Doctors
   
Dainys Balys, Prof. Habil. Dr., MD
Specialization: Urology
Medical Diagnostic and Treatment Centre

Education:

1965 - graduated from the Vilnius University, Faculty of Medicine1970 - PhD of Medical Sciences at Vilnius University

1982 - degree of Doctor of Medicine (Habil. Dr.) at the Second Moscow Medical Institute

1987 - Professor’s degree at the Vilnius University 

Professional activity:

Since 1996 urologist at the Medical Diagnostic and Treatment Centre

1990-2004 Head of Nephro-Uurology Clinic of the Vilnius University’s Faculty of Medicine

2004-2006 Director of Nephrology (Nephrology, Dialysis and Transplantation) and Urology Centre at the Vilnius University Hospital Santariskiu Clinics
Since 2006 Consulting Professor at the Urology and Nephrology Centre of the Vilnius University Hospital Santariskiu Clinics


1965-1968
Assistant at the General Surgery Department of the Vilnius University’s Faculty of Medicine

1968-1970 – Postgraduate at the General Surgery Department of the Vilnius University’s Faculty of Medicine

1970-1979 – Senior Research Associate of the Cardiovascular Surgery Laboratory of the Vilnius University’s Faculty of Medicine

1974-1979 Assistant at the General Surgery Department of the Vilnius University’s Faculty of Medicine
1979-1986 – Assistant Professor of the General Surgery Department of the Vilnius University’s Faculty of Medicine

1986-1990 Professor of Surgery Department of the Vilnius University’s Faculty of Continuous Medical Education


Scientific activity:

Studies in the field of organ transplantation, vascular surgery, nephrology, and urology

1968-1974 - carried out thorough experiments in the field of kidneys and liver transplantation, and examined their results

1970 - along with other surgeons participated in the first kidney transplantation in Lithuania’s history
1983 - offered an original method of preparation for the kidney transplantation
2000 - performed the first liver transplantation in Lithuania

The author of one invention

The author of numerous science articles, publications and lectures
 
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