Khmelevskaya Irina Grigorievna
Vice-Rector for Clinical Work and Interaction with the Clinical Bases
Professor, Doctor of Medical Sciences
In 1993 Irina Grigorievna finished medical faculty of Kursk state medical university with honours. From 1993 till 1995 she studied in clinical residency with specialization in “Pediatrics”. In 1994 under the charge of the head of the biochemistry department of KSMU professor L.G. Prokopenko she defended thesis for the PhD degree. Irina Grigorievna combined study in residency and scientific work with work in capacity of neonatology physician of Kursk municipal maternity hospital and since October 1994 as the assistant of the department of childhood diseases of KSMU. In 1997 she was awarded a degree of the associate professor of this department. In 2000 she successfully defended the thesis on “Immunocorrecting action of some protein-degrading enzymes under the conditions of experimental immunosuppression, caused by antibiotics” for the degree of the doctor of medical sciences. In 1998, 2001, 2005 she studied in clinics of the USA and Austria. In 2007 Irina Grigorievna was awarded a degree of the professor of the department of pediatrics. Under the guidance of Irina Grigorievna there have been made three theses for the PhD degree.
Irina Gennadievna is the author of more than 150 scientific articles, 3 monographs, 10 teaching aids, more than 30 methodological recommendations and 2 rational proposals. In 2001-2008 she worked in capacity of the professor of the department of pediatrics of KSMU. Since January 2009 she works as the head of the department of pediatrics, teaches disciplines in the medical, pediatric, international, dental, medical and preventative care faculties. Irina Grigorievna carries out big treatment-and-consultation work in establishments of infant public health service. She is the Physician of Superior Merit and “High achiever of public health service”. Irina Grigorievna is the chief part-time specialist-pediatrician of the Public health service Committee of Kursk region.