Assistant of the Department of Clinical Hematology and Transfusiology, Candidate of Medical Sciences
Tatiana Talako graduated from Belarusian State Medical University in 2003. She did a one-year internship in therapy at the 12th City Polyclinic of Minsk in 2003. From 2004 to 2006, she worked as an intern at the 12th City Polyclinic of Minsk, then – as a therapist at the 3rd Therapy Unit. Since 2006, she worked as a junior researcher at the Central Scientific and Research Laboratory of Belarusian State Medical University. In 2012, she started to work as a researcher; since 2015 – as a senior researcher at Belarusian State Medical University.
From 2010 to 2014, she was a PhD student in rheumatology at the 2nd Department of Internal Diseases of Belarusian State Medical University.
In 2017, she started to work as a leading laboratory assistant at the Department of Clinical Hematology and Transfusiology of BelMAPE. In February 2018, she was transferred to the position of a teacher apprentice.
In 2018, she defended Candidate’s thesis in rheumatology.
Since January, 2020, she has been working as an assistant at the department.
Talako carries out medical and advisory work to adults at the Department of Hematology №4 of Minsk Scientific and Practical Center for Surgery, Transplantology and Hematology and other health organizations of the Republic of Belarus. She is a consultant doctor of the Republican Center for Medical Response.
Tatiana Talako actively participates in teaching activities; she gives practical classes to the listeners on various topics, she is creative in teaching.
The main topics of the lectures, which she gives:
Currently, she is the executor of the initiative theme of the research work (R&D) of the department "To develop an algorithm for early diagnosis of Willebrand's disease based on a score scale for assessing the nature and severity of hemorrhagic manifestations."
She participates in the public life of BelMAPE; annually she actively participates in the preparation of the event "World Blood Donor Day".