Visit of leading foreign experts - our compatriots to TashPMI

On October 27 of this year, a conference was held at Tashkent pediatric medical institute on the topic “Steps to the heights of neurology. Experience of our compatriots abroad" with the participation of our compatriots from abroad.


In order to present the best practices in this area, within the framework of the international cooperation of Tashkent pediatric medical institute, our compatriots - foreign experts were invited to participate in the conference.

The invited guests of the event were:

- Azimov Alisher Saifullaevich - Assistant Professor, Department of Surgical Neurophysiology, UCSD Medical School, San Diego, California, USA. Chief Neurophysiologist at the Alvarado Medical Center, San Diego, California, USA. He made a presentation on the topic: "Neurophysiology: yesterday, today and tomorrow".


- Dadabaev Alisher Ravshanbekovich - Chief Pain Specialist at the VA Ann Arbor Healthcare System. Assistant Professor at the Department of Anesthesiology at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA. He made a presentation on the topic “Pain management. Management of management of patients with pain syndromes ".


- Dzholdas Kuldzhanov - a well-known orthopedist, a world-famous scientist, one of the top five traumatologists of the United States, professor, director of the Department of Orthopedic Surgery at the Hospital of St. Louis University, Missouri, USA. He made a presentation on the topic: "Modern possibilities of orthopedic surgery".


The event was organized by the Ministry of Health of the Republic of Uzbekistan, Tashkent pediatric medical institute, the Republican specialized scientific and practical medical center of Neurology and Stroke, and the Public association of neurologists of Uzbekistan.


This visit presented an opportunity to learn about international scientific and practical achievements in the field of medicine, contributed to the improvement of professional knowledge and skills of students and teachers of Tashkent pediatric medical institute.