Associate professor, Candidate of Medical Sciences
Andrei Karman was born in 1970.
1987- 1993: S.M. Kirov Military Medical Academy, Leningrad (Saint-Petersburg);
1993-1994: internship in surgery at Vitebsk City Emergency Hospital;
1995-1999: physician at the Unit of Functional and Ultrasound Diagnostics of Vitebsk Regional Diagnostics Center;
1999-2002: ultrasound doctor at Diagnostic and Treatment Unit of Vitebsk Regional Diagnostics Center;
2002-2004: ultrasound doctor at Diagnostic Radiology Unit of the 1st outpatient clinic;
2004-2011: ultrasound doctor at Diagnostic Radiology Unit of N. N. Alexandrov National Cancer Centre;
Since 2011 until the present: senior research scientist of the group of diagnostic radiology at N. N. Alexandrov National Cancer Centre;
Since 2013 until the present: associate professor of the Department of Ultrasound Diagnostics of Belarusian Medical Academy of Postgraduate Education;
In 2009, he defended his Candidate’s thesis entitled «Multifocal biopsy under transrectal ultrasound control in the diagnostics of prostate cancer»;
In 2008, he did retraining courses on the specialty Radiodiagnostics.
Andrei Karman is deeply involved into scientific and research work. His scientific researches are mainly devoted to the development of complex methods of radio- and ultrasound diagnostics of cancer.
He is an author and coauthor of 124 printed works, including 115 scientific ones and 9 educational ones. Andrei Karman is an author of 1 patent. For the last 3 years, he has published 100 works, including 17 scientific articles in journals, 77 materials and theses from scientific and practical conferences, 6 educational works. He is an author of the section on ultrasound diagnostics in the chapter «modern methods of investigation and diagnostics of tumors» of the national guidance on oncology.
He actively develops international cooperation with Russian Federation, Germany and etc.
Foreign languages: German.
In 2015, he got the academic title of an associate professor on the specialty «Clinical Medicine».