Marina v. Pesotskaya

Deputy Director for Clinical Activities


  • 1979 1985, Minsk State Medical Institute, Department of General Medicine, sub internship in surgery, group of narrowly focused specialists, diploma with honours;
  • 1985 1986, internship in Otolaryngology at the 4th Minsk City Clinical Hospital
  • Experience in the field: 30 years, higher qualification category
  • 1985 1998, resident physician of the Department for Children of the Republican Clinical Hospital of Hearing, Voice and Speech Pathology (Minsk, ul. Sukhaya, 8);
  • 1998 1999, education assistant of Belarusian Medical Academy of Post Graduate Education
  • 1999 – till now, Chief of the Department of Otolaryngology for Children of the Republican Center for Research and Practice in Otolaryngology;
  • 2008‑ till now chief non staff child otolaryngologist of the Ministry of Health of the Republic of Belarus
  • International trainings:
  • February 1996, seminar on ear microsurgery and otoneurosurgery (Kiev, Ukraine);
  • January March 1997, training at Charite University Hospital (Berlin, Germany);
  • September 1998, training at Essen University Hospital (Essen, Germany);
  • October 1 10, 1998, training in Jena University Hospital (Jena, Germany);
  • September, 2001, training at Benjamin Franklin University Hospital (Berlin, Germany);
  • 2007, 1 week seminar on ear microsurgery at Wurzburg University Hospital (Wurzburg, Germany);
  • 2007, 1 week seminar on ear microsurgery at Frankfurt University Hospital (Frankfurt am Main, Germany);
  • 2009, 2 week training in Stuttgart Children’s Hospital (Stuttgart, Germany);
  • 2009, seminar on hearing implants (Warsaw, Poland);
  • October, 2009, seminar on ear microsurgery (Kiev, Ukraine);
  • 2011, 1 week at ENT Hospitals in Wurzburg (Germany), Munich (Germany) and Innsbruck (Austria);
  • May 2014, seminar on Cochlear implants (Lisbon, Portugal)

Scientific publications: 42

Reports: 51

Core Activities: hearing improvement and reconstructive middle and inner ear surgery, hearing implants (VIBRANT SOUNDBRIDGE implant system, Cochlear implants)