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Ivan Domuschiev

Ivan Domuschiev
  Ivan Domuschiev
Associate Professor
Medical University in Plovdiv


Dr. Ivan Domuschiev is born 1961 in the town Panagiuriste. He graduated the German Language School “Bertold Brecht” in Pazardjik City with fully excellent marks and a medal. He graduated in 1986 the Medical Univercity in Plovdiv city with fully excellent marks as promotor of the course (speciality“medicine“). He defended a dissertation with a conference on the scientific degree” Philosophy Doctor in Medicine“(Ph.D.) in the field of the endocrinology (diabetology). He was long time Assistant-Professor in internal diseases and endocrinology as well as he leaded clinical exercises in postgraduated teaching. He worked as Assistant-Professor at the Clinic of Endocrinology – Medical University in Plovdiv, Clinic of Endocrinology- Medical Institute- Central Clinical Base in Sofia, National Sport Academy in Sofia. He has 82 scientific publications, whereof 8 scientific monographies, 1 practical handbook for diabetics, as well as great number of participations at scientific symposiums and congresses in Bulgaria and foreign countries. His scientific publications are in the field of endocrinology, diabetology, cardiology and other areas of the internal medicine, neurovegetology, phytotherapy and anti-aging medicine. He has own scientific investigations in the field of the heart rate variability (HRV) in patients with various diseases.

Research Interest

Diabetology; Endocrinology; Clinical Nutrition; Metabolic Diseases; Heart Rate variability in diabetics; Metabolic Syndrome



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