Bogomolets National Medical University
HONOR, MERCY, GLORY

Department of therapy, infectious disease and dermatology of postgraduate education

Staff

OlenaYuriivna Gubska, MD, PhD, Professor

ResearcherID  – AAF-1611-2019

 

SCOPUS/ORCID:  Author ID – 57202053164

 

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 Graduated from State Bogomolets Medical University in 1993 magna cum laude.

After graduation, she started working as a junior scientific worker at the Internal Medicine Department and finished her master’s education in 1995.

1995-2003 – worked as an assistant at the Internal Medicine Department.

In 1998, she obtained a PhD degree for the thesis “Clinical and experimental use of Normaze in patients with chronic diffuse liver pathology”.

Since 2005 she worked as an assistant professor. She obtained an MD degree for the dissertation “Celiac disease: epidemiology, pathogenesis, diagnosis, and treatment”.

Since 2011 she worked as a professor.

During this time, she worked with medical students.

Her pedagogical experience is 25 years.

Since 2003, she was responsible for the scientific work at the Internal Medicine Department.

Since 2014, she has been working as a secretary of the Ukrainian Society of Internists.

Gubska O.Y. is the founder and scientific consultant at the Ukrainian Society of Celiac Disease.

She is a member of the AGA (American Gastroenterological Association) and ISSCD (International Society of Study of Celiac Disease). She has more than 100 scientific publications, 7 of which were published abroad.

She has obtained a degree in Psychology in 2014.

Since 03.08.2015, she works as the head of the Department of Internal Medicine, Infectious Diseases, and Dermatovenerology of Postgraduate Education.

 
Ihor Anatoliyovych Zaitsev

MD, PhD, Professor, graduated from Donetsk Medical University in 1986. After graduation, he completed clinical training in Infectious Diseases (1989-1991) at Donetsk Medical University. Since 1991, he worked as an assistant at the Infectious Diseases Department at Donetsk Medical University, since 1994 – as an assistant professor, since 2000 – as the head of the Infectious Diseases Department. In December 2014, he started working as a Professor at the Bogomolets National Medical University.

In 1991, he obtained a PhD degree with the thesis “Liquorodynamic changes and their management in patients with meningitis”. In 2002, he earned an MD degree with the thesis “Clinical symptoms, pathogenesis and management of intracranial hypertension in patients with meningitis.”

He is an author of more than 250 scientific works. Pedagogical experience – 31 years, he has been working as a doctor for 34 years.

In 1994 he took part in the eradication of a cholera outbreak in Crimea.

 
Hrechkivska Nataliya Volodymyrivna

MD, PhD, Professor, graduated with honors from the Bogomolets Kyiv Medical Institute in 1990.1990-1992 – training in clinical residency in the specialty: “Internal and occupational diseases”. Postgraduate study in the specialty: “Occupational diseases”. She awarded the scientific degree of candidate of medical sciences in 2000. She has academic title of Associate Professor of the Department of Occupational Health, Psychophysiology and Medical Ecology with 2014.

From 1997 to 2012 she worked as an assistant at the Department of Occupational Health and Occupational Diseases of the Bogomolets NMU. From 2012 to 2019 she was an associate professor at the Department of Occupational Health, Psychophysiology and Medical Ecology of the Shupyk National Academy of Postgraduate Education. Since 2019, she started working at the Department of Internal Medicine, Infectious Diseases, and Dermatology Postgraduate Edication, was responsible for teaching at this Department.

She is the author of more than 50 publications.

Since 2010, she has been the Chief Expert in the field of occupational pathology in Kyiv and heads the Medical Expert Committee on Occupational Pathology of the City Center of Occupational Pathology in Kyiv.

Since 2018, she is the head of the “All-Ukrainian Association of Occupational Dentists and Occupational Health Physicians”.

 

 
Anatolii Ivanovych Taran

ORCID: 0000-0003-4475-6312

 

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MD, PhD, Associate Professor, graduated from Bogomolets State Medical University in 1969.  After graduation, he completed clinical training in Nephrology. After that, he worked as a junior scientific worker at Kyiv National Institute of Medical Problems of Physical Education, since 1972 he worked as a nephrologist at the Department of Hemodialysis and Renal Transplantation.

He obtained PhD in 1978 and started working as an assistant at the Department of Internal Medicine #2 at Kyiv Medical University.

In 1988 he was sent on a mission trip to Angola as a consultant. Until 1992 he worked in University Hospitals as the head of the Internal Medicine Department and Intensive Care Unit.

In 1992, he returned to Ukraine and continued to work as an assistant at the Department of Internal Medicine #2 at Kyiv Medical University. 1993-2015 – worked as an assistant professor at this Department.

