisciplinary Programmes in Bio-medical Engineering to Leverage and Exploit the Digital Growth programme for students employability in Uzbekistan financed by the Erasmus+ program of the European Union was given.

Also, development and study of practical diagnostic methods with high-tech medical equipment, modeling of biological structures and organs and 3D visualization technologies, metrology and medical measurements in medicine, development of programs for modeling the therapeutic effect of medical equipment on the body topics such as output, the possibilities of using artificial intelligence in biomedical practice, the development and research of design tools for intelligent data processing systems for biomedical applications were described.