Bogomolets National Medical University
HONOR, MERCY, GLORY

Chair of Ukrainian Studies

Staff

Lytvynenko Nina Pavlivna

Doctor of Philology, Professor, Head of Department

She has two higher education degrees after graduating from Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv (specialty: Ukrainian Language and Literature, 1997) and Kherson Pedagogical Institute (specialty: Russian language and literature, 1981).

After completing her postgraduate studies at the Kyiv Pedagogical Institute in 1989, she defended her Ph.D. thesis and was awarded the title of Candidate of Philology.

In 2010 she defended her doctoral thesis on the topic «Modern Ukrainian medical discourse» at the specialized academic council of the Institute of Ukrainian Language of the Academy of Sciences of Ukraine.

In 2013 she was awarded the academic title of professor.

In March 2019 she was elected Chairman of the Academic Council of the Faculty of Foreign Citizens Training.

She is the author of the monograph «Ukrainian Medical Discourse», 150 scientific and educational works, co-author of 25 textbooks and manuals, in particular «Specialist language of medicine», «Ukrainian medical terminology in the professional language of a doctor», «Medical term in linguistic aspect», «Ukrainian language (for professional purposes)» for native students and «Ukrainian language as a foreign language for English-speaking medical students», dictionaries «Medicine in terms and definitions», «Basic medical student dictionary», grammar guide «Let’s learn Ukrainian together», editor of practical courses for foreign language students created at the department.

Scientific interests: communicative-grammatical and sociolinguistic aspects of professional medical discourse, theory and methodology of teaching the Ukrainian language for professional orientation of domestic and foreign students of medical universities.

 

Igor Astapenko

Lecturer of the Department

Completed postgraduate studies in 2018 (Taras Shevchenko Institute of Literature of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine)

Thesis’s topic: Poetry by Emma Andiyevska of the 21st century: metatext, genre models, idiostyle strategies

Scientific interests: modern literary process, linguistics, Ukrainian as a foreign language

Number of scientific articles – 15.

Public activity: public figure, organizer of literary and artistic events, founder of several art projects.

Awards: Medal of the Foundation for Culture for Faithfulness to Shevchenko’s Covenants.

 

Svitlana Mykolaivna Barabash

Associate Professor of the Department

She has graduated from Vinnitsa State Pedagogical University named after M.Kotsiubinskiy in 2000.

Thesis’ theme is poetics of emotional prose in the works of M.Kozoris: genre and style aspects.

Science interests: New Ukrainian Literature, Teaching Methods of the Ukrainian Language and Literature.

25 published works

A collaborator of a science book: N.V. Misnic, S.M. Barabash, A.V. Zakharchenko, Y.I. Kulinskya, N.D. Skibun Let’s Learn Ukrainian Together! Science book for foreign students.

 

 

Blidchenko-NaikoViktoriia

Associate Professor of the Department

She  graduated from National M. Dragomanov Pedagogic University.  In 2014,  in the Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, she defended her Ph.D. thesis «Genre and artistic features of polyphonic prose in the Ukrainian Early Modernism».

She completed the international postgraduate practical internship «New and innovative teaching methods » of Public Administration University of Economics in Krakow.

She participates in conferences, has fourteen publications in professional journals.

 

Anton Bozhuk

Lecturer of the Department

In 2009 graduated from Tavrida National V.I. Vernadsky University in Simferopol (Ukrainian studies faculty): master of philology, teacher of Ukrainian language and literature.

In September 2016 defended Ph.D. thesis “Poetics of Stepan Vasylchenko’s drama”.

In February 2018 was appointed as the teacher of Ukrainian language as foreign at the Department of Ukrainian Studies of Bogomolets National Medical University.

Participates in scientific conferences and has publications in professional journals.

Scientific interests: Ukrainian and local history, literature, cultural studies.

Автор 15 наукових публікацій.

