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The innovative class based on the HistoViewer platform developed by BioVitrum has been opened at Kazan State Medical University

         The chancellor of Kazan State Medical University (KSMU) Alexey Sozinov, and the CEO of BioVitrum Vladimir Tsimberg opened the first class in the Russian Federation created on the foundation of the innovative HistoViewer platform, developed by BioVitrum. This class is the first step of a long term strategic partnership, and a gift for KSMU’s 200th anniversary.


The unique HistoViewer hardware-software platform will be the nex step from a traditional microscope mathodes to a modern smart-technology program of visualization and samples analysis. BioVitrum’s product will also allow KSMU to digitize their archive of unique histology samples, allowing for retention and investigation of data which in some cases dates back to the 19th century.

      Development of Russian science and technology is a top priority of the federal government of the Russian Federation. This objective has been supported by a number of federal programs and grants which help to the integration of medicine, science and business.

     “I’m happy that our company, using our technology and innovations, created our own product, which can be used for diagnostics, science and teaching targets. I would like to say, that this class is not just a  hardware-software platform, but the beginning of a larger strategic partnership with the university.” –  CEO of BioVitrum, Vladimir Tsimberg.

      The foundation of this innovative course was held in the context of a round table discussion on “The development of Russian technologies in medicine, science and education” which was organized and held by BioVitrum at KSMU. Representatives of the Ministry of Health, the Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of Tatarstan, the chancellor of KSMU, and members of the medical and scientific community discussed plans for the development of innovative domestic technologies for education, science, medicine and business.


    Chancellor Alexey Sozinov stressed that the university traditionally pays great attention to innovations in teaching: “For us, not only is it important to improve the teaching process, but on the whole create interactive, educational activities that combine teaching and research laboratories and classes, as a vital step in the development of qualified specialists.”


      The head of the Higher Education Department of the Ministry of Education of Tatarstan, Ravil Sirazeev, thanked BioVitrum for this important and innovative gift. He noted, that companies which invest in education a future generation of employees, will be competitive in their development.

“The class will allow our clinical conferences to provide high quality medical services that will satisfy our citizens.” - said First Deputy Health Minister of the Republic of Tatarstan Sergei Osipov.

      BioVitrum actively develops domestic manufacturing and the development of innovative products through a strong team of engineers, biologists, medics and chemists. At the end of the meeting, the Head of KSMU and the CEO of "BioVitrum" signed an agreement on long-term strategic cooperation.