MÉRIDA, Yucatán.— Students from Faculty of Medicine from Autonomous University of Yucatan (Uady), they got second place during XIII State Competition in Physiology in organization Mexican Society of Physiological Sciencesa triumph that reaffirms the educational quality of future health professionals trained in the highest school of studies in the state of Yucatan.
At the meeting with Bachelor of Surgery studentswho represented Uady at the state competition, the director of the Faculty of Medicine, Dr. Carlos J. Castro Sansoreshe expressed his pride and joy that he was informed of the result of the competition in which universities from different states of the Mexican Republic participated.
Students who participated in the competition
The students who participated in the national competition were: Emilio Herrera Garcia, Morgan Saul Ku Fuentes, Rafael Francisco Lope Herrera Mr Jorge Daniel López García; who especially thanked their professors for their support, guidance and acquired knowledge during classes, and especially during preparations for the competition, which was held virtually.
A very close fight
On its part, Dr. Jose Luis Torres Escalante, who had the role of professor-tutor before the organizational committee of the Mexican Society of Physiological Sciences, thanked the students for their dedication and commitment from the formation of the team to the last question of the competition. He recalled that during the competition the difference between first and second place was minimal, “there was no difference in the number of correct questions, the difference was two points that were generated because the other university answered a few seconds faster than us, which shows that it was very close competition and at a very high level”.
At the end of the meeting, Dr. Castro Sansores presented awards to the winning students of the competition and to Dr. Maria Ileana Diaz Cervera, Dr. Andy Dzul Salomón Noh, Dr. Jose Luis Torres Escalante Mr Dr. Alfonso Ureña Chíoteachers who participated in the preparation of younger students for the competition.