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Биологический факультет БГУ - Кафедра физиологии человека и животных.    

Department of Human and Animal Physiology


ALEXANDER V. SIDOROV


Sidorov Alexander V.

Personal:

Born: 1974, Minsk, Belarus, male

Nationality: Belarusian

Mailing address: Department of Physiology, Belarusian State University, Nezhaleznasti Av., 4, 220030, Minsk, Belarus.

Phone: +375 17 209-58-06, Fax: +375 17 209-58-08

E-mail: sidorovbsu.by

Education & Degrees:

2018: Professor (Physiology) - Higher Attestation Commission of Belarus;

2013: Doctor of Sciences in Biology (Physiology and Neurobiology) - Institute of Physiology, National Academy of Sciences of Belarus and Higher Attestation Commission of Belarus, Dissertation title: "Nervous centers functional activity at volume transmission" ;

2005: Docent (Biology) - Higher Attestation Commission of Belarus;

2001: Candidate of Sciences (equivalent to Ph.D.) in Biology (Physiology) - Institute of Physiology, National Academy of Sciences of Belarus, Dissertation title: "Temperature dependence of Lymnaea stagnalis nervous system functional activity";

1996-1999: Department of Physiology, School of Biology, Belarusian State University, Minsk, Belarus (Post-Graduate Course);

1991-1996: School of Biology, Belarusian State University, Minsk, Belarus (5-year Education Diploma in Biology, with First Class Honours, equivalent to M.Sc. and a professional qualification for teaching in Higher Education, June 1996);

1981-1991: Secondary School № 32, Minsk, Belarus (School leaving certificate and Silver Medal)

Positions held:

2019: Visiting Professor (Erasmus+ Staff Mobility for Teaching); Department of Biomedical Science, Faculty of Biology and Pharmacy, University Of Cagliari, Cagliari, Italy

2014 – present: Professor; Department of Physiology, School of Biology, Belarusian State University, Minsk, Belarus

2004 – 2014: Docent (equivalent to U.S. Associate Professor); Department of Physiology, School of Biology, Belarusian State University, Minsk, Belarus

2003 – 2004: Research Fellow; MRC Dunn Human Nutrition Unit (at present: MRC Mitochondrial Biology Unit, University of Cambridge School of Clinical Medicine), Cambridge, UK

2000 – 2003: Assistant (equivalent to U.S. Assistant Professor); Department of Physiology, School Of Biology, Belarusian State University, Minsk, Belarus

Awards:

2018 – Honours Board, Belarusian State Iniversity;
2016 – Chancellor's Commendation, Belarusian State University;
2016 – Scholarship for Talanted Young Scientists (D.Sc. under 45);
2014 – A.N. Sevchenko Prize, Belarusian State University Pdf 1,37 Mb (in Russian);
2012 – Honorary Charter, Belarusian State University;
2007 – Charter, Belarusian State University;
2002 – Charter, Ministry of Defense, Republic of Belarus

Teaching experience:

Faculty lecture/practical* course (specialities "biology", "biochemistry", "microbiology", "ecology" and "biotechnology"): Human Anatomy (28h lectures, 30h practicals and 6h seminars), Developmental Biology (28h lectures, 20h practicals and 4h seminars);

Faculty lecture/practical course (speciality "biology", Master's degree): Neurobiology (34h lectures, 6h practicals and 2h seminars for Russian-speaking students; 24h lectures, 18h practicals and 12h seminars for English-speaking students);

Department lecture/practical course (speciality "biology"): Physiology of Intercellular Communication (26h lectures, 10h practicals and 4h seminars);

Supervising Professor for yearly projects and graduation thesises (3, successfully graduated - 37).

Scientific adviser for Undergraduates (1) and PhD students (1, successfully graduated - 2)

* - for each group of students

Research support grants:

2016-2020 : State Program for Scientific Researches "Convergence-2020" (task 3.10.2). Project name: “Design and creation of educational complex on Neurobiology”;

2016-2018 : State Program for Scientific Researches "Fundamental and Applied Sciences for Medicine" (task 1.08). Project name: “Membrane mechanisms of age-dependent changes in different types of neurons”;

2011-2015 : State Program for Scientific Researches "Convergence" (task 3.3.03.4). Project name: “Study of neurophysiological mechanisms underlying learning during bioradicals level changes in brain”;

2008-2010 : Research Grant from from Belarusian Republican Foundation for Fundamental Research (joint with the Institute of Higher Nervous Activity and Neurophysiology, Russian Academy of Sciences). Project name “Regulation of neuronal networks properties by free radicals” (# B08R-075);

2005-2007 : Youth Research Grant from Belarusian Republican Foundation for Fundamental Research “Synaptic conductance modulation in mollusk Lymnaea stagnalis nervous system during internal environment pH changes” (# B05M-055);

2003–2004 : Royal Society / NATO Postdoctoral Fellowship;

2002-2004 : Youth Research Grant from Belarusian Republican Foundation for Fundamental Research “pH-Dependent reactions in identified neurones of mollusc Lymnaea stagnalis” (# B02M-045).

Research interests:

Cell Physiology and Electrophysiology, Neurophysiology, Animal Behaviour, Invertebrate Neuroscience.

