Mikhail Kiselev, in 1977, he graduated from the Physical Faculty of Lomonosov University in Moscow, with a Diploma work in theoretical nuclear physics. From 1977–1993, he worked as a nuclear engineer at Pulse Reactor IBR-2 of Joint Institute for Nuclear Research (JINR), Dubna, Russia. Since 1993, he has been serving as a Senior Scientist at the Frank Laboratory of Neutron Physics of JINR. His fields of research include investigation of the lipid membranes structure and properties via application of neutron and X-ray scattering (diffraction and small-angle scattering). In 2007, he received a Ph.D. degree in condensed matter physics, with thesis entitled “nanostructure of the unilamellar vesicles and four-component lipid membranes based on the ceramide 6.” In 2011, he received a Ph.D. degree in condensed matter physics, with thesis entitled “structure and properties of lipid membranes: neutron and synchrotron study.” He has been teaching at Physical Faculty of Lomonosov University in Moscow (courses of “lipid nanostructures” and “Neutron sources”) and has been teaching at Moscow Technical University for Radioelectronics and Automatics and at Dubna University (courses “basis of reactor theory and techniques” and “nuclear power stations”). His current areas of interests include structure of phospholipid based nanodrugs, structure of the lipid matrix of the stratum corneum, and drug transportation through the skin.
Biography Updated on 2 July 2012