As part of a medical exchange program in Tokyo, Ukrainians receive and teach

Although Ukrainian biochemist Tetiana Yatsenko began her two-year stint as a postgraduate researcher at Juntendo University in Tokyo in March, the first two months have been almost entirely taken up with her efforts to help others reach safely in Japan from his native land, which has now lasted more than six years. months of war since the start of the Russian invasion on February 24.

Along with its research director Beate Heissig, a specially appointed associate professor of medical sciences at Juntendo, Yatsenko has played a key role in helping the university set up and organize a scholarship for medical professionals, students and Ukrainian researchers under the clinical observation program of Juntendo University Hospital.

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