Bogomolets National Medical University
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Department of neurosurgery

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The Head of the Department of Neurosurgery


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Tsymbaliuk Vitaliy Ivanovych, MD., D.Sc., Academician of the National Academy of Medical Sciences of Ukraine (2010), corresponding member of NAS of Ukraine at the Department of Biochemistry, Physiology and Molecular Biology (2018); Doctor of Medical Sciences (1985), Professor (1989), Honored Worker of Science and Technology (1997), laureate of two State Prizes of Ukraine in the field of science and technology (1996, 2002), laureate of the Academy of Medical Sciences of Ukraine (2003), laureate of the them. A.Vesalia of the American Association of Neurosurgeons (2010), winner of the OO Prize Prayers of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine (2013), winner of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine Award (2016). He graduated with honors from the Ternopil State Medical Institute (1970), a neurosurgeon of the highest category, the head of the neurosurgery department of the Bogomolets National Medical University (since 1993), Head of the Department of Rehabilitation and Functional Neurosurgery (since 1987). Chairman of the Expert Council of the Highest Certification Commission of Ukraine on Clinical Medicine (Surgical Diseases) (1996-2000), Director of the Coordination Center for Transplantation of the Ministry of Health of Ukraine (2002-2004), Member of the Committee on State Prizes of Ukraine (2002-2006), Chairman of the Medical Section of the Committee on State awards of Ukraine in the field of science and technology (2016). Member of the Presidium of the National Medical Academy of Ukraine (since 2010), President of the National Academy of Medical Sciences of Ukraine (since 2016), Deputy Director of the Institute of Neurosurgery (1990-2013), Honorary Professor of the Poltava Dental Academy and Gorbachevsky Ternopil State Medical University; the Chairman of the Specialized Academic Council of the State Institution “INH NAMN” (since 2013).

Well-known in Ukraine and abroad neurosurgeon, scientist, teacher. Organizer and leader of a new field in neurosurgery – restorative neurosurgery. Developed and implemented in clinical practice new neurosurgical operations aimed at restoring impaired nervous system functions, which are protected by numerous copyright certificates for inventions and patents. He started a new direction – neurotransplantation. In experimental models of traumatic brain injury, spinal cord injury and peripheral nerves, cerebral ischemia, lesions of visual and auditory analyzers, neurodegenerative diseases of the CNS studied the effect of transplantation of embryonic nerve tissue on the processes of regeneration of the nervous system. Actively researches mechanisms of influence of stem cells of different origin on the course of neurological and neurosurgical pathology in experiment and clinic, develops neuroengineering methods of rehabilitation treatment. Developed and implemented in the clinic domestic electrical stimulation systems for the treatment of pain syndromes, spasticity, epilepsy. He started to use botulinum toxin A (Dysport) based drugs in Ukraine in conjunction with the surgical treatment of focal dystonias: spastic curvature, blepharospasm, hemilicus spasm, etc. Under his leadership, methods of surgical treatment of traumatic injuries of the shoulder plexus, inflammatory, open and iatrogenic injuries of peripheral nerves, pain syndromes with the use of microsurgical and mini-invasive technologies were developed. Has developed differentiated neurosurgical treatment of complex forms of extrapyramidal hyperkinesis and muscle tone disorders. Performed a series of works on the history of neurosurgery. Conducts extensive work on undergraduate training for future physicians. One of the most active initiators and organizers of the All-Ukrainian action “Gamma-knife-Ukraine”, which ended with the creation of a modern radiosurgical department and was awarded the Pride of the country. Since 2014 – Chief of the Operational Staff at the NAMS of Ukraine on assistance to the victims on the Maidan and in the eastern regions of Ukraine.

Tsymbaliuk V.I. is co-founder of the Ukrainian Association of Neurosurgeons (1993-2013 – Vice-President); the Ukrainian Antiepileptic League (1993–2013 – Vice President), Ukrainian Neurosurgical Journal (1993–2016 – Deputy Editor-in-Chief); at present he is a member of Ukrainian, European and World Association of Neurosurgeons, European Association of Neurosciences, Ukrainian Association of Transplantologists; Honorary Member of the Association of Neurosurgeons of Russia (2006); editor-in-chief of the Journal of the National Academy of Medical Sciences of Ukraine, journals Science and Practice, Cell and Organ Transplantology, Bulletin of Epileptology; member of the editorial board of several professional periodicals; Chairman of the Medicine section of the State Prizes Committee of Ukraine (since 2016), member of the State Prizes Committee of Ukraine (2016).

