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SANTAROS KLINIKOS

VILNIAUS UNIVERSITETO LIGONINĖ

Specialists of the center

Spausdinti

Head of the Center

Prof. (HP) dr. Algirdas UtkusA geneticist doctor. Since 2012 Head of VUL SK Medical Genetics Center. Since 2012 Dean of the Faculty of Medicine, Vilnius University, Head of the Department of Human and Medical Genetics. 1990 he graduated from the Faculty of Medicine of Vilnius University with a degree in Pediatrics and received his professional qualification as a Doctor Genetics at the Postgraduate Medical Institute (Moscow, Russia). He has been working as a geneticist since 1990. Consults patients with various hereditary and congenital pathologies, is interested in rare, hereditary neuromuscular diseases, teratogenic, chromosomal syndromes. The professional qualification was improved in the USA, France, Russia Science and Health Care Centers. He teaches students of Vilnius University, Faculty of Medicine and Natural Sciences. 2001 Doctor of Biomedical Sciences, 2009 performed the habilitation procedure. Clinical interests: syndromology, genetic counseling, genetic diagnosis of cystic fibrosis; Genetic diagnosis of Huntington's disease; possible effects of teratogens on the fetus. Chairman of the Lithuanian Society of Human Genetics, member of the European Society of Human Genetics.

Coordinators

Dr. Rūta Kaladytė Lokominienė. Neurologist. In year 2000 graduated from Vilnius University, Faculty of Medicine (VU MF), residency in therapy and qualified as a doctor of Internal Medicine. 2002 VU MF graduated in neurology residency and qualified as a neurologist. Since 2002 she is working at the VU Neurology and Neurosurgery Clinic, VUL Santara Clinic Neurology Center, currently in the Parkinson's Disease and Movement Disorders Unit. Has advanced in Austria, in Salzburg-Cornell Medical Seminars, in the European Academy of Neurology, in the Cochrane Database of Evidence-Based Neurology and in the World Association for Mobility Disorders congresses and seminars, and is a regular participant in the World Neurological Federation's continuing education program. 2014 defended PhD dissertation in Biomedical Science, "Early cognitive function in Parkinson's disease based on computer-based tests, their association with biomarkers and clinical non-cognitive symptoms". Neurologic pathology during pregnancy, neuroradiology, rare neurological diseases, Member of European Academy of Neurology (ENA), World Association of Neurologists, International Society of Parkinson's Disease and Movement Disorders, Lithuanian Council of Neurologists, Lithuanian Stroke Association since 2015 Representing Lithuania in the ENA Movement Disorders Committee since 2007. Serving as coordinator of the Huntington's Disease Center since its inception in 2015. Since 2016, has been a member of Center of Excellence for Lisosomal Accumulation Diseases which is department of the National Reference Center for Rare (Genetic) Diseases.

Neringa Tutlienė. In 2001, she acquired the specialty of neurologist. Since 2011 working in the Nervous Diseases Unit at VUL Santara Clinic and in the specialist clinic for Parkinson's Disease and Movement Disorders in the Outpatient Clinic. Improved at congresses of the World and European Neurological Federations, congresses and seminars of the International Association for Parkinson's Disease and Movement Disorders, and attended workshops for movement disorders experts in Valencia, Malta. Member of the International Association for Parkinson's Disease and Movement Disorders. Areas of interest include Huntington's disease, Parkinson's disease and other movement disorders. Performs ultrasound examination of cerebral and cerebral blood vessels.

Jevgenija Guk. In 2015, she graduated as a neurologist. As of 2015 works at the Nervous Diseases Center at VUL Santara Clinics. Areas of interest include Parkinson's disease, other neurodegenerative and movement disorders.

