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Our scientists
Sergey Kasparov
Area of research: Physiological Genomics of Central Cardio-Vascular Control.
Yuriy Pankratov
Areas of research: - Role for neuronal-glial communication in brain disorders and brain ageing with particular focus pathological signaling mediated by astroglial NMDA and P2X receptors; - Expression pattern and functional properties of glutamate and ATP receptors in brain astrocytes.
Mikhail Yakimov
National Research Council, Rome
Areas of research: Microbial Ecology, DNA, RNA.
Friederike Klempin
Areas of research: Neurobiology, Neuros cience, Angiotensin System
Ilya Kublanov
Areas of research: Metabolism, ecology, phylogeny and evolution of thermophilic and hyperthermophilic microorganisms. Extracellular hydrolytic enzymes from thermophiles.
Peter Kamensky
Area of research: Molecular biology
Sergey Antipov
Area of research: Biophysics of non-ionizing radiation
Natalia Shusharina
Areas of research: modern physical methods of diagnosis of micro- and nanostructures, mass spectrometry, scanning electron microscopy, actual problems and methods of biotechnology.
Ilya Mazunin
The head of the laboratory of molecular genetic technologies
Stepan Toshchakov
The head of the laboratory of genetics of microorganisms
Vitaly Kasymov
The head of the laboratory of neurobiology and medical physics
Danil Borchevkin
Areas of research: IoT, M2M, Biomedical engineering
Oksana Tuchina
Areas of research: the structure, features of development and functioning of subventricular zones of the brain, radial glia, interaction between the nervous and immune systems, research of cellular interactions in the astrocyte-neuron system.
Vladimir Savinov
Areas of research: robotics, computer vision, machine learning, AI
Alexey Belousov
Areas of research: electronics, mechatronics, robotics
Zhukov Valery
Areas of research: Cellular and molecular mechanisms of light sensitivity of invertebrates. 50 scientific articles in domestic and foreign journals.

Bulychev Alexander
Areas of research: Organic synthesis, asymmetric synthesis of amino acids, research of amber, food chemistry.
Grishanov Gennady
Areas of research: Ecology, ornithology, bird biodiversity, ecological Monitoring, bird protection, organization of specially protected areas
Petrenko Dmitry
Areas of research: Lichenology, floristics, ecology, rare species.

Goncharov Andrei
Areas of research: Fundamental and Clinical Immunology And allergology. Cell technologies. Healthy lifestyle. Food Of the population. Epidemiology.
Fedurayev Pavel
Areas of research: Phenolic metabolism of higher plants. Secondary metabolism of higher plants. Redox Biology and Redox Homeostasis Photoautotrophs. Substrate Stimulation of secondary biosynthesis Plant metabolites.
Skrypnik Lyubov
Areas of research: Physiology and biochemistry of plants, Redox regulation of cellular processes, Mineral nutrition of plants, Antioxidant and vitamin values Products of plant origin
Funtikov Valery
Areas of research: The eutectoid model of vitrification. Topological model of structure formation in glassy objects. Electron-configuration model of glass formation. Polyazeotropic model of the formation of amorphous films. Physico-chemical synthesis (physico-chemical design) of vitreous objects.
Ponomareva Evgenia
Areas of research: Ontogenetic features of the associative activity of the human brain
Kudikina Natalya
Areas of research: Problems of the evolution of integrative apparatus in animals. Features of the development and organization of the endocrine system Invertebrate animals of different phylogenetic groups. Ecological and biochemical aspects of reproductive strategies Hydrobionts of different phylogenetic and indicator groups. Creation of modern environmental and monitoring Technology based on ongoing molecular research.
Now we are working on
We are working on searching for new ways of treatment of gliomas and medulloblast with the help of molecular modifiers of cellular functions.
We are working on searching for new molecular targets of glial cells.
We are working on transdifferentiation of astrocytes for therapeutic purposes.
We are working on research of transcriptomic profiles for searching for therapeutic targets of psychiatric diseases.
We are working on searching for new enzymes for selective modification of specified functions.
We are working on searching for specified functional characteristics of glial activity through different data analysis.
Directions of researches
  • The study of molecular features of the functioning of non-neuronal brain structures.

  • The study of extreme ecosystems to search for new active biomolecules for the purpose of their further applications in scientific research.

  • Different technologies for editing genomes.

  • Neurogenesis and transdifferentiation of neuronal cells.

Robot – cockroach
The length of the cockroach is less than 10 centimeters. It can develop a speed of up to 30 centimeters per second and it is able to carry a cargo weighing 10 grams (it is like a camera). The robot is equipped with photosensitive sensors and it has a system of contact and non-contact sensors. It is necessary for finding and avoiding obstacles.

It is the first time when scientists have created so small and so qualitative electronic insect which imitate a natural prototype. Robot – cockroach was developed by order of the Russian organization. In addition, its behavior does not cause any suspicion.

The only prototype of the Russian micro-scout is the South American Blaberus Giganteus. Scientists and engineers were working on this robotic copy for about 7 months.

The sensor of health
This device allows you to turn on your computer or start the program on your smartphone instead of visiting a doctor. The sensor called "Scat" monitors the bioelectric activity of the brain and muscle fibers. You can instantly see you obtained data on the screen.
Mobile Physiotherapist
A doctor or patient can control the rehabilitation after the stroke or spine trauma. A sportsman has an opportunity to prepare for competitions more productive. The program determines the optimal level of load or identifies muscle disruptions.