Sasho Stoleski


Sasho Stoleski graduated at the Medical Faculty in Skopje in 2002 and obtained a Master degree in 2009, and Ph.D. degree in 2016. He is actively engaged in the educational process of the students of medicine, nurses, physiotherapists, and logopedists. He is employed in the Institute of Occupational Health of the Republic of Macedonia in the Center for respiratory functional diagnostics. At present, he is Scientific Research Associate within the Chair of Occupational Medicine, Medical Faculty in Skopje. He is specialist in Occupational Medicine and sub-specialization in pulmology and allergology. Actively involved in the research, expert’s and scientific work of the Institute, dealing with actual challenges in occupational health, principles of functional diagnostics of respiratory system, occupational pulmology and Allergology, industrial toxicology, ecology of work, and workplace risk assessment. He is a National Secretary of International Commission on Occupational Health (ICOH), and member of Macedonian Society of Occupational Health, Macedonian Respiratory Society, Macedonian Society of Basic, Clinical Immunology and Allergology, European Respiratory Society, European Academy of Allergy and Clinical Immunology. He is the author and co-author of more than 170 titles published in domestic and international journals.

Research Interests:

His research interests mainly focus on occupational health, dealing with actual challenges in occupational medicine, Principles of functional diagnostics of respiratory system, Occupational pulmology and allergology, Industrial toxicology, Non-communicable diseases, Occupational and work-related diseases, Vulnerable and under-served groups of workers, Workplace risk assessment, and Industrial toxicology.

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