Dr. Aušra Matulevičienė. Doctor geneticist. In 1997, she graduated from Vilnius University, general residency in pediatric diseases and qualified as a pediatrician. 2001 completed her residency in genetics and received her qualification as a Genetics doctor. Since 2001 works as a geneticist at VUL Santara Clinics Medical Genetics Center and has consulted patients with various hereditary and congenital pathologies, is interested in rare diseases, dysmorphology, congenital vascular malformations, hereditary neurodegenerative diseases and movement disorders. The professional qualification was improved by the London St. At the Department of Medical Genetics at George's Hospital, the Neurosurgery Clinic at the Hanover Higher School of Medicine, and the Dysmorphology Conference in Strasbourg. 2013 defended doctoral dissertation in the field of Biomedical Sciences, "The influence of genomic factors on the phenotypic diversity of congenital facial malformations". Clinical interests: genetic diagnosis of facial incontinence, diagnosis of congenital hypothyroidism, dysmorphology, genetic counseling, genetic diagnosis of Huntington's disease and movement disorders. She is a member of the European Society of Human Genetics, Lithuanian Society of Human Genetics, Lithuanian Association of Physicians. represents Lithuania in the Committee for Orphan Medicinal Products (European Medicines Agency, London).

Dr. Aušra Morkūnienė. Medical geneticist. Worked in the MGC Laboratory of Molecular Genetics and Cytogenetics from 2003-2007 and since 2012. September 2007 defended doctoral dissertation in Biomedical Science "Identification of allelic variants of candidate genes related to pathogenesis of non-syndrome lip and / or palate". Member of Lithuanian Society of Human Genetics, European Society of Human Genetics. Lecturer, Department of Human and Medical Genetics, Vilnius University.

Dr. Sigita Lesinskienė. Doctor child and adolescent psychiatrist, psychotherapist. Associate professor at the Faculty of Medicine, Vilnius University, working at the Center of Pediatric Psychiatry and Social Pediatrics at the Psychiatry Clinic. 2000 defended her PhD in Biomedical Sciences on Autism Spectrum Disorders. Graduated in Psychodymamic Psychotherapy, Hypnosis and Psychosomatics, Family Psychotherapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Fine Art Therapy and more training courses. Interested in children's emotions, moods, behaviors, concentration, developmental disorders, epidemiology. She is the author of numerous scientific articles and textbooks. Vice President of the International Association of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and Related Specialties (IACAPAP), Vice President of the Lithuanian Psychiatric Association (LPA), former President of the Lithuanian Society of Child and Adolescent Psychiatrists (LVPPD) for two terms. SAM Specialist Consultant for Child and Adolescent Psychiatry.

Dr. Rūta Praninskienė. Pediatric neurologist. 1995 Graduated from Vilnius University, Faculty of Medicine, with a degree in Pediatrics. 1997 - general residency in pediatric diseases, qualified as a pediatrician. 1997-1998 worked as a resident physician at the Children's Hospital of Zurich University, Switzerland. 1999 graduated in residency in pediatric neurology, qualified as pediatric neurologist. 1999-2003 worked as a pediatric neurologist at the Child Development Center and performed analysis on computer electroencephalography. 1999-2008 worked as a pediatric neurologist at the Department of Neurology and Computer Electroencephalography at Vilnius University Children's Hospital. Since 2008 Head of the Department of Pediatric Neurology, Children's Hospital.

2002 In 2004 received a certificate for computerized electroencephalography examination and evaluation - injections of botulinum toxin. 2004 Internship at the Sleep Disorders and Epilepsy Laboratory, University Hospital Bern (Inselspital, Switzerland). 2012 defended her doctoral dissertation on "Sleep problems in children with epilepsy and features of melatonin secretion and excretion".

Areas of professional interest: epilepsy in children, sleep disorders, movement disorders (dystonia, ataxia, chorea, etc.), neuromuscular diseases, neurodegenerative diseases.

Dr. Edgaras Dlugauskas. Psychiatrist, Head of VUL Santara Clinic Psychiatry Unit. VUL Santara Clinic Psychiatrist Consultant. Assistant, PhD and resident supervisor at Vilnius University Psychiatry Clinic. Advanced training in Austria, Salzburg-Cornell Medical Seminars, European Psychiatric Association (EPA) and European Neuropsychopharmacology (ECNP) congresses. Areas of scientific interest: Pharmacogenetics. Member of Lithuanian Psychiatric Association, Lithuanian Psychoanalytic Society.

