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School of Medicine

Department of Otorhinolaryngology

     

     The Department of Otorhinolaryngology, one of the clinical departments of School of Medicine at the Mongolian National University of Medical Sciences, was founded in 1996. The otorhinolaryngology subject has been belonged to general surgery department and ophthalmology department from1952 to 1996. The first teacher of department was doctor Sh. Tsend. Professor L.Shagdar, the first honored teacher of the Department of Otolaryngology of the Mongolian National University of Medical Sciences, the first head of the Mongolian Otolaryngologists Association, Doctor of Science, has been a teacher, doctor and head of the department for 35 years since 1967. Otolaryngologist, MD Sh. Bat-Erdene worked as a teacher, senior lecturer and head of the Department of Otolaryngology from 1992 to 2009.Otolaryngologist, Consultant, Master of Medicine G. Tsogtjargal worked as a lecturer and senior lecturer at the MNUMS from 1991 to 2009. Professor B.Erdenechuluun, Honored Doctor of Mongolia, Doctor of Science, worked as a teacher, senior lecturer and head of the Department of Otolaryngology from 1992 to 2014. The department assistant worker were G. Tsetsegdari (1986-1990), P. Togoo (1996-1998), and Byambaa.

 

Mission

To integrating clinical training to prepare the specialists with comprehensive capabilities about understanding of the ear nose throat, head and neck diseases, diagnosis and prevention and academic research.

 

Staff members

Lecturer, Dr. Munkhbaatar P., MD., MSc.

Head of Department, Professor Ganchimeg D., MD., PhD.

Senior lecturer, Professor Jargalkhuu E., MD., PhD.

Lecturer, Dr. Hang Yong Hung., MD., MSc.

Lecturer, Dr. Bazarmaa Ts., MD., MSc.

 

Training

     The otolaryngology department implements undergraduate , postgraduate and graduate programs prepares doctors for bachelor’s, master’s, doctoral and specialized degrees. Our department ensures the smooth and continuous clinical cooperation with University hospital by professional otolaryngology, head and neck, audiology and facial examination, diagnosis and treatment.

 

Undergraduate school:

Medical school: 5th grade Otolaryngology subject

Dentistry school: 3rd grade Otolaryngology subject

Traditional medicine school: Otolaryngology subject

Otolaryngology elective course

 

Postgraduate school:

Residence program training in otolaryngology

Specialization training in otolaryngologic surgery

Specialization training in pediatric otolaryngology

Specialization training in audiology

Otolaryngology subject in family medicine residence

 

Graduate school:

Master’s training in otolaryngology

Doctorate training in otolaryngology

 

Priority scientific topics:

Otology, middle ear surgery

Rhinology, endoscopic nasal surgery

Laryngology, phoniatry

 

International collaboration:

Yonsei University Hospital (prof. Moon In Seok)

The Asian Medical Center (prof. Jan Young Ju )

Scientific and Clinical Center of Otorhinolaryngology of the Russian Federation (prof. Najmudinov I.I)

Department of Otolaryngology Head and neck surgery US Davis university (prof. Brodie Hilary)