Business programme

15 June 10:00–11:30
 Pavilion F, Healthy Life Area
Broadcast
Healthcare Entrepreneurship in the Changing Times
Panel session ‘Healthy Life’ Programme The global biotech and medical market reached an all-time high in 2021 (with over USD 79 billion in venture capital investment, according to Silicon Valley Bank), a record number of unicorns startups were founded, and investment in digital medicine more than doubled. The global venture capital market has already seen a major decrease in funding of 19% as of the second quarter of 2022 (according to CBInsights). Entrepreneurs and industries are currently facing a number of challenges: the disruption of technological chains, difficulties in production, changes in commercialization strategies, new models of cooperation and financing, and difficulties in entering the international arena. During the session, experts will discuss how venture capital has been transformed and where it’s going, what technologies are currently in demand among investors and the industry, how to support talented developers of medical technologies, what the target markets for international commercialization are, and whether domestic entrepreneurs can replace technologies that have left the country.
Moderator:
Kirill Kaem — Senior Vice-President for Innovations, Skolkovo Foundation
Kirill Kaem, whose family have been doctors for no fewer than seven generations, graduated from the Kirov State Medical Academy in Nizhny Novgorod in 1992. Five years later he graduated with distinction from the economics department at the Lobachevsky State University, after successfully completing his studies in Russia and the USA on an MBA program run jointly with Taylor University. He has over 20 years' experience in senior management roles, including 15 years as a CEO at the corporation's various international branches. He specializes in launching start-ups in new regions and countries, and new business areas at major firms. From 1992 to 1994 he owned his own business, distributing medical equipment and pharmaceuticals. In 1995 Kirill Kaem set up a network of regional outlets for the Swedish company Oriflame in the Volga Region, which helped it become one of the region's biggest tax-payers. In the year 2000 he began working in Germany, in the central office of the company Varta. After Varta's merger with the American group Spectrum Brands, he spent eight years in overall charge of the company's operations in Russia. In 2008 he relaunched the German and American holding JAFRA International in Russia, improving profit margins by 40%. In 2009 he took control of the Russian holding Hygiene Kinetics, the biggest manufacturer in the market for domestic paper and cellulose products. Within two years the company's sales growth was several times higher than average growth in the sector, thanks to the introduction of new technologies. From 2011 to 2013 he headed up a new area of business at 'Alpha Group' - the biggest federal chain of clinics, 'Alpha Health Centre', where in the space of a year he managed to double revenue, whilst the chain itself saw profits rise by over a third. From 2013 onwards he has been a member of the Board of Directors and a co-founder of the international medical centre 'Medcluster', set up at the initiative of Sberbank in partnership with Strategy Group Partners, with Johns Hopkins Medicine International as a potential partner. From 2013-2017 he was director of the Skolkovo Foundation’s biomed cluster.
Panellists:
Dmitry Peskov — Special Representative of the President of the Russian Federation for Digital and Technological Development
Vikram Singh Punia — President, Pharmasyntez Group of Companies
Born on March 15, 1973 in Jaipur, India. Russian citizen.
Graduated from Birla Public School in Pilani. In 1992 started his higher education in Russia, at Irkutsk State Medical University. Later graduated from the Far Eastern Federal University, majoring in Finance and Credit. Married, with three children.
Founder of Pharmasyntez, member of the Leaders’ Club to Promote Business Initiatives (a non-profit partnership), Co-Chairman of the Business Council for Cooperation with India, participant in several investment forums and business missions.
Pharmasyntez manufactures medicinal drugs for socially significant diseases, such as tuberculosis, HIV/AIDS, cancer, hepatitis and diabetes. The company’s profile includes over 113 various pharmaceutical forms and dosages – caps, pills, granules, IV solutions, sterile dry powders, solutions for injection and lyophilisates. Currently Pharmasyntez has five GMP compliant manufacturing facilities in the following Russian cities: Saint Petersburg, Tyumen, Bratsk, Irkutsk and Ussuriysk. The company employs over 1500 qualified specialists.
Pharmasyntez was number one Russian pharmaceutical manufacturer based on hospital purchases in 2016 (and No. 5 out of all pharmaceutical manufacturers, based on hospital purchases records). In 2016 it also became the fastest growing Russian manufacturing company with the revenue of 12 billion, which has doubled in comparison with 2014.
Currently Pharmasyntez is Russia’s leader in manufacturing medicinal agents for tuberculosis, retrovirus and cancer. Farmasintez does innovative R&D and exports pharmaceutical agents from Russia. The company is Irkutsk’s biggest tax payer.
Oleg Teplov — Chief Executive Officer, VEB Ventures
Oleg Teplov is the Chief Executive Officer of VEB Innovations, a subsidiary of Vnesheconombank (VEB) Group, a Russian economist, banker, and financier. He is one of the creators of the National Technology Initiative state program.

Oleg Teplov has been working in the finance industry and public sector for about 20 years, specializing in technological development of the Russian economy. Before joining VEB Innovations, Oleg held the position of referent at the Expert Directorate with the President of the Russian Federation, where he was involved in the development and implementation of the National Technology Initiative (NTI) and drafting the Digital Economy of Russia state program. As a referent at the directorate, he created the system of NTI governance and expansion and developed the National Ranking of Investment Climate in the Constituent Territories of the Russian Federation.

Oleg also leads the Strategic Planning Unit of the Economy and Finance Department at the Executive Office of the Government of Russia, as well as the Strategic Planning Department at the Ministry of Economic Development, where he coordinated the activities of the Strategic Initiatives Agency, Industrial Development Fund, Roseximbank, MSP Bank, and Russian Direct Investment Fund. He also held executive positions in major Russian banks and the global “Big Four” auditing firms.

At present, VEB Innovations under Oleg Teplov's management makes high-risk direct investments in technology-related projects, creates venture funds jointly with major Russian corporations and global partners, as well as fostering investment and technology cooperation with R&D centers, major businesses, and development institutions.

