CHEMICAL ENZYMOLOGY DIVISION
LABORATORY OF PHYSICO-CHEMICAL ASPECTS OF ENERGY BIOCONVERSION
BIOLUMINESCENCE: PRINCIPLES AND APPLICATIONS
BIOINFORMATICS, COMPUTATIONAL BIOLOGY
Master's Degree (excellent) in Chemical Enzymology, 1992, Chemistry Department, Moscow State University.
Graduate Program, 1992-1995, Chemistry Department, Moscow State University. I expect to obtain the Ph.D. degree this year.
RESEARCH AND PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE:
1995-present: research engineer, Chemistry Department, Moscow State University
1992-1995: Graduate student, Chemistry Department, Moscow State University
1993-present: reviewer-translator, Russian State Institute of Scientific Information, Computational Biology Division.
First bonus at student conference in analytical chemistry section (1989).
Second bonus at student conference in enzymology and chemical kinetics section (1990).
The member of Chemistry Faculty Council (student representative), 1989-1990
Lenin scholarship (highest student scholarship in Soviet high education). 1990.
ISF (Soros) Grants, 1994-1995
Structure and functional analysis of protein sequences:
Also, I apply a new statistical approach to analysis of dependence of functional property on amino acid composition in a peptide set. It is especially promising for identifying key residues (mostly influencing on properties) in random peptide libraries and protein families divided by functional, evolution, or other criteria.
Chemical Enzymology Division, Chemistry Department,
Moscow State University, Moscow, 119899 Russia
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