Anna Kushnir

Senior Research Assistant, Pediatrician

  • She conducts clinical trials, writes scientific publications, participates in the coordination of grant projects, and presents the results of scientific work at conferences.

Education and professional experience

  • 2009-2015 - Graduated from the Pediatric faculty of the Pirogov russian National Research Medical University (moscow, russian federation).
  • 2015-2016 had an internship in Pediatrics at the Department of infectious diseases in children of the Pirogov russian National Research Medical University. During the internship, Anna experienced rotations in clinics, ambulances, and research centers.
  • December 2016 - workshop "Diagnostics in neurorehabilitation" at the Ukrainian Catholic University (Lviv, Ukraine)
  • 22.06.2019-14.06.2019 – postgraduate course in Pediatrics at the Lviv National Medical University (Lviv, Ukraine)
  • 15.07.2019-19.07.2019 – Participation bursary in Summer school “Evidence-based medicine and research in the rehabilitation of childhood disabilities: a course on research in child rehabilitation and good clinical practice in collaboration with the European Academy of Childhood Disability (EACD)” (Pisa, Italy)
  • Since November 2016, she has been working at the Kozyavkin International Rehabilitation Clinic as a research assistant at the Department of Innovative Technologies. Anna takes part in conducting clinical trials, writing manuscripts, and presenting research results at conferences. She was a part of the multidisciplinary team in the grant project GABLE (“Gamification for a Better Life”) aimed at developing computer games for children with cerebral palsy.
  • Since 2020, she has been working at the Elita Rehabilitation Centre.

Member of the European Academy of Pediatric Disability (EACD) and the American Academy of Cerebral Palsy and Developmental Medicine (AACPDM).

Language skills: Ukrainian, Russian, and English.

Research interests: new diagnostic methods in the rehabilitation of childhood diseases, computer games for children with disabilities, and early intervention.