Main research areas: the definition of a hormonal imbalance in patients with chronic dermatoses, the study of trace element and vitamin metabolism status in patients with psoriasis, the development of new methods of diagnosis and treatment of chronic inflammatory diseases of the urinary tract chlamydial etiology. 5 Ph.D. theses. Published more than 800 scientific works, including 3 monographs. Organized and conducted four scientific-practical conference on topical issues of dermatology. Published 4 Proceedings. A number of student research papers were awarded diplomas of the national competition.

The Staff of the Department of Dermatovenerology are actively working to attract students to participate in research work. There is Students’ Scientific Society, Clinical Residency and postgraduate course at the department. Educational work is a part of a single purposeful process of education at the Department.

The Staff of the Department of Dermatovenerology provide assistance to practical health care: organize daily morning conferences, regularly carry out patient examinations, consult patients sent by regional and city medical institutions, and provide also consulting assistance to the dermatovenerological health care providing institution of Brest region.

In the recent period 6 candidate's theses have been defended at the Department of Dermatovenerology. More than 900 research works, including 6 monographs, have been published. 5 scientific and practical conferences on topical issues of dermatovenerology were organized and held. 5 collections of works were published.

The main research areas of the Department are as follows: the detection of hormonal imbalance in patients with chronic dermatoses; the study of vitamin and micronutrient metabolism in patients with psoriasis; the elaboration of new methods of diagnosis and treatment of chronic inflammatory chlamydial etiology diseases of the urinary tract.