|1952-1953: doctor in Veshenskaya
stanitsa, Rostov region.
1953 - 1955: head of the ophtalmology
department at the Lysva hospital, Perm region.
1955: registrar at the eye diseases
department of the Rostov-on-Don Medical College.
1957: end of his studies there.
1957: head of the clinical department of
the Ghelmgolts Research Institute of Eye Diseases
1957: joined the CPSU.
1960: performed a unique operation for the
artificial lens transplant.
1961-1967: head of the eye diseases
department at the Arkhangelsk Medical College.
1967: Re-appointed to Moscow at the decree
of the USSR Ministry of Health .Head of the eye
deseases department and the artificial lens
transplant laboratory at the 3-d Moscow Medical
1969: cornea transplant operations.
1973:New approach to glaucoma treatment at
an early stage.
1974 : first operations in the country to
treat and correct shortsightedness.
1974-1980: director of the Moscow Research
Experimental and Clinical Eye Surgery laboratory.
1980: founder and General Director of the Eye
Microsurgery Institute .
1986 and on: General Director of the Eye
Microsurgery Scientific-Technical Enterprize.
1989-1991: the USSR peoples' deputy and
member of the USSR Supreme Council's commission
on economic reform.
1991 and on: member of the Supreme
Consultative-Coordinative council under the
chairman of the Russian Supreme council.
1991:discontinued his CPSU membership and
joined the Democratic party of Russia.
October 1991: candidate to the post of
Russia's Prime-Minister. Refused to take up the
June 1992: co-chairman of the Economic
Freedom Party and chairman of the EFP Political
Council. September,1992: promoted to the
post of the Moscow Mayor by the Economic Freedom
Party but refused to run for the post.
1993:. left the Economic Freedom Party.
1993: S.F. ran for the 5-th State Duma on
the Russian Democratic Reforms movement's ballot.
But the movement didn't get the 5 percent of
votes necessary for representation in the State
According to the daily "Moskovskaya
Pravda" , on July,15 1994 made a
statement to form a new political party -
September, 1994:a member of the United
Social-Democratic movement's organizing committee
chaired by Alexander N. Yakovlev.
January, 28 1995:Convened an inaugural
Congress of the "National Self-Government
Party" where he was elected chairman of the
party's Supreme Council.
January 1995: announced his Presidential
bid to the June, 16 1996 elections.
December 1995: stood for the State Duma on
the National Self-Government Party's federal list
. Also represented the 33-d single-mandate region
of Cheboksary, Chuvash republic.
The "National Self-Governmnent party"
didn't get the 5 per cent of votes necessary for
the State Duma representation. However S.F. was
elected deputy of the 6-th State Duma of the
Russian Federation on the 33-th Cheboksar
single-mandate list, the Chuvas h republic.
January 1996: became a member of the State
Duma's Committee on Health Care.
January,11 1996: declared his readiness to
struggle for the Presidential post.
February,9 1996: the Central Electoral
Commission of the Russian Federation registered
the initiative group of voters who nominated
Fyodorov to the post of the Russian President. On
April,19 S.Fyodorov was registered by the Central
Electoral Commission as a Presidential candidate
at the June,16 elections.