Department: Cell Biophysics
University: Life Sciences International Postgraduate Educational Center
Prof. Sinerik Ayrapetyan received his PhD in Cell Biophysics from the Institute of Physiology of Ukraine Academy of Sciences, Kiev during the period of 1966-1970. Currently, he is the coordinator of UNESCO Chair at Life Sciences International Postgraduate Educational Center, Yerevan, Armenia. His research has included the study of metabolic regulation of cell function in norm and pathology. Prof. Sinerik Ayrapetyan is a member of a number of international societies, such as International Society of Invertebrate Neurobiology (ISIN), International Society for neurochemistry (ISN), European Society for Neurochemistry (ESN), International Brain Research Organization (IBRO), International Union of Pure and Applied Biophysics (IUPAB), Bioelectromagnetics Society (BEMS), WHO International Advisory Committee on Electromagnetobiology and the president of “All Armenian Research Council”. He has authored 7 international books and 115 research articles.
His current research interest is about “Intracellular Signaling System in Norm and Pathology”
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