 

 

OlenaVelychko

Associate professor of the Department

 In 1990 graduated from the Faculty of Philosophy of Taras Shevchenko Kyiv State University   (Department of Ethics, Aesthetics, Historyand Theory of Culture, Head – Doctor of Sciences, ProfessorLevchuk L.T.). In May 1995 she defended her Ph.D. thesis “Fairy Taleas a Phenomenon of Culture”. Has worked at the Department of Ukrainian Studies since its inception. Associate Professor of the Department of Ukrainian Studies since February 2005 Author of 72 publications, two of which are foreign. Co-authorof 8 textbooks: Cultural Studies (Ukrainian and Russian), Practical Course on Ukrainian and Foreign Culture (English), National Textbooks of Ukrainian History and History of Ukrainian Culture, Handbook of Cultural Studies (English and Ukrainian), Textbook for teachers in the course “Manin Multicultural Society”. Head of the authoring staff of the departmental manual “History of Ukrainian Culture”. She is the co-author of the work programs of the courses: History of Ukraine and Ukrainian Culture, History of the Modern World, History of  NMU. She is also the developer of work programs for elective courses: Medical Subculture (for 4th year students) and Medicine and Art (for 3rd year students). Sphere of research: history of Ukrainian culture and philosophy, iconology and onomatodoxia.

 

Holinatyi Oleksii Petrovych

 Lecturer of the Department

In 2011 he received a Master’s Degree in Philology (Honors) from the National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy.

In 2015 he received a degree of Candidate of Philological Sciences in specialty 10.02.01 – The Ukrainian language. The topic of a thesis: «The oykonyms of Kirovohrad region: historic-etymological and word formative aspects».

Since 2017 – Lecturer of the Department of Ukrainian Studies at the Bogomolets NMU.

The author of 12 scientific articles and participant in 9 international and all-Ukrainian conferences.

The main directions of scientific and practical work: onomastics, historical linguistics, derivatology, methods of teaching Eastern Slavic languages ​​as foreign languages.

Public activity: responsible for preparing students for philological competitions; lecturer of preparatory courses in the Ukrainian language for NMU entrants; organizer of foreign students’ futsal team “Cossacks” – the winner of internal and regional competitions.

 

 

Alla Volodymyrivna Zakharchenko

Associate professor of the Department

In 1998 graduated from Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv as qualified philologist, teacher of Ukrainian language and literature.

In 2007 Alla Volodymyrivna defended her thesis at the Institute of Philology Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, Department of Modern Literature.

Thesis topic: “Ukrainian Drama of the end of XX – beginning of XXI century: Research for Ideological and Artistic Aspects (problems, genres, characters)”.

Since 2008 has been working as a Senior Lecturer at the Department of Ukrainian Studies of Bogomolets National Medical University.

Alla Volodymyrivna has 15 scientific articles published in professional journals and she is a co-author of the textbook for foreign students.

Scientific interests: valeological problems in modern Ukrainian drama. The role of the socio-cultural aspect in the study of the Ukrainian as a foreign language.

 

 

 

Ivanenko Iryna

Associate professor of the Department

In 1987 she graduated from the Gorky Kyiv State Pedagogical Institute. She received the specialty 2111 “Defectology”, worked as a speech therapist.

She defended her dissertation “Ukrainian Logopedic Terminology: Structure, Semantics, Functioning” for the degree of Candidate of Philology in specialty 10.02.01 – Ukrainian language.

Since 2019 she has been working at the Department of Ukrainian Studies at the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine as an Associate Professor.

She is the author of 40 published scientific papers in professional publications, approved by the Higher Attestation Commission of Ukraine and in foreign editions.

Scientific interests: terminology, stylistics and methods of teaching Ukrainian and Russian as a foreign language.

Ivanenko I.M. is the head of the Department of Ukrainian Philology and Art Studies of the Kyiv Junior Academy of Sciences of the Student Youth of the Department of Education and Science, Youth and Sports of the KSCA of the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine.

Awarded: Certificate from the Presidium of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine. (2018); Certificate from the Department of Education and Science, Youth and Sports of the KSCA (2017); Certificate from the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine (2015); Certificate appreciation from the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine (2018).

 

Kulinska Yanina

Associate professor of the Department

Graduated from the Institute of Philology of the Kyiv National Taras Shevchenko University in 2003.  She has been working at the Department of Ukrainian Language since 2003.

