Biology & Medicine Dissertation

THEME OF A DISSERTATION: INNOVATIVE BIO-TECHNOLOGIES

THEME OF A DISSERTATION: “INNOVATIVE BIO-TECHNOLOGIES: APPLICATION OF METHODS OF BIO-TEMPORAL SYSTEMS IN MEDICINE”

Viktor Apollonovich Kaul’

 Theme of a dissertation: “Innovative bio-technologies: application of methods of bio-temporal systems in medicine”

 Specialty code: 32.010

 Dissertation for the degree of: a Doctor of Medical Sciences in Interaction Medicine

 Date of defence: 2009

 Scientific adviser: I.A. Barabash

 Opponents: V. Yuknevichus, Shanthi P. Jayasekara

 Number of pages: 100

 Introduction

Time in biological systems is studied by many sciences – chrono-biology (biorhythms), astronomy (celestial bodies and their interconnectios), physics (quantum physics), reflex-therapy (work of organs during twenty-four hours),  astrology (fate and characters, horoscopes), calendars and clocks (change of day and night, seasons and natural phenomena), psychology (change of rate flow of mental processes and perception of time), psychotherapy (visualization methods), philosophy (mind, space and time), and science fiction writers (a journey in time).

The object of study – integral study of processes of time, occurring in biological systems on the example of scope of modern medicine methods and teachings of ancient civilizations about phenomenon of time and personality archetypes. The study of time processes in bio-systems, depending on psychological, ecological and astrological phenomena.

The study of info-phenomena was conducted during more than 20 years (since 1987), basing on sequential integral analysis and synthesis of knowledge of many disciplines, multi-disciplinary research and practical usage of results in work.

The revealed regularities allow optimizing the diagnostics, treatment assignment and its results, using the methods of typological diagnostics, predicting the further course of pathological process, implementing harmonization and regulation of homeostasis in the organism’s ecosystem and its relation with environment and society.