Republic of Belarus 220013, Minsk, Brovki Street, 3, build. 3


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Department of Clinical Laboratory Diagnostics

Department of Clinical Laboratory Diagnostics

The Department of Clinical Laboratory Diagnostics was founded at Belarusian State Institute for Advanced Medical Training on the 20th of April, 1970, when V.G.Kolb, Doctor of Medical Sciences, professor, was chosen as a head of the department and headed it until 1999. In July, 1970, V.S.Kamyshnikov started to work as an assistant at the department and in 1999, he became head of the department.

From 1970 to 1971, the department had its base at biochemical division of the Scientific and Research Institute for Tuberculosis of the Ministry of Health of the Republic of Belarus. On the 20th of April, 1971, the department got a new base at laboratory and diagnostic division of Minsk Railway Hospital. On the 5th of March, 1987, the department was moved to a new building of the Central Scientific and Research Laboratory in Lesnoy village, which had been specially built for completing scientific researches.

Academic activities

The main forms of the training are lectures, seminars, and practical sessions. During their practical sessions, the trainees get acquainted with the technology of clinical and laboratory researches, master unified and special methods of laboratory analysis, get information concerning interpretation of the results received after the researches.

Research activities

  • Fundamental and applied researches aiming at the improvement of the efficiency in determination of men’s disorders, diagnostics of somatic diseases;
  • Development of innovative laboratory and diagnostic research methods, new laboratory and diagnostic test-systems and their implementation into medical practice;
  • Training of scientific staff in the field of clinical laboratory diagnostics.

Physicians from Belarus and abroad are invited to undergo PhD courses (extramural and intramural forms of training), clinical residency courses on laboratory diagnostics.