Bogomolets National Medical University
HONOR, MERCY, GLORY

Department of Pediatric Infectious Diseases

Department Staff

Sergiy Oleksandrovych Kramariov (date of birth: 12.04.54 р.),
M. S. D. (1991),
professor (1993),
Department of Paediatric Infectious Diseases (1994),
Honoured Physician of Ukraine (2004).

He graduated cum laude from Kyiv Medical Institute, the Paediatrics Faculty of in 1977. Since 1977 up to 1979 he studied in Clinical Residency at the Department of Infectious Diseases, within 1979 and 1989. – Assistant of the same Department, within 1989 and 1993. – Associate Professor, within 1993 and 1994 had an office of the Professor of the Department, since 1994. up to the present time – has occupied an office of the Head of the Department of Paediatric Infectious Diseases of the NMU.

In 1981 he defended his thesis, in 1991. He passed through his Candidate’s dissertation defense on the topic: ” Clinical-Pathogenic Importance of the Certain Biologically Active Substances and Systems of Haemostasis in the Presence of Acute Intestinal Infections in Children of Early Age”.

Author and co-author of 309 scientific works, 3 textbooks for students of the higher medical educational institutions of 5th – 4th level of accreditation, 9 manuals, 2 monographs and reference books for doctors, 15 methodical recommendations for doctors and intern-doctors, 18 patents for inventions. Under his leadership 4 Doctors of Medical Sciences and 13 Candidates of Medical Sciences have been trained.

S.O. Kramariov – during 1992-2010 worked as the Main Specialist of the Ministry of Health of Ukraine the on the issues of the specialization “Paediatric Infectious Diseases”, the Head of the Commission at the Ministry of Health of Ukraine on Final Assessment Conclusions in Cases of flaccid paralyses, the Ukrainian standards of medical aid to the children having suffered from infectious diseases in fixed and the outpatient hospitalizing conditions, the minutes on diagnostics and treatment of infectious diseases in children and adults had been prepared and implemented under his editorship.

S. O. Kramariov is the member of the Commission on Generating Orders of the Ministry of Health of Ukraine on the Issues of Infectious Diseases. According to the Instructions of the Ministry of Health of Ukraine S. O. Kramariov repeatedly headed the Commission on Elimination of Outbreaks of the Cases of Infectious Diseases among children in the regions of Ukraine, took an active part in the elimination of epidemic diphtheria, cholera in the 90’ies of the last century, as well as in the preparation arrangements for certification of Ukraine as the country clear of poliomyelitis. In 2009 he visited repeatedly over the regions of Ukraine for providing consultations and assistance to the patients suffered from pandemic flu.

S. O. Kramariov has occupied an office of the Expert in HAC of Ukraine on the issues of scientific specializations “Paediatrics” and “Infectious Diseases”, the Chairman of the Joint Commission of NAMS and the Ministry of Health of Ukraine on the Problems of “Infectious and Parasitic Diseases”, the Member of the Praesidium of the Association of Infectiologists of Ukraine, the Member of Specialized Academic Council for the specialization with “Paediatrics”, the Member of the Academic Council of the Ministry of Health of Ukraine, the Member of the Editorial Staff of 6 scientific and medical journals.

