Doctoral students do research at the Bioluminescent Biotechnology Laboratory under the supervision of Professor Valentina Kratasyuk. Their research focuses on studying the chemical nature of light emission by luminous bacteria and other luminous species, modeling the enzyme metabolism in cell hyaloplasm, developing new generations of bioluminescent biosensors for environmental monitoring and medical diagnostics and other issues of bioluminescence research.
Professor Valentina Kratasyuk’s research interests are mechanisms of bioluminescence, bioluminescent enzymatic biosensors, enzymatic toxicity bioassays, bioluminescent analysis, biotechnological design, biochemistry, science education, history of sciences, immobilization of enzymes.
Master’s degree in Biophysics, Biology, Biological Engineering, Physics, Ecology, Biochemistry, Chemistry, Bioinformatics, an adequate level of English proficiency (certificate or another document)
On-campus accommodation is available: single ensuite room 45 € per month, twin ensuite room 30 € per month.
Airport transfer, invitation letter for a Russian study visa and an optional survival course of Russian as a foreign language are provided by the University.
- Problems of Modern Biophysics 2 (72)
- Biophysics 2 (72)
- Processing of experimental data 3 (108)
- Methodology of Ph.D. Thesis Preparation 3 (108)
- Academic English 3 (108)
- Basic English 3 (108)
- Russian (fee will apply) 3 (108)
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