Galina G. Hovhannisyan
Biography
Education
1978 - 1983: Faculty of Biology, Yerevan State University

Academic degree
Ph.D - "The study of anticlastogens under the action of chemical mutagens in the cells of allergic patients and healthy donors", Yerevan State University, 1990

Professional experience
1983 - 1985: Laboratory assistant, Institute of common hygiene and occupational disease
1985 - 1996: Scientist, Yerevan State Medical University, National institute of public health
1994 - present time: Senior Research Scientist, Laboratory of Cytogenetic, Faculty of Biology, Yerevan State University;
2000 - 2009: Assistant of Professor of Department of Genetics and Cytology, Faculty of Biology, Yerevan State University
2009 - present time: Associated Professor of Department of Genetics and Cytology, Faculty of Biology, Yerevan State University

Academic courses
Genetics, Genetic analysis, Genetic toxicology, Cell biology, Cytogenetics

Scale of professional interests
Genetic toxicology; Mutagenesis; Antimutagenesis

Participation in grant projects
2003 - 2007: Grant of ISTC A - 301
2006 - 2007: Grant of DAAD
2007 - 2008: Grant of DFG
2009: Grant of DLR/BMBF
2010 - 2011: Grant of DAAD
2010 - 2012: Grant of ISTC A-1764
2011 - 2013: Grant № 11-1F060

Languages
Armenian, Russian, English

Galina G. Hovhannisyan

Professor | Faculty of Biology - Chair of Genetics and Cytology
 
 

Book

T. Harutyunyan, G. Hovhannisyan

Cytogenomics: Approaches for studying epigenetic aspects of the human genome | Elsevier, 2021, 54 pages, Great Britain

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Գենետիկական թունաբանության հիմունքներ | ԵՊՀ հրատ., 2016թ․, 72 էջ

Հովհաննիսյան Գ.Գ., Գևորգյան Ա.Լ.

Մարդու մոլեկուլային բջջագենետիկա | ԵՊՀ-ի հրատարակչություն, Երևան, 2007
 

Article

Glei M., Hovhannisyan G., Pool-Zobel B. L.

Use of Comet-FISH in the study of DNA damage and repair | Review. Mutation Research 681 (2009), p. 33-43

Hovhannisyan G., Mkrtchyan H., Lier T., Aroutiounian R.

Involvement of chromosome 7, 18 and X in mitomycin C-induced micronuclei | Balkan Journal of Medical Genetics (BJMG) 11 (2), 2008, p. 45-49 |

Aroutiounian R.M., Hovhannisyan G.G., Gevorgyan A.L., Margaryan K.S., Muradyan R.E., Gasparyan G.G.

Assessment of genotoxicity of potential pharmaceutical preparations: in vitro-in vivo approach | In: Proc. Int. Conf. “Biotechnology and Health”. Yerevan, Armenia. 2008. P. 13-19 |

Aroutiounian R.M., Hovhannisyan G.G., Gasparyan G.G.

Genetic effects of electromagnetic waves | Brilliant Light in Life and Material Sciences 2007 Springer, 251-265

Gasparyan G., Hovhannisyan G., Ghazaryan R., Sahakyan L., Tovmasyan A., Grigoryan R., Sarkisyan N., Haroutiunian S., Aroutiounian R.

In Vitro Testing of Cyto- and Genotoxicity of New Porphyrin Water-Soluble Metal Derivatives | International Journal of Toxicology, 2007,N26,P.1–6 |
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Thesis

A. Sargsyan, A. Simonyan, G. Hovhannisyan, B. Gabrielyan

Assessment of aquatic genotoxicity of the Lake Sevan basin | Armenia using natural bioindicators, 1st DNAQUA International Conference, 09-11.03.2021, p. 1-2, Online

Harutyunyan Tigran, Hovhannisyan Galina, Babayan Nelli, Arakelyan Arsen, Aroutiounian Rouben

The genotoxic and cytotoxic effects of ochratoxin a and t-2 toxin in rats bone marrow and blood cells | The 19th Congress of the European Section of the International Society of Toxinology. 2018, S28

Harutyunyan Tigran, Hovhannisyan Galina, Babayan Nelli, Arakelyan Arsen, Aroutiounian Rouben

The genotoxic and cytotoxic effects of ochratoxin A and T-2 toxin in rats bone marrow and blood cells | The 19th EU-IST, Congress, Yerevan, Armenia, 22-26 Sept 2018; p. 96-97

Арутюнян Р. M., Оганесян Г. Г., Григорян Б. A., Цаканова Г. В., Арутюнян С. Г., Арутюнян Т. A., Бабаян Н. С.

Oценка повреждений и репарации ДНК при облучении сверхкороткими импульсами ускоренных электронов | «Проблемы химической защиты и репарации при радиационных воздействиях». 2018, стр. 16-18

R. Aroutiounian, G. Hovhannisyan, B. Grigoryan, G. Tsakanova, S. Haroutiunian, T. Harutyunyan, N. Babayan

Genetic effects: DNA radiation damage and repair | BRITE: Biomarkers of radiation in the environment: robust tools for risk assessment. 2017, p. 27 |
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