Gleb N. Artemov

Candidate of Science

Institute of Cytology and Genetics
Siberian Branch
of Russian Academy of Sciences
Tomsk State University
Level of English proficiency
Educational program and field of the educational program for which the applicant will be accepted
06.03.01 Biology 1.5.7 Genetics
List of research projects of the potential supervisor (participation/leadership)
1) RSF, No. 20-74-10040, “Vectors of pathogens of dirofilariasis and setariasis in Western Siberia” (leadership)

2) RFBR, No. 18-34-20106, mol_a_ved, "Study of breakpoints of polymorphic inversions in conservative syntenic blocks in the malaria mosquito Anopheles messeae s.l." (leadership)

3) RFBR, No. 20-54-05023 Arm_a, “Species composition and epidemiological status of mosquitoes in the Caucasus region” (leadership)

4) RSF No. 15-14-20011 "Reconstruction of the phylogeny of malaria mosquitoes in the Maculipennis group" (participation)

5) RSF, No. 19-14-00130, "Population genomics and evolutionary history of mosquitoes that transmit human diseases in Russia" (participation).
List of the topics offered for the prospective scientific research
1) Inversion polymorphism of natural populations of malaria mosquitoes in Western Siberia

2) Molecular organization of breakpoints of chromosomal inversions in malaria mosquitoes

3) Evolution of genomes of malaria mosquitoes

4) Spatial organization of chromosomes of malaria mosquitoes

5) Diversity of endo- and ectoparasites of blood-sucking mosquitoes
Microbiome of blood-sucking insects
Supervisor’s research interests
Supervisor’s main publications
1) Brusentsov et al. Patterns of genetic differentiation imply distinct phylogeographic history of the mosquito species Anopheles messeae and Anopheles daciae in Eurasia // Molecular Ecology. 2023. DOI: 10.1111/mec.17127

2) Yurchenko AA, Naumenko AN, Artemov GN, Karagodin DA, Hodge JM, Velichevskaya AI, Kokhanenko AA, Bondarenko SM, Abai MR, Kamali M, Gordeev MI, Moskaev AV, Caputo B, Aghayan SA, Baricheva EM, Stegniy VN, Sharakhova MV, Sharakhov IV. Phylogenomics revealed migration routes and adaptive radiation timing of Holarctic malaria mosquito species of the Maculipennis Group. BMC Biol. 2023 Apr 10;21(1):63. doi: 10.1186/s12915-023-01538-w. PMID: 37032389; PMCID: PMC10084679

3) Artemov, G.N.; Fedorova, V.S.; Karagodin, D.A.; Brusentsov, I.I.; Baricheva, E.M.; Sharakhov, I.V.; Gordeev, M.I.; Sharakhova, M.V. New Cytogenetic Photomap and Molecular Diagnostics for the Cryptic Species of the Malaria Mosquitoes Anopheles messeae and Anopheles daciae from Eurasia. Insects 2021, 12, 835.

4) Artemov GN, Fedorova VS, Karagodin DA, Brusentsov II, Baricheva EM, Sharakhov IV, Gordeev MI, Sharakhova MV. New Cytogenetic Photomap and Molecular Diagnostics for the Cryptic Species of the Malaria Mosquitoes Anopheles messeae and Anopheles daciae from Eurasia. Insects. 2021 Sep 17;12(9):835. doi: 10.3390/insects12090835. PMID: 34564275; PMCID: PMC8465136

5) Sharakhova MV, Artemov GN, Timoshevskiy VA, Sharakhov IV. Physical Genome Mapping Using Fluorescence In Situ Hybridization with Mosquito Chromosomes. Methods Mol Biol. 2019;1858:177-194. doi: 10.1007/978-1-4939-8775-7_13. PMID: 30414118.
The scientific interests of the director are related to the study of genetic aspects of adaptation, reproductive behavior, hybridization, ecology and evolution of blood-sucking mosquitoes and, in particular, malaria mosquitoes.
Research highlights
1) Unique research methods (in situ hybridization, microdissection of chromosomes, construction of cytogenetic maps, physical mapping of the genome, comparative cytogenetic approaches)

2) Analysis of molecular cluster and nanopore sequencing data

3) Interaction with international groups for the study of insect genomics
Supervisor’s specific requirements
1) Scientific publications in the field of genetics/genomics

2) Skills for analysis of sequencing data

3) Experience in laboratory work or bioinformatics analysis
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