Professor Kireyev I. V.

Kireyev Igor Volodymyrovych (1962, Krivoy Rog Dnipropetrovsk region) – MD, Professor, Head of Department of Pharmacotherapy NUPh (since 2011).

Кіреєв І.В.Graduated: Kharkov State Medical University (1985, specialty “General Medicine” Qualification: doctor).

Worked: an anesthesiologist of City clinical hospital of emergency and first aid n.a. A.I. Meshchaninova (1986-1989), assistant of the Department reflexology Ukrainian Postgraduate Medical Institute (1989-1992), a graduate student of Department Pharmacotherapy KhPhI (1992-1994), assistant (1994-1995), associate professor (1995-2002), Doctoral degree (1997-2000) , professor of Department Pharmacotherapy with pharmacokinetics of Ukrainian Academy of Pharmacy (2002-2004, 2008-2011), professor of the Department of Clinical Laboratory Diagnostics (2004-2008); Head of the Department pharmacotherapy National University of Pharmacy (from 01.09.2011).

Educational and methodical work. Co-author of 22 new curriculums, 16 new texts of lectures, 16 methodological recommendations electronic textbooks and manuals.

Regularly takes part in scientific – practical seminars and conferences Ukraine and the world, including USA, Netherlands, Belgium, France, Serbia, Spain, Portugal, Mongolia, Turkey, Finland, Poland, Croatia and others. Member of the International Pharmaceutical Federation, the European Society of Cardiology.

Regularly makes reports at conferences in the CIS countries: Belarus, Turkmenistan, Kyrgyzstan, Azerbaijan, Armenia, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Tajikistan, and others.

Scientific and research work. Scientific research directions: Pre-clinical study of pharmacological activity the first synthesized compounds and extracts from plant substrates; effectiveness of current treatment regimens in the treatment of patients. Defended doctoral thesis on “Optimization diuretic and anti-inflammatory drugs in a number of substituted xanthine derivatives and anelovanyh”. Co-author and author of more than 270 scientific works, among them – 9 patents, 46 scientific and methodological recommendations. Prepared 2 PhDs.  

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