Doctor of Medical Sciences, professor, head of the Department of Endocrinology of BelMAPE
Doctor of Medical Sciences, professor, head of the Department of Endocrinology of BelMAPE.
Larisa Danilova graduated from Minsk State Medical University (diploma with distinction) in 1979. She started her career as a general practitioner at Minsk City Clinical Hospital № 1 after completing internship (1980-1982 - gastroenterology).
1982 - 1885 – PhD course at the Department of Therapy of Belarusian State Institute for Advanced Medical Training;
1985 - 1991 – assistant at the Department of Endocrinology of Belarusian State Institute for Advanced Medical Training. From December, 1991 to 1998, Larisa Danilova had been working as head of the Laboratory of Diagnostics and Correction of Endocrine Disorders in Adults of Scientific and Research Institute for Medical Radiology and Endocrinology;
Since 1998 until the present, she has been working as head of the Department of Endocrinology of Belarusian Medical Academy of Postgraduate Education;
In 1987, Larisa Danilova defended her Candidate’s thesis entitled «Prolactotropic and Renin-angiotensin-aldostenonic Systems at glomerulonephritis», in 1999 – Doctoral thesis entitled «Clinical pathogenic mechanisms leading to autoimmune thyroid diseases in the population of Belarus». Larisa Danilova was awarded the academic title of a professor in 2001. She has the highest qualification category.
Larisa Danilova did training courses on endocrinology and radiation medicine in London School of Tropical Medicine, Cambridge (Great Britain), at Hiroshima and Nagasaki Universities (Japan), International Radiation Effects Research Institute (Hiroshima, Japan), on pediatric endocrinology – at Cornell University and Maimonides Pediatric Clinic (USA), on neuroendocrinology – at Frankfurt Medical University (Germany). Larisa Danilova underwent postgraduate advanced training courses on diabetology at the European Foundation for the Study of Diabetes (1998-2014).
Larisa Danilova is a chair of the Belarusian Association of Endocrinologists, a member of the International Federation of Diabetes and Association of Clinical Endocrinologists, European Association for the Study of Diabetes. She is a member of editorial boards of endocrinology journals (Russia, Ukraine, Azerbaijan).
Larisa Danilova is a chair of the Thesis Examination Board of BelMAPE on endocrinology and clinical laboratory diagnostics (since 2001 until the present), a member of the Thesis Examination Board of Belarusian State Medical Institute on cardiology and internal diseases.
Larisa Danilova carries out medical advisory work, renders emergency endocrinology medical care at the Republican Center for Emergency Medical Care.
She is an author and coauthor of more than 300 publications, including 3 monographs, a guide on clinical endocrinology, 15 workbooks and educational guides on diagnostics and treatment of different endocrine diseases, 15 instructions for new diagnostic and treatment technologies, 6 patents.
Larisa Danilova is a scientific advisor and active participator of different international projects of humanitarian, scientific and international cooperation on poly- and monogenic endocrine diseases. She coordinated international educational and scientific projects with Hiroshima and Nagasaki universities, Utrecht university/the Netherlands); she was an endocrinology expert in multinational Belarusian-American project on thyroid cancer (BelAm Project), national coordinator of international clinical researches on new treatment nanotechnologies in endocrinology, Belarusian-Japanese project on early differentiated thyroid diseases.
Larisa Danilova was awarded a Diploma of Honor from the State Committee on Science and Technologies of the Council of Ministers of the Republic of Belarus, Diploma of Honor of the Highest Attestation Commission of the Council of Ministers of the Republic of Belarus (2011), Diplomas of Honor of the Ministry of Health of the Republic of Belarus (2006, 2013), a reward for excellence in healthcare of the Republic of Belarus (2000), the medal of Francisk Skorina (2014).