Dr. Viderman graduated with honors from Semey State Medical University. He successfully completed his internship (2009-2010) and residency(2010-2013) in anesthesiology and intensive care (National Medical Holding/Republican Research Center for Emergency Medicine, Astana, Kazakhstan). During his residency he took rotations in neuroanesthesiology and neurocritical care, cardiac anesthesiology and critical care, transplantation anesthesiology and pain management and others.
He took advanced training programs at Asan Medical Center (anesthesiology and pain management in liver, kidney, pancreas transplantation program and Seoul, South Korea) and UPMC Shadyside (U.S.A.) in the department of Anesthesiology and Interventional Pain Management. He also took multiple training courses conducted by Committee for European Education in Anaesthesiology.
2010-current - National Research Oncology and Transplantology Center (Anesthesiology and Critical Medicine Division, attending physician)
2012-2013-Research Blood Transfusion Center (Lecturer)
2013- current National Research Neurosurgery Center (Neuroanesthesiology and Critical Medicine Division - attending physician)
2014- current - Nazarbayev University School of Medicine, Instructor, Department of Biomedical Sciences
1.Neuroprotection in severe traumatic brain injury and stroke patients
3.Cardiac anesthesiology and intensive care
1.Management of super-refractory status epilepticus with isoflurane and hypothermia. Frontiers in neurology, neurocritical and neurohospitalist. Front. Neurol., 28 January 2015
Agzam Zhumadilov, Charles Gilman, Dmitriy Viderman
2.Can anesthesia care affect postoperative infections?
Bruce Ben-David, Lou Rauso, Dmitriy Viderman. UPMC Shadyside, 2014