Abramov Victor Vasilievich (editorial board member)

Abramov Victor Vasilievich
Doctor of Medical Sciences, professor

Doctor of Medical Sciences, professor, well-known specialist in the field of sports medicine, physical rehabilitation, traditional and alternative medicine, valeology, academician of the Academy of Sciences of the Higher School of Ukraine.

He was born on September 21, 1940 in the city of Dnepropetrovsk. After leaving school in 1958 he entered the Industrial College, where he received the specialty of designer. During the year he worked in the design bureau of the Dnepropetrovsk Engineering Plant. Three years he served in the Armed Forces of the USSR. He was actively involved in sports, for many years he was a member of the national team of the region and the Ukrainian army athletic club in athletics; candidate for master of sports in middle distance running with hurdles.

In 1963 he entered the Dnipropetrovsk Medical Institute, where he studied at the Faculty of Medicine with a degree in General Medicine. After his graduation in 1970, he was elected by competition to the position of assistant to the department of physical education, physiotherapy exercises and medical supervision; from 1981 to 1982 worked as an assistant professor in the same department. In 1982-1987 He headed the Department of Physical Education and Health DMI.

In 1987-1992 He worked as an assistant professor at the Department of Internal Medicine No. 4, in 1992-1996. - Professor of the Department of Outpatient Therapy with a course of traditional medicine. In 1973 he defended his thesis “Features of cardiohemodynamics in athletes and athletes,” and in 1992, his doctoral dissertation, “The Functioning of the Endocrine and Cardio-Respiratory Systems of Puberty Athletes”. Since 1981 - associate professor, since 1993 - professor, since 1998 - Academician of the Academy of Sciences of Higher School of Ukraine.

In 1993, he organized a branch of the Kiev Medical Institute of Traditional Medicine in Dnepropetrovsk, since 1995, he has become an independent non-governmental university "Dnepropetrovsk Medical Institute of Traditional and Alternative Medicine" and is still functioning.

From 1996 to 2012 He headed the joint department of sports medicine, physiotherapy, physical education and valeology of the Dagestan State Medical Academy, and for many years it has been a supporting Ministry of Health of Ukraine among specialized departments of medical universities. From 1996 to 2005, while holding the post of vice-rector for educational and pedagogical work and international relations, he contributed to the creation of a faculty of foreign students at the DSEA and the establishment of business relations with foreign scientists and international organizations in more than 30 countries of the world.

The main directions of scientific research:

- issues of child health;

- medical problems of physical education and sports;

- non-traditional methods of diagnosis, treatment and preservation of health.

The author of more than 280 scientific works, including 8 monographs, a national textbook, 10 textbooks for students, 4 inventions, 7 guidelines for practitioners. Under his scientific supervision, two doctoral and 9 master's theses were defended.

From 2000 to 2013 - Deputy Chairman, and now - a member of the dissertation council D 08.601.01 for the defense of doctoral and master's theses in the specialty 01/14/24 - Physiotherapy and sports medicine, operating in the State Medical Academy. For many years he was a member of the PC of the Ministry of Health and Medical Sciences of Ukraine “Sanology and Valeology”, was a member of the editorial board of the scientific and practical journals “Physical education in prevention, treatment and rehabilitation” (RF), “Medical Prospects”, and “Dermatovenereology. Cosmetology. Sexopathology ”(Ukraine),“ Sports Bulletin of the Dnieper ”(Ukraine), etc.

Awarded the badge "Excellence in Education of Ukraine." Repeatedly received diplomas from the Ministry of Health, Education and Science, Labor and Social Policy of Ukraine, as well as thanks from the National Olympic Committee of Ukraine and the Association of Specialists in Sports Medicine and Physiotherapy of Ukraine.

Major works:

A method of constructing a training process during the formation of menstrual function in female athletes. Proposal No. 2/92 01/31/92. Dnepropetrovsk, 1992; Acupressure in the practice of a family and sports doctor. Dnepropetrovsk: Paracelsus, 1998.100 p. (Coaut.); Nutrition in the training system for athletes of martial arts. Dnepropetrovsk: "Art Press", 2001. 132 p. (Coaut.); The risk of sudden death in sports in individuals with signs of connective tissue dysplasia (literature review). Medical perspectives. 2013. T. ХVIIII, № 1. P. 4 - 8 (co-author.) Physical rehabilitation, sports medicine: Textbook. Ed. V.V. Abramova and A.L. Smirnova. Dnepropetrovsk: Zhurfond, 2014. 456 с.