Since 2008 till 2012 she is a graduate student of the Section of the Ukrainian Literature of the XX century, T.G. Shevchenko Institute of Literature, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, wrote Master’s Thesis “The typology of artistic situations in postmodern works of Yu. Andruhovych, V.Neborak, A. Irvanets.” She regularly participates in conferences, has 30 publications in professional journals.

 

Maliuta OlgaVolodymyrivna 

Associate Professor of the Department

In 2002 she graduated the Historical faculty of Vinnitsya Pedagogical University named after Mykhailo Kotsyubinskiy. (honord degree, speciality: “History and law”). In 2005 she finished her postgraduate studies in Institute of History of Ukraine of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine. In 2005 Olga Maliuta defended a candidate dissertation on “Prosvita” in formation of state potential of the Ukrainian people (second half of XIX-th – first quarter of XX-th centuries) on occupation: “History of Ukraine”. Candidate of historical sciences. Has the title of Associate Professor.

In 2014 she graduated the Faculty of Accounting and Entrepreneurship of the Ivan Franko National University (specialty: “Management of Organization”, qualification: specialist in organizational management of organization, economist).

She has been working in the Department of the Ukrainian Studies at the Bogomolets National Medical University as Associate Professor since 2011. Teaches for the national and foreign students the disciplines: “History of Ukraine and Ukrainian Culture”, “History of the Bogomolet’s National Medical University”, “History of the Modern World”.

Olga Maliuta is the author of a scientific monographs, 100 scientific articles, one textbook (“History of Ukraine: tests”), educational programs ofthe history of Ukraine and Ukrainian culture, the history of Bogomolets National Medical University.

 

Misnyk Nataliia

Associate professor of the Department

Education: Higher, Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, Philology Department (1991).

Degree, title: Candidate of Philological Sciences (2003), Associate Professor (2005).

Beginning of work at the Department of Ukrainian Studies: 1993.

Tought subjects:

-“Ukrainian (professional usage)”

-“Ukrainian as a Foreign Language”

The area of ​​scientific work: terminology.

Total number of publications: more than 60, including the monograph “Formation of the Ukrainian Medical Clinical Terminology” (2002), the textbook “Medical professional language” (2001), the national textbook “Ukrainian as a foreign language for English medical students” (2020), the textbooks and medical dictionaries (co-authored).

 

Momryk Anatoly Petrovich

Associate Professor of the Department

He graduated from the Faculty of History at the T. Shevchenko Kyiv State University in 1991.

Institute of Art Studies, Folklore and Ethnology Rylsky NAS of Ukraine. (1991-1994).
In 2006 he defended his dissertation “Formation of the concept of ethnogenesis of the Ukrainian people (historiography of the problem)” for the degree of candidate of historical sciences (07.00.05 – ethnology)
Scientific interests: history and culture of Ukraine, cultural studies, ethnology, oriental studies, history of medicine, philology.

He has 42 scientific papers.
In 2017 he passed advanced training at the Department of Ukrainian and Russian as Foreign Languages ​​at Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv.
He is completing his master’s degree in Ukrainian language and literature at the Boris Grinchenko University of Kiev in 2021.
Postgraduate course at the M.T.I.

Head of the student scientific department of the department.

 

 

Rozovyk Olesya Dmytrivna

Associate Professor of the Department

Olesya Dmytrivna graduated with a master’s degree from the Faculty of History of the Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv in 2011. During 2011 − 2014 she studied at the graduate school of the Faculty of History of the Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv.

In 2011, she entered to the postgraduate course of the same faculty.

In 2014, Olesya Dmytrivna defended her Ph.D. thesis on the topic “Women in the socio-political and socio-cultural life of the Ukrainian SSR (1920s)”. From the same year she teaches historical disciplines at the Department of Ukrainian Studies of the Bogomolets National Medical University.

Scientific works are devoted to the women’s movement in Ukraine in the 1920s – 1930s, agriculture of Ukraine in the 1920s – 2010s, resettlement processes in Ukraine in the second half of the XVI century – 1930’s.

