The Department of Pathological Anatomy of the Luhansk Medical Institute was founded in August 1957. The first head of the department was Doctor of Medical Sciences, Professor Eugene Ivanovych Palchevsky, who at that time was the director of the Luhansk Medical Institute.
Palchevsky Eugene Ivanovich was born in 1899 in Lubny, Poltava region. He graduated from the Kyiv Medical Institute, Medical Faculty in 1925. From 1929 to 1932 he was an assistant and scientific secretary of the Ukrainian Institute of Pathological Anatomy in Kharkiv. In 1934 he was approved as an associate professor, at this time he headed the Department of Pathological Anatomy of the Medical Institute in Stalino. In 1942-1943 he was in the ranks of the Soviet Army as a pathologist in hospitals. In 1944 he defended his doctoral dissertation. Since 1946 - Professor. From 1957 to 1960 he headed the Department of Pathological Anatomy of LMU. During this period, museums of macro- and micro-drugs were established. In 1958, the regional scientific society of pathologists was established. From 1957 to 1960 two candidate dissertations were defended (Karpova AN, Ignatiev SA). Palchevsky EI - Member of the Board of the All-Union Society of Pathologists. Among the first teachers were EN Karpova, EI Zavadovska, MD Ignatiev, AD Pokotylenko, LP Sergienko.
In 1960-1970 the head of the department was associate professor Nestaiko VV
He was born in 1913 in Kharkiv. He graduated from the Kyrgyz State Medical Institute, Medical Faculty in 1942. From 1942 he worked as a pathologist. In 1950 he defended his dissertation. From 1953 to 1956 he was the chief pathologist of the Kharkiv Regional Department of Health. From 1960 to 1970 - Head of the Department of Pathological Anatomy of the Luhansk Medical Institute, Chief Pathologist of the Luhansk Regional Department of Health, Head of the Pathological and Anatomical Department of the Luhansk Regional Clinical Hospital. At that time, the department employed: Associate Professor AN Karpova, assistants VV Bliznyuk, KI Миронова, Л.М. Моткова, Т.М. Kumanok and NV Yevtushenko.
Since 1970 the department is headed by associate professor Isakova Elena Nikolaevna.
She was born in 1923 in Slovsk, Chernihiv region. In 1947 she graduated from the Leningrad State Pediatric Institute. In 1951 she graduated from the department of the same institute. 1955 - defended her dissertation for the degree of Candidate of Medical Sciences "Features of the structure of appendicitis and its morphological changes in various clinical and anatomical forms of appendicitis in children." From 1958-1962 - Associate Professor of Pathological Anatomy, Ivano-Frankivsk Medical Institute. From 1962 to 1970 - Associate Professor of Pathological Anatomy, Ternopil State Medical Institute. From 1970 to 1975 he was the head of the Department of Pathological Anatomy of the Voroshilovgrad Medical Institute. From 1975 to 1980 - Associate Professor of Pathological Anatomy, Voroshilovgrad Medical Institute. Prepared 3 clinical residents.
From 1975 the department was headed by Professor Lev Alexandrovich Barkov.
He was born in 1926 in Saratov. In 1953 he graduated from the Omsk Medical Institute, Medical Faculty. In 1972 he defended his doctoral dissertation on "Morphological changes in the placenta and internal organs of the fetus and newborn in late toxicosis of pregnant women." Barkov LO is the author of more than 142 scientific papers, including the monograph: "Alcohol: the impact on the system" mother-placenta, fetus, child ", published in 1988. During the years of leadership of the department L.O. The following candidate's dissertations were defended by Barkov's teachers: Reshetnikova OS - "Structural and metabolic mechanisms of placental adaptation in late toxicosis of pregnant women" (1982). Pavlova TV - "Ultrastructural, ultracytochemical and morphometric features of the placenta in normal and late toxicosis of pregnant women" (1987). Aleshchenko IE - "Morphofunctional correlations of the placenta and the immune system in disorders of fetal and neonatal development" (1988). Doctoral dissertation: Reshetnikova OS - "Morphological characteristics of the fetoplacental system in hypoxia" (1993).
Reshetnikova Olga Serhiivna , Doctor of Medical Sciences, Professor - Head of the Department of Pathological Anatomy and Forensic Medicine, Medical Legislation of Luhansk State Medical University since 1993. to 2014.