Special attention in his activities is paid to high-potential ICT (information and communication technology) and other projects for the space industry, vertical marketplace initiatives, as well as investments in artificial intelligence, robotics, online education services, and telemedicine. Pharmaceuticals, biotechnology, and new energy-related technologies are prioritized as well.
Faina Filina — Director for External Communications, International Medical Cluster Foundation
Mikhail Tsyferov — President, Member of the Board of Directors, Petrovax Pharm
Before joining Petrovax in 2018, Mikhail Tsyferov gained extensive experience in a number of large investment companies.
From 2018 to present – President of NPO Petrovax Pharm LLC (part of the Interros Group), Member of the Board of Directors.
From 2016 to present – Managing Director of the Winter Capital Fund.
From 2008 to 2016 – manager of the investment department of Interros.
From 2007 to 2008 – employee of the capital markets department at Renaissance Capital.
Acted as an investor in more than 20 Private equity / VC transactions.
He graduated from the School of International Economic Relations of MGIMO (Moscow State Institute of International Relations) in 2007.
Front row participants:
Eric Brovko — Founder, My Health platform; Deputy Chairman, Commission on Informatization, Science and Innovations in Healthcare, Public Council of the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation
Albert Gayfullin — CEO, PharmMedPolis RT
Igor Shaderkin — Head of the Healthcare Laboratory, Federal State Autonomous Educational Institution of Higher Education “I.M. Sechenov "of the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation
15 June 12:15–13:45
 Pavilion F, Healthy Life Area
Broadcast
Modern Life: How to Balance a Healthy Lifestyle
Panel session ‘Healthy Life’ Programme According to WHO estimates, following the basic tenets of a healthy lifestyle could prevent up to 80% of non-communicable diseases. In an effort to prolong youth and reduce the risk of chronic diseases, people have concluded they need to form a new mindset of their lifestyles. Work to create a desire among the public to adhere to a healthy lifestyle should not only involve altering certain behavioural patterns, but should be carried out at the level of an expert study with preventive measures and treatment for diseases caused by such lifestyle factors as bad habits, an unhealthy diet, a lack of physical activity, chronic stress, or destructive social bonds. Lifestyle medicine brings together the interests of the state, business, and society and aims to change the socio-cultural environment by integrating healthy routines into people’s everyday lives. What aspects shape the lifestyles of modern residents of major cities and can they be described as healthy? How can we instil a mass commitment to healthy habits? What is the best way to build accessible infrastructure so that people have the opportunity to lead a healthy lifestyle? Will a commitment to a healthy lifestyle become the fundamental behavioural model for all of society?
Moderator:
Sergey Oblozhko — Host, TeleDoctor Programme, Doctor TV Channel; Psychotherapist; Nutritionist
Panellists:
Natalya Goncharova — Founder, European Nutrition Centre; Creator, Employee Care Programme
Maria Grudina — Co-Founder, First Line Health Care Resort
Maria Grudina graduated with honors from the St. Petersburg University of Economics and Finance in 2008 with a major in World Economics. In 2014, she completed the program “Management in the international hospitality industry” at the Russian-Swiss business school SWISSAM.

In 2018-2019, she completed the Leadership Development Program at the Skolkovo Business School.

Maria has been working in the field of real estate and hospitality for more than 10 years, and for 3 years in healthcare.

Since 2009, she worked as Executive
Director of the non-profit organization called “Real Estate Market Consumer Center” and was the CEO of the “Life” hotel.

In 2016, Maria began her work with the “Pioneer” group of companies, and founded the project “First Line. Health Care Resort ”. Maria is developing this project to the present. The launch of the resort took place in January 2018. The official opening with the participation of the Governor of St. Petersburg was held on the Day 0 of the Economic Forum on May 23, 2018. The project became the leader of preventive rehabilitation in St. Petersburg and Russia in a short time. As part of the work of the First Line, in November 2018 the first international conference on prevent age in St. Petersburg was held with the support of the SPB Government. More than 3,800 people have attended health improvement programs at the resort.

In 2019, she received the award “Influential Women of St. Petersburg” from Business Petersburg, and won the Sobaka.ru magazine award “TOP 50.Most famous people of St. Petersburg”.

Maria is married with three children, speaks English and French, enjoys Pilates and healthy lifestyle. She has written a short stories book, and studies the methodology of thinking.
Elena Istyagina-Eliseeva — Director, State Museum of Sport
Front row participants:
Dina Gaizatullina — Deputy General Director for Government Relations, Innotech Group
Anna Yefremkina — Certified Trainer, Romana’s Pilates, GYROTONIC, and GYROKINESIS Systems Coach
Irina Moroz — Psychotherapist and First-Class Nutritionist, Regional Clinical Specialized Psychoneurological Hospital No. 1; Doctor of Medical Sciences
Marina Panfilova — Chief Physician, Centre for Public Health, Medical Prevention, and Information Technologies
15 June 14:30–16:00
 Pavilion F, Healthy Life Area
Broadcast
Healthcare Managers: Are Leaders Born or Made?
Panel session ‘Healthy Life’ Programme At the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, when an urgent need arose for the hospital beds to be converted for different uses, for mobilization of personnel resources, rerouting of patients, introduction of clinical recommendations, and remote monitoring of the condition of patients’ health, the deficit of competent healthcare organizers capable of effective management decision-making became an acute issue. The professional community has long since been discussing who should manage healthcare institutions: doctors or efficient managers without a medical education. Where to find competent head doctors: “grow” them within a medical institution, poach them from competitors or work with those appointed from above? Are the Russian regions short of management personnel? What is the difference between a head doctor and a leader? Does a leader have to be born or can they be the result of professional growth and learning leadership skills? What are the best practices today in management of medical institutions and how can they be rolled out? Which management training programmes should educational institutions develop? Could mentorship become a basis for creating an efficient manager of a medical institution?
Moderator:
Ruslan Khalfin — Director, Institute of Leadership and Healthcare Management, Sechenov University of the Russian Ministry of Health; President, Society of Healthcare and Public Health Specialists
Ruslan Khalfin is Director of the Higher School of Healthcare Management at the I.M. Sechenov First Moscow State Medical University of the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation, a medical doctor, Professor, winner of a State Prize of the Russian Federation in the field of science and technology, Honoured Doctor of the Russian Federation, and Actual State Councillor of Russian Federation, 2nd class. He worked for more than 30 years in healthcare in the Sverdlovsk Region. He has also worked in the central office of the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation and the Ministry of Health and Social Development of the Russian Federation, and has held the post of Deputy Minister under three federal ministers. He has been actively involved in reforming the sector, and was one of the originators and implementers of the national ‘Health’ project. For the past 11 years he has been President of the medical insurance company MAKS-M, part of the MAKS Insurance Group. Chair of the Board of the Russia-wide public organization ‘The Russian Association for the Organization of Health and Public Health’.
Panellists:
Alexey Bezymyanny — Head of the Directorate for the Coordination of Medical Organizations of the Moscow Healthcare Department
Armais Kamalov — Director, University Clinic, Lomonosov Moscow State University; Head of the Urology and Andrology Department, Faculty of Fundamental Medicine, Lomonosov Moscow State University
Director of the Medical Research and Educational Centre of the Lomonosov Moscow State University, Head of the Urology and Andrology School of the Department of Fundamental Medicine of the Lomonosov Moscow State University, Academician of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Professor, Doctor of Medicine, Honoured Scientist of the Russian Federation.
The central focus of scientific research and practice:
Armais Kamalov’s scientific research focuses on urology, andrology and fundamental medicine. He is the author of many research papers, including monographs, textbooks, books, manuals, and patents for inventions. He is the author of many research papers, including monographs, textbooks, books, manuals, and patents for inventions. He was a scientific advisor of 5 doctoral and ten master’s theses. In 1992, he passed Candidate’s thesis defence, in 1998 – PhD thesis defence. Both focused on scientific rationale and introduction of radically new endoscopic methods of treatment of urological diseases.
Many years of scientific research and medical practice Armais Kamalov devoted to the development and implementation of high-tech minimally invasive methods of diagnosis and treatment of urological diseases, which significantly improved the outcome of treatment of many urological disorders.
In recent years, he has been devoting much attention to establishing a new medicine based on an interdisciplinary approach to solving men's health problems and improving reproductive health. Through his direct involvement, the organization of a programme to protect the health of the male population, including the setting up specialized medical clinics was successfully implemented in the regions of the Russian Federation.
Honours, awards
• Medal for Labour Valour (1997)
• Order of Honour 3rd Class (2006)
• Winner of the Prizvanie (Vocation) National Award ‘The Best Doctor of Russia’ nomination ‘For Breaking a New Medical Ground’ (2006)
• Lopatkin Award Winner ‘For the Contribution to the Development of Russian Urology’ (2007 & 2012)
• Medal ‘For Contribution to International Cooperation’ (2011)
• State Award ‘For Active Citizenship and Valuable Contribution to the Public and Political Life’
• Excellent Worker of Public Health (2012)
• Honoured Scientist of the Russian Federation (2016)
• Certificate of Appreciation ‘For Merit to the Urban Community’ (2019)
Armais Kamalov is a prominent scientist, teacher, top ranking urologist, who have mastered the most advanced treatment of urological diseases, a thought leader home and abroad. He is a well-regarded professional in public and professional communities.
Nikolay Nikolayev — Chief Physician, Federal Centre for Traumatology, Orthopaedics, and Endoprosthesis of the Russian Ministry of Health
Andrey Svistunov — First Vice-Rector, I.M. Sechenov First Moscow State Medical University of the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation
Dmitry Khubezov — Chairman of the Health Protection Committee of the State Duma of the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation
Vladimir Shkarin — Rector, Volgograd State Medical University of the Russian Ministry of Health
Front row participants:
Maria Butareva — Professor, Institute of Leadership and Healthcare Management, Sechenov University of the Russian Ministry of Health; Chief Physician, Beauty Trend Clinic of Cosmetology and Plastic Surgery
Ekaterina Kakorina — Professor, Deputy Director, Institute of Leadership and Healthcare Management, I.M. Sechenov First Moscow State Medical University of the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation
Victoria Madianova — Deputy Director, Institute of Leadership and Health Care Management, Sechenov University of the Russian Ministry of Health
Sergey Timofeev — Chief Physician, Magadan Regional Hospital
16 June 09:00–10:00
 Pavilion F, Healthy Life Area
Broadcast
Healthy Society: Focus on Innovation and Support for Russian Manufacturers
Panel session ‘Healthy Life’ Programme The current stage of development of global economic processes in healthcare require Russian businesses, the state and scientists to develop new, effective approaches to drawing up strategic development programmes. What state support measures can the industry count on today? What innovative ideas will enable Russian manufacturers to take the primary position? How can investors, businesses and regulators collaborate efficiently under the new economic conditions?
Moderator:
Sergey Krasnov — Host, RBC TV
Panellists:
Petr Belyy — Chairman of the Board of Directors, Promomed Group
Professional experience:
Founder and Chairman of the Board of Directors of Promomed Group, medical doctor.
Petr Bely has more than 25 years of experience in the medical sector and has held senior positions in a number of large pharmaceutical companies. In 2005, he established the Promomed company and in a few years turned it into one of the most dynamically growing players in the Russian pharmaceutical market.
Petr Bely regularly participates in scientific forums, conferences and other industry events. He is the author of numerous scientific publications. In March 2021, he was awarded the Pirogov Order for his merits in the field of drug production.