Tsymbaliuk V.I. is a Cavalier of the Order of Merit (I-III centuries), laureate of Honorary diploma of the Presidium of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine (2010), State Prize of Ukraine in the field of science and technology (1997, 2002), Academy of Medical Sciences of Ukraine (2003), honor of O.O. Bogomolets NAS of Ukraine (2013), honors in honor of Yaroslav the Wise of the Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, the award of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine (2016). He was awarded some departmental insignia of the Ministry of Health and the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine, including – “With the assistance of the Armed Forces of Ukraine” (2016), “Volunteer of Ukraine. BSP “Donbas” (2015), the Order of Courage and Mercy (2016), the honors of a number of foreign NGOs – the A. Vesalius Award (American Association of Neurosurgeons), the Order of Honor Pirogov (European Academy of Natural Sciences), a medal in honor of V.M. Bekhtereva; Orders in honor of St. equinox. book. Volodymyr the Great (3rd c.), Pr. Agapit Pechersky (І, ІІІ cent.), Medal “For Sacrifice and Love for Ukraine” (2015). Awarded to the Academy of Medical Sciences of Ukraine named after Academician AP Romodanov, Medal. St. Volodymyr NGO “National Academy of Sciences of Higher Education of Ukraine”

Under the leadership of V.I. Tsimbalyuk defended 14 doctoral, 58 Ph.D. dissertations, co-authored more than 1000 scientific works, including 62 books (monographs, textbooks, manuals), obtained 128 copyright certificates for inventions, patents for utility models.

Major scientific works: “Atlas of Surgery and Manipulation” (1997); Neurosurgery (1998); “Increasing the efficiency of microsurgical operations in patients with consequences of injuries of the middle and ulnar nerves of the forearm area” (1998); “Surgical treatment of shoulder plexus injuries” (2001); Neuronal Stem Cells (2005); Neurofibromatosis (2005); «Institute of Neurosurgery. Acad. A.P. Romodanov AMS of Ukraine. History and personalities ”(2006); Neurosurgeons of Ukraine (2008); Tunnel Neuropathy of the Upper Limb (2008); “Gunshot wounds of the nervous system” (2008); “Reconstructive and restorative neurosurgery of the spinal cord” (2009); “The spinal cord. The Elegy of Hope ”(2010); “Neurosurgery” (2010, 2019) (in English); “Neurosurgery” (in Ukrainian) (textbook, 2011).

 

Associate Professors of the Department of Neurosurgery:

 

 

Medvediev Volodymyr Viktorovych − MD (2017), D.Sc. (2018), Associate Professor (2015), Associate Professor of the Department of Neurosurgery of Bogomolets NMU (since 2014), winner of the O.O. Bogomolets Prize in the field of physiology and pathophysiology of NAS of Ukraine (2012). Neurosurgeon of the highest qualification category.

Graduated from Bogomolets  NMU in 2002; completed clinical residency (2006) and postgraduate studies (2008) at the Department of Neurosurgery of Bogomolets NMU, defended his PhD thesis “Impact of implantation of synthetic macroporous hydrogel and transplantation of olfactory bulb cells on the processes of spinal cord regeneration after injury” (2008).

He defended his doctoral dissertation on “The Spasticity in spinal cord injury: pathogenetic mechanisms and ways of neurosurgical correction by tissue engineering (experimental study)” (2017).

He is a senior researcher at the Department of Sensor Signaling at the Bogomolets  Institute of Physiology of the NAS of Ukraine (as additional job).

Co-author of 187 scientific works, including 8 monographs, 4 textbooks, 22 utility model patents.

The main works are devoted to the problems of experimental and restorative neurosurgery, restorative treatment of spinal cord injury, trauma of peripheral nerves, pathogenesis of spinal spasticity, stem cell biology, pathophysiology of the nervous system, problems of bioethics and neuroethics, history of neuroscience.

Scientific adviser of 2 dissertations for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy.

Scientific supervisor of the student’s department of the department of neurosurgery, responsible for scientific work at the department.

 

 

 

 

 

Luzan Boris Mukolayovych– MD, Ph.D.(2001), Associate Professor of the Department of Neurosurgery at the Bogomolets National Medical University (since 2005). He graduated with honors from the Ukrainian State Medical University (1994). Since 1994, a researcher at the SI “Romodanov Neurosurgery Institute”, received a Master’s Degree, in medicine with honors (1997). He completed his postgraduate studies at the Bogomolets National Medical University (1997-2000). In 2001 he defended his Ph.D. thesis: “The influence of allogeneic transplantation of embryonic nerve tissue on the regeneration of damaged peripheral nerves”. From 2000 he worked as an Assistant, and since 2004 – Associate Professor of the Department of Neurosurgery of Bogomolets National Medical University. Responsible for working with interns-neurosurgeons and interns of the another specialties. Neurosurgeon of the highest qualification category.

