Kireev Igor Vladimirovich – Head of Department of Pharmacotherapy, D.Sc. in Medicine, Professor
Address: Kharkiv, Darwina street, 8/10 Kharkov city hospital for Students.
Tel. (057) 700-36-34
Igor Kireev was born on October 26, 1962 in Krivoy Rog, in the family of employees.
The first years of life (up to 1964) lived in Tallinn, and from 1964 has been living in Kharkov. Parents worked in the Physical-Technical Institute of Low Temperature NAS.
In 1969, he enrolled in school number 117. In 1971, he transferred to school number 89, which he graduated in 1979. Since 1978, finishing 10th grade school number 89, he had been employed as a hospital attendant in the operating theater at City Hospital Emergency Medical Care prof. A.I. Meshchaninova.
In 1979, he entered the Kharkov Medical Institute, which he graduated in 1985 with a degree in medical care. During his studies, continued to work at the hospital. He took part in the work of student scientific groups on surgery, neurology, anesthesiology and intensive care.
After graduation, he passed internship in anesthesiology and intensive care, from 1986 he worked as an anesthesiologist at City Hospital Emergency Medical Care. prof. AI Meshchaninova. In 1987 he took a course іn reflexology, after which he studied the effectiveness of acupuncture in patients surgical and kambustiology profile in the postoperative period to analgesia.
Since 1989, he studied in clinical residency in reflexology. In 1991 he worked as an assistant of the department reflexology. In 1992, he entered graduate school in the Department of Pharmacotherapy National Pharmaceutical University, from which he graduated in 1994, defended his Ph.D. thesis “The pharmacological activity of 7,8 disubstituted 3 – methylxanthine”.
From 1994 to 1997 he worked at the Department of Pharmacotherapy National Pharmaceutical University. 1998 he entered to the doctoral program. In 2001, at the Moscow State Medical – DentalUniversity, defended his doctoral thesis on the topic: “Optimize diuretic and anti-inflammatory drugs in a series of fused and substituted xanthine derivatives”. He continued to work at the Department of Pharmacotherapy. From 2004-2008 he worked at the Department of Clinical Laboratory Diagnosis of the National University of Pharmacy. Since 2008, continues to work at the Department of Pharmacotherapy, and in 2010 passed nostrification of doctoral dissertation at the OdessaStateMedicalUniversity in Ukraine.
From September 2011 – Head of Department of Pharmacotherapy National University of Pharmacy.
Pupils (Ph.D., doctoral work protected under the guidance)
Prepared two candidates – PhD of medical sciences Cherkashina L.V., specialty 14.00.25 – pharmacy, diploma KV № 092126 from 21.05.1998; PhD of medical sciences Guy A. specialty 14.00.25 – pharmacy, diploma CD № 092398 from 18.02.1999.
Research continues in pharmacokinetics and pharmacogenetics of drugs used in phthisiology. Planned dissertation work in specialty 14.03.06 – “Pharmacology. Clinical Pharmacology” for the degree of Doctor of Medical Sciences, Assistant Professor of Department of Phthisiology and Pulmonology KhMAPE Lebed L.V. The theme: “Predictors of efficacy of pharmacotherapy patients with tuberculosis in conditions of intense epidemic situation.”
Planned a doctoral thesis on the specialty 14.01.28 – “Clinical Pharmacology” for the degree of Doctor of Medical Sciences, Assistant Professor of Department of General Surgery at the LvivNationalMedicalUniversity named Daniel Galitsky, Kunovskiy V.V. The theme: “Predictors of efficacy of pharmacotherapy of pain and anxiety syndromes in patients with acute pancreatitis taking into account main patoetiologicheskih factors, features of clinical current, and gender characteristics of patients.”
Prepares for planners a doctoral thesis on the specialty 14.01.28 – “Clinical Pharmacology” for the degree of PhD of Medical Sciences on the theme: “Efficacy of of drugs metabolic type of action in people with intense physical activity.”
Economic and settlement activities
- Are paid courses in the discipline “First Aid” section “Flebotomiya” in excess of established curriculum.
- Ace. Kazarinova M. contract entered graduate school.
- Three students from Turkmenistan in 2012 joined to the NUPh thanks to career guidance during the visit of the scientific-practical conference.
- Clinical trials are planned.
- Pharmacotherapy with pharmacokinetics for students of all forms of learning.
- First aid for students of all forms of learning.
- Pharmacotherapy with pharmacokinetics – for students studying in English.
- First medical aid – for students studying in English.
- Discipline “First aid” section “Phlebotomy” overuse is established curricula – paid services.