Editor-in-chief of the Russian Pediatric Ophthalmology journal

Editor-in-chief of the Russian Pediatric Ophthalmology journal

(Rossiiskaya Pediatricheskaya Oftal'mologiya)

Lyudmila Katargina

- DSc, Professor,

- Honored Doctor of the Russian Federation,

- Head Specialist - children ophthalmologist of Ministry of Health of Russia,

- Member of the Interregional public organization "Association of Ophthalmologists"

- The highest category doctor, ophthalmologist-surgeon

Position:

Deputy Director for Research and Head of Eye disease in children department at the Helmholtz Institute

Contacts:

+7 (495) 608-41-62

e-mail: katargina@igb.ru

Scientific biography

Education:

Pirogov Moscow Medical Institute, specialty - pediatrics

Subject of doctoral dissertation - "Endogenous uveitis in young children, Clinical, functional and immunological characteristics, prevention and treatment of complications"

Research interests:

The study of the etiology, pathogenesis, diagnosis and treatment of the entire spectrum of congenital and acquired diseases of the eye in children (retinopathy of prematurity, uveitis, cataracts, glaucoma, the consequences of eye injuries), Organization of eye care for children

The main scientific results:

Development of modern high-tech methods of diagnosis and treatment of eye diseases in children

Professor Katargina is an author and co-author of over 250 scientific papers, including 7 monographs, 13 patents for inventions. In 2001 she was appointed as a Chief pediatric ophthalmologist of the Ministry of Health of Russia. Professor Katargina is a member of a number of specialized committees on children's eye care:

- Member of the Interregional public organization "Association of Medical Doctors - Ophthalmologists"

- Member of the Dissertation Council D 208.042.01 at Helmholtz Institute

- Member of the Russian Target Program on the Elimination of avoidable childhood blindness, operating under the Liquidation of avoidable blindness: WHO Global Initiative. The elimination of childhood blindness