Dmitriy Viderman

School of Medicine, Department of Biomedical Sciences
Assistant professor

Dmitriy  Viderman, Instructor, NUSOM, Department of biomedical sciences.


MD degree from Semey State Medical University (2009). Internship (anesthesiology and intensive care).  Semey State Medical University (2009-2010). Residency (anesthesiology and intensive care), National Medical Holding (2010-2013). Fellowship (Anesthesiology and acute pain management in transplantology), Asan Medical Center, Seoul, South Korea. Fellowship (Acute interventional pain management in oncology), University of Pittsburgh Medical Center). Multiple training postgraduate courses on European Education in Anesthesiology and Intensive Care (2014-2016). Continuous European Medical Education ( ECMT 2017)

Work experience:

2010-2014 (department of anesthesiology and critical care, Republican Research Center for Emergency Medicine); 2014- present time- (department of anesthesiology and critical care, National Research Neurosurgery Center; 2014- present time (NUSOM, Department of biomedical sciences)

Research experience:

2014-2015- Hemofiltration-induced Neuroprotection in Acute Ischemic Stroke Management; 2014-2016-Ongoing Surveillance of ICU-related Hospital-acquired infections for planning appropriate changes in prophylactic control; 2015-2016- A Phase 3 Randomized Double-blind Study Comparing TR-701 FA and Linizolid in Ventilated Gram-positive Nosocomial Pneumonia;  2014-2017-On going Surveillance of antibiotic resistance in ICU