Science histology researches
Students of the international faculty of the Donetsk national medical university hold science histology researches
Abdullah Mohammed Khalifa Emdalel (group 1aM) and Meti Rayban Timothy Taye (group 13aM), students of the 2nd international faculty take part in the science researches in the forensic medicine, pathoanatomy and histology department.
Future doctors are researching the hair structure, features of its macroscopic and microscopic identification, growth phases, time and the way of secretion. They are acquiring skills working in research laboratory, learning the ways of sample processing, improving their knowledge working with the microscope, learning how to measure objects with the help of eyepiece micrometer, how to make temporary slide mounts and how to accomplish macrophotography.
Mohammed’s research topic is «Regional differences in the structure of human hair». It is focused on discovering the regional hair differences on the human body and factors that determine them and that have vital practical meaning in the transplantology and forensic medicine.
Timothy’s work «Inter-racial differences in the structure of human hair» explains adaptation meaning of these differences. It is practically used in criminology and is extremely interesting because here, in the international faculty we have the unique possibility to speak with the representatives from the different parts of the world.
Kaznacheeva M.S. is scientific supervisor, biology Ph.D and senior lecturer in the forensic medicine, pathoanatomy and histology department.
«Works have just started. We are studying, doing mistakes, correcting them and studying again. We are making conclusions and often are sincerely surprised with them because methods, fixed by the Public standard of Ukraine sometimes need some improvements when African of Asian students are working with the hair. One more problem is the linguistic barrier, because to speak with the laboratory stuff, boys have to improve their Ukrainian language skills. Nevertheless, this difficulty has its own advantages: our students get not only practical skills in science researches, but they also go through social-professional adaptation and actively train their Ukrainian out of the lessons, and I am improving my simultaneous translation in both Ukrainian and English. Frankly speaking, I may add that it is difficult but extremely interesting. I am grateful to my students for their enthusiasm and persistence. In addition, I want to wish our readers always to open something new, to move straight ahead, to develop and never to be afraid of hardness, because only then your life will be bright! » – says Kaznacheeva M.S.