Mongolian Academy of Sciences


Mongolian Academy of Sciences
P. O. Box, 596 Central Post
Ulaanbataar 13

Collaboration with IAMP  Young Physician Leaders Programme 

2013 YPL 
Dr Oyungoo Badamdorj


Dr Oyungoo Badamdorj is a dermatologist. She graduated Medical University of Mongolia as bachelor in Medicine in 1998. Graduated her master´s degree at HSUM, Medical doctor´s degree in 2010 and associate proffessor´s degree in 2013 respectively. She had worked as an officer in HSUM between 2005 to 2010 and as a senior officer since 2010. During this time she has successfully implemented and organized numbers of projects and events such as developing and evaluating curriculum, developing high education standard, improving student assesment method and getting accreditation for clinical skills development assesment etc. She participated in the long-term and short-term trainings and fellowship programs in different countries United Kingdom, Thailand, South Korea, China, Singapore and etc. She is also a talented writer and has published 3 core curriculums, 2 books and yearbooks and 13 handbooks contributed on many other publicities as an editor and consultant. She is a member  of Association of Medical education in Mongolia,  Member of “CBR – undergraduate curriculum”, member of Mongolian Coalition against TB and Member of National Gender Committee. She also works as a Secretary of Scientific committee of Medical education and consultant, coordinator and leader of numbers of projects such as „Establishing clinical skills center In HSUM“, „Simulation based clinical skills training“, „Faculty development“ „Improving training quality“ etc, cooperating with ADB, UN, and Global fund and has an excellent feedback about her leadership, teamwork, organizational skills from HSUM, students and every organizations whom she cooperates with. Now her research area is medical education and student assessment. She develops herself constantly not only in medical field but also economics and finance field. She studied in finance and economics school as a financial accountant as well. 

2011 YPL 


Dr. Dambadarjaa Davaalkham 

Dambadarjaa Davaalkham was born in 1977 in Mongolia. She graduated Health Sciences University of Mongolia as a bachelor in medicine in 2001. During 2003 and 2007 she studied in Japan where she got PhD degree in medicine. Davaalkham also has a Master Degree in Administration from the Mongolian Academy of Management.
She participated in the long-term and short-term trainings and fellowship programs in different countries such as the USA, United Kingdom, Germany, Japan, Malaysia, Taiwan, Thailand and etc.
Dr. D. Davaalkham is now the Head, Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics, School of Public Health of Health Sciences University of Mongolia (HSIJM) where she has been working since her graduation from the HSUM in 2001. Dr. Davaalkham speaks in English, Russian and Japanese.
She is a Member of Hepatitis B Expert Resource Panel (ERP), of the Western Pacific Regional Office of the World Health Organization. Also works as a scientific secretary of the Scientific Committee of the Health Sciences University of Mongolia and Assistant Editor of the Mongolian Journal of Health Sciences which is published in English. She is member of different international and local professional Associations.
According to her academic excellence, she was awarded as the best researcher and best lecturer by the Ministry of Health of Mongolia and Consortium of Universities and Institutions as well as her home University. Dr. Davaalkham was also awarded from International Organization such as American Public Health Organization.
Her research area is public health and epidemiology of communicable and non-communicable diseases. She conducted many projects as a principle investigator and has published over 20 papers in the international peer-reviewed journals and presented research abstracts in more than 60 international scientific meetings. Local publication is nearly 200.
In addition, Dr. Davaalkham supervised and graduated 5 PhD students and 15 master students so far.


IAMP Contact: 
Dr. Tserenkhuu Lkhagvasuren
Professor P. Nymadawa
(+976 99) 1123-06
(+976 99) 1451-807