Main directions of scientific activity: surgical treatment of traumatic lesions and other pathology of peripheral nervous system, neurotransplantology. Author of 60 scientific papers, 10 inventions.

Main works: Microsurgical treatment of closed total injuries of shoulder plexus (1996), Influence of transplantation of embryonic nerve tissue on regeneration of damaged peripheral nerves (1997), Modern approach to surgical treatment of shoulder plexus injuries, 1999 2003), Standards of care for patients with traumatic peripheral nerve injuries (2005).

 

 

 

 

 


Maruschchenko Myroslava Olegivna – MD, Ph.D. (2005), Associate Professor of the Department of Neurosurgery of Bogomolets National Medical University (since 2013). Graduated with honors from Bogomolets NMU (1997). Senior Laboratory Assistant of the Department of Neurosurgery (1997–2001), Assistant Professor (2001–2013). In 2005 she defended his Ph.D. thesis: “Morpho-functional relationships in cryodestruction of brain structures”. Marushchenko M.O. is responsible for educational and methodical work, English-language teaching at the Department of Neurosurgery and work with foreign students. Neurosurgeon of the highest qualification category.

Member of the Academic Council of the 1st Medical Faculty and Academic Council of the Bogomolets National Medical University, Cycle Methodological Commission on Surgical Diseases of Bogomolets NMU. Member of the Ukrainian Association of Neurosurgeons and the Ukrainian Association Against Stroke.

The main directions of practical and scientific activity: experimental neurosurgery, cryomethod in neurosurgery, history of neurosurgery, pain syndromes, congenital pathology of the CNS and others.

Author of more than 60 printed works. She has participated in many national and international conferences, including the 13th Course EFNS Academy – Spring School for Young Neurologists (Czech Republic, 2012), Salzburg Medical Seminars on Neurosurgery (Austria, 2012, 2013). She has completed a 2-month internship in accordance with the EFNS-EAN Department to Department Program at the Neurology and Neurosurgery Departments of Christian-Doppler-Klinik Paracelsus Medizinische Privatuniversität (Austria, 2014). She gave a lecture course on topical issues of neurosurgery at the Prague Workshop “Problémy současné společnosti – civilizační nemoci, fyzická aktivita, výživa” (Czech Republic, 2013).

Main works: The Diagnostics and Surgical Treatment of Neural Tube Defects at Children, 2009; Neurosurgery: A Guide for Medical University Students (2010); Study guide for practical training for teachers and students. Modules “Neurosurgery” (2010), “Neurosurgery” (2010,2019); Development of professional competences in the preparation of a doctor-specialist in the field of neuroscience as a reflection of the integration potential of modern medical education (2015); Features of diagnosis and  surgical treatment of brain tumors in pregnant women (2017).

 

 

 

 

Troyan Oleksandr Ivanovych – MD, Ph.D. (2005), Associate Professor of the Department of Neurosurgery of Bogomolets National Medical University (since 2013). Neurosurgeon of the highest qualification category. Graduated from Vinnitsa Medical Institute named after. M. Pirogov (1993). Worked in the neurosurgical department of Vinnitsa Regional Clinical Hospital (1993). Internship (1993–1996), clinical residency (1996–1998) at the Kyiv Medical Academy of Postgraduate Education named after P.L.Shupuk. Postgraduate student of the Department of Neurosurgery of Bogomolets National Medical University (1998-2000). He defended his dissertation on the theme: “Influence of fetal nerve tissue transplantation on the dynamics of lipid peroxidation, antioxidant status, oxidative phosphorylation in experimental severe traumatic brain injury” (2001). Assistant Professor of the Department of Neurosurgery (1999-2013), Associate Professor (since 2013). Troyan O.I. is responsible for the medical work at the Department of Neurosurgery. Honorary Head of the Student Scientific Club on Neurosurgery on the Deparment of Neurosurgery.

The main directions of practical and scientific activity: pathology of the spine and spinal cord, neurotraumatology, neuro-oncology, neurotransplantology, restorative neurosurgery, pain surgery. Author of over 100 scientific papers, co-author of 6 guidelines and textbooks on neurosurgery for students of medical universities.