Results of research activity are presented in 175 scientific (11 of them - on educational practice) publications and 25 tutorials (2018)

Selected Publications:


Books & Book's Chapters:

Sidorov A.V. Nervous centers functional activity in invertebrates (2011) Minsk: BSU, 247 p. (in Russian)

Sidorov A.V. Neuronal networks properties during modulation of conductance via identified Lymnaea synapses (2011) In: Signal Transduction in Nervous Cells / Ed. Sergei V. Fedorovich. Trivandrum (Kerala, India): Research Signpost. P. 63-74. 340 Kb

Articles in peer reviewed journals:

Sidorov A.V. Neuromodulation effects of hydrogen peroxide on central neurons within feeding network in the mollusc Lymnaea stagnalis (2017) J. Evol. Biochem. Physiol. Vol. 53, № 6. P. 493-500. 1,28 Mb

Sidorov A.V. Evolution of cell-to-cell communication and structural brain organization (2012) J. Evol. Biochem. Physiol. Vol. 48, № 4. P. 377-384. 100 Kb

Sidorov A.V. Effect of hydrogen peroxide on electrical coupling between identified Lymnaea neurons (2012) Invert. Neurosci. Vol. 12, № 1. P. 63-68. (324 Kb, preprint )

Sidorov A.V. Temperature dependence of monoamine-induced pulmonary respiration of mollusk Lymnaea stagnalis (2012) J. Evol. Biochem. Physiol. Vol. 48, № 3. P. 287-294. 511 Kb

Sidorov A.V. Cellular basis of temperature dependence of the food-procuring activity of the molluscs Lymnaea stagnalis (2009) J. Evol. Biochem. Physiol. Vol. 45, № 3. P. 365-371. 511 Kb

Sidorov A.V., Maslova G.T. State of antioxidative protection in central nervous ganglia of the mollusc Lymnaea stagnalis at modulation of activity of the NO-ergic system (2008) J. Evol. Biochem. Physiol. Vol. 44, № 5. P. 435-441. 384 Kb

Sidorov A.V. Coordination of locomotor activity of mollusc Lymnaea stagnalis at nutrition: role of the internal medium acid-base balance (pH) (2006) J. Evol. Biochem. Physiol. Vol. 42, № 1. P. 43-48. 180 Kb

Sidorov A.V. Effect of acute temperature change on lung respiration of the mollusk Lymnaea stagnalis (2005) J. Therm. Biol. Vol. 30, № 2. P. 163-171. 510 Kb

Sidorov A.V. Effects of temperature on respiration, defensive behavior and locomotion of fresh-water snail Lymnaea stagnalis (2003) J. Vysch. Nerv. Deyat. I.P. Pavlova. Vol. 53, № 4. P. 521-525. 836 Kb, in Russian

Sidorov A.V., Polyanina I.P. Acid-base balance modulates respiratory and alimentary behaviour of the mollusc Lymnaea stagnalis (2003) J. Evol. Biochem. Physiol. Vol. 39, № 5. P. 555-561. 220 Kb

Sidorov A.V. Effect of temperature on synaptic transmission between identified neurones of the mollusc Lymnaea stagnalis (2002) Neurosci. Lett. Vol. 333 (1). P. 1-4. 132 Kb

Sidorov A.V., Kazakevich V.B. Еlectrical coupling between identified Lymnaea neurons: Nitric monoxide and temperature action (2001) In: Protein Modules in Cellular Signalling / Ed. L. Heilmeyer and P. Friedrich. NATO Science Series: Life Sciences. Vol. 318. P. 150-153. 292 Kb

Sidorov A.V., Kazakevich V.B. Dependence of electric activity of motoneurons and locomotor behavior of Lymnaea stagnalis on environmental temperature (2001) J. Evol. Biochem. Physiol. Vol. 37, № 3. P. 252-258. 128 Kb

Sidorov A.V., Kazakevich V.B., Moroz L.L. Nitric oxide selectively enhances cAMP levels and electrical coupling between identified RPaD2/VD1 neurons in the CNS of Lymnaea stagnalis (L.) (1999) Acta Biol. Hung. Vol. 50, № 1-3. P. 229-233. 585 Kb

Selected tutorials (all in Russian):


Textbooks:

Maslova G.Т., Sidorov А.V. Foundations in Developmental Biology / Мinsk: BSU, 2013. 374 p. (Classical University Edition)

Sidorov А.V. Physiology of Intercellular Communication. Minsk: BSU, 2008. 215 p. 9,1 Mb

Practicals:

Sidorov А.V., Maslova G.Т., Lusina K.M., Karman E.K. Foundations in Developmental Biology: Practicals. Ed. by A.V. Sidorov / Мinsk: BSU, 2016. 239 p.

Chumak A.G., Sandakov D.B., Sidorov A.V. et al. Human and Animal Physiology [Electronic resource]: Access mode: http://www.elib.bsu.by, restricted access: practicals for biology students / Ed. A.G. Chumak. Minsk : BSU, 2011.

Maslova G.Т., Sidorov А.V. Brief Atlas in Developmental Biology. Мinsk: BSU, 2008. 108 p. + CD. 40,2 Mb

Gourine V.N., Semenemya I.N., Gourine А.V., Dunai V.I., Sidorov А.V. et al. Human and Animal Physiology: Practicals. Ed. by V.N. Gourine. Мinsk: BSU, 2002. 120 p. 466 Kb

Lecture Courses:

Maslova G.Т., Sidorov А.V. Foundations in Developmental Biology [Electronic resourse]: Course of Lectures / Мinsk: BSU, 2015. 1 CD. all in one file (173,47 Mb), discrete presentations (select and download)

Maslova G.Т., Sidorov А.V. Developmental Biology: Organogenesis and Mechannisms of Embriogenesis (Course of Lectures) / Мinsk: BSU, 2012. 104 p.5,2 Mb

Maslova G.Т., Sidorov А.V. Developmental Biology: Comparative Embriology (Course of Lectures) / Мinsk: BSU, 2009. 96 p. 44,1 Mb

Maslova G.Т., Sidorov А.V. Developmental Biology: early stages (Course of Lectures) / Мinsk: BSU, 2009. 95 p. 2,15 Mb


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