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Editor-in-Chief Rector of the Vladivostok State Medical University, MD, prof. Shumatov Valentin B.

1981 – graduated the General medicine, Vladivostok State Medical University.
1986 – starts working at the Vladivostok State Medical University.
1999 – defended the doctoral dissertation on "Epidural analgesia with morphine and the value NO-ergic mechanisms in the formation of the antinociceptive effect" in Moscow.
2002 – become the Head of the Anesthesiology, critical care medicine and ambulance department.
2007 april 20 – become Rector of VSMU
2008 june – become the Chairman of the Dissertation Council K 208.007.01 at SBEI HPE VSMU Ministry of Russia by specialties: 14.00.05 - internal medicine, 14.00.27 - surgery, 14.00.09 – Pediatrics.
2011 december 20 – re-elected to the post of Rector VSMU

Doctor of the highest category, and a renowned expert in the field of anesthesiology and critical care medicine. Leads the research in the field of "The pathogenetic mechanisms of multiple organ dysfunction in critical conditions, developing criteria for its early detection, prevention and correction", which is one of the main research directions VSMU.

Has published over 200 scientific works in the field of etiology, pathogenesis, clinical features of disease in populations of Primorye, 50 training and educational handbooks.

Under the leadership and consultation of V.B. Shumatov were prepared 1 doctor and 17 candidates of medical sciences.

In view of his experience of public, educational, and scientific activities, business reputation, V.B. Shumatov was elected as a chairman of the Rectors Council of the Primorsky Territory. He is also the chairman of the Coordination teaching-methodical Council of medical school Russian Far Eastern Federal District.

Shumatov V.B. has government awards.


Deputy Chief Editor – Dr. of Medical Sciences, prof. E.V. Eliseeva 

Vice-Rector of the Federal State Budgetary Educational Institution of Higher Education "Pacific State Medical University" of the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation.

1995  – graduated with honors from the medical faculty of the Vladivostok State Medical University, subordinate in the specialty "Therapy".
1998  – defended her PhD thesis "The reaction of nitroxidine synthase and mast cells of the respiratory organs on substances of adrenergic action in normal and experimental bronchial asthma."
2002  – defended her doctoral thesis "Morphological basis of nitrooxidergic regulation of the respiratory system." Since 2002 – Head of the Department of Clinical Pharmacology of the State Educational Institution of Higher Professional Training of PSMU of the Ministry of Health of Russian Federation.
Since 2010  – Head of the Department of General and Clinical Pharmacology along with the courses of Professional Training.
2013–2018  – Worked as Deputy Director of the Department of Health and Healthcare of the Primorsky Region.
from 2018  – Vice-Rector of the Pacific State Medical University.

Eliseeva E.V. supervises scientific research in the following areas: “Nitroxidergic regulation of visceral functions and the possibility of its pharmacological correction”; “Nitroxidergic mechanisms of development and pharmacological correction of pain”, “Pharmacoepidemiology and pharmacovigilance, pharmacoeconomic research in medicine”; "Clinical and pharmacological rationale for rational antibiotic therapy and antibiotic prophylaxis."

Under her leadership 18 dissertations for the degree of candidate of medical sciences and 2 – doctors of medical sciences weren successfully conducted.

Eliseeva E.V. – author of 7 monographs, 17 educational and methodical manuals; more than 350 scientific papers, including 156 articles in Russian journals included in the list of HAC, 36 publications in journals included in the abstract database and Scopus citation systems.

Co-author of 2 patents. She was awarded by honorary awards: Winner of the X All-Russian Competition "Best Doctor of the Year" in the nomination "Doctor - Clinical Pharmacologist"; Diploma of the Ministry of Health and Social Development; Gratitude of the Governor of Primorsky Krai; Honored Diploma of VSMU; Acknowledgment of VSMU: Honored Diploma of Pacific State Medical University.

chertokChief Editor Dep. the Head of the Human Anatomy Department VSMU, MD, prof. Chertok Victor M.

1971  – graduated from Vladivostok State Medical Institute.
1978  – got PhD degree (dissertation theme: “Functional Morphology of Arteries of the Base of the Brain”).
1982  – award winner of AMS USSR in the field of control of cerebral blood flow.
1985  – got MD degree (dissertation theme: “Histophysiology of neurovascular unit of the pia mater and brain matter”).
1986–1992 – Vice-President for Research, Vladivostok State Medical Institute.
Since 1988  – Head of the Department of Human Anatomy, Pacific (Vladivostok) State Medical University.

He studies the issues of control of neurovascular unit in inner organs in the normal condition, experiment and pathology. His lectures are well-liked not only by students but also by physicians. He develops and implements new teaching methods. He suggested a conceptual model of computer use in teaching of morphological subjects, new methods of self-study for students including elements of distance education. He is an initiator and a chairman of the judges of the annual regional competition of academic and social movies. He pays great attention to the work with creative and talented students. He developed a system of private tuition for such students with a flexible attendance.

He is an author of more than 200 works, including 8 monographs. Two MD degree and 25 PhD degree were written under his tutelage.

Chairman of specialized Dissertation Advisory Committee. Chief expert of a state sci-tech program “Public Health in Russia”. Member of European Society of Microcirculatologsists. Full member of New York Academy of Sciences. Member of American Association for the Advancement of Science.


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