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Opening of the Medical Research Cooperating Center at HYU
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   On Jan. 11, the opening ceremony for the Medical Research Cooperating Center (MRCC) was held at  HYU. The MRCC is designed to  support scientists?active medical research such as assisting with medical illustrations, editing english theses, and analyzing statistics. The plan for establishing the MRCC begun in February, 2009 and the regulations of the MRCC started on Sep. 1, 2009. The MRCC is located in the building of the College of Medicine.
Research teams belonging to the College of Medicine are the people who are mainly going to do research. Also, for accurate service, equipment to do applications such as Fluorescence Microscopy, Real Time PCR (Polymerase Chain Reaction), and Confocal microscopy are provided in the center. The users can rent the equipment whenever they need it.
   Also, MRCC manages the scholarships supported by Industrial Cooperation for researchers. 20 professors and researchers in College of medicine will get support of 20 million won annually.  
"The service we provide is expected to be greatly helpful to the professors who spend their time as teachers and also doctors,"Kim Gheun-ho, the Chief of the MRCC said. 
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