The UP Center for Translational Medicine has established the KETLAK working group after the first confirmed infection in Hungary, which includes nearly a hundred researchers in twenty disciplines.
Their aim is to strengthen the fight against COVID-19 with their educational and research capacity. In addition to the success of the ITOM webinar in the spring led by Zsolt Molnár, which was viewed live and from video more than twenty thousand times, the RADAR program was created, in the frame of which they processed the published Chinese, Italian, American and English patient data among the firsts.
The novelty, importance and clinical usability of their research is well reflected in the fact that their article was published in three D1-rated journals with high impact factors last month.
Congratulations to the authors!