Effective cooperation between Kursk State Medical University, Tashkent Pediatric Medical Institute and Samarkand State Medical Institute continues to develop. Once again it was confirmed by the International online seminar “Physiology and Clinical Medicine Integration. Pharmacotherapy. Ductless Glands”, which was held on December 4, 2020 with the participation of Hominal Physiology Department named in honor of A.V. Zavyalov and Pharmacology Department of KSMU, “Pharmacology and Physiology” Departments of TashPMI, members of Samarkand State Medical Institute. On the part of KSMU the report of Dr. habil. med., professor, head of Pharmacology Department of KSMU G.S. Mal “Metabolic Syndrome as an Example of Ductless Gland Physiology Disintegration” and the report of Holder of an Advanced Doctorate in Biological Sciences, professor of Hominal Physiology Department I.L. Privalova “Endocrine Function of Muscles” were presented. Furthermore, the webinar participants discussed topical issues related to hypophysis, thyroid and pancreatic gland physiology and pharmacological correction of hormone deficiency. The reports of our Uzbek colleagues were dedicated to these important topics. Head teacher of “Pharmacology and Physiology” Department K.T. Mirzaakhmedova and teaching assistant of Department of Endocrinology and Pediatric Endocrinology of TashPMI Sh.A. Babakhodzhaeva presented the report on the most relevant issue in the world “Obesity – Prevention of Diabetes Mellitus, Regular Life”. Head teacher of “Pharmacology and Physiology” Department of TashPMI F.A. Babadzhanova prepared the report “Reasoning for Use of Glucocorticoids in Corona Virus Disease”. All the reports were very interesting full of the relevant information and modern.
In conclusion of the online seminar head of Hominal Physiology Department named in honor of A.V. Zavyalov, Dr. habil. med., associate professor P.V. Tkachenko and head of “Pharmacology and Physiology” Department of TashPMI, Dr. habil. med., professor S.D. Aminov expressed the collective opinion concerning the fact that the meeting was very useful and brought the continuation of further cooperation up to date.
I.L. Privalova, professor of Hominal Physiology Department,
G.S. Mal, head of Pharmacology Department