Kondratyev Eugene Valerevich
Leading CT Specialist, MRI
- Work experience:
- Academic degree:
- PhD, leading research fellow
- Reception at:
- ул. Лобачевского, дом 42, стр.4; 1-й Колобовский пер. дом 4
- In 2008, he graduated with honors from the faculty of training scientific and pedagogical personnel of the Moscow Medical Academy. THEM. Sechenov, and was enrolled in clinical residency in the specialty of X-ray at the Institute of Surgery named after A.V. Vishnevsky "Ministry of Health of Russia.
- In 2010, he successfully completed his residency and was hired by the department of radiation diagnostic and treatment methods.
Continuing education courses
- In 2012, he underwent advanced training in Cardiovascular Surgery and Diagnostics
- In 2014, an internship in the Department of Radiation Diagnostics at the University Hospital Graz, Austria.
- 2009 ESOR ASKLEPIOS Course
- 2010 ESOR ASKLEPIOS Course
- 2011 ESOR ASKLEPIOS Course
- 2012 ESOR ASKLEPIOS Course
- 2014 ESOR ASKLEPIOS Course
- 2016 ESOR Galen Advanced Cource
CT, MRI diagnostics of diseases of the abdominal organs (liver, pancreas, adrenal glands, kidneys).
Expert description of CT coronary angiography, MR mammography.
Professional Development and Achievements
Member of the Russian Society of Radiologists and Radiologists
Member of the European Society of Radiologists
Member of the Council of Young Scientists of the Russian Society of Radiologists and Radiologists
Member of the Council of Young Scientists at the A.V. Vishnevsky Institute of Surgery.
The author of more than 30 scientific publications in domestic and foreign literature, made speeches at leading Russian scientific congresses of radiation diagnostics, including the European Congress of Radiologists and the Congress of the North American Society of Radiologists.
Hirsch Index -4
During the internship at the A.V. Vishnevsky Institute of Surgery, he mastered all the currently available methods of radiation diagnostics, but did not stop there. Constantly trying to improve their knowledge and experience, mastering new methods and approaches in each of the areas, applying them and their combination in practice to accelerate and improve diagnostic accuracy.
He actively participated in the development and advocated the implementation of low-dose scanning techniques in computed tomography, which can not only reduce the likely negative effects of radiation exposure during computed tomography, but, as subsequent studies have shown, improve the visualization of a number of pathological formations of the abdominal organs, as well as pathology blood vessels and heart. Currently, he is working in the field of optimization and application of methods for quantitative and qualitative assessment of blood flow and tissue perfusion in various pathologies of the cardiovascular system and parenchymal organs.