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The establishment of a medical university in Prague was inspired by Holy Roman Emperor Charles IV. On 26 January 1347 is found, modeled on the University of Paris, with the full number of faculties, that is including theological. On 7 April 1348 Charles, the king of Bohemia, give to the establishes the university privileges and immunities from the secular power in a Golden Teacher and students shown in a medieval manuscript from Bohemia. The university was actually opened in 1349. The first graduate was promoted in 1359. The king Carolinum,is found in 1366. In 1372 the Faculty of Law became an independent university. The dean of the philosophical faculty, Jan Hus, translated Trialogus into the Czech language. The university declined to a merely regional institution.
Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic
The Czech Academy of Sciences was established in 1992 by the Czech National Council. The Academy is the lead a public research institution in the Czech Republic.they divides three scientific divisions, they are Mathematics, Physics, and Earth Sciences, and Life Sciences. The Academy currently manages a network of research institutes and five supporting units, over one half of who is the university-trainee researcher. The Head Office of the Academy is located in Prague, the remaining institutes start throughout the country.
Medical Informatics and Epidemiology
They serve as an important role in scientific forum for the exchange of new ideas to strength of the health sciences on a national and international level. Recently, Munich developed to a centre for Life Sciences. It hosts 2 large universities, federal research centre on health, & biotech cluster. Health informatics also called as health care informatics, healthcare informatics, clinical informatics. It is a multiple field that uses health information technology to improve health care .The NLM defines health informatics as the multiple study of the design, development, adoption. Health informatics include information and communication systems.Read More»