Mardieva Gulshod Mamatmurodovna
Head of Department, Associate Professor
|Time of receipt:||Monday-Saturday, time 14: 30-15:00|
List of department employees
|Surname and Name||Position|
|Mardieva Gulshod Mamatmurodovna||Head of Department, Associate Professor|
|Karimov Zafar Berdimurodovich||Assistant, head teacher of the department|
|Turdumatov Zhamshed Anvarovich||Research Assistant|
|Yakubov Golib Akbarovich||Assistant responsible for spiritual and educational work|
|Yanova Elvira Umarzhanovna||Assistant, PhD doctoral student|
|Giyasova Nigora Kabulzhanovna||Assistant|
|Shukurova Laziza Borisovna||Assistant|
|Bakhritdinov Bekzod Rustamovich||Assistant|
HISTORY OF THE DEPARTMENT
The course of radiology was organized in 1931. That year, G.S. Kuznetsov first began teaching X-ray at the Department of Internal Diseases of the Medical Faculty of UzGU. In 1937, on the basis of this department, a course of radiology was organized separately. Its organizer and first head G.S. Kuznetsov. During the Great Patriotic War, professor Nemenov M.I., evacuated from the Leningrad Military Medical Academy to the city of Samarkand, worked and taught at the department. and radiologist I.M. Akimov (1942-1946).
In 1949-1950, the course of radiology and radiology was headed by Assoc. D.M. Abdurasulov.
In 1955, the course was transformed into a department. The first head and organizer of the department was Associate Professor G.S. Kuznetsov, who headed it until 1966. At the same time, assistants Dokuchaeva NF, Ablakulova S.B. worked at the department. and Priev I.G. Candidate dissertations were defended: N.F.Dokuchaeva - in 1957, S.B. Ablakulov - in 1961 and I.G. Welcome - in 1965.
In 1962, a department of radionuclide diagnostics and radiotherapy was organized at the clinic. High-tech methods of radiation therapy and radionuclide imaging of oncological and non-oncological diseases were carried out at the department in the department of radiology.
In 1966-1973, the department was headed by Professor A.I. Nesis. In 1967, the department was transferred to the base of the regional oncological dispensary, where until 1970 it provided practical and advisory assistance in radiation diagnostics and radiation therapy. Assistant of the department Mamajanov T.M. in 1968, doctoral dissertations - A.I. Nesis in 1970, N.F. Dokuchaev in 1972. The staff of the department was engaged in X-ray diagnostics of various internal diseases, combined radiation injuries.
In 1973 - 1975 the department was headed by professor Dokuchaeva N.F. Basically, the staff of the department carried out scientific research in the study of combined radiation injuries. In this direction, assistant Artamanov V.I. in 1972 he defended his Ph.D. thesis.
Ashurov Abdusalom Ashurovich, Doctor of Medical Sciences, Associate Professor, headed the course in 2007-2014. He graduated from the medical faculty of SamMI (1972), where he studied in clinical residency at the Department of Radiology and Medical Radiology. Since 1981 he has been working as an assistant of the department. In 1993 he defended his Ph.D. thesis on the topic "Study of the possibility of bioindication of radiation injuries based on the determination of quantitative changes in the elemental composition of blood using nuclear physical methods of analysis." In 1997 he was elected to the post of assistant professor of the department. In 1997-2005, he was in charge of the course of radiation diagnostics at the FPC of doctors. He is completing work on his doctoral dissertation on the topic "Radiation diagnostics of morphological and functional changes in the lungs with petsilomycosis in conditions of iodine deficiency." Author of 1 monograph, over 130 scientific articles, 2 - rationalization proposals and 4 - methodological manuals. Clinical radiologist of the highest category.