Main scientific works: Neurosurgery: a textbook (2008); Features of surgical tactics in meningiomas of the spinal cord (2009); The use of microdiscectomy in the treatment of hernias of the intervertebral discs of the lumbar spine (2009); Neurosurgery: A Textbook for Students of Higher Medical Institutions (edited by Academician VI Tsimbalyuk, 2011); Features of surgical tactics for spinal cord astrocytomas (2013); Results of minimally invasive surgery in patients with degenerative lumbar stenosis (2013); Analysis of the results of surgical treatment of patients with intramedullary tumors of the cervical spinal cord (2013), Development of professional competencies in the preparation of a doctor-specialist in the field of neurosciences as a reflection of the integration potential of modern medical education (2015); Surgical treatment of pituitary adenoma (2015); Neuroendoscopy as a modern method of treatment of hydrocephalus (2016); Analysis of the results of surgical treatment of ATO soldiers with gunshot wounds of the spinal cord and peripheral nerves with the use of electrical stimulation (2017).

 

 

 

Dmyterko Igor Petrovych – MD, Ph.D. (2003), Neurosurgeon of the highest qualification category (since 2010), Assistant Professor of the Department of Neurosurgery (1999-2015), Associate Professor of the Department of Neurosurgery (since 2015), deputy dean of Bogomolets NMU for Work with Foreign Students (2005-2009). He graduated from the Medical Faculty of Chernivtsi State Medical Institute (1992). Internship at the Department of Neurosurgery of Arkhangelsk Medical Institute (1994) (Russia). Neurosurgeon at the First City Hospital of Vorkuta (Russia; 1994–1995), Neurosurgeon at the Hospital N5 in Sevastopol (1995–1997). Clinical residenship at the Department of Neurosurgery of Bogomolets NMU (1997-1999). Postgraduate studies (1999–2002) at the Department of Neurosurgery of Bogomolets National Medical University. He performs medical work in the clinic of Restorative Neurosurgery of the State Institution «Romodanov Neurosurgery Institute NAMSc of Ukraine “.

Main directions of scientific activity: pharmacoresistant forms of trigeminal neuralgia, pain syndromes in neurosurgery, traumatic injuries of the peripheral nervous system. Author of 65 scientific papers, 3 patents of Ukraine for invention.

MAIN WORKS: Etiology, pathogenesis and neurosurgical treatment of trigeminal neuralgia (2001); Method for puncture percutaneous access to the trigeminal cavity through an oval opening (2002); Differentiated approach to surgical treatment of relapses of severe trigeminal neuralgia (2003); Cryosurgery for the treatment of severe trigeminal neuralgia (2015).

 

 

  

Assistants Professor of the Department of Neurosurgery:

 


Molotkovets Vitaliy Yuriyovych Assistant Professor of the Department of Neurosurgery of Bogomolets National Medical University (since 2012). Graduated from Bogomolets National Medical Universit in 2007. Internship and clinical residency at the Department of Neurosurgery of National Medical Academy of Poatgraduate Education named after P.L.Shupuk (2007-2012). Since 2012 he has been working as an Assistant Professor at the Department of Neurosurgery of Bogomolets NMU, since 2014 – as a neurosurgeon (as additional job) of the State Institution «Romodanov Neurosurgery Institute NAMSc of Ukraine». Graduate student of the Department of Neurosurgery of Bogomolets NMU. Completes the thesis: “An electrical weld of the epineuria to restore the structural integrity of the nerve trunk (experimental study)”.

The neurosurgeon of the first category.

Main directions of practical and scientific activity: experimental neurosurgery, neurooncology.

Main works: Restoration of anatomical integrity of the peripheral by application of electrowelding technology (2014); Application of contact chemotherapy in the treatment of malignant gliomas of the brain (2015); Features of diagnostics and surgical treatment of brain tumors in pregnant women (2017), Features of diagnostics and surgical treatment of cranio-orbital tumors (2017).

 

 

 

 

 

 

Cheshuk Yevhen Valeriyovych – Assistant Professor of the Department of Neurosurgery of Bogomolets National Medical University (since 2019). He graduated from the Bogomolets National Medical University in 2014. Senior Laboratory Assistant of the Department of Neurosurgery (from 2018). In 2017 – graduated from the Internship on General Surgery at Bogomolets National Medical University, specialization on Oncology at the National Medical Academy of Postgraduate Education (2018), specialization on Neurosurgery at the National Medical Academy of Postgraduate Education named after PL. Shupuk (2019).

Main directions of practical activity: spinal neurosurgery, pain syndromes, recovery treatment in spinal cord injury.