Ievgen Chebotarov, MD PhD

Associate Professor of Neurological Sciences and Clinical Medicine


Alisa Chebotarova, MD PhD

Previous Positions

  • Associate Professor, Department of Psychiatry, Addiction Medicine and Behavioral Sciences
  • Attending Psychiatrist, Lugansk State Regional Psychoneurological Hospital

Contact Information

Office: 1(246)6222454 | email: ichebotarov@@auis.edu

  • Biography

    A scholar of Behavioral Science, Dr. Chebotarov has studied medicine internationally. Receiving an MD in 2006 from Lugansk State Medical University, Lugansk, Ukraine, he went on to receive his Ph.D. from the same in 2013.

    In 2014, Dr. Chebotarov served as the Attending Physician part time Psychiatrist at the Lugansk State Regional Psychoneurological Hospital. His most significant published works include the “Analysis of cellular immunity in patients with somatization disorders.” Found in the Kursk State Medical University Journal, 1, 2015, and the “Social and gender-related repercussions of adolescent somatization disorders.” Found in the Arch of Psych; 2014. 21 (2). P. 111-115. As approved by the Ukrainian Medical Council, Dr. Chebotarov holds a patterned method of treatment for somatization disorders in adult patients. Published on 12.10.2009, No.19.

  • Research Interests

    Immunology of Brain Disorders

    Affective disorders

    Degenerative Brain Disorders

  • Presentations

    2009 - Modern approach to diagnostics of somatization disorders. Lugansk Regional Community of Psychiatry and Addiction Medicine, 2009

    2010 - Drug-induced depression in public health. International Conference “Opioid Abuse”, Kiev, 2010

  • Publications

    Chebotarov I. Agomelatine and Polyoxydonium influence on humoral immunity of patients with depressive disorders. Problems of med. genetics and clinical immunology; 2007; 3-4(78-79); P. 118-25. 2007

    Chebotarov I. Agomelatine and Polyoxydonium influence on interferon system in patients with depressive disorders. Problems of med. genetics and clinical immunology; 2008; 5-6(80-81); P. 237-44. 2008

    Chebotarov I. Cellular immunity in adults suffering from somatization disorders. Ukr Med Almanaque; 2009; 12(2); P. 188-90. 2009

    Chebotarov I. Clinical features of somatization disorders at present. Ukr Med Alm; 2009; 12(4); P. 215-7. 2009

    Chebotarov I. The activity of serum lactate dehydrogenase (Coenzyme 1.1.1.27) and its isozyme spectrum in patients with somatization disorders. Ukr Med Alm; 2010; 13(3); P. 215-8. 2010

    Chebotarov I. Cytokine serum profile of patients with depressive disorders. Ukr Med Alm; 2010; 13(1); P. 173-7. 2010

    Chebotarov I. Clinical features of depressive disorders with co-morbid somatization disorders. Ukr Med Alm; 2011; 14(3); P. 184-9. 2011

    Rachkauskas G, Chebotarov I, Vysochyn I. Neurocognitive disorders in paranoid schizophrenia (premorbid stage). Arch of Psych; 2013. 19 (4). P. 126-9. 2013

    Rachkauskas G, Vysochyn I, Chebotarov I. Personality treats in adolescents with depressive disorders. Arch of Psych; 2014. 20 (1). P. 29-31 2014

    Rachkauskas G, Vysochyn I, Chebotarov I. Social and gender-related repercussions of adolescent somatization disorders. Arch of Psych; 2014. 21 (2). P. 111-115 2015

    Chebotarov I. Analysis of cellular immunity in patients with somatization disorders. Kursk State Medical University Journal, 1, 2015

  • Activities

    UTILITY PATENTS (Approved By Ukrainian Medical Council)

    Chebotarov I, Rachkauskas G, Frolov V, Androsov I. Method of treatment of somatization disorders in adult patients. Published on 12.10.2009, No.19 2009 No.u200904721

    Chebotarov I, Rachkauskas G, Frolov V, Lukyanchuk V, Androsov I. Method of medical rehabilitation of adult patients with depressive disorders. Published on 12.04.2010, No.7 2010 No.u200912149

    MEDICAL LICENSURE 2008 – now Ministry of Public Health of Ukraine No. 3/9 856-k I Category

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Education & Training

  • PhD Lugansk State Medical University 2013
  • General Psychiatry Residency 2006
  • Regional Psychoneurological Hospital
  • MD Lugansk State Medical University 2006

Departments & Committees

  • Behavioral Science
  • Neuroscience
  • Epidemiology and Biostatistics
  • Introduction to Clinical Medicine
  • Student Academic Review (SARC) Committee
  • Admission Committee Examination and Testing Committee