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Omsk State Medical University     

The Omsk State Medical Academy (OSMA) is a school of medicine in Omsk, Russia. It was founded as the Medical Faculty of the Siberian Institute of Veterinary Medicine and Zoology in 1920, and reorganized as the West Siberian State Medical Institute in 1921. It was renamed the Omsk State Medical Institute in 1925, and the Omsk State Medical Academy in 1994.

There are more than 40,000 OSMA graduates in Russia and abroad, and there are more than 4,500 students studying in five faculties: medicine, pediatrics, preventive medicine, stomatology and pharmaceutics.

The medical faculty (the school's oldest) was founded in 1920. The maternity and child-protection faculty was established in 1931, and reorganized into the pediatric faculty in 1934. The sanitary and hygienic faculty was founded in 1938, and renamed the preventive-medicine faculty in 1989. The dentistry faculty was established in 1957, and the pharmaceutical faculty was founded in 2002. Since 1997 OSMA has been headed by Alexander I. Novikov, MD, PhD, Professor and Academician of the International Academy of Advanced Sciences.