Auyezova Ardak Muhanbetzhanovna
Rector of the Kazakhstan Medical University “Higher School of Public Health”
Auyezova Ardak Muhanbetzhanovna graduated from Kazakh National Medical University named after S.D. Asfendiyarov (KazNMU) with the qualification of surgeon, majoring in “General Medicine”. She began her career as an ophthalmologist of the department of vascular pathology, then as a researcher at the Kazakh Research Institute of Eye Diseases. In 2014, she graduated from KazNMU named after S. D. Asfendiyarov as a PhD degree holder, with a successful defense of a dissertation on the topic “Scientific justification for improving the mechanism of protecting the constitutional rights of medical workers in the Republic of Kazakhstan”. Received knowledge ensured the development of the management skills in the positions of a researcher in the Department of Management of Scientific and Innovative Activities of the Research Institute of Eye Diseases, Deputy Director for Organization of Medical Activities, Director of “KERUEN-Medicus” LLP, as well as the Advisor to the Rector of the Kazakhstan Medical University “Higher School of Public Health”.
Auyezova Ardak Muhanbetzhanovna published over 11 Research Articles in international and Kazakhstani publications. She is fluent in Kazakh, Russian and English languages.
2013 yr. – Almaty Institute for Advanced Medical Education
2013 yr. –Research Institute of Eye Diseases on current issues of management, management and the economics of health care, the latest technologies for the treatment of ophthalmopathology, and proper clinical practice.
2014 yr. – Internship at Singapore Parkway College
2015 yr. – training at seminars of the American Association for the provision of Primary Care (BLS, ACLS) Spain.
Auyezova Ardak Muhanbetzhanovna is a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), majoring in 6D110200-Public Health, surgeon specializing in ophthalmology. Has been a member of the NUR-OTAN party since 2016. In 2019, she was appointed as the Rector of the Kazakhstan Medical University “Higher School of Public Health”.