Department of oncology
Responsible Officer: Associate Professor Ph.D. OO Lobanova +380503574092
The main directions of the research work of the department:
- Development of technology for effective treatment of breast cancer based on the use of immunohistochemical and genetic markers.
- Assessment of prognostic and premature value of molecular markers of breast cancer and development of criteria for individualization of complex treatment of patients.
- Investigation of the effectiveness of organ-preserving and reconstructive-restorative treatment of breast cancer patients.
- Development of a method of complex reconstructive-restorative treatment of patients with locally advanced breast cancer.
- Development and implementation of modern methods of selective intra-arterial chemotherapy in the treatment of patients with gastric cancer.
- Investigation of the effectiveness of the use of modern anticancer drugs with monoclonal antibodies to the epidermal growth factor receptor in patients with metastatic colorectal cancer.
- Development of pathogenetic approaches to the treatment of tumors and tumors of the female genital organs.
- Study of the effectiveness of neoadjuvant chemotherapy in conditions of local hyperthermia in patients with locally advanced breast cancer in their complex treatment.
- Development of methods of intraperitoneal chemotherapy with hyperthermia in patients with ovarian and uterine cancer.
- Study of factors of prognosis of multicenter and bilateral breast cancer, development of methods of prevention and treatment.
- The use of immunotherapy in the complex treatment of patients with breast cancer.
- Development of new approaches to improve the effectiveness of treatment and prognosis of malignant neoplasms of the breast, based on the study of radical forms of oxygen and nitric oxide in the progression of the tumor process.
- Application of radiotherapy with local hyperthermia and individualization of adjuvant treatment in breast cancer patients.
- Assimilation of tracheobronchoplastic operations in patients with lung cancer, analysis of early and long-term results.
In 2020, the department began research on the topic: “Optimization of methods of diagnosis and treatment of cancer of the organs of the chest cavity and breast.”
Grant activity: the staff of the department constantly receive grants for internships, courses and conferences from specialized cancer organizations (ESMO, etc.)
Publishing: Oncology textbooks and guidelines can be obtained from the library and the department’s website in the Materials section.