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Department of Pediatrics, Faculty of Medicine

Garifulina Lilya Maratovna
Candidate of Medical Sciences, Associate Professor

Time of receipt: Monday - Saturday at 15: 00-16: 00
Tel: +998915497971
E-mail: ms.garifulina77.mail.ru
Address: Samarkand City, A. Ikramova St. , House №9

List of department staff

Full name Position
Garifulina Lilya Maratovna Head of the Department, Candidate of Medical Sciences docent
Rasulov Saidullo Kurbanovich MD, Associate Professor
Kudratova Gulsara Nazhmiddinovna Candidate of Medical Sciences, Associate Professor
Ishkabulova Gulchehra Uktamovna Ph.D., assistant
Sanakulov Abdulatif Burhanovich assistant
Khaidarova Khadicha Remizovna assistant
Ashurova Maksuda Jamshedovna assistant
Goyibova Nargiza Salimovna assistant
Turaeva Dilafruz Kholmuradovna assistant
Kholmuradova Zilola Ergashovna assistant
Kadirova Shahlo Salohiddinovna assistant
Ibrahimova Yulduz assistant


  The Department of Pediatrics The Medical Faculty is the oldest department of the institute. In an organized 1930 on the basis of the Department of Children's Diseases at the Department of Pediatrics of the Medical Faculty, qualified pediatricians V.A.Zhlovsky, A.N. Kislev, G. Y. Barevich were attracted.

In 1955-1960, the head of the department was the rector of the Associate Professor M.A.Mirzamuhamedov. During this period, attention was strengthened to study the features of the clinical course of childhood diseases in hot and dry climate, changes in the internal organs of patients after some poisoning and the development of tactics of treatment.

Mirzamuhamedov MA (1908-1990)

  Since 1957, the Department has headed the associate professor B.H. Karkajaev. Under the guidance of B.Kh. Karakhadzhaev, 13 candidate theses were defended. B.Kh. Karakhodzhaev in 1950-1975 being the permanent chairman of the Society of Children's Doctors of the Samarkand Region, made a great contribution to improving the qualifications of pediatricians working in health care practices.

  In 1977, Associate Professor, and then Professor Mamatkulov HM He was elected head of the department. Under his leadership, 2 doctoral and 14 candidate dissertations are protected. H.M.Mamatkulov Author of more than 250 scientific articles, a large number of educational and methodological benefits and recommendations, he was a conscientious, modest, decent and caring mentor.

  2000 - 2004 Department united with the Department of Pediatrics No. 1 as a course of pediatrics for the Medical Faculty. 2004 Restored Department of Pediatrics Therapeutic Faculty was headed by D.M. N. Professor Bobomratov TA In 2009, the Department of Medical Sciences became the head of the department, the associate professor Rasulov Sidullo Kurbanovich.

  From 2014 to this day, the Department is headed by a candidate of medical sciences, Associate Professor Garifulina Lilya Maratovna.

  The faculty staff of the Department of Pediatrics Therapeutic Faculty has a rich experience of training bachelors, clinical orders generously transferring the knowledge and skills of a doctor-clinician. The educational process at the department is conducted in 4 directions of undergraduate: "therapeutic case", "Professional Education", "Dentistry" and "Medical Biology".

  Teaching at the department is conducted in state, Russian and English.


  Spiritual and educational work is carried out on the basis of an approved plan, according to which various events are held dedicated to historical dates, national holidays, sports competitions, etc. Curatorial groups of the medical faculty are attached to the department. Each curator has a work plan, on the basis of which he conducts various activities with the curator group. The curator has information about each student, and his daily routine. There are also albums and discs that reflect the plots of the events. Curators meet regularly with students. Every Thursday classes begin "Spiritual Enlightenment Hour".

Curatorial group on Registan square

Curatorial group visiting the Amir Temur mausoleum

Department staff at the "Navruz" holiday


  The staff of the department are the authors of many textbooks, teaching aids for undergraduate studies and guidelines for doctors. In just 5 years, the staff of the department has issued more than 40 educational guidelines and manuals, 5 clinical guidelines, 4 monographs, and a textbook "The most common somatic diseases".


  The Department of Childhood Diseases maintains a high scientific potential. The main scientific interests of the department are aimed at studying the features of the pathogenesis, clinical picture, treatment and prevention of metabolic disorders, obesity, socially significant diseases of the cardiovascular, endocrine, digestive and urinary systems. The teaching staff actively conducts scientific research, the results of which are published in scientific indexed journals, and are presented in the form of reports at republican and international conferences.
  The topic of the scientific work of Assoc.Prof. LM Garifulina: “Comprehensive assessment of metabolic syndrome manifestations in children and adolescents. Improvement of diagnostics, methods of prevention and correction ”. Head: MD, professor Rustamov M.R.
  The topic of the scientific work of Ashurova M.Zh. "Features of the formation of metabolic and cardiovascular disorders in vitamin D deficiency against the background of obesity in children"
  The theme of the scientific work of Goyibova N.S. "Features of damage to the structural and partial functions of the kidneys in children with obesity and overweight."
  The topic of the scientific work of Turaeva D.Kh. "Clinical and metabolic characteristics of the hepatobiliary system in children with overweight and obesity, optimization of therapy"
  The topic of scientific work of Kholmuradova Z.E. "Features of the implementation of the pathology of the cardiovascular system, depending on the presence of overweight and obesity in children."