In the aftermath of Armenia’s 1988 earthquake in Spitak, the need for kidney dialysis machines became very critical in saving the lives of earthquake victims. AESA played a crucial role in securing a few kidney dialysis machines and shipped them to Armenia. In addition AESA increased awareness of medical lab practices through lectures it organized in Armenia on medical laboratory standards and procedures.

ASEA lectures at VTC

AESA started lecture series at Vanadzor Technology Center. AESA team members  organized the  first lecture at VTC on 14th September.  Engineer and scientist Eddie Atoian, who has a rich biography in fields of Electrical & Power Engineering, Bio-Medical Engineering, Industrial & Commercial Development, shared his professional skills in Project Management with students of Polytechnical University of Armenia and […]

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