Department of Physics is one of the oldest departments and organized simultaneously with the Institute in 1932. Considerable assistance in establishing the department in achieving its personnel and necessary equipment provided team Ufa Physics Institute and its director Professor KP Krause. Organized faculty research fellow of the Institute, EN Gribanov, was in charge of one of the laboratories FIM. EN Gribanov — a man with an interesting and difficult destiny. He was belogvardiyskim officer for some time led the counterintelligence Kolchak\’s army, then became the Soviet professor and head of the department. At the same time began working part-time lecturers at the department of physics: TS Safin, MN Kuptsov EI Selivanov, GT Valeev. In the future, Professor EN Gribanov to 1939 he headed the department at the medical institute, combining this work with the management of Department of General and Experimental Physics in Bashpedinstitute.
After the death EN Gribanova department, as in combination, led by professors from other schools of the city: KP Krause from agricultural (1939-1941 years.; 1943-1947 Gg.) Professor ND Margulis (1941-1943 Gg.) From the Ukrainian Academy of Medical Sciences, evacuated from Kiev, a senior lecturer ED EMAS (1947-1949 Gg.) From the pedagogical institute.
Since 1949, the Department of Physics po1981 led Professor AI Grudtsina. In those years under the supervision of AI Grudtsinoy studied the ionization of air in industrial plants and in the resorts of the Republic (Grudtsina AI, Kurmankaeva ZN).
Since 1982, the head of the department is the candidate Sci. , associate professor, later Dr. Sci. , Professor RS Nasibullin This year the main scientific direction of the department of physics was the study of the molecular mechanism of action of biologically active molecules on the cell membrane.
The present level of development of natural sciences and computer technology opens new opportunities approach to the biological activity of chemical compounds. The elementary composition of chemical compounds and the structure fully define the physical and chemical properties of molecules, including biological activity. Currently, the urgent need to challenge the establishment of communication theory: biological activity — the structure of the molecule, which can only be built on the basis of data on the molecular mechanism of action of biologically active substances.
As part of the problem of \»Structure of the molecule and its biological activity\» carried out research on the effects on the cellular phospholipids of some five-membered heterocyclic compounds containing nitrogen atom (Nasibullin RS, Zagitov GN).
The special role of *- electron system in the formation of complexes (Nasibullin RS, Seele MH, Kosarev DI).
The methods of quantum mechanics and nuclear magnetic resonance, the existence of three types of complexes in the interaction of molecules of pyrazole pyridine and their derivatives with cellular lecithin (Nasibullin RS, pieces of silver, MA). The department conducted the study of the molecular mechanism of action of dioxins and revealed their influence on the electronic structure of cellular phosphatidyl choline (Nasibullin RS, Baygulova OV) at the same time at the Department maintained the development of experimental techniques. In particular, put in the work of nuclear magnetic resonance on nuclei of phosphorus-31 (Setchenkov MS, Nasibullin RS).
Together with the Institute of Chemistry, Russian Academy of UC at the Department conducted the study of decay processes of negative ions, molecules, organic compounds, substances (AS Sultanov, Nasibullin RS).
Chair of active research for methods of teaching physics in medical schools.
Issued by the educational tools in higher mathematics and physics for students of extramural departments of pharmaceutical and DCG faculties (Nasibullin RS, Khaibullina IR, AS Sultanov).
In recent years the department staff has been implementing new methods of teaching physics in medical schools. In particular, the developed methods of distance learning students external students (Khaibullina IR, Zainutdinov VH, Kosarev DI).