Daminov Turgunpulat Abidovich

Professor of the Department of infectious and children’s infectious diseases TMA Daminov Turgunpulat Abidovich

Education:

1958-1964 Tashkent State Medical Institute Pediatric Degree (Diploma with Honors)

1964 -1966. – Trainee-researcher of the Department of “Children’s Infectious Diseases” of Tashkent State Medical Institute

1966 -1969. – Post-graduate student of the Department of “Children’s Infectious Diseases” of Tashkent State Medical Institute (Diploma of Candidate of Medical Sciences)

1986 – Defended his doctoral dissertation, Moscow (Diploma of Doctor of Medical Sciences)

  1. Elected Academician of the Polish Medical Academy.
  2. Elected Academician of the Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Uzbekistan.

2004 Elected the full member (academician) of the Academy of Medical and Technical Sciences of the Russian Federation

Work experience:1958 – 1964gg. – student of the Tashkent State Medical Institute1964 -1966. – Trainee-researcher of the Department of “Children’s Infectious Diseases” of Tashkent State Medical Institute1966 -1969gg. – Post-graduate student of the Department of “Children’s Infectious Diseases” of Tashkent State Medical Institute1969 -1972 – Assistant of the Department of “Children’s Infectious Diseases” of the Tashkent State Medical Institute1972-1982 – Associate Professor of the Department of “Children’s Infectious Diseases” of Tashkent State Medical Institute1982-1983 – Head of the Department of “Children’s Infectious Diseases” of Tashkent State Medical Institute1983 – 1990. – Director of the Research Institute of Pediatrics MZRUZ1990-2005 – Rector of the 1-Tashkent State Medical Institute1999 – 2005 – Head of the Department of “Infectious and Children’s Infectious Diseases” 1-Tashkent State Medical Institute (hourly)2005 – 2009 – Head of the Department of “infectious and childhood infectious diseases” with epidemiology of the Tashkent Medical Academy2009 – 2012 – Head of the Department of Infectious and Pediatric Infectious Diseases and Pediatrics of the Tashkent Medical Academy2012 – 2013 – Professor of the Department of “infectious and children’s infectious diseases and pediatrics” of the Tashkent Medical Academy2013-year-old. – Professor of the Department of Infectious and Child Infectious Diseases of the Tashkent Medical Academy  Scientific activity:1969 – defended his thesis on the topic: “On the clinical course of typhoparathyphoid diseases in children in combination with tuberculosis” G. Tashkent1986 – defended his doctoral thesis on “Clinical and immunological features of acute and protracted viral hepatitis A and B in children” G. Moscow The main areas of practice:Viral hepatitis and HIV infection in children, acute viral diarrhea in children. The main directions of the activity of the park are:Viral hepatitis and HIV infection in children, acute viral diarrhea in children. Awards:1980 the order “Dustlik”1996. Order “Honored Doctor of Uzbekistan”2016g. order “El-yurt churmati” The main scientific works for the last 5 years:Articles and theses:• Epidemiological characteristics of rotavirus infection in children in Tashkent city, thesis, Tenth international ROTAVIRUS SYMPOSIUM “Fulfilling tne Promise of Rotavirus Vaccines” 19-21 september 2012, Bangkok, Thailand, P-95, p. 108• Indicators of physical development in children with HIV infection, depending on the stage of the disease and the degree of immunosuppression, article, Scientific and Practical Conference with international participation “Actual Infectious Diseases: Clinic, Diagnosis, Treatment and Prevention” Kyiv, November 22-23, 2012.• Co-infection of HIV and viral hepatitis C in children, clinical and biochemical and immunological aspects, article, Scientific and Practical Conference with international participation “Actual Infectious Diseases: Clinic, Diagnosis, Treatment and Prevention” Kyiv, November 22-23, 2012.• Study of tuberculosis incidence and its clinical characteristics among children of preschool age with co-infection with viral hepatitis C and HIV, article, IIV Congress of Pediatricians of Uzbekistan “Priorities and modernization of children’s health in Uzbekistan” Tashkent 12-14 November 2014, Scientific and practical journal Pediatrics №34,2014• Clinical characteristics of invasive pneumococcal diseases in children in Uzbekistan, article, Journal of Children’s Infections Moscow 2015 No. 2, pp. 11-16• Antibiotic susceptibility of Streptococcus pneumoniae isolated from patients with pneumococcal meningitis, thesis, The 33rd Meeting of the European Society for Pediatric Infectious Diseases (ESPID 2015), Leipzig, Germany, May 12-16.• Change in blood indicators in HIV-infected children, article, Medical Journal of Uzbekistan. -Tashkent, 2015.-No.5-C.59-62• Anemia in HIV infection in children, article, Infection, immunity and pharmacology.-Tashkent, 2015.-No.6-C.33-37.• Review of therapeutic approaches for management of hematologic disorders in HIV-infected children, article, Dermatovenereology and esthetics Tibbiet .- Tashkent, 2015.-No.2.-C. 14-21• The role of chemokine receptors in the pathogenesis of HIV infection, article, Medical Journal of Uzbekistan. Tashkent, 2017.-No.4-P.46-48• Evolution of treatment of viral hepatitis C, article, Medical Journal of Uzbekistan. Tashkent, 2016.-No. 5.-P.82-87. Teaching aids and methodological recommendations:• Children’s diseases, textbook Tashkent-2013. -368s.• Increasing the effectiveness of antiretroviral therapy in children with perinatal HIV infection through a differentiated approach to the selection of antiretroviral regimens: Methodological recommendations. – Tashkent. – 2015. – 50 s.• Pneumococcal infection, Toolkit Tashkent, 2015 – 12 p.• Clinic, diagnosis, epidemiology and vaccine prevention of infection caused by Streptococcus pneumoniae, Methodological Manual Tashkent, 2016 – 35 p.• Skin manifestation in HIV infection. Monograph, Tashkent, 2017, 204 p.• Perinatal HIV infection – Monograph, Tashkent, 2017, 150 p.