- Head teacher of the department
- Academic degree:
- Doctor of Medicine
- Academic title:
- Academic degree:
- Candidate of Medicine
- Academic title:
- Assosiate Professor
The Department of Infectious Diseases was formed in 1942 by Associate Professor S.I. Flanchic (1942-1945). From 1946 to 1961, the department was headed by: assoc. prof. Goldfeld P.G., prof. Rubinstein B.N., prof. Schwartz N.I., prof. A.M. Gubinsky.
From 1961 to 1991, the department was headed by an honored doctor, prof. Alekseev P.A., who made a great contribution to the organization of the educational process and scientific activities of the department, to the development of the infectious service of the republic. The infectious disease doctors were trained for the republic, the famous scientists: assoc. prof. Suranchieva R.K., assoc. prof. Baigeldieva A.B., assoc. prof. Glazunova M.G., assoc. prof. Sydykova A.B. and other. During this period, 1 doctoral and 8 PhD theses were defended.
From 1992 to 2005, the department was headed by a highly professional clinician and scientist - associate professor Tyo V.E. His scientific interests are varied and dealt with many problems of infectious diseases. He has published over 100 scientific papers. 2 doctoral and 4 candidate theses were defended. For many years, he served as the chief infectious disease specialist of the Ministry of Health of the Kyrgyz Republic.
From 2005-2010, the department was headed by Doctor of Medical Sciences. prof. Kutmanova A.Z. Under her supervision, the department introduced modern innovative teaching methods, actively conducted research work, developed state programs to combat HIV infection, malaria, as well as national clinical protocols and guidelines. The department made a great contribution to the preparation and holding of the 1st International Congress of Central Asia on Infectious Diseases, attended by scientists from Turkey, Russia, Germany, USA, Kazakhstan (Bishkek, 2006). Under her supervision, 3 PhD theses were defended at the department.
From 2010 to the present, the department is headed by Associate Professor, PhD Dzhumagulova A.Sh.
- Infectious diseases (5 course "General Medicine" faculty 9-10 semester, exam)
- Infectious diseases (6 course "General Medicine" faculty 11-12 semester, credit)
- Infectious diseases (5 course "General Medicine in English" faculty 9-10 semester, exam)
- Infectious diseases (6 course "General Medicine in English" faculty 11 semester, credit)
- Infectious diseases (5 course "Pediatrics" faculty 9-10 semester, exam)
- Infectious diseases (5 course "Medical and Preventive Care" faculty 9 semester, exam)
- Infectious diseases (4 course "Dentistry" faculty 7 semester, credit)
Postgraduate Medical Education
In clinical residency in the specialty "Infectious Diseases" are trained (3 years):
1st year-7 residents
2nd year-9 residents
3rd year - 11 residents.
The department carries out research work "Actual problems of infectious diseases in the Kyrgyz Republic and optimization of treatment and prophylactic measures" in the following areas:
- "Clinical-epidemiological and immunological characteristics of tick-borne infections in the Kyrgyz Republic and optimization of treatment and prophylactic measures" (head of the department Dzhumagulova A.Sh.)
- "Clinical and diagnostic aspects of measles in adults during an epidemic outbreak in the Kyrgyz Republic" (ass. Makembaeva Zh.I.)
- "Clinical and laboratory characteristics of North Asian tick-borne rickettsiosis" (graduate student Mukanbetkerimova GM)
- "Clinical and immunological characteristics of erysipelas and correction of therapeutic and prophylactic measures" (graduate student Abdybachaeva MM)
- "The effectiveness of antiviral therapy for hepatitis C in HIV-infected" (graduate student Sholpanbai U. Melis)
- "Clinical and laboratory characteristics of COVID-19 in medical workers in the Kyrgyz Republic" (graduate student Zh.B. Ibraeva)
- "Clinical and laboratory characteristics of severe forms of COVID-19" (graduate student Dzhakypbekova G.Z.)
During the period from 2010-2020, the department published 51 scientific articles and abstracts.
International cooperation: The staff of the department take part in international conferences and internships on topical issues of infectious diseases: Anessy, France, 2015; Minsk, Republic of Belarus, 2016; Almaty, Kazakhstan, 2017; Green Shoots Foundation "Medical Assistance and Medical Education" ("MAME"), London, England, 2017; World Hepatitis Summit 2017 Sao Paulo, Brazil.
Since 2010, 3 PhD theses have been defended:
- Buranchieva A.A. "Clinical, immunological and rehabilitation aspects of zoonotic chlamydia in people in Kyrgyzstan" 2011
- Omurkulova B.I. "Clinical, immunological and aspects of tick-borne encephalitis and optimization of treatment and prophylactic measures", 2015
- Dzhangazieva A.A. "Clinical and laboratory characteristics of HAV in adults during an epidemic ", 2017
All teachers of the department involve many students to scientific work. The scientific and student society "Conclave-Galen" is constantly functioning, every year students and residents make reports at international scientific and practical conferences and win prizes.
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