Development and implementation of new methods of diagnostic, treatment, rehabilitation and prevention in Medical center Hospital by using scientific research results conducted by the department specialists and clinic doctors.
Realization of relevant scientific researches in the field of diagnosis, treatment, rehabilitation and prevention of diseases with technology transfer in healthcare organizations.
Tasks and PrioritiesTasks:
Conducting relevant research works in the field of diagnosis, treatment, rehabilitation and prevention of diseases, training of specialists and transfer of modern medical technologies.
Priority research directions:
Development and implementation of diagnostic, treatment, rehabilitation methods and prevention of diseases:
- respiratory organs
- cardio-vascular diseases
- ophthalmic diseases
- gastrointestinal tract
- malignant tumor
- photodynamic therapy
Tasks and Priorities
Tasks:Carrying out scientific-research programs in the field of gerontology (main task);
Development of cooperation with local and foreign organizations in the framework of collaborative work in the field of scientific and educational projects;
Studying the demographic aspects of population aging;
The study of the human genotype in order to improve the methods of diagnosis, prediction and treatment of age-related pathology;
Organization of the temporary research teams work to conduct scientific and methodological research on topical issues of gerontology;
Priority directions in scientific studies:
The development of methodological approaches to the improvement of predictive medicine for the early detection and prevention of the risks of premature aging in people suffering from metabolic syndrome;
Development of a science-based program to identify the risk of early occurrence of the most common age-associated pathologies and determine the age scale (line) of the risk of occurrence of the main age-associated diseases;
The study of the social determinants of biological and psychological aging, taking into account the distribution of the gradient of changes in health indicators at various levels of government.