Lyudmyla Golub

Dr. Lyudmyla Golub is a Ukrainian citizen. She received her Doctor of Medicine degree in 1983 from Vinnitsa National Medical University, Ukraine. She completed an Internship in Surgery at Vinnitsa Teaching Hospital #3, Ukraine in 1984 and continued her training at the position of a Junior Specialist Surgeon (Resident equivalent) at Nemirov Teaching District Hospital, Ukraine in 1984-1987. In 1993-1995 she completed fellowship training programs in Sport Medicine and Remedial Gymnastics at Vinnitsa National Medical University, Ukraine. Dr. Golub held faculty appointments at Vinnitsa School of Nursing, Ukraine, and University of Seychelles American Institute of Medicine, Seychelles. Before coming to Ross University she was an Assistant Professor of Physical Diagnosis at Saba University School of Medicine, Netherland Antilles. She has particular interest and research experience, in use of microelements and vitamins in prevention of chemical and radiation injuries. She is a member of several international organizations including International Federation of Sport Medicine, International Society of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine, International Association of Medical Science Educators, and International Association for Medical Education (AMEE). Dr. Golub is married with two children and three grandchildren, and is now a resident in Commonwealth of Dominica. Her hobbies include cinematography, digital photography, embroidery, gardening, and designing of evening and wedding gowns.

COURSES AND SUBCOURSES: Neuropsychiatry 2 Module, DCM labs, SGL/IST Program, Enhanced SP Program.