Research themes (2013-2019)

The contribution of the metabolic syndrome in the development of the coronary arteries atherosclerosis in Yakutia residents
Research objective: to study the pathogenesis (biochemical, immunological and molecular -genetic, mechanisms of metabolic syndrome in different ethnic populations of Yakutia to develop regional and ethnic criteria for the diagnosis of the metabolic syndrome and preventive measures to reduce cardiovascular morbidity and mortality, improve the quality and lifetime of cardiac patients.

The study of the genetic structure and the load of hereditary diseases of Republic Sakha (Yakutia) populations
Research objective: clinical, genetic, genetic-epidemiological and molecular-genetic study of hereditary and multifactorial human diseases and the development of principles of early diagnosis, treatment and prevention in the Republic Sakha (Yakutia) and the study of the genetic structure.

Monitoring the health of the Republic Sakha (Yakutia) children
Research objective: to estimate the role of ethnic and nature-climatic conditions on the formation of a heterogeneous on anatomical and physiological characteristics and profile pathology of Sakha Republic (Yakutia) children’s population and the optimization of medical supervision of children in the North.

Regional characteristics of biochemical and immunological parameters in native and non-native population of Republic Sakha (Yakutia) in health and disease
Aim of the study: the definition of regional characteristics of biochemical and immunological parameters of the native and non-native population of Republic Sakha (Yakutia) in health and disease.

Epidemiological aspects of malignant tumors in the Far North, the development of modern methods of early diagnosis, prevention with the use of highly informative fundamental research methods
Research objective: to study the epidemiology of malignant tumors in the Far North, the development of modern methods of early detection, prevention, using highly informative fundamental research methods.

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