A.A. Turmuhambetova graduated with excellent marks Medical faculty of Karaganda State Medical Institute in 1992. She continued her scientific and pedagogical activity as assistant of Internal Diseases Department after finishing of clinical residency training on Hospital Therapy Department of KSMI in 1994. She defended the candidate thesis on specialty 14.00.19 – beam diagnostics, beam therapy in 1999. She was the Head of Beam Diagnostics Department of Physician Advancing Faculty of Kazakhstan State Medical Academy since 2000. She was the Head of Beam Diagnostics and Nuclear Medicine Department of Astana Republican Diagnostic center since 2007. She worked as Academic Secretary of Scientific and Research Institute of Traumatology and Orthopedics from 2010 till September 2012. She is the Vice-Principal on Scientific Work of KSMU from September 2012.
She completed the studying in Columbia University (USA) on scientific researches management in 2007. Thereafter she actively implements the international standards of scientific researches in Health. She reads the lectures on clinical epidemiology and biostatistics in the Republican Center of Health Development, Medical University “Astana”. She participates in scientific expertise of scientific and technical project programs. She studied in European Radiologist School (Graz, Austria).
She defended the thesis on specialty 14.00.19 – radiology in 2010.
A.A. Turmuhambetova realizes the researches in osteoporosis area, applied aspects of X-ray diagnostics using in clinical practice for long time.
She is the Head Editor of Journal “Medicine and Ecology”, an author of 1 monograph and 1 workbook, more than 50 printed works, 2 patents, a member of European Radiologist Association, Kazakhstan Radiation Therapeutist Association.
She was awarded by breast medal “Excellent Person of Health of the Republic of Kazakhstan” for services in medicine are and medical science development of the Republic of Kazakhstan, Honorary Certificates by the Minister of Health of the Republic of Kazakhstan.