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The institute of Occupational Medicine and Environmental Health  conveys 60 years  of experience in executing research and development works. Research-development activity focuses on assessment of people’s exposure to deleterious physical, chemical and biological agents  in the environment including workplaces.

Within the present framework of the Institute there are 6 independent scientific departments and supporting divisions: Planning Division for Research Tasks, Training Division, Publishing Division and Library, Media Library, Archive.

In research - development activity there is also an input of employees from Ward for Occupational and Regional Centre which performs clinical study in occupational medicine particularly occupational diseases, toxicology and occupational and environmental allergology.

In 2010 6 integrative – innovative teams were formed  to  contribute to quality enhancement of executed research projects.

Plans for 2011 are to conduct 27 research projects  financed  by Ministry of Science and Higher Education within statutory grants , 5 own research projects and also 2 projects co-financed  by the European Union  within 6 and 7 Framework Programme (PHIME, SINPHONIE). Some activities are undertaken in cooperation with other centres aiming at getting necessary funds to intensify research-development activity carried out by the Institute.




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