Doroshenko Vitalii Olexandrovych,

Doctor of Medical Sciences, Professor

Doroshenko Vitalii Olexandrovych, born in 1950, graduated in 1977 from the Pediatric Faculty of the Bogomolets Kyiv Medical Institute. From 1977 to 1978, he studied in a pediatrics residency at the Irpin Children’s Hospital. After graduating from internship, he worked as a pediatrician at the Ivankiv CDH from 1978 to 1982. From 1982 to 1984, he studied in the medical residency majoring in children’s infectious diseases at the department ofchildren’s infectious diseases of the Kyiv Medical Institute. From 1984 to 1988, he worked as a senior laboratory assistant at the Department of Children’s Infectious Diseases, and from 1988 to 2001 as an assistant at the Department. In 1993, he passed his Ph.D. defense on the topic: “The state of hemostasis and fibrinolysis systems in severe forms of intestinal infections in young children and the correction of their disorders.” In 2001, he was elected Associate Professor of the Department of Children’s Infectious Diseases of the Bogomolets National Medical University. In 2004, he was awarded the title of Associate Professor of the Department of Children’s Infectious Diseases. In 2006, he defended his dissertation for the degree of Doctor of Medical Sciences on the topic: “Clinical and pathogenetic features of modern diphtheria in children”. From 2008 to 2014, he was the Dean of Internship and Advanced Training of Doctors, and from 2014 to present – Professor of the Department of Pediatric Infectious Diseases.

Member of the Academic Council of the Medical Faculty №3 of the Bogomolets National Medical University

Vygovska Oksana Valentynivna,

Doctor of Medical Sciences, Professor

Vygovska Oksana Valentynivna (December 2, 1971) graduated with honors in 1989 from Kyiv Medical School #1, majoring in Nursing, and in 1995 with honors from the Pediatric Faculty of the Bogomolets National Medical University. From 1995 to 1997, she studied in the magistracy at the Department of  Pediatric Infectious Diseases of the Bogomolets National Medical University, majoring in Pediatrics, which she graduated with honors. On the basis of the Department of Children’s Infectious Diseases of the Bogomolets NMU, she was an intern from 1995 to 1997. From 1997 to 2002, she was pursuing a PhD in Pediatrics at the Department of Children’s Infectious Diseases of the NMU. In 2002, she passed her PhD defense on the topic: “Clinical and pathogenetic role of disorders of hemostatic cell level in diphtheria in children” (14.01.10-pediatrics). Since 2003 – Assistant Professor of Children’s Infectious Diseases Department, since 2014 – Assistant Professor of the same Department, since December 2015 – Professor of the same Department. From 01.09.2015 – Dean of the Medical Faculty №3.

In 2015, she defended her doctoral dissertation on the topic: “Epstein-Barr viral infection in children: pathogenesis, clinical forms, diagnosis, treatment” (14.01.10-pediatrics). Has a highest qualification grade in Children’s infectious diseases, is a consultant for sanitation of Ukraine, consultant of the I (boxed) department of the Kyiv Municipal Children’s Clinical Infectious Diseases Hospital, consultant of the Department of Children’s Nephrology DKL № 7 in Kyiv, consultant of the Department of Children’s Hematology DKL № 1 in Kyiv, consults patients with infectious pathology of Kyiv, Ukraine, close and far abroad.

At the Department of Pediatric Infectious Diseases conducts practical classes and lectures for students of 5, 6 years, including with the English form of study. Since 2008 – responsible for scientific work at the department. Fluent in English.

Experience of scientific and pedagogical work – 20 years. Highly qualified Children’s infectious disease doctor.

Author and co-author of 300 printed scientific works, 23 patents of Ukraine for utility model, 5 information sheets, 4 methodological recommendations, has about 500 speeches at scientific conferences, congresses, plenary sessions on pediatrics, children’s infectious diseases, infectious diseases, children’s gastroenterology in Ukraine and abroad. Member of the Association of Infectious Diseases, Pediatricians of Ukraine, Member of the Euro-Asian Association of Infectious Diseases and Children’s Infectious Diseases, Secretary of the Ministry of Health and NAMS Problem Commission “Infectious and Parasitic Diseases”, Member of the Ministry of Health’s Qualification Commission for Lethal Cases, Expert of the State Expert Center of the Ministry of Health of Ukraine.

