Stalbek currently works in the Western Province of Papua New Guinea as a TB Specialist - Care and Treatment. He has experience of working in public (in Kyrgyzstan) and non-government medical organisations ("Medecins Sans Frontieres”), in particular in the field of TB/HIV and public health. Stalbek has clinical and research interests in global and public health, medical ethics, TB/HIV and COVID-19.
- 2019–2020: MPH, University of Leeds, UK
- 2005–2007: Postgraduate Study in Neurology, Kyrgyz State Medical Institute of Postgraduate and Continuous Education, Kyrgyzstan
- 1999–2005: MBBS, Osh State University, Kyrgyzstan
- 2017–ongoing: Member of Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF) Association
- 2019/2020: Joint Japan World Bank Graduate Scholarship for Master’s Study in Public Health
- 2021–2022: Project Medical Referent, ‘Management of noncommunicable diseases, women's and children's health, environmental health’ project, MSF/Kyrgyzstan
- 2020–2021: Medical Activity Manager, ‘Management of noncommunicable diseases, women's and children's health, environmental health’ project, MSF/Kyrgyzstan
- 2016–2019: Medical Doctor Supervisor, ‘Drug-resistant TB’ project, MSF/Kyrgyzstan
- 2013–2016: Medical Doctor, ‘Drug-resistant TB’ project, MSF/Kyrgyzstan
- 2011–2013: Medical Doctor, Osh Regional Centre for Prevention and Control of AIDS, Kyrgyzstan
- 2007–2010: Neurologist, Batken Regional United Hospital, Kyrgyzstan.