Bentham Science is pleased to announce an Institutional Member partnership with the Polish university, The Medical University of Silesia in Katowice. The partnership gives researchers from the university an opportunity to publish their research under an Open Access license with considerable concessions. Bentham Science Publishers envisions to promote open research through transformative agreements with renowned institutions around the world and facilitate their researchers for publishing their work. The collaboration with the salient Polish institution is another step forward in this endeavor.
The Medical University of Silesia in Katowice (SUM in Katowice) is a university established in 1948, modern, caring for the highest quality of education and constantly adapting its educational services to the needs of the labor market. The university has five faculties located in Katowice Ligota, Zabrze, Bytom and Sosnowiec. Within the five faculties, in the form of full-time and part-time, 1st and 2nd degree studies, and uniform master's studies, SUM educates doctors, dentists, pharmacists, medical analysts, medical biotechnologists, as well as specialists in the field of public health, emergency medicine, dietetics, nursing, obstetrics, physiotherapy, cosmetology, neurobiology, electroradiology, health risk management and medical coaching.
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