Marina M. Pearsall, M.D., Ph.D.

drmarinaEducation & Training
Professional Experience
Membership in Professional Organizations
Patents
Publications
Presentations


Education & Training

Saint Joseph Medical Center
Chicago, IL
Residency in Internal Medicine
1993 – 1996

Central Scientific and Research Laboratory of the Fourth Main
Department Health Ministry, USSR
Moscow, USSR
Degree earned: Ph.D. – Medicine
1986

Central Research Institute of N. V. Sclifosovsky
Moscow, USSR
Degree earned: Fellow of Cardiology
1983

Moscow Medical and Dental Institute
Moscow, USSR
Degree earned: MD with Honors
1981

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Professional Experience

Internal Medicine
Longevity Centres of America
Houston, TX and Denver, CO
1/02 – Present

Internal Medicine
Pearsall Medical and Bariatrics, PA
Houston, TX
1998 – Present

Internal Medicine
C. J. Campbell, MD
Houston, TX
1997 – 1998

Internal Medicine
Pearsall Medical and Bariatrics, Ltd.
Arlington Heights, IL
1997

Internal Medicine
Medicine Ltd.
Arlington Heights, IL
1996 – 1997

Acting Chief, Department of Cardiology
Central Hospital of the Academy of Science
Moscow, USSR
1987 – 1988

Cardiologist, Department of Cardiology
Central Hospital of the Academy of Science
Moscow, USSR
1983 – 1987

Research Cardiologist, Department of Cardiology
Central Scientific and Research Laboratory of the Fourth Main
Department Health Ministry, USSR
Moscow, USSR
1983 – 1988

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Memberships in Professional Organizations

American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine (A4M)
Sexual Medicine Society of North America (SMSNA)

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Patents

Dr. Marina Pearsall’s patents under the name of M. Generalov:

M. Generalov, “Method of Synchronized Quantitative Determination of Central and Regional Hemodynamics by Polychannel Impedansplethysmography.”
Certificate #358
February, 1984

M. Generalov, “Method of Determining Cerebral Blood Flow by Polychannel Impedansplethysmography.”
Certificate #356
February, 1984

M. Generalov, “Central Processing Unit for Synchronized Polychannel Impedansplethsmography.”
Certificate #357
February, 1984

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Publications

A. Golikov, M. Generalov, V. Estrin, “Assessment of the Efficiency of Hypotensive Treatment for Hypertensive Crises in Geriatric Patients.”
Monthly Journal of the USSR Cardiology Society, 1987, vol. 9, pp. 9-13, Moscow.

M. Generalov, A. Golikov, “The Urgent Therapy for Geriatric Patients with Hypertensive Crises.”
1987, 20 pages, Moscow.

M. Generalov, A. Golikov, “The Mechanism of Hypotensive Action of Clofeline in Different Hemodynamic Types of Hypertensive Crisis.”
Emergency Medicine, 1986, pp. 104-114, The Fourth Main Department, Ministry of Health, USSR, Moscow.

M. Generalov, “The Therapy of Hypertensive Crises in Geriatric Patients According to the Status of Central and Regional Hemodynamics During Prehospital Stage.”
Doctoral, 1986, 223 pages.

M. Generalov, “Action Features of Clofeline on the Central and Regional Hemodynamics in Geriatric Patients with Hypertensive Crisis.”
Intensive Therapy in Urgent Cardiology, 1985, pp. 125-134, Republic Collected Scientific Works, Moscow.

V. Estrin, M. Generalov, V. Mkrtschen, P. Sharaev, “The Use of Differential Methods of Therapy in Urgent Cardiological Conditions in Geriatric Patients During the Prehospital Stage.”
Intensive Therapy in Emergency Cardiology, 1985, pp. 119-125,
Republic Collected Scientific Works, Moscow.

M. Generalov, A. Golikov, V. Estrin, “Features of the Central and Regional Hemodynamics in Hypertensive Crisis in Geriatric Patients.”
Monthly Journal of USSR Scientific Medical Society, 1985, vol. 7, pp. 3-7, Moscow.

M. Generalov, V. Estrin, “Differential Therapy of Hypertensive Crisis in Patients During Prehospital Stage.”
Report Thesis of the Third Russian National Cardiology Congress, 1985, pp. 523-524, Sverdlovsk.

M. Generalov, A. Golikov, “The Approach to Therapy of Hypertensive Crisis in Patients over Sixty.”
The Report Thesis of the Third Russian National Cardiologic Congress, 1985, vol. 10, pp. 1212-1215, Sverdlovsk.

M. Generalov, “Distinctive Features of the Central and Regional Circulation During Hypertensive Crisis in Geriatric Patients.”
Diagnostics and Treatment of the Ischemic Disease of the Heart, 1984, pp. 113-121, Republic Collected Scientific Works, Moscow.

M. Generalov, V. Estrin, “Hypertonic Crisis: The Differential Treatment in Patients Over Sixty.”
Diagnostics and Treatment of the Ischemic Disease of the Heart, 1984, pp. 105-113, Republic Collected Scientific Works, Moscow.

A. Golikov, M. Generalov, “Diagnostics and Therapy Tactics in Hypertensive Crisis in Old Persons.”
Medical Newspaper, December, 1984, Moscow.

A. Golikov, M. Generalov, “Hypertensive Crisis in Geriatric Patients.”
Medical Newspaper, November, 1984, Moscow.

M. Generalov, V. Estrin, “The Use of Polychannel Impedanceplethysmography in Patients with Hypertensive Crisis During a Prehospital Stage.”
Emergency Cardiology, 1983, pp.
74-89, Republic Collected Scientific Works, Moscow.

M. Pearsall, “Intravenous Vitamin C Protects from the Flu Without Vaccine.”
Jewish Herald-Voice, vol.XCVI no.40, December 9, 2004 – 26 Kislev 5765, p26, Houston, TX.

M. Pearsall, “Hormone Balancing Plays an Important Role in Anti-Aging Rgimen.”
Houston Business Journal, vol. 35 no. 31 week of December 10-16, 2004, p30, Houston, TX.

M. Pearsall, “How Intravenous Vitamin C Protects from the Flu Without the Vaccine.”
Medical Journal – Houston, vol. 2, issue 10, December 2004, p12, Houston, TX.

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Presentations

  • Moscow Cardiology Society, 1987, 1986, and 1985.
  • The Third Russian National Cardiology Congress, 1985.
  • The Scientific Conference of the Fourth Main Department of Health Ministry, 1985.
  • The Moscow Section of the Medical Society, 1985.
  • The Twelfth, Thirteenth, and Fourteenth Moscow Conferences of the Young Scientists, 1983, 1984, and 1985.
  • Moscow Section of the Emergency Medical Society, 1983 and 1984.

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