Tatiana Valerievna Ermolenko, PhD in Medical sciences, Deputy Director of the Institute of Early Care and Support of the Federal State Budgetary Institution “Federal Scientific Centre of Rehabilitation of the Disabled n. a. G.A. Albrecht” of the Ministry of Labour and Social Protection of the Russian Federation, Executive Secretary of the scientific and practical journal Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine.
Tatiana Valerievna was born in Yevpatoria, Crimean Region, in the family of a serviceman. In 1987, she graduated from high school with a silver medal and entered the Sanitary and hygienic faculty of the Kharkiv Medical Institute. In 1991, she decided to link her life with military medicine and transferred to the Military medical faculty at the Nizhny Novgorod Medical Institute, from which she graduated in 1993.
The further service of T.V. Ermolenko was inextricably linked with the Navy. Tatiana Valerievna has worked her way up from a radiologist at the radiobiological laboratory of the Radiation Safety Service of the Northern Fleet Flotilla to the head of the department of the Central Research Institute of Shipbuilding of the Navy. It was during her service at the Institute that Tatiana Valerievna Ermolenko fully developed as a researcher and head of a scientific department. In 2009 she successfully defended her dissertation for the degree of PhD in Medical sciences, dedicated to the scientific justification of promising methods for obtaining drinking water for ship crews.
After being discharged from military service in the reserve due to organizational and staff events, Tatiana Valerievna continued her scientific work at a completely different organizational and methodological level, heading the research department of the organization of scientific activities of the All-Russian Center for Emergency and Radiation Medicine named after A.M. Nikiforov of the Ministry of Emergency Situations of Russia, who was engaged in co-ordinating scientific work on the implementation of fundamental and applied scientific research in the field of biomedical consequences of radiation and other accidents, catastrophes on the human body, studying the problems of radiation medicine, radiobiology, occupational pathology, emergency medicine and assistance to victims in emergency situations, improving the medical support system of the Ministry of Emergency Situations of Russia.
Since February 2018, Tatiana Valerievna Ermolenko has been working at the Federal State Budgetary Institution “Federal Scientific Centre of Rehabilitation of the Disabled n. a. G.A. Albrecht” of the Ministry of Labour and Social Protection of the Russian Federation, where she has passed a creative and scientific path from a leading researcher to Deputy Director of the Institute of Early Care and Support. Her research is devoted to the organization of accreditation and licensing of organizations engaged in rehabilitation and habilitation of disabled people, as well as accompanying disabled people when they receive services.
Tatiana Valerievna Ermolenko is the author (co-author) of more than 100 published scientific, educational and methodological works, including the books Rehabilitation of Disabled People: National Guidelines (2018), Rehabilitation of Disabled People: National Guidelines. Short Edition (2020), Sanatorium Treatment: National Guidelines (2021), Therapeutic Nutrition for the Disabled (2018), Social Nutrition (2019), Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine: Regulatory Legal Regulation (2018).
Thanks to the active participation of Tatiana Valerievna, a set of measures was carried out to further improve the activities of the interregional public organization Scientific Society of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine.
Tatiana Valerievna Ermolenko is a member of the Academic Council of the Federal State Budgetary Institution “Federal Scientific Centre of Rehabilitation of the Disabled n. a. G.A. Albrecht” of the Ministry of Labour and Social Protection of the Russian Federation. For many years of fruitful work, Tatiana Valerievna was awarded many departmental awards.