She graduated from the medical faculty of Luhansk Medical Institute in 1977. From 1977 to 1980 she studied in graduate school at the Department of Pathological Anatomy of LMI. In 1982 she defended her dissertation for the degree of Candidate of Medical Sciences "Structural and metabolic mechanisms of placental adaptation in late toxicosis of pregnant women."
From 1980 to 1990 she worked as an assistant at the Department of Pathological Anatomy of Luhansk Medical Institute.
From 1990 to 1993 she was a doctoral student at the Luhansk Medical Institute, majoring in pathological anatomy. In 1993, OS Reshetnikova defended her dissertation for the degree of Doctor of Medical Sciences - "Morphological characteristics of the fetoplacental system in hypoxia." Since 1993 - Associate Professor of Pathological Anatomy. In 1994 - Dean for Work with International Students.
Since 1996 - Professor. Under the leadership of prof. O.S. Reshetnikova performed a number of dissertation research and research papers for the title of master and candidate of medical sciences in pathological anatomy: Zinchenko OV - Pathomorphological characteristics of the system "placenta - endocrine organs of the fetus in late miscarriages", Teleshova OV - "Morphological characteristics of the placental barrier in pregnancy complicated by preeclampsia, hypochromic anemia, as well as their combination", Ivchenko SN - "Functional characteristics (??? slapshot-thyro) of thematic relationships of the system" mother-placenta-fetus "in nephropathy of pregnant women", Milovidova AE - "Morphological characteristics of cellular cooperations of the human placental barrier under conditions of hypoxia of the mother-placenta-fetus system", Naidenova OV - "Morphological characteristics of the feto-placental system during gestation 20-27 weeks with delayed fetal development", Sysoenko OP - "Morphofunctional characteristics of fetal kidneys with intrauterine growth retardation of 20-27 weeks of gestation."
O.S. Reshetnikov is the author of more than 300 scientific papers, including in the foreign press.
The Department of Forensic Medicine was founded in 1958. The first head from 1960 to 1975 was the candidate of medical sciences, the senior lecturer Kondratov Mikhail Grigorovich. Mikhail Grigoryevich Kondratov in 1939 graduated from the 1st Moscow Medical Institute. A participant in the Great Patriotic War. He was a senior doctor of the regiment and a forensic expert of the army. From 1946 to 1949 he worked as a forensic expert in the Yaroslavl and Kharkiv regions. From 1949 to 1959 he was an assistant at the Department of Forensic Medicine of the Kharkiv Medical Institute. In 1955 he defended his dissertation on the topic: "Coronary arteries of the heart in sudden death in X-ray imaging." From 1960 to 1975 he was the head of the forensic medicine course at the Luhansk Medical Institute. In 1961 he was appointed associate professor. During his work he published 50 scientific papers. Prepared one candidate of sciences. He was awarded 10 government awards, of which 8 - for military service and 2 - for labor achievements.
From 1975 to 1984 the head of the department was the candidate of medical sciences, associate professor Fadeev Anatoly Nikolaevich , he was also the rector of our medical institute.
Fadeev AM expanded the premises of the department. On the basis of the department created an event room, which is used to train students and cadets of law schools and now. From 1984 to 1987. at. The course leader was Anatoly Leonidovich Turevich. From 1987 to 2004 the head of the course was Doctor of Medical Sciences, Professor Volodymyr Ilyich Kostylev. From 2004 to 2014 the department was headed by MD, Professor Reshetnikova Olga Sergeevna. From 1974 to 2004 the issues of medical law were taught by associate professors Popov Ivan Vasyliovych, Kvasovtsev Ilya Tymofiiovych from 1996 to 2004.