Education:
• Moscow State Medical and Dental University, "Medicine" specialty, training in clinical residency and a full course in "Therapeutics" specialty;
• Candidate of Medical Sciences in the "Internal diseases" specialty.
Artem Zdunov — Head of the Republic of Mordovia
Education:
2000: Kazan State Financial and Economic Institute (KSFEI, now part of Kazan (Volga region) Federal University
Degree: Finance and Credit
2004: Postgraduate course at KSFEI
2011: Master's Degree from the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration (RANEPA) in State and Public Administration
2012, 2016, 2017: Advanced training courses at RANEPA in Managing Innovative Development of Industries and Regions, Managerial Skills: Developing Regional Teams, and Application of Flexible Project Management Methods in Russian Authorities.
Graduate of the first stage of the Management Personnel Pool for the Civil Service program (the so-called school of governors)

2005: PhD in Economics from KSFEI
Thesis: Capital Outflow in the System of Economic Security of Modern Russia

Career:
September 1996-October 1998: Deputy Chairman of the student trade union, Kazan State University of Economics and Finance

June 2000-March 2001: Insurance specialist and internal auditor at Industrial Insurance Company, Kazan

2004-2006: Lecturer, Department of Macroeconomics and Economic Theory, Kazan State Financial and Economic Institute

July 2006-May 2010: Deputy director for research, Center for Advanced Economic Research, the Academy of Sciences of Tatarstan

May 2010-October 2014: Deputy Minister of the Economy of Tatarstan

October 2014-February 2018: Minister of the Economy of Tatarstan

February 7, 2018-2020: Chairman of the Government of the Republic of Dagestan

November 18, 2020: Appointed Acting Head of the Republic of Mordovia by an executive order of President of Russia Vladimir Putin

Awards:
Winner of the contest of the Academy of Sciences of Tatarstan for Best Scientist of 2009