Valerija Norkūnienė. Medical Psychologist. 2002 Graduated from Vilnius University with a degree in clinical psychology. Since 2004 advises patients with genetic pathology at the Medical Genetics Center, evaluates their intellectual abilities, provides counseling to pregnant women, families raising children with genetic pathology, persons applying for pre-symptomatic diagnosis and after, as well as relatives of patients suffering from emotional, behavioral psychological difficulties. VU is currently pursuing a qualification as a psychotherapist in the psychodynamic field of children and adolescents.

Sigita Kudakauskienė. Speech therapist at the Rehabilitation, Physical and Sports Medicine Center, Outpatient Rehabilitation Unit. 1988 Graduated from Šiauliai Pedagogical University. Until 1994 Worked as a surdopedagogue at a preschool for deaf children. Since 1994 until 2004 worked as a speech therapist in various educational and educational institutions with children. Since 2004 In 2006 she started to work as a speech therapist at M. Marcinkevičius Hospital, Republican Vilnius University Hospital. 2014 started working at VUL Santara Clinic Rehabilitation, Physical and Sports Medicine Center. She improved her skills in various courses, seminars and shared her work experience.

Prof. (HP) dr. Alvydas Juocevičius. Head of Department of Rehabilitation, Physical and Sports Medicine, Faculty of Medicine, Vilnius University. Head of VUL SK Rehabilitation, Physical and Sports Medicine Center. After completing his medical studies at the University of Tartu, he acquired additional specializations in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation and Sports Medicine 1980-1989. In the Rehabilitation Department of the Research Institute of Experimental and Clinical Medicine he studied post-graduate studies, worked as a research fellow, defended his doctoral dissertation in medicine. Since 1990 Chief Specialist on Rehabilitation at the Ministry of Health, one of the pioneers in developing a modern rehabilitation system in Lithuania. 1991 elected head of Rehabilitation and Physiotherapy Center of Vilnius University, Faculty of Medicine. He is the author of 3 inventions, over 200 printed works, co-author of substatutory legal acts regulating rehabilitation services, study programs and training standards of rehabilitation specialists, medical norms, textbooks. Has been licensed by the EU Physicians' Association as a Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Physician and a Sports Medicine Physician and Teacher in these areas (2009, 2010). Elected member of the Board of the European Society of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine (2009), President of the European Council of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine (2014), Vice President of the Baltic and North Sea Physical and Rehabilitation Medical Society (2015). Having evaluated the achievements in the field of physical and rehabilitation medical education, training of specialists in this field and development of services in Europe and Lithuania, 2011. elected member of the European Academy of Rehabilitation Medicine. Member of the expert commissions of the Ministry of Education and Science, member of editorial boards of several scientific journals. Member of the Scientific Committees of the European Congress on Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine (2012, 2014, 2016, 2018). Department of Rehabilitation, Physical and Sports Medicine, Faculty of Medicine, Vilnius University (2009, 2015) has been re-accredited by the EU Council of Physical and Rehabilitation Medical Experts as a European Division of Science, Training and Practice.

Aušra Budėjienė. Master of Social Work (Vytauto Didžiojo University (Lithuania)), Supervisor - Industrial Relations Consultant (Munster Academy (Germany), VMU). For fourteen years she worked as a coordinator of social programs and projects in the Lithuanian Caritas organization. She has been teaching at Vytauto Didžiojo University Social Work Department for seven years. Since 2012 She works as a social worker at the Vilnius University Hospital Santara Clinics in Rehabilitation, Physical and Sports Medicine Center, I st Inpatient Rehabilitation Department and lectures at the Department of Rehabilitation, Physical and Sports Medicine, Faculty of Medicine, Vilnius University.

Milda Sokolovienė. She finished social work at Utena Medical College in 1999. VUL Santara Clinics at the Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Center since 1998. working as a social worker. 2014 Graduate of M.Romere University.