Anatoly Nikolaevich Fadeev in 1955 graduated from the Odessa Medical Institute. In 1955 - 1957 he studied at the graduate school at the Department of Forensic Medicine, worked as a researcher in the laboratory of toxicology and medical radiology of the Research Institute of Ophthalmology and Tissue Therapy. Academician VP Filatov, since 1959. - Assistant at the Department of Forensic Medicine, Ternopil Medical Institute. Since 1968 associate professor of this department. In 1963 he defended his dissertation on the topic: "Histomorphological changes of the lens in traumatic, radiation, diabetic and toxic cataracts." In 1968 - 1975 he worked as an associate professor of forensic medicine at the Odessa Medical Institute. From 1969 to 1972 he was the dean of the pediatric faculty, from 1972 to 1973 - the dean for foreign students. From 1975 to 1984 - Rector of Luhansk Medical Institute and Head of the Department of Forensic Medicine. Under his leadership, faculties were opened: foreign students, pediatrics, advanced training of doctors, and one of the educational buildings of the main building was built. Scientific direction: forensic examination of physical evidence and their legal aspects. He has published more than 70 scientific papers.
Anatoliy Leonidovych Turevych graduated with honors from Luhansk Medical Institute in 1980. From 1980 to 1981 he passed an internship on the basis of the regional bureau of forensic examination in the specialty of forensic examination. From 1981 to 1982 - Senior Laboratory Assistant of the Department of Forensic Medicine and Fundamentals of Law. From 1982 to 1984 - assistant of the department. From 1984 to 1987 - Head of the Department of Forensic Medicine of Lugansk Medical Institute. From 1981 he worked part-time as a forensic expert of the corpse examination department of the regional bureau of the SME. From 1990 to 2014 he worked as the head of the corpse examination department of the Luhansk Regional Bureau of SME. Author of 6 scientific papers, 14 innovation proposals, 1 co-authored invention.
Vladimir Ilyich Kostilovin 1968 he graduated with honors from Luhansk Medical Institute. From 1968 to 1997 he worked as a forensic forensic expert, head of the forensic forensic department of the Luhansk Regional Bureau of Forensic Medicine. During this period, VI Kostilov simultaneously worked as an assistant, associate professor and then head of the Department of Forensic Medicine at Luhansk Medical University. In 1978 he defended his dissertation on "Expert assessment of dynamic traces on cartilage and bone tissue in the identification of acute traumatic objects", and in 1989 - a doctoral dissertation on: "Forensic determination of the age of death by immune indicators of the corpse blood ". In 1991 he was approved as a professor. He has published 156 scientific papers, 2 monographs. Has prepared five candidates of medical sciences. Professor VI Kostilov was the chairman of the board of the Ukrainian Scientific Society of Forensic Physicians and Criminologists, a member of the specialized Council at the Kyiv Medical Academy of Postgraduate Education. He was awarded the badge "Excellence in Health Care", the medal "Veteran of Labor". Since 1992, Professor VI Kostylov took an active part in the training of forensic and scientific personnel in forensic medicine in Angola.
The staff of the department in 2013: head. Departments, MD, Professor. Reshetnikova OS, MD, Professor Dunaev OV, MD, Professor Babkina OP, Ph.D., Associate Professor Teleshova OV, Ph.D. M.Sc., Associate Professor Zinchenko OV, Ph.D., Associate Professor Kononenko OV, Ph.D., Associate Professor Sysoenko OP, Ph.D., Associate Professor Goryanikova I .N., Associate professor Loseva OF, associate professor Popov EM, assistants: Burgelo OV, Kurinny AB, Rudyuk LO, Melnikova MV, Melnikov AV, Antonova OE, laboratory assistants: Art. lab. Reschikova LA, Sinyavskaya AI, Bugakova OV, Cherepakhina OP, Savvateeva KM, Ivanova VG
In 2014, the Department of Pathological Morphology, Forensic Medicine with Medical Legislation was headed by Candidate of Medical Sciences, Associate Professor Alexander Pavlovich Sysoenko.
Since 2015 - a department within the Department of Topographic Anatomy and General Surgery under the leadership of MD, Professor Yuri Vovk.
Since 2016 - a unit within the Department of Medical Biology, Histology and Embryology (Head of the Department - Ph.D., Associate Professor Alexander Pavlovich Sysoenko)
In the 2016-2017 academic year was part of the Department of Normal Physiology, Pathological Physiology and Pathological Morphology, forensic medicine with medical legislation. The department was headed by Doctor of Medical Sciences, Associate Professor Eduard Glazkov.
In 2017, through reorganization, the department was separated into an independent unit. V. o. head Department - Yanchevsky Alexander Valerievich.
The staff of the department consists of 2 professors, 2 associate professors, 3 assistants, 1 st. laboratory assistant.