Nematilla Ravshanovich Aralov (1958-2020)
Sadly, the staff of health care in Uzbekistan and the Samarkand State Medical Institute suffered a great loss. Nematilla Ravshanovich Aralov, a renowned therapist, experienced doctor, Doctor of Medical Sciences, Professor, Head of the Department "Internal Diseases No. 4 and Hematology" of the Samarkand State Medical Institute, died prematurely.
So, N.R. Aralov was born in 1958 in Samarkand region. After graduating from Samarkand State Medical Institute in 1981 with excellent marks, his whole life was connected with alma mater and Samarkand City Hospital No. 1. After finishing his internship at Samarkand City Hospital No. 1 in 1982, he worked as a doctor-therapist at this hospital until 1985; from 1985 to 1991 he was head of the therapy department; between 1991 and 2009 he carried out fruitful activity as head of the allergology and pulmonology department of Samarkand City Central Hospital. Since 2009, Nematilla Ravshanovich was the Head of the Department "Internal Diseases No. 4 and Hematology" of Samarkand State Medical Institute.
Aralov also received his PhD in 1994 and defended his doctoral thesis in 2005. On a voluntary basis since 1998 he worked as a chief pulmonologist at the Health Department of Samarkand region.
In addition to the above, N.R. Aralov was the author of more than 220 scientific works, 2 monographs, 18 textbooks published in leading foreign and domestic scientific publications. Actively engaged in scientific work, the scientist has taken part in many prestigious conferences in the republic, the CIS countries and Europe, and his scientific practice was noted by many privileged diplomas and certificates.
As a highly qualified medical worker, N.R. Aralov was an experienced doctor who actively worked on training medical personnel and acquiring advanced knowledge in order to improve the quality of medical care provided to patients.
N.R. Aralov, as a therapist-pulmonologist with extensive clinical experience and in-depth knowledge, made a significant contribution to the return to normal life for thousands of patients through rational treatment. Due to his humanity and simplicity, he had great respect in society. A loving father, a family man, raised three children and created all the conditions for them to find their rightful place in life.
In conclusion, it would be added that Nematilla Ravshanovich Aralov was a mentor of young doctors, a kind and wonderful man, who was loved and respected by people around him. The blessed memory of N.R. Aralov will forever stay in our hearts.