Fluent in English
2009: International business English certificate from Cambridge University, United Kingdom
Dmitry Zemskov — Executive Director, Biochemist
Yuri Zubov — Head, Federal Service for Intellectual Property (Rospatent)
Kirill Kaem — Senior Vice-President for Innovations, Skolkovo Foundation
Kirill Kaem, whose family have been doctors for no fewer than seven generations, graduated from the Kirov State Medical Academy in Nizhny Novgorod in 1992. Five years later he graduated with distinction from the economics department at the Lobachevsky State University, after successfully completing his studies in Russia and the USA on an MBA program run jointly with Taylor University. He has over 20 years' experience in senior management roles, including 15 years as a CEO at the corporation's various international branches. He specializes in launching start-ups in new regions and countries, and new business areas at major firms. From 1992 to 1994 he owned his own business, distributing medical equipment and pharmaceuticals. In 1995 Kirill Kaem set up a network of regional outlets for the Swedish company Oriflame in the Volga Region, which helped it become one of the region's biggest tax-payers. In the year 2000 he began working in Germany, in the central office of the company Varta. After Varta's merger with the American group Spectrum Brands, he spent eight years in overall charge of the company's operations in Russia. In 2008 he relaunched the German and American holding JAFRA International in Russia, improving profit margins by 40%. In 2009 he took control of the Russian holding Hygiene Kinetics, the biggest manufacturer in the market for domestic paper and cellulose products. Within two years the company's sales growth was several times higher than average growth in the sector, thanks to the introduction of new technologies. From 2011 to 2013 he headed up a new area of business at 'Alpha Group' - the biggest federal chain of clinics, 'Alpha Health Centre', where in the space of a year he managed to double revenue, whilst the chain itself saw profits rise by over a third. From 2013 onwards he has been a member of the Board of Directors and a co-founder of the international medical centre 'Medcluster', set up at the initiative of Sberbank in partnership with Strategy Group Partners, with Johns Hopkins Medicine International as a potential partner. From 2013-2017 he was director of the Skolkovo Foundation’s biomed cluster.
Vasily Osmakov — First Deputy Minister of Industry and Trade of the Russian Federation (online)
Born June 8, 1983, Moscow. 2005: graduated from Moscow State University, Institute of Asian and African Studies.
2008: gained his CSc from the State University of Management in Moscow.
Career background: 2004–2008: Ministry of Industry and Energy: Head of Strategic Planning and Research Department; Assistant Administrator of Strategic Planning and Research Department; Assistant Administrator of Priority Projects Support under the Economic Analysis and Planning Division; Advisor to the Public Relations Department; Senior Expert of the PR Department. 2008–2012: Assistant and Advisor to the Minister of Industry and Trade of the Russian Federation.
2012–2016: Director of Strategic Development and Project Management Department, Ministry of Industry and Trade of the Russian Federation. 31 August 2016: appointed Deputy Minister of Industry and Trade of the Russian Federation.
Since 2015, Mr Osmakov has held the title of Full State Counsellor. CSc in Economics. Married with a child.
Vadim Tarasov — Director, Institute of Translational Medicine and Biotechnology Institute of Translational Medicine and Biotechnology, First Moscow State Medical University named after I.M. Sechenov
16 June 10:30–12:00
 Pavilion F, Healthy Life Area
Broadcast
Long COVID: Quick Response Time
Panel session ‘Healthy Life’ Programme The problem of the protracted form of complications after COVID-19, better known as “long COVID”, has not only a medical but also an economic effect. The programme for rehabilitation and treatment of patients with health problems following an infection must include developing criteria for undergoing rehabilitation, creating a register and introducing domestically manufactured rehabilitation equipment into practice, resolving staff shortages, developing information technologies and motivation tools for involving people in rehabilitation measures. The state support programme needs a scientific and medical search in the sphere of studying the post-COVID syndrome aimed at finding the reasons for long-term consequences of the infection and effective treatment solutions precluding development of serious complications. Which resources should the state apply to ensure, at the level of all Russian regions, the requisite volume of assistance to patients suffering from post-COVID syndrome? What government support is needed for developing the scientific medical activities involved in studying the post-COVID syndrome? What advanced in medical treatment could bring closer a solution to the Long-COVID problem? Which medical methods and technologies are already being successfully applied in Russia and elsewhere in the world?
Moderator:
Viktoriia Kladieva — Leading Specialist, TASS Press Center
Panellists:
Oksana Drapkina — Director, National Medical Research Center for Preventive Medicine of the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation
Doctor of medical Sciences, Professor, corresponding member of RAS
Oksana M. graduated from the MMA named after I. M. Sechenov in 1992. From 1992 to 1997 she worked in the intensive care unit of the clinic of internal diseases of MMA named after I. M. Sechenov. From 1997 to 2015 she worked at the Department of internal medicine propaedeutics First Moscow State Medical University named after I. M. Sechenov, where she was promoted from Department assistant to Professor. In 2013, she was Awarded the Russian government prize in the field of education. In 2017 she was appointed to the position of Director of "NMRC PM" of the Ministry of health of Russia.
Professor Drapkina combines ongoing clinical work with research activities.
Awards: diploma of the Ministry of health of Russia, Laureate of the Russian Government prize in education, badge " excellence in health care».
There were defended 16 PhD theses and 1 dissertation for the degree of doctor of medical Sciences under the scientific guidance of O. M. Drapkina, more than 600 scientific article were published in domestic and foreign journals, 7 monographs, 10 textbooks
Evgeny Kamkin — Deputy Minister of Healthcare of the Russian Federation (online)
Aleksandr Lila — Director, V.A. Nasonova Research Institute of Rheumatology
Dmitriy Lioznov — Acting Director, The Smorodintsev Research Institute of Influenza of the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation
Andrey Malyavin — Secretary General, Russian Scientific Medical Society of Therapists; Doctor of Medical Sciences; Professor, Department of Phthisiology and Pulmonology, Faculty of Medicine; Deputy Chair, Department of Science, Yevdokimov Moscow State University of Medicine and Dentistry
Anatoly Fesyun — Acting Director, Federal State Budgetary Institution "National Medical Research Center for Rehabilitation and Balneology" of the Ministry of Health of Russia (online)
Evgeny Shlyakhto — Director General, Almazov National Medical Research Centre; President, All-Russian Non-Governmental Organization "Russian Society of Cardiology"
Professor Evgeny Shlyakhto, Director General of the Almazov National Medical Research Centre, Academician of the Russian Academy of Science, President of the Russian Society of Cardiology, Fellow of the European Society of Cardiology, the American Heart Association, and the American College of Cardiology.
Professor Shlyakhto was born on June 29, 1954 in Pogar, the Bryansk region. He graduated from the Pavlov Medical University in Saint Petersburg in 1977 and became Doctor of Science in Medicine in 1992, Professor in 1994, Honored Russian Scientist in 2004, and Academician of the Russian Academy of Sciences in 2014.
Evgeny Shlyakhto has been the Director General of the Almazov National Medical Research Centre since 2001 and the President of the Russian Society of Cardiology since 2011. In 2010, he became a member of the WHO Expert Working Group.
The Centre led by Prof. Shlyakhto carries out intensive research in the fields of translational medicine, molecular diagnostics, development of diagnostic tools for personalized treatment, cellular and tissue engineering for therapeutic purposes, creation of biocompatible materials and tissue-engineered constructs designed to create breakthrough medical technologies of fundamental importance for providing high-tech care to patients with cardiovascular, endocrine and blood diseases.
The results of research work by Prof. Shlyakhto have been summarized in more than 800 publications, 16 inventions, 2 scientific discoveries, and a number of monographs. Prof. Shlyakhto was a supervisor in 57 PhD and 20 DSc students..