Akhmedov Yakub Amandullaevich, associate professor of the course "Medical Radiology". Born on 1.03.1950 in the city of Zhambul, Kazakh Republic. Uzbek. In 1973 he graduated from the medical faculty of the Samarkand Medical Institute. Has been working on the course of radiation diagnostics and radiation therapy at SamMI since 1987. In 1981 he passed specialization in general radiology in the city of Tashkent. In 1984-1986, he studied at the clinical residency of the First Medical Institute named after A.I. Sechenov in the city of Moscow. In 1993, 1997, 2005 he improved his qualifications on the basis of TashIUV. In 1997 he defended his Ph.D. thesis on "Diagnostic significance of microcalcifications in the diagnosis of subclinical breast cancer". Has over 70 publications in republican and foreign scientific journals and conference proceedings. 6 rationalization proposals and 4 methodological recommendations for students and radiologists. In 2001 he was elected to the post of associate professor of the department.
Mardieva Gulshod Mamatmuradovna, associate professor, head of the course "Radiation diagnostics and therapy". Since 2014 he has been in charge of the course.
She was born on 09/20/1965 in the city of Shakhrisabz, Kashkadarya region. Uzbek. In 1988 she graduated with honors from the pediatric faculty of the Samarkand Medical Institute. Has been working on the course of radiation diagnostics and radiation therapy at SamMI since 1998. In 1999, she completed specialization in the course "General Radionuclide Diagnostics" and "General X-ray Diagnostics". She improved her qualifications on the basis of SamMI, Tashkent Medical Academy, TashIUV, Medical Academy named after I. Mechnikov in the city of St. Petersburg. In 2010 she defended her thesis on the topic "X-ray proteinological parallels in pneumonia in newborns, depending on the degree of maturity." Has more than 150 publications in republican and foreign scientific journals and conference proceedings. Has the highest category of radiologist.
Since September 2020, the status of a department has been given to the course of radiation diagnostics and therapy. Currently, the Department of Radiation Diagnostics and Therapy employs 1 associate professor, 5 assistants and 5 part-time assistants. On the basis of the department are trained: basic doctoral student of the first year of study, 14 residents of the magistracy in the specialty "Medical radiology" and 33 clinical residents of the second year in the specialty "Medical radiology".
SPIRITUAL EDUCATIONAL WORK
One of the main activities of the department is the formation of high moral values among students, fostering interest in professional activity, the need for a healthy lifestyle, attracting students to cultural events of the institute. To carry out these tasks, the department has assigned curatorial groups, whose activities are carried out according to the approved plan. A curator is assigned to each group, who is appointed from among experienced teachers. Under the guidance of curators (Yakubov G.A., Karimov Z.B., Turdumatov Zh.A., Yanova E.U., Giyaova N.K), 2nd year students of the pediatric faculty actively participate in social events, organize cultural leisure, attend historical monuments and sights of the city of Samarkand, theaters and museums.
Spiritual and educational work is carried out on the basis of an approved plan, according to which various events are held on historical dates, national holidays, sports competitions and marathons.
Each curator has a work plan, on the basis of which he conducts various activities with the group under his care. Each curator has information about each student and his daily routine. There are also albums and discs, which reflect the plots of the events held. The curators meet regularly with their students. Every Thursday classes begin at the department with familiarization with the materials of the "Information Hour".
Meetings with students
With curated groups at a concert
EDUCATIONAL AND EDUCATIONAL-METHODOLOGICAL WORK
At the Department of Radiation Diagnostics and Therapy, students of the 3rd and 4th courses of the medical, pediatric and dental faculties, as well as students of the faculties of medical pedagogy and medical prevention are trained. The department teaches the subject "Medical Radiology". Students learn the basics and principles of modern beam imaging methods, namely radiological, including computed tomography, magnetic resonance imaging, ultrasound and radionuclide diagnostics.
Postgraduate education: The department trains residents in clinical residency and magistracy in the specialty "Medical Radiology". Currently 33 residents are studying in clinical residency, 14 residents are studying in magistracy.
Classes with residents of the magistracy in the X-ray diagnostic room
The staff of the department is constantly conducting research activities in the field of pulmonology, endocrinology, neurology. The main scientific directions of the department are related to the study of radiation diagnostics of vertebrobasilar syndrome, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, damage to the intra-articular structures of the knee joint, as well as problems of early radiation diagnosis of breast cancer.