Kadyrzhanuly K. graduated Karaganda State Medical Academy in 2000 with major in Biophysics and Electrophysiology.
Thereafter from 2000 to 2006 he worked as a doctor of diagnostic medicine (ultrasound and X-ray imaging and electrophysiological diagnostic technologists) in various clinics in Kazakhstan
In 2006 Kadyrzhanuly K was accepted at Emory University, Rollins School of Public Health ( (Fellow of US Department of State Edmund S. Muskie Graduate Fellowship Program), in 2008 he graduated Emory University with Master of Public Health degree.
In 2009 he joined “Black&Veatch Special Projects Corporation” to participate as an analyst/software trainer in the international public health and IT project (Implementation of EIDSS – E-Health program for strengthening disease surveillance in Kazakhstan) with distributed multicultural and cross – disciplinary team of professionals providing medical and information technology solutions.
Kadyrzhanuly K. joined Nazarbayev University School of Medicine as an instructor in 2017.
Kadyrzhanuly K current areas of research interests are:
1)Epidemiologic techniques to study the etiology and preventability of common medical problems
2)Development and application of new methods in epidemiologic research
3)Cancer epidemiology and cancer prevention