Professor Shlyakhto is a member of the Presidium of the Russian Academy of Science, the Presidential Council for Science and Education, the Regional Health Council under the Federation Council of the Russian Federal Assembly, the Expert Health Council of the Federation Council Committee on Social Policy of the Russian Federal Assembly, Vice President of the National Medical Chamber.
Evgeny Shlyakhto is the Editor-in-Chief of the following medical journals: Russian Journal of Cardiology, Translational Medicine, and Journal of Arrhythmology. He also is a member of the international editorial board of the European Heart Journal.
Professor Shlyakhto plays an active role in such international committees as the ESC Congress Programme Committee (since 2012) and of the ESC Committee for Practice Guidelines (since 2015).
Evgeny Shlyakhto received the Russian Federation Government Prize in science and technology in 2009 and won the Pavlov Award, the prize for scientific and technological achievement in Physiology and Medicine from the Saint Petersburg Government and St. Petersburg Scientific Center of the Russian Academy of Sciences, in 2011. He received an Order of Honour in 2012 and 4th class Order of Merit for the Motherland in 2017.
Tatyana Yakovleva — First Deputy Head, Federal Medical-Biological Agency of the Russian Federation
Born 7 July 1960 in Goгky oblast.
In 1985, graduated Ivanovo State Medical Institute with honours, majoring in Paediatrics. Worked her way up from a rural hospital nurse to Chief Physician of Teykovo Central Regional Hospital (Ivanovo Oblast).
In 1999, elected Deputy of the 3rd State Duma of Ivanovo single member electoral district No.78 (Ivanovo oblast), also elected Deputy of the 4th, 5th, and 6th State Duma of the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation.
Acted as Deputy Head of the State Duma Committee for Healthcare and Sports, Head of the State Duma Committee for Healthcare, First Deputy Head of the United Russia fraction at the State Duma of the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation.
While in the State Duma, was a member of interagency working group on the Healthcare priority national project at the Russian Federation Presidential Council for the Implementation of the Priority National Projects, State Duma Committee for the Juvenile Affairs and Protection of their Rights and Governmental Committee for Combating Drug Abuse and Illegal Drug Trafficking, as well as acted as Deputy Head of State Duma Committee for Technical Regulation.
Doctor of Medicine, Honoured Doctor of the Russian Federation, Professor, co-author of over 59 research publications, 7 textbooks, 6 patents. The winner of the Russian Federation Governmental Award in the field of science and technology. In 2001, graduated Moscow State Social University specializing in Law. Holds top qualification category in Public Health. Chair of the Department on outpatient and social paediatrics at Pirogov Russian National Research Medical University (RNRMU), the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation.
Decorated with the Order of Honour, Medal of the 2nd degree Order of Service to the Fatherland, Medal of Merit for the National Healthcare; received Citation from Valentina Matvienko, the Chair of the Federation Council of the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation.
Appointed Deputy Minister of Healthcare of the Russian Federation by Government Order No.1010-р of 18 June 2012.
Front row participant:
Yelena Voronina — Deputy Chairwoman of the Kuzbass Government for Social Development
16 June 13:30–15:00
 Pavilion F, Healthy Life Area
Broadcast
Protecting Your Health: The Unique Possibilities of Preventive Medicine
Panel session ‘Healthy Life’ Programme People find the goal of preserving their health increasingly important as they pursue a modern rhythm of life. There is a certain social demand today with people wanting to be successful and engaged, live with a multitasking mindset, and have full physical and emotional resources. To avoid the many diseases that could lead to irreparable consequences, people must pay increased attention to the development of preventive medicine. Indeed, timely laboratory and diagnostic tests are crucial to minimizing any potential health risks. Health and outward beauty are key aspects for modern people to live harmoniously and motivate them attain self-fulfilment and develop successfully. How developed is preventive medicine in Russia today? What innovative methods of diagnostics, treatment, and rehabilitation help to preserve people’s resources as well as their physical and mental health? How many people are currently seeking out preventive medicine services and how can this number be increased? What aesthetic medicine technologies enable people to not only preserve their appearance, but also their health? How important is it to maintain proper emotional health and what methods allow for best achieving this?
Moderator:
Oksana Drapkina — Director, National Medical Research Center for Preventive Medicine of the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation
Doctor of medical Sciences, Professor, corresponding member of RAS
Oksana M. graduated from the MMA named after I. M. Sechenov in 1992. From 1992 to 1997 she worked in the intensive care unit of the clinic of internal diseases of MMA named after I. M. Sechenov. From 1997 to 2015 she worked at the Department of internal medicine propaedeutics First Moscow State Medical University named after I. M. Sechenov, where she was promoted from Department assistant to Professor. In 2013, she was Awarded the Russian government prize in the field of education. In 2017 she was appointed to the position of Director of "NMRC PM" of the Ministry of health of Russia.
Professor Drapkina combines ongoing clinical work with research activities.
Awards: diploma of the Ministry of health of Russia, Laureate of the Russian Government prize in education, badge " excellence in health care».
There were defended 16 PhD theses and 1 dissertation for the degree of doctor of medical Sciences under the scientific guidance of O. M. Drapkina, more than 600 scientific article were published in domestic and foreign journals, 7 monographs, 10 textbooks
Panellists:
Elena Aksenova — Director, Research Institute for Healthcare Organization and Medical Management of Moscow Healthcare Department
Elena Aksenova has been working at the Research Institute since December 2018.
Educated at Moscow State Pedagogical University, National Research University Higher School of Economics, Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration.
She worked as Vice-Rector for Development and Innovation at the I.M. Sechenov First Moscow State Medical University of the Russian Ministry of Health. She was Deputy Head of the Department of Innovative Development of Medical Science of RAMS, Head of the Expert Analytical Department of the Federal Agency for Scientific Organizations, Deputy Chief Scientific Secretary of the Presidium of the Russian Academy of Sciences.
Before assuming the position of Director of the Research Institute for Innovative Development of Medical Science of the DSMH, she was the Head of the Center for Strategic Planning of Science Development, Expertise and Scientific Advice of the RAS.
Svetlana Kanevskaya — Medical Director, Medscan Group; Doctor of Medical Sciences; Professor
Lyudmila Keshchyan — Chief Physician, Naro-Fominsk Perinatal Centre
Olga Moroz — Member, Expert Council on Aesthetic Medicine under the Commissioner for the Protection of Entrepreneurs’ Rights of the Moscow Government; Founder, Olga Moroz Clinic of Aesthetic Medicine
Larisa Nazarova — President, BlagoDat Charitable Foundation
Yelena Uvarova — Chief Extraordinary Paediatric and Adolescent Gynaecologist, Russian Ministry of Health; Director, 2nd Gynaecological Department, Kulakov National Medical Research Centre for Obstetrics, Gynaecology, and Perinatology of the Russian Ministry of Health (online)
Front row participant:
Aleksandra Ulich — Chief Executive Officer, Kivach Clinic
16 June 15:30–16:45
 Pavilion F, Healthy Life Area
Broadcast
Healthcare Satisfaction: You Can’t Please Everyone or Is the Patient Always Right?
Panel session ‘Healthy Life’ Programme By Russian presidential decisions on strategic development and national projects, since 2022 an additional target characterizing public satisfaction with healthcare has been included in the Federal Project for development of primary healthcare. The satisfaction indicator is a complicated, complex one and its determined through assessment of how well the healthcare system meets patient expectations. The factors affecting the indicator of public satisfaction with healthcare include gender and age characteristics, medical care receipt times, an assessment of staff relations with patients, the state of the infrastructure and the patient’s perception of the accessibility and quality of medical care. To raise the level of satisfaction, including via the above factors, a list should be drawn up of various measures and initiatives and a mechanism determined for developing them. What approach should be taken to assessing and developing such measures? What advanced practices, experience and vision can be shared by Russian regions for raising public satisfaction with healthcare?
Moderator:
