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Barannik Michael, MD

Barannik

Mikhail Barannik, MD, PhD Surgery

Plastic

Surgery

Oncologist

1990 - Graduated from Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia (diploma with honors).

1990-1992 - Residency in maxillofacial surgery, oncology and plastic surgery at the Department of Head and Neck Tumors, Moscow City Hospital ?33

1992-1995 - Full time Ph.D. fellowship program, Department of Maxillofacial Surgery, Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia, Moscow

2000 – Defended his thesis 2002 – Received Certificate of the highest qualification in Surgery

2001-2006 - Associate Professor at the Department of Surgery, Postgraduate Medical Institute of the National Pirogov Medical Surgical Centre

2008- present time - Associate Professor at the Department of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Postgraduate Training Department, Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia, Moscow

2015 – defended Doctoral thesis and was given a title of Doctor of Medical Sciences

Worked as Head of the Department of Laser Surgery at the Center of Treatment and Rehabilitation, and Head of Moscow Regional Cancer Clinic Highly experienced in diagnostic methods of skin and breast cancer, involutional changes of the skin, congenital and acquired defects in the skin, soft tissues of the face and the body. Uses laser, radiofrequent and endoscopic techniques. Skilled in surgical treatment techniques of skin, soft tissues and breast cancer. All kinds of esthetic surgery (except rhinoplasty) Co-author of 3 guidelines , author of over 50 publications

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