Voevoda Mikhail Ivanovich
PhD and ScD in medicine, Main Accreditation Commission (VAK) professor, Russian Academy of Sciences (RAS) professor, academician of the RAS, head of the Federal Research Center for Basic and Translational Medicine.
Voevoda M.I. is an expert in the fields of the molecular and medical genetic and an author or coauthor of more than 800 scientific publications, including 13 books, 16 patents of the Russian Federation.
In the Russian Scientific Citation Index (RSCI): 935 publications, 8414 citations, h-index: 35.
In Scopus: 281 publications, 6578 citations, h-index: 23.
In the Web of Science: 283 publications, 4429 citations, h-index: 21.
In 1982, he graduated from Novosibirsk State Medical University. In 1990, he defended a PhD dissertation, and in 2001, an ScD dissertation.
The main basic-research accomplishments of Voevoda M.I.:
A study on the key on molecular biological, organism level, and populational patterns of development of major internal diseases in the Siberian population and designing a scientific basis for their prevention, diagnosis, and treatment.
Voevoda M.I. supervises graduate courses in the Medical Genetics specialty and the Endocrinology specialty. Under him tutelage, 20 PhD dissertations and 10 ScD dissertations have been defended.
M.I. Voevoda has been elected Deputy Chairman of the Presidium of the SB RAS Since 2017 (https://www.sbras.ru/en).
He is a Member of the Council of the International Society of Therapists, Member of the Council of the International Society for Circumpolar Health, Vice-President of the Russian Society of Atherosclerosis.
Voevoda M.I. is a member of the ICG SB RAS Scientific Council, the member of Thesis Committee Д.003.011.02.
Voevoda M.I. is an executive Secretary of the Siberian Scientific Medical Journal, member of the editorial board of the Vavilov Journal of Genetics and Breeding, member of the editorial board of the journal Atheroscleroz (Russia), Bulletin of the Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Medical Sciences, Russian Cardiology Journal, and Archive of Internal Medicine.
The areas of M.I. Voevoda’s research have received abundant grant support. Voevoda M.I. has been awarded certificates of honor by Presidium of the Russian Academy of Sciences and by the Russian Government.