Main directions of work:

Epstein-Barr viral infection in children; herpes virus infections in children, recurrent aphthous stomatitis in children; infectious mononucleosis in children; immunological aspects of various clinical forms of EBV infection; apoptosis in various clinical forms of EBV infection; children with repeated episodes of respiratory infections; often sick children for a long time; smallpox in children at the present stage; measles in children in modern conditions; cytokine and interferon status in viral diseases in children (infectious mononucleosis, chronic EBV infection, measles, chicken pox, influenza, ARI); probiotic therapy in children’s infections clinic; the use of interferon drugs in the clinic of children’s infections in various diseases; elimination therapy for common infectious diseases in children; viral infections in children in modern conditions; prevention of influenza and ARI in children living in orphanages; features of clinical and immunological characteristics of children with diphtheria; treatment of AII in children, influenza and ARVI in children and others.

Contact information: phone number – 050-271-77-07, 068-887-27-75;

e-mail address – vigovska@online.ua;

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Литвиненко Наталія Григорівна
к.мед.н, доцент

Литвиненко Наталія Григорівна закінчила педіатричний факультет Київського медичного інституту в 1979 році з відзнакою. З 1979 р. по 1981 р. навчалася у клінічній ординатурі на кафедрі дитячих інфекційних хвороб КМІ. Протягом 1982 – 1983 рр. працювала старшим лаборантом цієї кафедри, продовжуючи виконувати лікувальну роботу. З 1983 по 1998 рр. працювала асистентом, а далі і по теперішній час доцентом кафедри дитячих інфекційних хвороб Національного медичного університету.У 1985 році захистила кандидатську дисертацію. Автор і співавтор 72 наукових робіт, 5 методичних рекомендацій, 2 навчально-методичних посібників, підручника для студентів вищих медичних закладів освіти IV рівня акредитації українською, російською та англійською мовою. Маю авторське свідоцтво на винахід по засобу лікування вірусних гепатитів у дітей.

Маю вищу кваліфікаційну категорію лікаря – дитячого інфекціоніста. В теперішній час являюсь куратором відділення нейроінфекцій Київської міської дитячої інфекційної лікарні.

Korbut Oksana Viktorivna,
Candidate of Medical Sciences, Associate Professor

Korbut Oksana Viktorivna, born in 1961, graduated with honors from the Pediatric Faculty of the Kyiv Medical Institute in 1985. From 1985 to 1988, she studied in clinical residency at the Department of Children’s Infectious Diseases of KMI. In 1989, she was elected to the position of assistant, in May 2006 – to the position of Associate Professor of the Department of Children’s Infectious Diseases.In 1993, she passed her PhD defense on the topic: “Clinical and immunological substantiation of rational therapy of antibiotic resistant salmonellosis in young children”. She has been working fruitfully on the scientific topics of the department, is engaged in the issues of apitherapy – the use of drugs based on bee products in pediatric practice and infectology, has 68 published works. She is responsible for the work of the student scientific circle of the department. 27 years of scientific and pedagogical work experience.Korbut O.V. – doctor of the highest qualification grade, fully carries out medical and consultative work in the infectious and other departments of CCH # 2, responsible for the second clinical base of the department. Advises patients in children’s hospitals in Kyiv and on the line of sanitary

Shpak Iryna Volodymyrivna,

Candidate of Medical Sciences, Associate Professor

Shpak Iryna Volodymyrivna, graduated with honors in 1988 from the Pediatric Faculty at the Kyiv Medical Institute. From 1989 to 1990, she studied in clinical residency at the Department of Children’s Infectious Diseases of KMI. From 1990 to 1993, she studied at the Department of Children’s Infectious Diseases. Since 1993, she has held the position of assistant of the department. In 1994, she passed her PhD defense. Has 22 years of scientific and pedagogical experience.

From 2007, she works as an Associate Professor of the department.

During her time at the department, she proved herself to be a highly qualified, responsible specialist and teacher. At a high scientific and methodical level, she conducts practical classes with students, works creatively on the preparation of educational and methodical developments, lectures from separate sections of the discipline.

Since 2013 – responsible for the teaching and methodological work of the department.

Shpak I.V. is actively involved in the implementation of research work, has 40 printed scientific papers, including 1 textbook, 1 study guide, 1 invention, 1 utility model patent.

