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Krassimir Boyadzhiev

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Ass. Krassimir P. Boyadzhiev
Institute of Biodiversity and Ecosystem Research, BAS
2, Gagarin Street
1113 Sofia
Bulgaria
E-mail: krassb@aol.de/ krassbi@gmail.com

Curriculum vitae

Date and place of birth: 17th November 1982; Vratza, Bulgaria

Education:
2009: Bachelor in International Economic Relations „D.A. Tsenov“ Academy of Economics
2011: MSc in International Business and Management „D.A. Tsenov“ Academy of Economics
2013: Bachelor in Molecular Biology "New Bulgarian University" Sofia
2019: MSc in Genetics and Genomics, Faculty of Biology - Sofia University "St Kliment Okhridski", Sofia, Bulgaria

Employment:
2019-2023: Biologist, Institute of Biodiversity and Ecosystem Research - BAS, Sofia, Bulgaria
2023-at present: Assistent, Institute of Biodiversity and Ecosystem Research - BAS, Sofia, Bulgaria

Recent Projects:
27.11.2020: „Crystal-chemical and structural characteristics of modified natural clinoptilolite and correlation between its sorption properties, ion exchange capacity for heavy metals and biological response in vivo and in vitro”
Project coordinator: Assoc. prof. Michaela Nedyalkova, PhD

Research interests

Genetic and selection of yeasts. Ty1 retro-transposition in Saccharomyces cerevisiae. Determination of antioxidant potential of natural and synthetic substances/products, by the mobility of Ty1 retrotransposon. Mutagenesis, carcinogenesis and oxidative stress.

Publications

1. Todorova, T, Parvanova, P, Çavuş, H, Yovkova, M, Dimitrova, M, Mohafrash, S, Mossa, AT, Boyadzhiev, K, Dimitrov, M., Chankova, S. Set of tests for chlorpyrifos toxicity screening. Ecologia Balkanica, Special edition 3, 227-238, 2020.

2. Marinovska P, Todorova T, Tomova A, Pisareva E, Boyadzhiev K, Dimitrov M, Parvanova P, Dimitrova M, Chankova S, Petrova V, Saccharomyces cerevisiae yeast cells as a test system for assessing Zeocin toxicity. In: Chankova S, Peneva V, Metcheva R, Beltcheva M, Vassilev K, Radeva G, Danova K (Eds) Current trends of ecology. BioRisk 17: 105-116, 2022.

3. Marinovska PG, Todorova TI, Boyadzhiev KP, Pisareva EI, Tomova AA, Parvanova PN, Dimitrova M, Chankova SG, Petrova VY, Cellular susceptibility and oxidative stress response to menadione of logarithmic, quiescent, and nonquiescent Saccharomyces cerevisiae cell populations. In: Chankova S, Peneva V, Metcheva R, Beltcheva M, Vassilev K, Radeva G, Danova K (Eds) Current trends of ecology. BioRisk 17: 127-138, 2022.

Affiliation

Department
Ecosystem Research, Environmental Risk Assessment and Conservation Biology
Division
Environmental Mutagenesis

History

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