Publications: 50. Monographs: 3. Tutorials: 1

Scientific specialization: the history of Ukrainian statehood of the XX century, history of economy, socio-political life of Ukrainian lands of the second half of XIX – I quarter of XX centuries, military history.

 

Skybun Natalia Dmytrivna

Lecturer of the Department

In 2001 – graduated from the Faculty of Philology Makarenko Pedagogical University, Sumy, Ukraine.

From 2012 to 2016 – studied and graduated at the graduate school of Grinchenko University, Kyiv, Ukraine.

In June 2016 – defended her thesis for the degree of Candidate of Pedagogical Sciences in the specialty 13.00.02 – Theory and Methodology of Teaching (Ukrainian) on the topic “Formation of professional speech competence of future specialists of tourist profile”

From 2016 to 2017 – worked as a Head of the Scientific Department of the Scientific Research Unit of Bogomolets National Medical University, Kyiv, Ukraine.

From November 2017 – selected as a lecturer in the Department of Ukrainian Studies by the competition.

Teaches subjects: “Ukrainian as a foreign language”, “Russian language as a foreign language”.

Author 13 and co-author 3 scientific and educational publications, including manuals for students of NMU.

 

Khomova Olena

Associate Professor of the Department

In 2004 graduated from the Faculty of Philology in the National Pedagogical Dragomanov University.

She has been working at the Department since 2004.

In 2012 she defended her PhD Thesis and obtained a PhD in Philology on the topic “Artistic Search in Ukrainian Postmodern Drama: Genres, Conflicts, Problems”. She is also an author of scientific works.

 

Shevel Natalia Oleksandrivna

Associate Professor of the Department

She is the Secretary of Scientific Counsel of the Faculty of Foreign Students Training.

She was graduated from National Pedagogical Dragomanov University with a Master Degree in Philology. She defended her Ph.D. thesis in Kyiv University named after B. Hrinchenko.

She has got more then 55 scientific works. N. O. Shevel is a co-author of 12 scientific and methodological textbooks in National Medical University.

She has served as an official opponent at scientific dissertation defense.

She has contributed a lot in University and Department development, arranging different events on occasion of conferences, creative activities and holidays celebration.

Her scientific interest is investigation of Early Ukrainian Modernism, the role of humanization in education to form personality of intending doctors at National Medical University.

 

Shevel Tamara Oleksandrivna

Associate Professor of the Department

She is in charge of educational and methodological process at this Department.

She graduated from National Pedagogical Dragomanov University, Faculty of Ukrainian Philology with a Master Degree in Philology.

After post-graduate studying at National Pedagogical Dragomanov University she defended her Ph.D. thesis in Philology.

She has got more then 50 scientific works. Tamara Oleksandrivna Shevel is a co-author of 10 scientific and methodological text books, which are widely used at National Medical University.

She has served as an official opponent at scientific dissertation defense. Tamara Oleksandrivna takes an active part in arranging students work at the Department.

Her scientific interest is Early Ukrainian Modernism Literature. She contributes a lot in investigating and developing intending doctors¢ communicative culture at National Medical University.

 

Yuzkiv Halyna

Associate Professor of the Department

In 1994 she graduated from the Faculty of Philology of Ternopil State Pedagogical Institute.

In 2008 she began working at the Department of Ukrainian Studies as a teacher. She has been working as an Associate Professor since 2018.

In 2012 she defended her thesis for the degree of the candidate of philological sciences on the topic”Petrarchism Constant in Ukrainian Love Lyrics (V. Sosiura, V. Symonenko, M. Vingranovskyi)” at Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv.

She delivers a lecture on Ukrainian language (for professional purposes) and Ukrainian as a second language.

In 2019 she improved her professional career qualification at the Educational and Research Institute of Continuing Educationof National Pedagogical Dragomanov University under the program “Innovation in Teaching Ukrainian as a Second Language.”

Halyna Yuzkiv keeps constantly developing her professional competence and participating in international scientific conferences. She is the author of 20 scientific papers published in the professional publications approved by the Higher Attestation Commission of Ukraine.