Olga Kobyakova — Director, Federal Research Institute for Health Organization and Informatics of Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation
Panellists:
Igor Artamonov — Head of the Administration of Lipetsk Region
Olga Zabralova — Senator of the Russian Federation; First Deputy Chairwoman of the Russian Federation Council Committee on Social Policy
Alla Samoylova — Head, Federal Service for Surveillance in Healthcare (Roszdravnadzor)
Born in Cheboksary.
1990: Graduated from the Chuvash State University named after I. N. Ulyanov with a degree in medicine.
2002: Awarded with the badge “Excellent Worker of Public Health”.
2007: Honored doctor of the Chuvash Republic.
2010: Doctor of Science in medicine.
2012: Professor of obstetrics and gynecology.
1987-1990 – nurse, obstetrician-gynecologist at the industrial hospitals in Cheboksary.
1990-1993 – Full-time postgraduate study at Chuvash State University.
1993-1994 - Assistant at the Obstetrics and Gynecology Department of the Chuvash State University.
1994-2012 – Chief Doctor of the Presidential Perinatal Center of the Ministry of Health and social development of the Chuvash Republic.
2010-2017 – Head of the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology named after G. M. Vorontsova, of the Chuvash State University.
2012-2015 – Deputy Chair at the Cabinet of Ministers of the Chuvash Republic - Minister of Health and Social Development of the Chuvash Republic.
2015-2017 – Minister of Health of the Chuvash Republic.
2018-2019 – Adviser to the Head of the Federal Service for Surveillance in Healthcare.
2019-2020 – Head of the Department of State Control of Implementation of State Healthcare Programs, the Federal Service for Surveillance in Healthcare.
2020 – Director of the Project Activities Department, the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation.
Since April 10, 2020 - Head of the Federal Service for Surveillance in Healthcare.
Victor Fisenko — First Deputy Minister of Health of the Russian Federation
Oleg Ergashev — Vice-Governor of Saint Petersburg
Front row participants:
Irina Gekht — First Vice-Governor of Chelyabinsk Region
Boris Nemik — Minister of Health of the Krasnoyarsk Territory
Tatyana Savinova — Deputy Governor of the Orenburg Region
16 June 17:15–18:30
 Pavilion F, Healthy Life Area
Broadcast
Bringing Patients and the Healthcare System Together: The Bonding Role of NPOs
Panel session ‘Healthy Life’ Programme The healthcare and social support system today offers people a broad range of services. Yet a number of factors restrict patients in making use of them all. These factors include awareness, red tape, how much time state medical and social service staff have at their disposal for working individually with their charges, the low level of digitalization in the regions and more. Assistance is provided by social projects that help the state machine to better satisfy people’s needs and build a system around the patient at the local level. Such joint work has a positive effect on living standards and promotes development of national approaches in medicine and social support. How could the state benefit from collaborating efficiently with NPOs and social business? Which factors impact on public satisfaction with social and medical services? How could the level of public confidence change is the state were to reject the declarative principle for receiving services? How do the latest technologies alter the long-standing approaches to organizing provision of health and social care? What examples of successful practices make it possible to organize a system around the patient and raise living standards?
Moderator:
Anton Yaremchuk — CEO, Vernoe Napravlenie ANPO
Panellists:
Irina Gekht — First Vice-Governor of Chelyabinsk Region
Andrey Davidyuk — Chairman of the Board of Directors, Motorica
Yuriy Zhulev — President, Russian Hemophilia Society; Co-Chairman, All-Russian Union of Patients
In 1985, graduated from the school number 856 (Moscow).
In 1991, graduated from the Moscow State Law University.
In 1989, he was elected Vice President of Hemophilia Association (later renamed Hemophilia Society) that was established the same year.
Since 1993, he was the President of the Hemophilia Society.
In 2000, at the founding congress of the Russian Hemophilia Society he was elected its President, and he still holds this position.
In 2002–2004, he was a board member of the European Hemophilia Consortium and member of the World Federation of Hemophilia. He was named ‘Best volunteer’ of the World Federation of Hemophilia for his active work in CIS countries.
At present, he also holds the following positions:
• Co-chairman of the Russian Union of Patients Public Societies;
• Member of Commission for the Disabled under President of the Russian Federation;
• Head of the working group for improvement of the state sociomedical assessment system and monitoring of implementation of decisions made for the Commission for the Disabled under President of the Russian Federation;
• Co-chair of the Council of public agencies for patients’ rights for the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation;
• Deputy Chairman of the Public Council of the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation;
• Member of Council of public agencies for patients’ rights for Federal Service for Surveillance in Healthcare;
• Member of Moscow’s regional department of All-Russia People's Front.
Yury Zhulyov was awarded with an honorary certificate by the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation, an honorary certificate by the Federal Service for Surveillance in Healthcare and Social Development.
Faina Zakharova — President, Life Line Charity Foundation for Saving Seriously Ill Children
A public figure, an expert in the non-commercial sector, the President of Life Line Charity Foundation for salvation of severely ill children. Zakharova has been awarded an honorable distinction “For Benevolence”. The above mentioned state reward was presented to her by Mr. Vladimir Putin, the President of the Russian Federation, in the Kremlin in 2013. Faina Yakovlevna is a member of the Public Council in RF Health Ministry. Zakharova has been a founder and an inspirational figure for establishing the Russian branch of the World Wildlife Fund (WWF-Russia). She has guided a number of special CAF Russia programmes. Besides, she was involved in arranging the first conference “Charity in Russia” (2005). In 2014 Faina Zakharova was one of the founders of the Association of Fundraisers. She also deserves credit for running “The Year of Charity in Russia” (2006). Apart from that, she has been the author of a number of successful as well as efficient charity events such as “A red nose – a kind heart!”, the first in Russia charity “Running Race 5275”, “Someone’s life – not a trifle!” and others. In 2017 Faina Zakharova was included in the top 75 list of the most respected people in the country possessing a high moral and professional authority according to The Russian Reporter Magazine. Faina Zakharova is keen on travelling and is interested in modern arts.
Yelena Martyanova — Director, Vera Hospice Charitable Foundation
Front row participants:
Olga Borisova — Project Manager, Pomoshch (Help) Charitable Foundation
Yekaterina Popova — Director, Social Development Charitable Foundation
17 June 09:45–11:15
 Pavilion F, Healthy Life Area
Broadcast
Russian Dietary Supplement Industry: An Industry View of the Strategic Objectives for Development
Panel session ‘Healthy Life’ Programme According to the WHO, almost a third of the world’s population lacks sufficient essential minerals. Roughly one billion people do not get enough vitamin D. Some 20 million children are born with health problems due to a lack of iodine in their mother’s diet. The Institute of Nutrition says that this insufficient intake of vitamins and minerals occurs year-round and needs to be corrected. In this situation, taking dietary supplements is the most affordable and logical way to solve the problem of nutritional deficiencies. Dietary supplements are regularly taken by 90% of the population in Japan, 45–80% in the United States, 59% in Denmark, 54% in South Korea, and 43% in Germany. In Russia, this figure does not even reach 20%. The development of public educational programmes as an integral part of the national Demography project in matters concerning nutritional support and the prevention of dietary dependent diseases could become a task for public-private partnerships to optimize healthcare costs. To what degree is the use of vitamins and dietary supplements a crucial tool to ensuring active longevity in an aging population? How important is it to draft a strategy for the development of the dietary supplement industry as a key state sector related to ensuring the health and active longevity of society, and what potential do these strategies have? What issues are most relevant today in terms of import substitution in the dietary supplement industry?
Moderator:
Sergey Krasnov — Host, RBC TV
Panellists:
Vladimir Bessonov — Director, Laboratory of Food Chemistry; Doctor of Biological Sciences, Federal Research Centre for Nutrition and Biotechnology
