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Joe Muradov

Joe Muradov, MD

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Specializing in General Surgery
  • One Health
Year joined staff:


  • English
  • Korean
  • Russian
  • Turkish
  • Uzbek

Education & Training


Second Tashkent State Medical Institute, Diploma of General Physician


Republican Center of Emergency Medicine, Neurosurgery
University of Louisville, General Surgery

Honors, Awards, etc.

  • Vascular Surgery Service Award (Louisville, 2017)
  • Vascular Surgery Service Award (Louisville, 2015)
  • Medtronic Korea scholarship for spinal surgery international fellow (South Korea, 2018)
  • Young Scientist Award Conference of Republican Emergency medicine network (Tashkent, 2002)
  • Proctor & Gamble and Uzbekistan Dermatology Society Medical student award (Uzbekistan, 2000)
  • Institutional student’s Scientific club award on General Surgery - Second Tashkent State Medical Institute (Uzbekistan, 1997)
  • Winner of institutional contest on chemistry and biological chemistry - Second Tashkent State Medical Institute (Uzbekistan, 1995)
  • Winner of National Olympiad on Chemistry among high school students (Uzbekistan, 1994)

Physician Profile

Dr. Muradov and his family

Dr. Muradov and family

Many physicians that make their home in Muhlenberg County have roots here, but Dr. Joe Muradov is just planting seeds. He’s new to the area but plans to stick around for the long haul. Read on: Joe Muradov: New doc on the block - Sep. 5, 2019



  • ATLS
  • ACLS
  • FLS
  • FES

Research Interest

  • Laboratory of Innovative Factor-based Therapies
  • Cancer stem cell laboratory
  • Neurosurgery and Immunology


  • Muradov J. M., Ewan, E. E., Hagg, T. (2013). Dorsal column sensory axons degenerate due to impaired microvascular perfusion after spinal cord injury in rats. Experimental Neurology, 249, 59–73.
  • Muradov J. M., Hagg, T. (2013). Intravenous Infusion of Magnesium Chloride Improves Epicenter Blood Flow during the Acute Stage of Contusive Spinal Cord Injury in Rats. Journal of Neurotrauma, 30(10), 840–852.

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