Azarkh Karina Sergeevna

Lecturer of the Department

Graduated from L.N. Tolstoy state University in Grozny in 1986, specialty philologist. Has been working at the Department of Ukranian studies since 1996, has 20 scientific papers, compiler of educational programs and methodological literature for foreign students I-V courses.

Passed qualification at Bogomolets NMU and at Kyiv National T. Shevchenko University in 2017. 2008 to 2018 – pro-proctor of the department, in 2016-2017- protector dean of the medical faculty of foreign citizens training of NMU, since 2020 – curator ECTS of faculty for training of foreign citizens at Bogomolets NMU. Passed English language course at the foreign languages center of Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv.

Bulatkina Galyna Ivanivna

Lecturer of the Department

 

Graduated from Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv and completed a course of specialty training in Language and Literature In 1998. Qualification obtained: teacher of Ukrainian Language and Literature.

Since 2002 has been working as a teacher at the department of Ukrainian Studies.

Author of 6 scientific articles and co-author of 2 textbooks.

Serhiy Yevdochenko

Lecturer of the Department

In 2009 he graduated from the Institute of Philology at Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, received a master’s degree in philology.

Teaches disciplines: Ukrainian as a foreign language.

He has 2 scientific articles published in professional journals.

 

Kvitsynska Viktoriia

Senior Lecturer of the Department

 

Graduated from Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv. Qualification obtained: teacher of Ukrainian Language and Literature.

Since 2013 she has been working at the department of Ukrainian Studies.

Kvitsynska Viktoriia has 6 publications.

Since 2016 she has been doing the  scientific research in Borys Grinchenko Kyiv University

 

Koval Olena

Lecturer of the Department

In 2005 she graduated from National Pedagogical Dragomanov University, Faculty of Ukrainian Philology with Master Degree as a teacher of Ukrainian Language and Literature, Foreign Literature and a copy editor.

Author of 3 scientific and 50 journalistic articles.

Investigates the influence of linguistic means on recipients in print media. Improves methods of teaching the Ukrainian language as a foreign one.

Teaches disciplines: Ukrainian as a foreign language and Russian as a foreign language.

Olha Miroshnichenko

Lecturer of the Department

Deputy of Dean in the Faculty of Medicine №2.

In 2007 she graduated from the Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv,

Institute of Philology- specialty  “Ukrainian Language and Literature, Folklore Studies”.

From 2010 –teacherin the Department of Ukrainian Studies.

In 2012, she graduated from the National Technical University of Ukraine, Kyiv Polytechnic Institute,

specialty Administrative Manager.

Has 2 articles. Proforg chair.

Nikolaiev Volodymyr

Lecturer of the Department

In 2013 graduated from Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv.  Specialty “Ukrainian language and literature”.

Since 2017 he has been  working at the Department of Ukrainian Studies of the Bogomolets National Medical University.

From 2019 to this day is studying in Ph.D. school. Volodymyr Nikolaiev works on dissertation “Methodology of formation of the intra-professional discourse of future doctors”.

Nikolaiev Volodymyr has 2 scientific articles published in professional journals.

Teaches disciplines: Ukrainian by professional direction, Ukrainian as a foreign language and Russian as a foreign language.

Scientific interests: improving the methodology of teaching the Ukrainian language in a professional direction and updating the content of educational material for medical students (in accordance with modern opportunities and challenges in the work of a doctor). Search of implementation of optimal methods of teaching the Ukrainian language for foreigners receiving higher education in Ukraine.

Nikolaieva Oksana

Lecturer of the Department

In 2011 graduated from Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv,  qualification as a research philologist, teacher of Ukrainian and Polish language and literature.

Since 2014 she has been  working at the Department of Ukrainian Studies of the Bogomolets National Medical University.

From 2018 to this day is studying in Ph.D. school. Oksana Nikolaieva works on the theme of the dissertation “The dramaturgy of Alexander Irvanets in the context of the poetics of the literary group” Bu-Ba-Bu “.

Oksana Nikolaieva has  3 scientific articles published in professional journals. Teaches disciplines: Ukrainian by professional direction and Ukrainian as a foreign language.

