Main areas of research
Subject/research area

Neurosurgery/clinical trials.

Areas of study:

Basic research in the field of neurosurgery:

  • Theoretical and experimental studies aimed at obtaining new knowledge and patterns of functioning and pathology of the central nervous system (genetics of tumors of the central nervous system (CNS);
  • Relationship of molecular-cellular and electrochemical patterns of the function of the central nervous system;
  • Pathoneurophysiology of the CNS;
  • CNS mapping;
  • Pharmacological effects in the pathology of the central nervous system;
  • Digitization of brain activity processes, etc.), which will become the basis for subsequent applied and clinical research.

The purpose of research in the field of neurosurgery research aimed at practical solutions to the challenges faced in modern neurosurgery.

These include:

  • Obtaining in-depth knowledge in the clinical anatomy of the brain (using the methods of endoscopy, microscopy, exoscopy, 3D visualization and 3D modeling, virtual and augmented reality technologies),
  • Developing  novel principles and methods of neurosurgical operations (key hole approaches, endoscopic mono- and multiportal operations, sutureless and minimum-invasiave neurosurgery, intrauterine neurosurgery, exposure to high-energy and scattered lasers, focused ultrasound, etc.);
  •  Development and invention of new high-tech domestic equipment for neurosurgeons (tweezers for microneurosurgery, ultrasonic bone scalpel, electrodes, neurostimulators, robotic complexes, etc.).

Clinical trials in the field of neurosurgery - scientific studies that are conducted to evaluate the effectiveness and safety of the developed new methods of diagnosis and treatment. These include a comparative multifactorial assessment of the immediate and long-term results of operations and other methods of treating CNS pathology, as well as active targeted monitoring of the results of the longest possible results in the mononosological aspect - tracking the results of neurosurgical treatment of a single disease, for example, the results of surgical treatment of epilepsy.