Aleksandr Nikolaevich BUGAY
Director, Laboratory of Radiation Biology
Doctor of Physical and Mathematical Sciences
Date and place of birth: 7 April 1983, Gvardeisk, Kaliningrad region, USSR.
Education and degrees: Kaliningrad State University, Physics Department (2000-2005); Postgraduate study at Immanuel Kant Russian State University, Kaliningrad (2005-2008);Candidate of Physical and Mathematical Sciences, thesis: "Quasi-one-dimensional solitary waves in solids" (2008); Doctor of Physical and Mathematical Sciences, thesis: "Nonlinear interaction of quasimonochromatic and broadband pulses in anisotropic media" (2019).
Professional career: Researcher of the Laboratory of Radiation Biology, JINR (2008-2015); Head of a Sector, JINR LRB (2015-2019); JINR LRB Director (since 2019).
Organizational activity: Member of organizing committees of international workshops and conferences.
Educational activity: Professor, Biophysics Department, Dubna University; supervisor of diploma theses; lecturer at international schools.
Scientific interests: Monte Carlo simulation of the interaction of charged particles with biological systems; Modeling DNA repair and radiation-induced mutagenesis; Modeling radiation-induced disturbances in the functioning of neural networks; Nonlinear dynamics of biomolecules; Effect of terahertz radiation on biological systems; Generation of terahertz radiation; Extremely short laser pulses; Nonlinear waves and solitons.
Scientific publications: Author and co-author of more than 130 papers.
Grants and awards: 2006-2012, Dynasty Foundation fellowship and grant holder (theoretical physics); Since 2005, co-researcher in several grants from the Russian Foundation for Basic Research (physics, radiation biology); Since 2017, principal researcher in a grant from the Russian Science Foundation (mathematics); 2018, JINR Prize for the series of works "A study of the nonlinear dynamics of the terahertz waves in condensed matter and living systems".
Evgeny Aleksandrovich KRASAVIN
LRB Scientific Leader
Corresponding Member of the Russian Academy of Sciences; Doctor of Biological Sciences; Professor
Head, Department of Biophysics, Dubna University
Date and place of birth: 20 April 1942, Dubna, Moscow Region, USSR.
Education and degrees: Ivanovo State Medical Institute (1959-1965); Postgradudate study at the Institute of Biomedical Problems of the USSR Ministry of Health (1968-1971); Candidate of Medical Science, thesis "Radiobiological Effects of Heavy Ions and a Study of the Action of Modifying Factors" (1971); Doctor of Biological Science, thesis "Mechanisms Underlying the Differences in the Biological Effectiveness of Radiations with Different Physical Characteristics" (1985); Professor (1989); RAS Corresponding Member, Department of Physiology and Fundamental Medicine, specialty: Medical Radiobiology (2011).
Professional career: Researcher at the Institute of Biomedical Problems of the USSR Ministry of Health (1971-1980); Senior Researcher at the Laboratory of Nuclear Problems (LNP), JINR (1980-1985); Head of the Biology Research Sector, LNP, JINR (1985-1988); Head of the Biophysics Department, LNP, JINR (1988-1995); Head of the Department of Radiation and Radiobiological Research, JINR (1995-2005); Director of the Laboratory of Radiation Biology (LRB), JINR (2005-2019); LRB Scientific Leader (since 2019).
Scientific and organizational activity: Member of the RAS Scientific Councils on Radiobiology and Heavy Ion Physics; Member of the Science and Technology Coordination Council of the Russian Federal Space Agency; Member of organizing committees of international workshops and conferences; Member of editorial boards of a number of scientific journals.
Educational activity: Head of the Department of Biophysics, Dubna University (since 1998); supervisor of theses and diploma theses and Candidate's dissertations; lecturer at international schools.
Research interests: Biological action of ionizing radiations with different physical characteristics; Radiobiological effects; Radiation-induced mutagenesis; Cytogenetic effects of low radiation doses; Action of accelerated ions on the structures and functions of the central nervous system; Mathematical modeling of biophysical systems.
Publications: Author and co-author of more than 270 papers and 3 monographs.
Awards and honors: Honorary Commemorative Medal "For Services to Science and JINR" (2011); NASA's Group Achievement Award with the LRO Team (2010); JINR Prizes (2009, 2008, 1999, 1991, 1987, 1981); JINR Honorary Diploma for many years fruitful activity (1996); 1st-class Medal of the Order "For Merit to the Fatherland" (2018); Kublai Khan Gold Medal (the highest award of the Mongolian Academy of Sciences (2013); Gagarin Medal for Services to Russian Cosmonautics (2011); Honorary Badge "Russian Federation's Distinguished Person of Science and Technology" (2006); Medal "50 Years of Poland's Membership in JINR" (2006); Honorary Title "Moscow Region's Distinguished Person of Science and Technology" (2001); 2nd-class Medal of the Order "For Merit to the Fatherland" (1996);
2nd-class Medal of the Order "For the Service for Homeland", Second class (2012).
Gennady Nikolaevich TIMOSHENKO
Deputy Director for Science, Laboratory of Radiation Biology
Doctor of Physical and Mathematical Sciences, Professor.
Date and place of birth: 27 October 1946, Pyatigorsk, Stavropol Krai, USSR.
Education: Moscow Engineering Physics Institute (1971); Candidate of Physical and Mathematical Sciences, thesis "Experimental Research on the Differential Characteristics of High-Energy Nucleon Fields at the JINR Synchrophasotron and Synchrocyclotron" (1986); Doctor of Physical and Mathematical Sciences, thesis "Nucleon Radiometry in Radiation Fields Generated by Heavy Charged Particle Accelerators"(2005).
Professional career: engineer; senior engineer; scientist of the JINR Department of Radiation Safety and Research (1970-1996); scientist; Deputy Scientific Secretary; Scientific Secretary of the JINR Division of Radiation and Radiobiological Research (1996-2005); Deputy Director for Science of the JINR Laboratory of Radiation Biology (since 2005).
Administrative activity: Member of the Dissertation Council of the JINR Laboratory of High Energy Physics (since 2006).
Educational activity: Professor at the Department of Biophysics, Dubna University (since 2005); lecturing, supervision of diploma theses and Candidate's dissertations.
Scientific interests: Experimental physics, radiation protection physics, dosimetry, neutron spectroscopy in a wide energy range, design of radiation safety systems for nuclear physics facilities.
Scientific publications: Author and co-author of more than 140 papers.
Participant of the Chernobyl accident elimination (1986).
Oleg Aleksandrovich BAKERIN
Deputy Director for General Affairs
Igor Vladimirovich KOSHLAN
Candidate of Biological Sciences
Phone: +7 49621-62577
Fax: +7 49621-65948