Lilit Y. Hakobyan
Biography
Education
2002 - 2008: Yerevan State University, Faculty of Biology, Biophysicist
1993 - 2002: Targmanchac College, Ararat
PhD student, Department of Biophysics of YSU, Junior Scientific Researcher

Professional experience
2008 - 2009: Senior Lab. Assistant, Department of Biophysics, YSU
2008 - 2012: Teacher, N55 School named after A. Chekhov, Yerevan
2011 - 2012: Head of Natural Science Dep., N55 School named after A. Chekhov, Yerevan
2012 - present: Teacher, Quality School International, Yerevan
2009 - present: Junior researcher, Department of Biophysics, YSU

Scale of professionals interests
Membranes Biophysics and Bioenergetics, Biotechnology, Microbiology

Participation in grant projects
2009: ANSEF (NS-Biotechnology-1668) Grant researcher
2011: Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of Armenia “Young scientist’s research support program-2010” winner 11A-1f052 Grant Principal Investigator
2012: ANSEF (NS-Biotechnology-2704) Grant researcher
Professional membership (NGO, professional council, editorial staff of scientific journal, funds etc.)
Member of Pan-Armenian Biophysical Association (IUPAB)
Member of Federation of European Microbiological Societies (FEMS)
Member of Federation of the Societies of Biochemistry (FEBS)
Member of Young Biologists Association of Armenia (YBA)

Languages
Armenian, Russian, English

lilit_hy@ysu.am

Lilit Y. Hakobyan

Junior Researcher | Faculty of Biology - Scientific-research laboratory of Biophysics of Subcellular Structures
 
 

Book

Hakobyan L., Gabrielyan L., Trchounian A.

Investigation of proton motive force and proton ATPase activity role in Rhodobacter sphaeroides hydrogenase activity | Eur. Biophys. J., V. 42, suppl. 1, p. S39, ISSN: 0175-7571 (Print) 1432-1017 (Online)
 

Article

Gabrielyan L., Sargsyan H., Hakobyan L., Trchounian A.

Regulation of hydrogen photoproduction in Rhodobacter sphaeroides batch culture by external oxidizers and reducers | Applied Energy, V. 131, pp. 20–25

Hakobyan L., Gabrielyan L., Trchounian A

The effect of various metal ions on bio-hydrogen production and the FoF1-ATPase activity of Rhodobacter sphaeroides | In Black Sea Energy Resource Development and Hydrogen Energy Problems, NATO Science for Peace and Security Series C: Environmental Security, A. Veziroglu, M. Tsitskishvili (Eds.), Springer (Netherlands), pp. 165–177, Print ISBN: 978-94-007-6151-3; Online ISBN: 978-94-007-6152-0, doi: 10.1007/978-94-007-6152-0_15

Gabrielyan L., Hakobyan L., Trchounian A.

Effect of dimethylsulfoxide on redox potential and hydrogen photoproduction by Rhodobacter sphaeroides | The FEBS Journal, V. 280, suppl. 1, p. 503–504

Hakobyan L., Gabrielyan L., Trchounian A

Yeast extract as an effective nitrogen source stimulating cell growth and enhancing hydrogen photoproduction by Rhodobacter sphaeroides strains from mineral springs | Int. J. Hydrogen Energy, V. 37 (8), pp. 6519–6526

Hakobyan L., Gabrielyan L., Trchounian A.

Ni (II) and Mg (II) ions as factors enhancing biohydrogen production by Rhodobacter sphaeroides from mineral springs | Int. J. Hydrogen Energy, V. 37 (9), pp. 7486–7491
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Thesis

Габриелян Л. С., Акопян Л. Ю., Трчунян А. А.

Pегуляция фотовыделения биоводорода пурпурной бактерией Rhodobacter sphaeroides | Международная научная конференция «Молекулярные, мембранные и клеточные основы функционирования биосистем». 2018, p. 107

L. Gabrielyan, L. Hakobyan, A. Trchounian

Effects of light/dark duration on hydrogen production by green microalgae Chlorella pyrenoidosa | American Society for Microbiology General Meeting ASM MICROBE 2017. p. 624

L. Gabrielyan, H. Sargsyan, L. Hakobyan, A. Trchounian

Hydrogen cycle in purple non-sulfur bacteria: relationship between nitrogenase and hydrogenase | 19th IUPAB and 11th EBSA Congress. 2017, p. S259 |

L. Hakobyan, L. Gabrielyan, A. Trchounian

Membrane conductance of Rhodobacter sphaeroides and the input of F0F1- ATPase in its formation | 19th IUPAB and 11th EBSA Congress. 2017, p. S265 |

Lilit Hakobyan, Lilit Gabrielyan, Armen Trchounian

Advantages of mixed carbon fermentation in biological hydrogen production by Rhodobacter sphaeroides | International Conference "Photosynthesis Research for Sustainability - 2016". p. 196 |
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