During 20 years, he has been teaching medical interns Internal Medicine and Emergency Medicine, consulting patients in different specialized departments (cardiology, pulmonary, gastroenterology).

He is the author of more than 90 publications.

Pedagogical experience – 41 years.

 

 

 
Valentyna Teodorivna Kiriienko

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MD, PhD, Associate Professor, graduated from Donetsk Medical University in 1997. After completing an internship in Infectious Diseases in 1998, she started working as an Infectious Diseases specialist at Central Regional Hospital in Terebovlya, Ternopil Oblast. In 2001-2014 she worked as an assistant, since 2014 – as an assistant professor at the Department of Epidemiology and Infectious Diseases at Donetsk Medical University.

In 2012 she obtained PhD.

She is the author of 58 published articles, co-author of 5 textbooks for students, two textbooks for medical interns.

In 2011-2014 she worked as a consultant in the Infectious Diseases Department in Central City Clinical Hospital #1 in Donetsk and Donetsk regional center of Emergency Medicine.

Since January 2015, she has been working as a consultant in the Infectious Diseases Department in Kramatorsk.

She has been working as a doctor for 22 years, pedagogical experience – 19 years.

 
Artem Valeriyovych Panin

MD, PhD, assistant professor, graduated from Lugansk State Medical University in 2002 with a degree in mediccine.

Work experience: From August 2002 to June 2003, he took an internship in the specialty “Therapy” at the Department of Therapy and Cardiology at the Dnipropetrovsk State Medical Academy. 2003 – 2011 he worked as a Rheumatologistat Kyiv Clinical Hospital on Railway Transport # 2; 2011 – 2015 – as a Rheumatologist and Immunologist at Consulting and Diagnostic Center of the Kryvyi Rih City Polyclinic № 5, Dnipropetrovsk Regional Council.2015 – October 2016 –he worked as an Assistant at the Department of General Practice (Family Medicine), Bogomolets National Medical University and a rheumatologist at the Department of cardiology and rheumatology of the consultative polyclinic of the Alexander Clinical Hospital in Kyiv; in 2011 – 2015 – as a chief specialist therapist and chief freelance specialist in clinical immunology of the POP Executive Committee of the Kryvyi Rih City Council.Іn 2010 he defended his dissertation for the degree of Candidate of Medical Sciences on the topic “Intracardiac hemodynamics and reserve capabilities of the microcirculatory bed in patients with ankylosing spondylitis: association with clinical manifestations and effectiveness of treatment”. He published more than 20 scientific works, including onemonograph “Joint Syndrome in Family Doctor’s Practice” (in co-authorship), guidelines for doctors “Modern methods of laboratory diagnostics in rheumatology”. Не is responsible for teaching work at the Department of Internal Medicine, Infectious Diseases, and Dermatology Postgraduate Education.

 
 alexeeva ViktoriiaViacheslavivna Alekseieva

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MD, PhD, Assistant Professor, graduated from Bogomolets National Medical University in 2005. In 2007 she completed training in Family Medicine at the Department of Internal Medicine №2. During 2007-2008, she completed additional training in Internal Medicine and Cardiology, in 2010 – in Nephrology.

In 2007-2008 she worked as an internist in the Emergency Room in Kyiv City Clinical Hospital #3. During 2008-2016 she worked as a Head of Emergency Room. During 2008-2010 she also worked as a cardiologist, in 2010-2012 as a nephrologist.

In 2015 she obtained PhD with the thesis “Quercetin impact on CKD progression”. She is the author of 25 published articles. Her pedagogical experience is 6 years, and she has been working as a doctor for 15 years.

Since August 2016, she started working at the Department of Internal Medicine, Infectious Diseases, and Dermatology Postgraduate Edication, was responsible for teaching at this Department.

 
Irina Olegivna Lavrenchuk

MD, PhD, Assistant Professor, graduated from Bogomolets National Medical University in 2010.
In 2016 she completed her clinical residency at the Department of Therapeutics, Infectious Diseases and Dermatovenereology of postgraduate education. He works as a cardiologist at the Central Hospital of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine. Member of the European Heart Failure Association. Since August 2016, she started working at the Department of Internal Medicine, Infectious Diseases, and Dermatology, responsible for teaching at this Department.

 
kuzminets Andriy Anatoliyovych Kuzminets

MD, PhD student. The topic of the dissertation is “The diagnostic capabilities of non-invasive biomarkers in the drug-related intestinal lesions in patients with osteoarthritis”.

ORCID: 0000-0001-6400-1027

Researcher ID: G-3903-2019

 

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