Jordan B. Minov, MD MSc PhD, specialist in internal medicine and occupational medicine, sub-specialist in pulmology and allergy, has achieved his graduated and post-graduated degree at the Medical Faculty, University “Sts. Cyrilus and Method” in Skopje. Employed at the Institute for Occupational Health of R. North Macedonia, Skopje, as a Head of the Department for Physiology of Work. Full professor at the Medical Faculty, Skopje, and Chief of the Chair for Occupational Medicine.
Obstructive airway diseases, occupationally-related respiratory diseases, respiratory functional diagnostics, and public health aspects of the respiratory diseases are the fields of his special scientific interest.
Author of the monographs “Lung and Pleural Diseases Related to Occupational Exposures” (Skopje, 2009), “Spirometry” (Skopje, 2010), “Smoking among Macedonian Workers” (Saarbrücken, 2013), “COPD and the Workplace” (New York, 2016), and “Spirometry in the Diagnosis and Monitoring of the Respiratory Diseases” (Skopje, 2021). Author of the chapter “Work-Related Asthma” in the E-book “Asthma” (www.smgebooks.com). Co-author of the monograph “Occupational Medicine”, ed. J. Karadzinska-Bislimovska (Skopje, 2011).
Researcher in the Global Allergy and Asthma European Network (GA2LEN) Survey and in the Survey Follow-up Study from the Skopje centre (2007-2010). Team leader of the Skopje Data Collection Centre within the Study EMBARC: The European Bronchiectasis Registry (2015-2019) and in the project “COPD and Occupational Exposures” funded by Medical Faculty, Skopje (2018-2021).