Oleksii Morgaienko

PhD Student

oleksii.morgaienko@tum.de

 

Education:

since 06/2018

PhD Thesis in Analytical Chemistry with Prof. Dr. Elsner, Institute of Hydrochemistry, Chair of Analytical Chemistry and Water Chemistry, Technical University of Munich

 

12/2013

PhD Thesis in Biology (Biochemistry) “Regulatory mechanisms of rat gastric smooth muscle contractile apparatus functioning under stress”, ESC “Institute of Biology” of Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, Ukraine

 

06/2002

Diploma’s Thesis “The structure-function peculiarities of the proteins of bovine myocardium troponin complex”, the department of Biophysics, the chair of Biochemistry, National University of Kyiv 

 

05/2001

Bachelor's Thesis “The structure and functional characteristics of bovine myocardium troponin complex”, the department of Biophysics, the chair of Biochemistry, National University of Kyiv

 

Since 09/1997

Studies of Biology (Biochemistry) at National University of Kyiv

 

Work experience:

06/2017-06/2018

Research stay at the Institute of Hydrochemistry, Chair of Analytical Chemistry and Water Chemistry, Technical University of Munich

 

06/2014 – 03/2017

Research scientist at the Laboratory of Biochemistry of ESC “Institute of Biology and Medicine”, National University of Kyiv

 

10/2011-05/2014

Laboratory Engineer of the Department of Biochemistry, National University of Kyiv

 

09/2004-09/2011

Teaching assistant at Biological faculty of Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv

 

Research interests:

Bioremediation, stress response and cell signaling

 

Project:

Pubilcations

O.V. Taburets, O.O. Morgaienko, T.O. Kondratiuk, T.V. Beregova, and L.I. Ostapchenko, The effect of "Melanin-Gel" on the wound healing. Res. J. Pharm., Biol. Chem. Sci. 2016, 7(3), 2031-2038

O.O. Morgaienko, A.V. Maidanyuk, C.O. Dvorshchenko, Adenine nucleotides in rats’ gastric tissues and blood plasma under stress-induced lesions of gastric mucosa. The problems of ecol. and med. genetics and clinical immunology 2012, 5, 44-57.