Natalia I. Kurysheva
Head of the Department of Eye Diseases of the Federal Medical and Biological University of Innovations and Continuing Education of the FMBA of Russia; Professor of the Department of Ophthalmology of the APO of the FSBI FNCC of the FMBA of Russia; Head of the Consultative and Diagnostic Department of the Center of Ophthalmology of the FMBA of Russia; a member of the European Glaucoma Society and the American Academy of Ophthalmology; honorary member of the Italian Glaucoma Society; scientific supervisor and coordinator of the Federal Target Group Programs «Glaucoma Opticoneuropathy». Natalia is a representative of Russian Ophthalmology in the European Association of Predictive, Preventive and Personalized Medicine. The research interests: etiology, pathogenesis, laser and surgical treatment of glaucoma, neuroprotection, angle-closure, normotensive and pseudoexfoliative glaucoma, retinal diseases. For the last 10 years, she has been studying new methods of optic nerve and retina visualization in glaucoma, the progression of the disease, and ocular blood flow and the personalized treatment of the primary angle clouser. Author of more than 300 scientific papers, including 50 papers in international peer-reviewed journals, 10 monographs on the diagnosis and treatment of glaucoma and ocular blood flow, as well as 10 patents for inventions. Member of the editorial board of the National Journal of Glaucoma (Russia) and Ophthalmology Journal (Russia), a reviewer of the British Journal of Ophthalmology (BJO), Bulletin of Ophthalmology and other prominent international journals. She was awarded by the Ministry of Education of the Russian Federation for scientific research on topical issues of fundamental and applied science in the field of education, achievements in the training of highly qualified specialists, for the introduction of new forms and methods of teaching in the educational process. The author of two recent monographs: COVID-19 and visual organ damage, 2021, and Dry age-related macular degenerations, 2021, a member of International Optical Circulation Society (IOCS).