Fedor Nikolayevich Romashov ( December 27, 1929 , Filonovskaya village of the Novoanninsky district of the Lower Volga Region - December 14, 2018 ) - Doctor of Medical Sciences , Professor , USSR State Prize Laureate .
|Fedor Nikolaevich Romashov|
|Date of Birth|
|Scientific field||the medicine|
|Place of work||RUDN|
|Alma mater||2nd Moscow State Medical Institute. comrade I.V. Stalin in 1953|
|Academic degree||Doctor of Medical Sciences|
|Known as||He developed and introduced modern iridodiagnostics into practical public health, the author of the book "Living Without Medicines" (Soviet Russia 1983) and "Fundamentals of Nature Treatment" (RUDN Printing House 1994)|
|Awards and prizes|
Born in 1929 . Honorary Professor of RUDN University , graduated from the 2nd Moscow State Medical Institute. comrade I.V. Stalin in 1953, chairman of the Dissertation Council for Surgery, Cardiovascular Surgery, Traumatology and Transplantology. Under his leadership, 2 doctoral and about 100 master's theses were defended. The author of over 500 scientific publications in domestic and foreign journals. His book co-authored with V.A. Frolov's "Living without drugs" is translated into Japanese, Finnish, Bulgarian.
Professor Fedor Nikolaevich Romashov together with Professor E.S. For the first time in the world, Welhover, at the university’s medical faculty, developed and introduced modern iridodiagnostics into practical healthcare - a diagnostic technique based on the study of changes in the iris of the eye.
In 1991, together with Halperin, Y. G. founded and after that for many years led the "Association of Russian Healers of Healers".