Bogomolets National Medical University
Bogomolets National Medical University is a high medical school founded in 1841 in Kyiv, Ukraine. The school is named after physiologist Alexander A. Bogomolets. NMU provides medical training for over 10,000 students, including about 1,300 foreigners from 56 countries. The university employs about 1200 teachers.
- 1860 Vladimir Betz, scientist who discovered Betz cells
- 1946 Isaac Trachtenberg, member of National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine
- Maryna Poroshenko, First Lady of Ukraine
- 1989 Olga Bogomolets, singer, songwriter, physician, and presidential candidate
- Oleh Musiy, Minister of Healthcare (Ukraine)
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