INSBIOMM, Improving World Health Safety Through Collaborative Research between Researchers

INSBIOMM, Improving World Health Safety Through Collaborative Research between Researchers
PROF. Dr. H. Mohammad Nasih, SE., MT., Ak while giving his remarks in opening INSBIOM 2019 in the Garuda Mukti Hall, 5th Floor, Campus C on Tuesday, August 27. (Photo: Mohammad Alif Fauzan)

UNAIR NEWS - The threat of infectious diseases has the potential to kill thousands and even millions of people every year. The threat appears as an outbreak that can damage…

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Prof. Nasih Presented UNAIR Stem Cell Research to the Presidential Chief of Staff

Prof. Nasih Presented UNAIR Stem Cell Research to the Presidential Chief of Staff
FROM the left, Head of UNAIR Stem Cell Research and Development Center (P3SC) Dr. Purwati dr., Sp.PD .; Vice Rector II, Dr. Muhammad Madyan, SE., M.Si., M.Fin .; Rector, Prof. Dr. Mohammad Nasih SE., MT, Ak., CMA .; Presidential Chief of Staff, Moeldoko, Vice Rector I Prof. Dr., Djoko Santoso Ph.D., K-GH., FINASIM .; and UNAIR Secretary Drs. Koko Srimulyo, M.Si. after having discussion on UNAIR stem cell research at Bina Graha, Jakarta, on Wednesday, July 10, 2019 (Photo: By courtesy)

UNAIR NEWS - Rector of Universitas Airlangga Prof. Dr. Mohammad Nasih SE., MT, Ak., CMA., presented the stem cell research to the Presidential Chief of Staff, TNI General Moeldoko at Bina Graha on…

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UNAIR-Japanese Professors Discuss Future Joint Research

UNAIR-Japanese Professors Discuss Future Joint Research
From the right, Head of Institute of Tropical Desease (ITD) Prof. Inge Lusida and Kobe Team Representative Prof. Sakurai Tetsu looking at video of research activities at Universitas Airlangga with professors from Japan. In total there were ten professors from Japan having a discussion at ITD on Tuesday, January 8, 2019. (Photo: Feri Fenoria)

Some professors from Japan and Universitas Airlangga held an interactive discussion at the Institute of Tropical Diseases (ITD) on Tuesday, January 8, 2019.

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