Scientific interests: specifics of modeling literature images in dramaturgy.

Poshkurlat Andriy Volodymyrovych

Lecturer of the Department

 

In 1996 he has graduated from the Faculty of History of Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv with a master’s degree in history, a specialty – “historian, teacher of history”. From 1998 to 2007 he worked as a lecturer at the Department of Sociology at Bogomolets National Medical University. From 2012 to 2016 he worked as an assistant at the Department of Health Care and Social Medicine, and from 2016 he has been working as a lecturer at the Department of Ukrainian Studies at Bogomolets National Medical University.

PoshkurlatAndriyVolodymyrovychhas published 21 scientific and methodological works, including “Insurance Medicine in Ukraine: History and Modernity”, “History of the Exchange Foundation in Ukraine” (co-authored).

Among scientific interests are economy of Ukraine of the 18th – 20th centuries and an education of the period of independence of Ukraine.

Tamara Serhienko

Senior Lecturer of the Department

 

In 2002 she graduated from philological faculty at M.P. Dragomanov National Pedagogical University. Later in the same year she started working at department of Ukrainian studies. Since 2002 until 2004 she worked at the post of senior laboratory assistant. In 2004 due to the contest she was elected to the post of teacher at department. She is responsible for work of section of Ukrainian language as a foreign language for attendants of preparatory department. She teaches such disciplines as “Ukrainian language (due to occupational direction)”, “Ukrainian language as a foreign language” for attendants of preparatory department, “Russian language as a foreign language” for students of English-speaking form of study. She working with dissertation for the degree of Candidate of Pedagogical Sciences. There is a co-author of the textbook “Ukrainian as a foreign language” for students of the preparatory department. Actively involved in scientific-methodical seminars department of Ukrainian, international and national conferences. Author of scientific and methodical publications. Since 2019 she is the deputy dean at medical faculty No 4 at Bogomolets National Medical University.

Oksana Valeriivna Chaika

Lecturer of the Department

She graduated from the H.S. Skovoroda Kharkiv National Pedagogical University in 2005 (Ukrainian Language and Literature Faculty).

She has been working at the department since 2018, teaches the disciplines: “Ukrainian language (for professional purposes)” and “Ukrainian as a foreign language”.

Field of scientific activity – gamification in the educational environment, cloud technologies in education.

Author of seven scientific publications, participant of international and All-Ukrainian scientific-practical conferences.

In February 2019, she  worked on probation  of  international research internship program “New and innovative teaching methods” within the European educational project “Internationalization of Higher Education: Potential Benefise” on the basis of the University of Economics and Małopolska School of Public Administration: Krakow (University of Economics in Krakow,  Malopolska School of Public Administration), Poland.

In March-April 2020, she successfully completed an international internship program based on the Slovenian company InterInteld.o.o.  (Trubarjevacesta 1000, Ljubljana, Slovenia) “The use of modern cloud information services in the process of stimulating future professionals to self-assessment of educational activities.”

In April 2020 she took part in the international scientific-practical online conference “Ensuring the quality of higher education in the European Union” based on the implementation of the Module “Quality of higher education and expert support: provision of Ukraine to the European Union” Erasmus +: Jean  Monet».

Oksana Yanyk

Lecturer of the Department

In 2004 she graduated from Lviv National university named after I. Franko and received a Master’s degree in Philology (“English Language and Literature”).

2015- 2018 A postgraduate at NaUKMA post-graduate school at the Department of General Linguistics.

Oksana Yanyk has participated 7 scientific papers, 4 of which have been published in professional journals. She is a co-author of a grammar handbook “Let’s learn Ukrainian together!”

Kateryna Yanchitska

Lecturer of the Department

In 2016 she graduated from the Faculty of Philology of Kyiv National Pedagogical Drahomanov University and entered graduate school.

She teaches disciplines: “Ukrainian language (for professional purposes)” and “Ukrainian as a foreign language”.

Field of scientific activity – the use of artistic texts in the practice of teaching Ukrainian as a foreign language, which helps to awaken in foreigners interest in learning the language, diversifies learning.

Author of 6 scientific publications.