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Zoya Veselovska is an academician of the National Academy of Medical Sciences of Ukraine, Doctor of Medical Sciences, Professor, Laureate of the State Prize of the Ukrainian SSR in Science and Technology, Honored Doctor of Ukraine, ophthalmologist of the highest category. Zoya Veselovska is a well-known scientist and clinician in the field of ophthalmology in Ukraine and abroad, and a member of several international organizations, including the European Glaucoma Society (EGS) and the World Glaucoma Association (WGS). She is the head of the Ukrainian Glaucoma Society. She is also the editor-in-chief of the international scientific and practical journal Ophthalmology. Zoya Veselovska has made a significant contribution to the development and implementation of new methods of diagnosis, medical and microsurgical treatment of eye diseases such as cataracts, glaucoma, retinal problems, and other eye pathologies. She has successfully performed thousands of complex ophthalmic surgeries on patients. Zoya Veselovska's scientific achievements include monographs, textbooks, and patents. In recent years, her activities resulted in the approval for active implementation of the National Document "Glaucoma. Standards of medical care" developed on the basis of the European guidelines, which is extremely important for the prevention of blindness.
Mykola Veselovsky - Academician of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Doctor of Biological Sciences, Professor, Laureate of the State Prize of Ukraine in Science and Technology, Laureate of the P. Kostiuk Prize of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Director of the Bogomolets Institute of Physiology of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine. Mykola Veselovsky is a prominent Ukrainian biologist, known both in Ukraine and abroad, who conducted joint research and worked for some time at the Department of Neurophysiology at the Max Planck Institute in Munich, the Laboratory of Developmental Physiology at the Institute of Physiology, School of Medicine, Humboldt Brothers University, and the University of Manchester (UK). The main focus of Dr. Veselovsky's research is the study of molecular and cellular mechanisms that ensure the excitability of mammalian nerve cells and the contribution of such mechanisms to the integrative activity of neurons. Over the past decade, Mykola Sergiyovych and his collaborators have focused on studying one of the cardinal problems of modern neuroscience - the molecular mechanisms of synaptic transmission in central synapses. In particular, under the leadership of Mykola Veselovsky, scientific research is actively conducted to study the vital activity of retinal cells in different conditions as a starting mechanism for ensuring visual function.
The "After Service" Charity Foundation was established in Ukraine in 2022 with the support of the American Veterans Union and the HelpUkraine22 Charitable Foundation to help Ukrainian veterans achieve success after service. The foundation's mission is to provide resources, training, and promotion of successful adaptation of veterans, reduce the number of suicides among military personnel and create a community that cares for them. The foundation's team works in the spheres of health, psychological assistance, education and retraining, legal support, employment, and career development.
The First Territorial Medical Association is a prominent medical institution not only in Lviv but also in Ukraine, known for its high quality medical services and innovative approach to treatment. The First Territorial Medical Association brings together the best doctors from various specialties who work together to provide comprehensive and individualized treatment for patients. The First Territorial Medical Association offers a wide range of services, including consultations with doctors of various specialties, diagnostics, surgical interventions and rehabilitation. The facility is equipped with modern medical devices and laboratory equipment, which allows for accurate and fast diagnosis and treatment. The First Territorial Medical Association is an example of a medical institution that combines professionalism, innovation and high quality of service to achieve the best possible treatment results for its patients.
The Miguel Hernández University of Elche is engaged in research and development of methods for restoring vision. This work uses a variety of approaches, including neuro-engineering and electronic medical implants. These achievements are the result of collaboration between university researchers, clinical doctors, and other specialists. The developed methods and technologies can open up new perspectives for people who have suffered vision loss and are seeking to regain it.