Name: Marina Yu Eliseeva
Title: Professor, MD, PhD, The Honored Physician of the Republic Ingushetia, The Russian Federation
Affiliations: An adjunct professor, The Laboratory of Cellular & Molecular Technologies, Moscow institute of Physics and Technology (State University); An obstetrician gynecologist & surgeon-endoscopist, Russian-German center for reproduction and clinical embryology ‘Generation NEXT’; Consultant gynecologist and plastic-surgeon, Institute of cosmetology, plastic surgery and cellular technologies ‘Real clinic’; An associate professor, Department of ObGyn and Reproductive Medicine, Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia
Education: MD with honours degree and Obstetrics and Gynecology Residency, Faculty of Medicine, Stavropol State Medical academy, Stavropol, Russian Federation, PhD, Moscow State University of Medicine and Dentistry. Endoscopy courses at Stuttgart university, Frankfurt university and Bari university.
Past clinical, research and educational affiliations: Department of Obstetrics and gynecology, Stavropol State Medical academy, Stavropol, Russian Federation, Moscow State University of Medicine and Dentistry, Institute of reproductive technologie ‘AltraVita’, Moscow, Russia, Department of gynecology, City municipal hospital, Stavropol, Russian Federation.
Awards and Honours:The Honored Physician of the Republic Ingushetia, The Russian Federation; An adjunct professor, Moscow institute of Physics and Technology (State University); Professor and Honored master of science and education of the Russian academy of natural history (http://rae.ru/en); An invited lecturer at several international congresses; The first price at the All Russian Forum of Obstetricians and gynecologists, 2010, Moscow, Russia; Gratitude Letters from congress presidents and chair persons (ESG, Copenhagen, 2011; NESA, Crete, 2014 and from other events), Member of the NESA, ISFP and other international professional societies.
Selected List of publications:
Pismensky SV, Kalzhanov ZR, Eliseeva MY, Kosmas IP, Mynbaev OA. Severe inflammatory reaction induced by peritoneal trauma is the key driving mechanism of postoperative adhesion formation. BMC Surg. 2011 Nov 14;11:30.