Shpak I.V. has the highest qualification grade of infectious disease doctor. She performs extensive medical work: she is a regular consultant of the non-boxed department of KMCCIH, consults patients in different children’s hospitals in the city of Kyiv, is a consultant for aviation in other regions of Ukraine.

Palatna Liudmyla Oleksandrivna,
Candidate of Medical Sciences, Associate Professor

Palatna Liudmyla Oleksandrivna, born in 1957, graduated with honors in 1980 from the Pediatric Faculty of the Kyiv Medical Institute. From 1980 to 1981, she was an intern on children’s infectious diseases at the Children’s infectious diseases Hospital №12 in Kyiv. From 1981 to 1982, she worked as a resident doctor, and from 1982 to 1984 -in the intensive care unit as a resuscitation doctor.From 1984 to 1988, she studied in clinical residency at the Department of Children’s Infectious Diseases of KMI. From 1988 to 1989, she worked as a doctor – a resident of a children’s infectious hospital, from 1989 to 1992 – an assistant at the Children’s Infectious Diseases Department (substitute). From 1992 to 1993 – worked at the department as a senior laboratory assistant, since 1993 – assistant at the Department of Children’s Infectious Diseases, since 2004 – Assistant Professor at the Department of Children’s Infectious Diseases.In 1997, she defended her dissertation for the degree of Candidate of Medical Sciences on the topic: “Clinical and pathogenetic features of combined rotavirus – bacterial intestinal infection in young children”, specialty 14.01.10. – Pediatrics.She has the highest qualification grade, 92 publications and patent for the invention, is the co-author of 3 textbooks and 4 guidelines for students and doctors. Secretary of the Academic Council of the Medical Faculty №3, member of the Probation Board in Pediatrics.Palatna L.O. – a doctor of the highest qualification grade, fully conducts medical and consultative work in the hospital. Conducts practical classes with students of the 6th year at a high scientific and methodological level, participates in the creation of methodological development of practical classes, lectures, test tasks for students. A consultant for sanitary aviation of Ukraine, responsible for medical work at the Department of Children’s Infectious Diseases.Experience of scientific and pedagogical work – 24 years.Awarded with the Certificate of Acknowledgment and the Certificate of Honor of Kyiv Mayor, Certificate of Honor of the Ministry of Health of Ukraine.

Yevtushenko Vitalii Viacheslavovych,
Candidate of Medical Sciences, Associate Professor

Yevtushenko VitaliyViacheslavovych, Candidate of Medical Sciences, graduated from the Pediatric Faculty of Ukrainian National Medical University in 1995. From 1997 to 1999, he worked as a district pediatrician. Since 2001, he worked as a senior laboratory assistant at the Department of Children’s infectious diseases of the Bogomolets National Medical University, and since 2003 – as an assistant of the same department. In 2005, he passed his PhD defense on the topic: “State of cerebral hemodynamics in acute neuroinfection in children”, majoring in infectious diseases.Since 2014, he has been acting as Chief Freelance Specialist in Children’s Infectious Diseases in Kyiv.Since 2015, he has been transferred to the position of Associate Professor of the Department of Children’s Infectious Diseases.Contact information: mail: evv1972@gmail.com

Voronov Oleksandr Oleksandrovych,
Candidate of Medical Sciences, Associate Professor

Voronov Oleksandr Oleksandrovych, in 1990 graduated from the Pediatric Faculty of the Kyiv Medical Institute.From 1990 to 1996, he worked as an anesthesiologist at the State Hospital No. 12 in Kyiv.Since 1996, he has been elected to the position of assistant of the department of children’s infectious diseases.In 2005 he passed his PhD defense on the topic: “Condition of the hemostasis system, central and peripheral hemodynamics in children with severe forms of the most common infectious diseases (neurons, respiratory and acute intestinal infections)”, specialty 14.01.03 – infectious diseases.He is the author of more than 35 printed scientific works, as well as the co-author of the textbook “Infectious diseases in children” (2010).He has the author’s certificate for the invention of “A method of assessing contractile function of the heart and central hemodynamics in children with severe forms of infectious diseases”.He is engaged in medical consultative work on the basis of KMCCIH, is a consultant of the intensive care and resuscitation department.

