Date of Birth: 05.03.1983
Work Address: Institute of Cytology and Genetics, Novosibirsk, 630090, Russia (http://www.bionet.nsc.ru/)
Telephone: +7 (383) 363-4922*3408
Email: [email protected]
Languages: Russian and English.
2010: PhD in biology (mathematical biology and bioinformatics), Institute of Cytology and Genetics, Novosibirsk, Russia.
Title: “Computational analysis of auxin-regulated mechanisms of root development in plants”
Institute of Cytology and Genetics, Novosibirsk, Russia
Advisor: Dr. Vitaly A. Likhoshvai
2005: M. Sc.in Biology (Informational biology minor), Novosibirsk State University, Novosibirsk, Russia Graduated with Honors (summa cum laude).
Title: “The shoot apical meristem development in Arabidopsis thaliana: genenetwork reconstruction, databasing and modeling”
Advisor: Dr. Nikolai A. Kolchanov and Nadya A. Omelyanchuk
Windows, MS Office (Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint), Adobe (Acrobat, Photoshop), Corel Draw, Mathematica. Basic knowledge of Java, C++ and Pascal. XML, HTML, CSS. Tools and technologies for Databasing, Systems biology, Mathematical modeling.
Systems biology, mathematical modeling of plant growth and development;
Pattern formation in root apical meristems, auxin transport and signalling.
Participation in Conferences and Workshops:
V.V. Mironova, E.S. Novoselova, N.A. Omelyanchuk, V.A. Likhoshvai. The mathematical model for investigation of auxin-regulated root patterning in wild type and under treatments. The joint Russian-French seminar “Genomics, Bioinformatics and life science modeling”. 2010. Novosibirsk.
V.V. Mironova, N.A. Omelyanchuk, D.Yu. Oschepkov, V.G. Levitsky PREDICTION FOR AtARF FAMILY TRANSCRIPTION FACTORS, MEDIATING PRIMARY RESPONSE TO AUXIN. In proceedings of the Plant Genetics, Genomics and Biotechnology Conference. 2010. Novosibirsk. P. 46.
V.V. Mironova, M.P. Ponomarenko, N.A. Omelyanchuk, V.A. Likhoshvai. AUXIN REGULATED ROOT PATTERNING: THE MATHEMATICAL MODEL AND KEY GENETIC MECHANISMS. German-Russian Forum Biotechnology. Novosibirsk June 2009.
V.V. Mironova, Omelyanchuk NA, Yosiphon G, Fadeev SI, Kolchanov NA, Mjolsness E, Likhoshvai VA. AUXIN REGULATED ROOT PATTERNING: THE MATHEMATICAL MODEL OF AUXIN TRANSPORT ALONG THE CENTRAL ROOT AXIS. Miniprogram “Morphodynamics in Plants, Animals and Beyond”. August-September 2009. Santa-Barbara, USA.
Mironova V.V., Omelyanchuk N.A., Likhoshvai V.A. Modeling of auxin distribution in root: rhizotaxis is defined by auxin regulation of its own transport. In proceedings of THE INTERNATIONAL MOSCOW CONFERENCE ON COMPUTATIONAL MOLECULAR BIOLOGY (MCCMB). Moscow. July 2009. p. 236-237.
Mironova V., Likhoshvai V., Omelyanchuk N.A., Mjolsness E., Kolchanov N.A. Acropetal auxin transport mediates root patterning in plants // In Proceeding of GARNet-SEB Symposium. 2008. Nottingham. England. P 17.
Mironova V.V., Omelyanchuk N.A., Fadeev S.I., Kogai V.V., Yosiphon G., Mjolsness E., Likhoshvai V.A. Auxin regulation of its own transport determines the root tip structure in plants. In Proceedings of the sixth international conference on Bioinformatics of Genome Regulation and Structure. 2008. p. 161.
Mironova V.V., Zalevsky E.M., Omelyanchuk N.A. PGNS-root – a database on expression of genes in plant root development. In Proceedings of the sixth international conference on Bioinformatics of Genome Regulation and Structure. 2008. p. 162.
2009-till present – Novosibirsk State University, Faculty of Natural Sciences. Author of original lectures focused on mathematical modeling of auxin transport, databasing in plant genetics and application of bioinformatics methods for plant genetics.
RFBR 11-04-01254 “Combined experimental and computational approach for investigation of molecular-genetic mechanisms of auxin distribution in plant roots“,
RFBR 10-01-00717 “Symmetry and chaos in gene nets”,
SB RAS Interdisciplinary integration project №107 “The methods for differential-difference equations investigation and their applications to biological researches»,
SB RAS Interdisciplinary integration project №119 “Postgenome bioinformatics: computer analysis and modelling of molecular-genetic systems”,
NSF FIBR EF-0330786 “Development Modeling and Bioinformatics”.
NSF PHY05-51164 for participation to minisimposium “Morphodynamics in Plants, Animals and Beyond”. August-September 2009. KITP, Santa-Barbara, USA