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Extraordinary achievement and compliment to the President of IMAB:
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BOOK TITLE: Immunopathology and Immunomodulation
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Dr. Gerhard Krejci, from Vienna-Austria, Chairman of
the European Clinical Trial Associates (ECTA), has been nominated by
IMAB for the academic title "Doctor honoris causa"
of Varna Medical University. The official ceremony and granting of this
title to Prof. G.Krejci took place in the Main Aula of Varna University
Hospital "St. Marina" on 28 October 2005. Prof. G. Krejci
is the first IMAB nominee for the highest academic university title.
The Rector of Varna Medical University Prof. Dr. Anelia Klissarova granted
"Doctor honoris causa" to Prof. G. Krejci.