Infectious tropical diseases and medical parasitology

 
 

Research

Research directions:

  • Clinical evolution, diagnosis and treatment of acute and chronic viral hepatitis B, C, D as monoinfections, mixed forms and in combination with HIV / AIDS, toxoplasmosis, toxocariasis etc.;

  • HIV / AIDS: clinical evolution, diagnosis and treatment;
  • Actual parasites in Republic of Moldova (toxoplasmosis, toxocariasis, malaria etc.)
  • Actual infections in Republic of Moldova ( intestinal infections, erysipelas, mumps, yersiniosis, borreliosis, flu etc.).

Topics of Ph.D. theses:

  1.  HOLBAN, T.: Viral hepatitis B, C, acute, chronic and mixed (clinical, evolutional, immunological and treatment particularity). PhD habilitation thesis, 2009, 212.

Collaborative form of subdivision involvement

Organization / Subdivisions Form of collaboration
SUMPh „N.Testemiţanu” National Centre of Public Health Thesis of PhD
Chief / Consultant of PhD thesis Title of thesis Applicant
Chief:  Holban Tiberiu, PhD Habilitated Doctor, Associate Professor, SUMPh „N.Testemiţanu”

Consultant: Spînu Constantin, PhD, Habilitated Doctor, Professor, the National Centre of Public Health

The evolution of the clinical and laboratory indices in patients with HIV/AIDS who are on the antiretroviral therapy. Bîstriţchi Ina
Chief:  Spînu Constantin, PhD, Habilitated Doctor, Professor, the National Centre of Public Health

Consultant: Holban Tiberiu, PhD, Habilitated Doctor, Associate Professor   SUMPh „N.Testemiţanu”

Epidemiological peculiarities of viral hepatitis C in groups at high risk of infection, surveillance measures Sajin Octavioan
Chief:  Spînu Constantin, PhD Habilitated Doctor, Professor, the National Centre of Public Health

Consultant: Holban Tiberiu, PhD, Habilitated Doctor, Associate Professor,   SUMPh „N.Testemiţanu”

Epidemiological peculiarities of  HIV/TB co-infection,  optimization of control measures. Osoianu Iurie