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Ludmilla Alexandrovna Morozova-Roche

Ludmilla Alexandrovna Morozova-Roche, Ukrainian biomedical researcher. Grantee, Kempe Federation, 2002, Swedish Medical Research Council, 2005. Chair Fellow and Lutheran and Orthodox Christian, Umea, Sweden, since 2004; Member of Association Swedish Natural and Humanitarian Scientists, Protein Society.

Background

  • Morozova-Roche, Ludmilla Alexandrovna was born on September 28, 1956 in Kramatorsk, Urkrain. Daughter of Alexandr Platonovich and Maria (Dmytrievna) Morozov.

  • Education

    • Doctor of Medicine, Kharkov University, 1979. Doctor of Philosophy, Institute Biophysics, Russia, 1983.

    Career

    • Scientist Institute Biophysics, Pushchins, Russia, 1983—2002. Research fellow Oxford University, England, 1993—2000. Assistant professor Umea University, Sweden, 2000—2002, associate professor, since 2002.

      Leading scientist Institute Biological Instrumentation, Pushchins, since 2002. Visiting scientist Leuven University, Belgium, 1990—1991. Researcher Max Planck Institute, Munich, 1991—1993.

    Membership

    Chair Fellow and Lutheran and Orthodox Christian, Umea, Sweden, since 2004. Member of Association Swedish Natural and Humanitarian Scientists, Protein Society.

    Personality

    Interests

    Reading, music, travel, skiing, walking.

    Connections

    • 1 child Alexander Edward Roche.
    • father: Alexandr Platonovich Morozov
    • mother: Maria (Dmytrievna) Morozov
    • child: Alexander Edward Roche Morozova-Roche
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    Born September 28, 1956
    (age 60)
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    • 1979
      Kharkov University
    • 1983
      Institute Biophysics
    • 2002
      assistant, professor Umea University
      Sweden
    • 1983 - 2002
      Scientist, Institute Biophysics
      Russia, Ohio, United States
    • 1993
      research fellow, Oxford University
      England, Arkansas, United States
    • 2002
      leading scientist, Institute Biological Instrumentation

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