Experience of scientific and pedagogical activity – 20 years.

He has the highest qualification grade of infectious disease doctor. Advises patients in different children’s hospitals in Kyiv, is a consultant on the line of sanitary aviation of the Ministry of Health of Ukraine.

Contact information: e-mail: dok_voronov@ukr.net

Dmytryieva Olena Anatoliivna,
Candidate of Medical Sciences, Associate Professor

Dmytryieva Olena Anatoliivna graduated from the Pediatric Faculty of the Bogomolets Kyiv Medical Institute in 1988. From 1989 to 1992, she worked as a district pediatrician. From 1992 to 1994, she studied in clinical residency at the Department of Children’s Infectious Diseases. Since 1995 – Assistant Professor of the Department of Children’s Infectious Diseases of the Bogomolets NMU.In 1997, she passed her PhD defense on the topic: “Some indicators of the cytokine system and hemostasis in acute intestinal infections in children and methods of their correction”.Responsible for working with international students.Conducts classes with students at the Department of Infectious Diseases of Children’s Clinical Hospital №2.

Buts Oleksandra Romanivna,
Candidate of Medical Sciences, Associate Professor

Buts Oleksandra Romanivna graduated from the Pediatric Faculty of the Kyiv Medical Institute in 1986, and from 1986 to 1987 underwent an internship in pediatrics at the Bilotserkovsk City Children’s Hospital. From 1987 to 1992, she worked as a pediatrician at the Bilotserkivsk City Infectious Diseases Hospital, and from 1992 to 1996 as a pediatrician at the City Children’s Clinical Infectious Diseases Hospital in Kyiv. In 1996, she studied in clinical residency at the Department of Children’s Infectious Diseases of the National Medical University, which she graduated in 1998. Since 1998, she has been working as an assistant at the Department of Children’s Infectious Diseases of the National Medical University.Author and co-author of 28 scientific papers, has 7 papers at scientific conferences. In 2014, she passed her Ph.D. defense on the topic: “Significance of detection of diphtheria toxin and state of antitoxic immunity in diphtheria infection in children”, majoring in infectious diseases.

Yukhymenko Galyna Grygorivna,
Candidate of Medical Sciences, Associate Professor

Yukhymenko G.G. graduated from the Pediatric Faculty at the Kyiv Medical Institute in 1990. 1990-1996 – pediatrician of the infectious ward of Irpin city hospital. 1996-1998 – studied in clinical residency at the Department of Children’s Infectious Diseases of NMU. From 1998 to 2001 – graduate student of the above-mentioned department. Since 2001 – an assistant of the Department of Children’s Infectious Diseases of NMU. In 2002, she passed her PhD defense the topic: “Features of hemodynamics in diphtheria myocarditis in children and possible approaches to treatment”.

Zakordonets Liudmyla Vladyslavivna,
Candidate of Medical Sciences, Associate Professor

Zakordonets Liudmyla Vladyslavivna, born in 1974, graduated with honors from the Pediatric Faculty of the National Medical University in 1997. From 1997 to 1998, she passed an internship in the field of children’s infectious diseases at NMAPE. From 1998 to 2000, she studied in clinical residency at the Department of Children’s Infectious Diseases of the Bogomolets NMU. From 2000 to 2003, she studied in residency at the Department of Children’s Infectious Diseases of NMU. Since December 2003 – an assistant at the Department of Children’s Infectious Diseases of the National Medical University.In 2003, she passed her PhD defense on the effects of purulent meningitis in children. Author and co-author of 25 scientific papers, 1 methodical recommendations. Has four copyright certificates for the invention.In 2015, she defended the doctoral thesis the topic: “Antibiotic-associated diarrhea in children: pathogenetic mechanisms of development and methods of correction.”Works in the department for the treatment of patients with infectious lesions of the nervous system of KMCCIH.