Ieva Michailovienė. Physical medicine and rehabilitation doctor. Since 2008 works at the II Hospital Rehabilitation Unit, Rehabilitation, Physical and Sports Medicine Center, VUL Santara clinic. Qualification in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Physician at Vilnius University. Passed the Qualification Exam for Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine in the EU Physicians' Association 2007

Gabrielė Mickutė. Physical medicine and rehabilitation doctor. Since 2017 works in the IV Inpatient Rehabilitation Unit of VUL Santara clinic Rehabilitation, Physical and Sports Medicine Center. Qualification in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Physician at Vilnius University. 2016 Acquired the Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Physician License (UEMS PRM) by the Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine Section of the EU Physicians' Association. 2015 Between September and December, she attended the inpatient and outpatient departments of neurological and musculoskeletal disorders at Liège University Hospital, Belgium. Between June and August 2015, she conducted a study in collaboration with neurologists on the influence of Lindihop dance on movement function and quality of life in patients with Parkinson's disease. Areas of interest: cardiological rehabilitation, dance therapy and its application in neurological rehabilitation.

Odeta Rašimaitė. Physical medicine and rehabilitation doctor. 2013 Graduated from the Faculty of Medicine, Lithuanian University of Health Sciences, and received the qualification of a medical doctor. 2012-2013 Interned at Kėdainiai Hospital. 2016 Graduated residency in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at Vilnius University Faculty of Medicine. As of 2016 Children's Hospital employs a physician in physical medicine and rehabilitation. 2015 Acquired the Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Physician License (UEMS PRM) by the Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine Section of the EU Physicians' Association. Qualified in various local and international professional development courses and seminars: 2015, 2016. Euro-mediterranean PRM school in Syracuse, Italy, 2015 OMI AAF at the Weil Cornel Seminar in Vilnius, 2016 At the 20th European Congress of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation in Estoril (Portugal).

Justė Parnarauskienė. Resident Nutritionist, Department of Hepatology and Gastroenterology, Center for Hepatology, Gastroenterology and Dietetics. In 2008, she completed her medical studies at Vilnius University and completed a year's internship studies. As of 2015 Lecturer at Vilnius College, Faculty of Health Care. As of 2015 works as a medical doctor (dietitian) at VUL Santara Clinic Children's Hospital.

Neringa Tutlienė. 2001 acquired the specialty of neurologist. Since 2011 working in the Nervous Diseases Unit at VUL Santara Clinic and in the specialist clinic for Parkinson's Disease and Movement Disorders in the Outpatient Clinic. Improved at congresses of the World and European Neurological Federations, congresses and seminars of the International Association for Parkinson's Disease and Movement Disorders, and attended workshops for movement disorders experts in Valencia, Malta. Member of the International Association for Parkinson's Disease and Movement Disorders. Areas of interest include Huntington's disease, Parkinson's disease and other movement disorders. Ultrasound examination of cerebral and neck blood vessels.
 
Eugene Guk. In 2015, he graduated as a neurologist. As of 2015 works at the Neurology Center at VUL Santara Clinics. Areas of interest include Parkinson's disease, other neurodegenerative and movement disorders.
 
Dr. Aušra Matulevičienė. Physician geneticist. 1997 Graduated from Vilnius University, Faculty of Medicine, general residency in pediatric diseases and qualified as a pediatrician. 2001 VU MF completed her residency in genetics and received her qualification as a Physician Genetics. Since 2001 works as a geneticist at VUL Santara Clinics Medical Genetics Center and has consulted patients with various hereditary and congenital pathologies, is interested in rare diseases, dysmorphology, congenital vascular malformations, hereditary neurodegenerative diseases and movement disorders. The professional qualification was improved by the London St. At the Department of Medical Genetics at George's Hospital, the Neurosurgery Clinic at the Hanover Higher School of Medicine, and the Dysmorphology Conference in Strasbourg. 2013 defended doctoral dissertation in the field of Biomedical Sciences, "The influence of genomic factors on the phenotypic diversity of congenital facial malformations". Clinical interests: genetic diagnosis of facial incontinence, diagnosis of congenital hypothyroidism, dysmorphology, genetic counseling, genetic diagnosis of Huntington's disease and movement disorders. She is a member of the European Society of Human Genetics, Lithuanian Society of Human Genetics, Lithuanian Association of Physicians. represents Lithuania in the Committee for Orphan Medicinal Products (European Medicines Agency, London).
 
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