Alexander Zhestkov — Executive Director, Self-regulatory organization Union of Dietary Supplements Producers
Yevgeni Nifantiev — Representative, Committee on Industry and Trade of the Russian State Duma
Natalia Prokopieva — Chairman of the Board of Directors, Evalar
Natalia graduated from Altai State University, where she studied Law. She also completed MBA Strategic Management in the Russian Academy of National Economy and Public Administration and she holds a PhD in Economics.
Her professional carrer at Evalar started in 1997 in Biysk city, Russia.
She held a post of the Director at Evalar's Moscow Representative Office from 2001 till 2013. The responsibilities of the office are to advertise the brands through all main TV channels, manage all of their branded pharmacies in Moscow and develop its client base.
Natalia has been appointed as the Chairwoman of the Board of Directors in 2013.
Sergey Shulyak — General Director, DSM Group
17 June 11:45–13:15
 Pavilion F, Healthy Life Area
Broadcast
Bolstering the Resources of Local Communities in Times of Turbulence: Collaboration between State Institutions, Business, and NPOs
Panel session ‘Healthy Life’ Programme The new challenges of the times make “concern for those close by” probably the only antidote to crises and opportunity for developing the resources of local communities. Solidarity and inter-sectoral collaboration with authorities, businesses and NPOs bring sustainable results despite the universal shortage of resources and instability. Mobilization and development of local communities are the “new black” in turbulent times. How could collaboration with the state be arranged to confirm NPOs and local communities as a resource with which co-operation is both possible and essential for supporting particularly vulnerable members of society during unstable times? How could businesses use social care resources to create an environment for the elderly? How can local communities improve the lives of children and families? What is the strength of NPOs as a mechanism for fine-tuning social care?
Moderator:
Yelena Fayman — Managing Partner, IQ Media Agency
Panellists:
Denis Bokov — Director, VEB.RF Agent Block of the Russian Government
Anton Dolgov — Executive Director, Presidential Grants Foundation
Born 10/10/1975
Education:
1992-1997 - Saratov Chernyshevsky State University, Physics Department
1998 - Presidential programme of management training for national economy organizations of Russian Federation
1999 - German Management Academy in Lower Saxony
Career:
1997-2003 - worked in publishing and social fields in the Saratov region. Run several projects of local private and public media establishment and development. Member of Governor’s Supreme Economic Council. Founder and Member of Guardian Council of “Saratov Province” charity foundation, which held regional competitions for social and cultural projects in 2001-2011.
2004-2013 - Run publishing projects in the fields of economy, law and small business. Director General of stock corporations of “Russian accountant” company grouping.
2013-2017 - run informational and social projects in interregional cooperation development. Director General of “My district” company - an Internet platform for municipal structures. Board member of All-Russian Public Organization “Russian management community of presidential programme members”. From June 2017 - Executive Director of Presidential Grants Foundation. Supervises development of IT-platforms, as well as regional development and communication.
Maria Morozova — General Director, Elena and Gennady Timchenko Charitable Foundation
Ms. Morozova has been heading The Timchenko Foundation from the day when it was created in December 2010. She performs the following functions: member of the Community Council with the Russian Ministry of Labor and Social Security, head of Senior Citizen section with the Russian Government’s Community Council on Guardianship Issues in the Social Sphere, member of the Expert Board for Advancing New Projects with the Agency of Strategic Initiatives, member of The Council of the Federation Committee on Social Innovation Development in Territorial Entities of the Russian Federation, member of the Joint Advisory Board of the Presidential Grants Foundation, co-chair of the working group involved in expert conceptual design of Active Ageing in the Russian Federation, member of the Supervisory Board of the Association of Long-term Care Professionals, member of the Coordinating Council with the Russian Ministry of Economic Development on issues of expanding charitable activities.
Elena and Gennady Timchenko Charitable Foundation is one of the largest family-oriented foundations in Russia. It was created in 2010 with the aim of achieving long-term social results and uniting charitable projects of the Timchenko family. Activities of the Foundation are aimed at the social and cultural development of Russia’s regions, solving issues of social orphanhood, developing non-professional sports for children, and providing support for senior citizens. These strategic areas of activities are designed to achieve positive and tangible changes in the social sector. The Timchenko Foundation programs are implemented with a special emphasis on developing small territories and localities.
The program portfolio of The Timchenko Foundation includes the following competitions: Dobryi Lyod [Good Ice], Ice Hockey without Barriers, Immediate Circle, Family Fairway, Right Family Course, Cultural Mosaic of Small Towns and Villages, Chess in Schools, Linked Communities.
Olga Postnikova — Chief Executive Officer, Dobroe Delo Social Care Centre ANPO (online)
Karine Khabirova — Chairman of the Board of Trustees, Territory of Happiness Charitable Foundation
Anna Tsivileva — Chairman of the Board of Directors, Kolmar Group
Front row participants:
Tatiana Akimova — Executive Director, Good Stories Charitable Foundation; Director, Care Is Near Coalition
Ekaterina Moroz — Co-owner, Clinic of Aesthetic Medicine MOROZOV LLC; Founder, Social Projects "Youth Without Borders", "Two Generations - One Look"
Diana Farakhova — Member, Public Chamber of the Republic of Bashkortostan
Andrey Tsarev — Member, Commission of the Russian Public Chamber for the Development of the Non-Commercial Sector and the Support of Socially Oriented NGOs; Chairman of the Board, Equal Opportunities Interregional Public Organization for the Support of People with Mental Disabilities and Psychophysical Disabilities (online)
Olga Chistyakova — Member, Legislative Assembly of the Penza Region; Chairman of the Board, Penza Regional Branch of the Union of Russian Women; Director, Caravan of Good Deeds Charitable Foundation
Irina Shuvalova — Director, Department of Social Protection of the Population of the Rostov-on-Don City
17 June 16:30–18:00
 Pavilion F, Healthy Life Area
Broadcast
Blood Donation and Employee Efficiency: How to Increase Employers’ Loyalty to Blood Donation
Panel session ‘Healthy Life’ Programme A well-developed corporate culture is crucial to improving team efficiency and ensuring a strong economic performance.
The panel discussion will address the theme of blood donation, which combines two components straight away to ensure Russia’s socioeconomic well-being – healthcare itself and the development of a corporate culture. How can the attractiveness of blood donation be enhanced in the corporate environment? Why don’t employers make blood donation a mandatory component of corporate culture? What would be a good solution to this problem in the opinion of business people? What positive corporate donation practices could be cited as a successful example and how does this affect efficiency? What tools can the Russian Red Cross offer to the business community?
Moderator:
Olesya Nazarova — Head, Department of Medical and Social Programmes, Russian Red Cross
Panellists:
Dmitry Afanasyev — Advisor to the Novgorod Region Governor; Founder, First IT Alliance; Chairman of the Board of Directors, BP MED
Dmitry Bazhenov — Deputy General Director for Commerce, State Specialized Design Institute
Oksana Kritikova — Director, Corporate Culture and Employer Brand Department, T Plus
Elena Myakotnikova — Public Advisor to the Head, Federal Agency for Youth Affairs (Rosmolodezh)
Born in Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky, Kamchatka Territory.
She graduated from Ordzhonikidze State Management Academy in “Global Economics”.
1993–1995: Finance Director, AOZT Salvis.
1995–2000: Various posts at Arthur Andersen / Ernst and Young.
2000–2009: Financial controller, head of internal audit, Finance Director, Sonic Duo (MegaFon Moscow).
2009–2010: Vice-President of Finance, OOO Holding Company Rosgosstrakh.
2010–2012: Worked for AFK Sistema (Executive Vice-President for finance and investments at OAO AFK Sistema, Deputy General Director, head of finance, investments, and economics at OAO RTI).
2012: Adviser to the Head of the Federal Agency for State Property Management.
2013–2017: Deputy Head of the Federal Agency for State Property Management.
She holds the Russian Federation Civil Service grade rank of Third Class Active State Adviser of the Russian Federation.