Shadrin Valerii Olegovych,
Candidate of Medical Sciences, Associate Professor

In 2010 he graduated from Bogomolets National Medical University majoring in Pediatrics. From 2010 to 2012, he studied at the internship and master’s degree program, which he graduated with honors. In 2012, he entered the postgraduate degree program, which he completed in 2014, defending his PhD thesis in Pediatrics on the topic: “Functional condition of the liver and correction of its disorders in children with acute form of EBV infection”. From 2010 to 2014, he worked as a Senior Laboratory Assistant at the Department of Children’s Infectious Diseases at the Bogomolets NMU. From 2014 to 2020, he worked as an assistant of the Department of Children’s Infectious Diseases, since January 2020 he is an Associate Professor of the Children’s Infectious Diseases Department of the Bogomolets National Medical University. Responsible for logistical support of the department and automatic control system. The total teaching experience is 7 years, the total medical experience – 10 years. He is the author of 24 scientific papers, 3 utility model patents, 2 fact sheets. In 2019, he completed an internship at the Faculty of Medicine of the University of Vilnius, Lithuania. The main scientific researches are devoted to the study of liver pathology in infectious diseases in children. Conducts medical consultative work in the departments of the Kyiv City Children’s Clinical Infectious Diseases Hospital, is a consultant on children’s infectious diseases at the calls of regional centers of emergency consultative medical help.

 

Markov Artem Igorovych

Born in 1988, graduated from the 3rd Medical Faculty of the Bogomolets National Medical University majoring in Pediatrics in 2012. He took an active part in the scientific life of the university: from 2010 to 2012 was a member of the Kisel Student Scientific Society, since 2010 – a member of the circle at the Department of Children’s  Infectious Diseases.

2012-2014 – internship majoring in Pediatrics at the Kyiv City Children’s Hospital №4.

2014 – 2016 – clinical residency at the Department of  Children’s Infectious Diseases of Bogomolets NMU.

Since 2016 – post-graduate student of the Department of Children’s Infectious Diseases of Bogomolets NMU.

In the process of writing the candidate’s work on the topic: “lesions of the gastrointestinal tract in children with infectious diseases of the nervous system”. The topic was approved at a meeting of the Academic Council of the Medical Faculty # 3 of Bogomolets NMU from February 12, 2015.

Kyrytsa Nataliia Sergiivna, Assistant

2008 – graduated from the Faculty of Medicine of the Bogomolets National Medical University majoring in Medical Care.

From 2008 to 2010, she worked as a senior laboratory assistant at the Department of  Children’s Infectious Diseases of the NMU, where she passed an internship in Pediatrics.

From 2010 to 2012, she completed a clinical residency in Children’s at the Department of Pediatric Infectious Diseases of NMU.

From 2012 to 2018, she completed her postgraduate studies at the Department of Children’s Infectious Diseases of NMU.

From 2017 – works as an assistant at the Department of Children’s Infectious Diseases of the Bogomolets NMU.

In 2020, she defended her dissertation for the degree of Candidate of Medical Sciences on the topic: “Asthenic Syndrome in Children with Infectious Mononucleosis. Diagnosis and treatment”. Since 2019 – a member of the European Union of Children’s Infectious Diseases (ESPID).

Secretary of the problem commission on the specialty “Infectious and parasitic diseases” of the Ministry of Health and the Academy of Medical Sciences of Ukraine. Author and co-author of 25 printed scientific papers, 1 patent of Ukraine for utility model, speaker at scientific conferences with international participation. Conducts medical and consultative work in the departments of the Kyiv City Children’s Clinical Infection Hospital – Degtiarivska street, 23.

Contact: dr.tashakyrytsia@gmail.com