Anna A. Poladyan
Biography
Education
1989 - 1994: Department of Biophysics, Biological Faculty of the Yerevan State University (YSU),
1994 - 1996: Ph.D. student at the Department of Biophysics, Biological Faculty, YSU

Academic degree
2000: Ph.D. Biophysics, the Highest Attestation Commission, Yerevan State University, Dissertation Title: “Proton-Potassium pump in Escherichia coli: the nature and the role of oxidation - reduction equivalents”

Professional experience
1994 - 1996: Technical assistant, Probationer-researcher, Department of Biophysi-cs, Faculty of Biology, YSU
1996 - 1998: Junior Scientific Researcher at the Department of Biophysics, YSU
1998 - to date: Senior Scientific Researcher, at the Department of Biophysics, YSU
2003/10 - 2003/12: Visiting Scientist at the Department of Molecular Physiology and Biological Physics, University of Virginia, USA
2006 - 2010: Teaching assistant at the Department of Biophysics, YSU
2010 - to date: Associate professor at the Department of Biophysics, YSU

Academic courses
Bioenergetics, Microbe biophysics, Transport of ions, Bioelectrogenes

Scale of professional interests
Membrane biophysics and bioenergetics, biotechnology, microbiology

Participation in grant projects
2002 - 2004: Participation in AB1-2307YE-02 CRDF grant
2005 - 2006: Participation in 05-NS-microbio-8929 ANSEF grant
2011: Travel award from Biophysical Society for participation of 55th Annual Meeting, Baltimore, Maryland, USA

Languages
Russian, English

Professional membership
Member of Pan-Armenian Biophysical Association (IUPAB),
Member of Federation of European Microbiological Societies (FEMS)
Member of Biophysical Society, USA, 2011

apoladyan@ysu.am

Anna A. Poladyan

Associate Professor | Faculty of Biology - Chair of Biochemistry, Microbiology and Biotechnology
 
 

Article

Anna Poladyan, Karen Trchounian, Anait Vassilian, Armen Trchounian

Hydrogen production by Escherichia coli using brewery waste: optimal pretreatment of waste and role of different hydrogenases | Renewable Energy. 2018, 115, 931-936 pp. |

Anna A. Poladyan, , Armen H. Trchounian

Escherichia coli wild type and hydrogenase mutant cells growth and hydrogen production upon xylose and glycerol co-fermentation in media with different buffer capacities | International Journal of Hydrogen Energy. 2018, 43, 33, 15870-15879 pp.

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Մանրէների կենսատեխնոլոգիաների մագիստրոսական նոր ծրագրերի դասավանդման մեթոդաբանական մոտեցումները Երևանի պետական համալսարանում | Համահայկական բնագիտական կրթական 5-րդ գիտաժողով. «Բնագիտությունը 21-րդ դարում. ուսուցման հիմնախնդիրներ և լուծումներ»: 2017, էջ 143-145 |

Karen Trchounian, Satenik Mirzoyan, Anna Polafyan, Armen Trchounian

Hydrogen production by Escherichia coli growing in different nutrient media with glycerol: Effects of formate, pH, production kinetics and hydrogenases involved | International Journal of Hydrogen Energy. 2017, 42, 24026-24034 pp. |

Anna Poladyan

New approaches to enhance hydrogen production from glycerol by escherichia coli | Հայաստանի կենսաբանական հանդես: 2017, 1(69), էջ 153-159 |
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Thesis

Anna Poladyan, Karen Trchounina, Armen Trchounian

From organic wastes to biohydrogen: responsible hydrogenases upon different carbon mixtures utilization by Escherichia coli | 12th internatinal confereance on Hydrogenases. 2019, p. 96

A. Poladyan, T. Semashko, L. Zhukouskaya, V. Dziameshka, A. Trchounian

Ralstonia eutropha Hydrogenase Application in Bioelectrocatalysis as Anode Enzyme | ASM General Meeting ASM MICROBE 2019. AES-1087

A. Poladyan, O. Lenz, A. Trchounian

Hydrogenase Activity of the Facultative Chemolithoautotroph Ralstonia eutropha Consuming Brewery Waste | ASM General Meeting ASM MICROBE 2019. AES-1075

Anna Poladyan, Lena Margaryan, Karen Trchounian, Tatyana Semashko, Armen Trchounian

Upcycling of office waste paper and cardbord to biohydrogen | 8th Congress of European Microbiologists - FEMS2019. p. 746

Anna Poladyan, Tatyana Semashko, Lyudmila Zhukouskaya, Volha Diameshka, Armen Trchounian

Analysis of the Escherichia coli hydrogenases as anodic enzymes in bioelectrochemical system | 8th Congress of European Microbiologists - FEMS2019. p. 338
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