Plenary lectures

Prof. Stephen J. O’Brien

The taming of the cat

http://dobzhanskycenter.spbu.ru/en/archives/staff/stephen-j-o-brien


Prof. Adam S. Wilkins

Examining two developmental hypotheses on the “domestication syndrome” from genomic data

http://www.pangeaworld.com/core_team_wilkins.htm


Prof. Ilya A. Zakharov-Gezekhus

Genetic principles of gene pool conservation of domesticated animal species

 http://zakharovgezekhus.ru/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=47&Itemid=28

 


Prof. Pierre Mormede

Molecular genetics of the adrenocortical axis and breeding for robustness 

https://www.mormede.com/english/about-me/



Prof. Moshe Szyf

DNA methylation mediating the impact of experience on the phenotype

https://www.mcgill.ca/pharma/facultystaff/faculty/moshe-szyf


Prof. Grigory Dianov

Cellular response to genetic instability caused by DNA repair deficiency

https://www.oncology.ox.ac.uk/research/grigory-dianov


Prof. Vladislav S. Baranov

Evolution of predictive medicine

http://humangenetics.conferenceseries.com/ocm/2016/vladislav-s-baranov-otto-research-institute-of-obstetrics-and-gynecology-st-petersburg-usa


Prof. Hans V. Westerhoff

Principles of systems biology and Dmitri Belyaev’s co-selection of traits

 http://www.uva.nl/en/profile/w/e/h.v.westerhoff/h.v.westerhoff.html

 


Prof. Igor Anatolievich Tikhonovich

Localizing microorganismal communities: plants advice

http://www.arriam.spb.ru/eng/LIST/TikhonovichIA2.html


Dr. Denis M. Larkin

Population structure, history of formation and signatures of selection in genomes of the native cattle breeds from Russia.

http://www.rvc.ac.uk/about/our-people/denis-larkin


EVENING PUBLIC LECTURE

 

Prof. Anatoly O. Ruvinsky

Genes and light: many years later

https://styluspub.presswarehouse.com/clients/cab/books/AuthorDetail.aspx?id=18328


Prof. Michael V. Ugrumov

Role of the brain in neurohumoral regulation of the development of the whole organism

Prof. M. Ugrumov