Since April 25, 2017: Corporate Director of the Agency for Strategic Initiatives.
Alexandra Rodionova — Director, Department of Medical Care for Children, Obstetrics and Public Health Services, Russian Ministry of Health
18 June 10:30–12:00
 Pavilion F, Healthy Life Area
Broadcast
How Can We Improve Efficiency under Stress?
Panel session ‘Healthy Life’ Programme Can anyone in the 21st century not suffer from stress? Is there anyone among us who has learned to cope with stress as fast and unnoticed as possible? How to get rid of anxiety when constantly within the information flow? Stress is detrimental to the immune system, when stressed out people pick up infections more often, but is stress really so harmful or is this assertion merely a stereotype and incorrect perception of any person’s normal state? Can stress be beneficial? Scientists have shown that stress stimulates people’s initiative, allowing more intensive use to be made of a person’s potential, promotes development and motivates. Moreover, stress increases activity and improves memory. So what exactly is this stress and why can’t we live without it? How to learn to cope with stress and develop stress-resistance? What methods exist for handling stress?
Moderator:
Olga Kobyakova — Director, Federal Research Institute for Health Organization and Informatics of Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation
Panellists:
Maria Afonina — Vice Rector for Learning Activities of Educational Center SENEZH (“Russia - the Country of Opportunities” Project)
Sergey Bagnenko — Rector, Pavlov First St. Petersburg State Medical University of the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation
Academician of the Russian Academy of Sciences, PhD, M.D.,Professor
Was born on 22nd September 1957. In 1980 he graduated from Military Medical Academy named after S.M. Kirov. He studied in clinical residency at naval and hospital Surgery department. S.F. Bagnenko served as part of Soviet troops in Afghanistan. In 1990 he defended his PhD thesis and in 1998 his doctoral thesis.
In 1998 became a director of the St. Petersburg I.I. Dzhanelidze Research Institute of Emergency Medicine. In 2005 he was elected as a corresponding member of Russian Academy of Medical Sciences, and in 2011 he became an Academician of the RAMS (now RAS). He is main free-lance specialist in emergency medical services of the Russian Federation Ministry of Health. In 2012 he became an acting rector, and in 2013 a rector of FSBEI HE I.P.Pavlov SPbSMU MOH Russia.
Alexander Kalinkin — Director, Sleep Medicine Centre; Cardiologist; Sleep Therapist, Medical Research and Education Centre, Lomonosov Moscow State University
Alan Kaluyev — Director, Laboratory of Biological Psychiatry, St. Petersburg State University; Doctor of Biological Sciences; Professor
Vladimir Samokish — Deputy of the Russian State Duma
Sergey Chudinov — Honoured Coach of Russia; Head Coach, Russian National Luge Team
18 June 13:00–14:30
 Pavilion F, Healthy Life Area
Broadcast
Public Health: Challenges of the Times
Panel session ‘Healthy Life’ Programme Physical, emotional and social health as factors behind harmonious development are an integral part of the unified public health system and imply the need to develop an effective system of state management for the given sphere. Public health is a sphere of inter-departmental collaboration requiring development of systemic approaches to managing and monitoring the situation taking into account the needs and potential of all groups of stakeholders: the population, the state, businesses, NPOs and so on. Considering the strategic national priorities, it is vital to introduce a social model for strengthening public health at the regional and municipal level as a factor for long-term economic growth. One pressing task is also to develop educational and training standards for specialists in public health improvement. What institutional approaches exist to managing public health and what role do regional and municipal authorities play? How is the role of public health perceived by the Russian populace? What do businesses request and need? How can the personnel potential be assessed for realizing the strategic goal of strengthening public health? What is the role of NPOs as a key stakeholder in the system for forming public health?
Moderator:
Alexey Rashodchikov — Fund Co-chairman, City (Gorod) Moscow Centre of Urban Studies; Deputy Director for External Communications, Mosinzhproekt JSC
Panellists:
Oleg Kuvshinnikov — Governor of the Vologda Region
Mr. Kuvshinnikov was born in Cherepovets in 1965. He was actively involved in sport in his childhood and youth. He is a candidate master of sports in hockey. 1982 – Began working at Cherepovets Metallurgical Plant. 1985–1987 – Served in the Soviet Army. Military rank – sergeant. 1987 – Worked at Cherepovets Metallurgical Plant as the operator of the 250 Mill in the rolling shop. 1994 – Foreman of the rolling shop, then head of the 250 Mill and later deputy head of the production shop. 2000 – Head of the rolling shop. 2002 – Head of Sheet Rolling Shop No. 1. 2002–2006 – Deputy of the Cherepovets City Duma and Chairman of the Urban Affairs Committee. 2003 – Member of the United Russia party. 2004–2005 – Member of the Board of Directors of Severstal. 2004–2006 – Director of Social Amenities at Severstal. 2006 – First Deputy Mayor and acting Mayor of Cherepovets. 2007 – Elected Mayor of Cherepovets (65.3% of votes). 2007 – Member of the political council presidium of the Vologda regional branch of the United Russia party. December 2011 – Governor of the Vologda Region. May 17, 2014 – Acting Governor of the Vologda Region. September 23, 2014 – Elected Governor of the Vologda Region (62.98% of votes). Education: 1991 – Yaroslavl College of Soviet Trade. 1994 – St. Petersburg Trade and Economics Institute. 1999 – State University of Management in the ‘Production Management’ programme (Moscow). 2002 – Completed a training course in a corporate programme for the training of ‘Top 100’ managers. 2005 – Completed training in a MBA programme at the Academy of National Economy under the Russian Government.
Yelena Mikhailova — Adviser to the General Director, Russian Public Opinion Research Centre
Sergey Morozov — First Deputy Chairman, Committee of the Russian State Duma on Regional Policy and Local Self-Government
Sergey Rybalchenko — General Director, Scientific and Public Expert Evaluation Institute; Chair, Commission for Demography and the Protection of Family, Children, and Traditional Family Values, Public Chamber of the Russian Federation
Mr. Rybalchenko is General Director of the Institute for Research and Community Expert Evaluation, head of the working group for social policy under the Russian Government Expert Board, member of the Community Council at the Russian Ministry of Labour and Social Protection, as well as the Russian Public Labour Board. He graduated from the Bauman Moscow State Technical School (1987) and from the postgraduate course of the National Research Institute Higher School of Economics (2010), Candidate of Economics.
1992 to 2006: worked in local government bodies and, since 2006, has been active in public and research work as an expert in strategic planning, family and demographic policy. He has authored 25 scholarly articles, including 4 monographs. The Institute for Research and Community Expert Evaluation serves as an umbrella for leading experts in family and demographic policies, performing expert evaluation of the regulatory impact of the legislation and managerial decisions.
Oleg Salagay — Deputy Minister of Health of the Russian Federation
Oleg Salagay, Candidate of Medical Sciences, Director of the Department of Public Health and Communications of the Ministry of Healthcare of the Russian Federation, Press Secretary of the Minister of Healthcare of the Russian Federation Veronika Skvortsova.
Born on 3 October 1983 in Irkutsk (Irkutsk Oblast).
In 2005, graduated with honours from Irkutsk State Medical University.
In 2006, graduated with honours from the Academy of Labour and Social Relations, Department of Law.
In 2010, graduated with honours from the Diplomatic Academy of Russian Foreign Ministry.
In 2011, received a Master’s Degree in European Law from Moscow State Institute of International Relations (MGIMO University) under the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation.
Oleg Salagay is a member of many working groups under the auspices of the World Health Organization, BRICS, and bilateral cooperation. He is Chairman of the Conference of the Parties to the Framework Convention on Tobacco Control.
Viktor Cherepov — Executive Vice President, Russian Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs (RSPP)
Front row participants:
Irina Ilyina — Faculty of Urban and Regional Development, Institute for Regional Studies and Urban Planning, Higher School of Economics; Professor, Faculty of Urban and Regional Development, Vysokovsky Higher School of Urban Studies
Anastasia Tanicheva — Executive Director, Russian Society of Cardiology
18 June 15:00–16:00
 Pavilion F, Healthy Life Area
Broadcast
International Diplomatic and Business Protocol, Business Etiquette
Panel session ‘Healthy Life’ Programme