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Elena Nickolaevna Kozlova

Elena Nickolaevna Kozlova, Russian neuroscientist, researcher. Achievements include discovery that transplanted embryonic sensory nerve cells can restore functional connections between peripheral tissues and the adult spinal cord; discovery of metastasis-associated protein, Mts1, in specific glial cells in the brain and spinal cord. Member Society for Neurosci., Physiological Society at Karolinska Institute.

Background

  • Kozlova, Elena Nickolaevna was born on December 31, 1956 in Yuznie Koryaki, Kamchatka, Russia. Arrived in Sweden, 1993:. Daughter of Nickolai Semenovich and Valentina Sergeevna Kozlov.

  • Education

    • Doctor of Philosophy, Moscow State University, 1989.

    Career

    • Scientist Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, 1983-1993. Visiting scientist Karolinska Institute, Stockholm, Sweden, 1993-1994, National Institute for Medical Research, Mill Hill, London, 1994-1995. Senior scientist Uppsala (Sweden) University biomedical Center, since 1995.

    Major achievements

    • Achievements include discovery that transplanted embryonic sensory nerve cells can restore functional connections between peripheral tissues and the adult spinal cord. Discovery of metastasis-associated protein, Mts1, in specific glial cells in the brain and spinal cord.

    Membership

    Member Society for Neurosci., Physiological Society at Karolinska Institute.

    Connections

    • Married Alexander Leonidovich Medvinsky, August 7, 1981 (divorced October 1996). Children: Andrei Medvinski, Anna Medvinskaia. Married Hakan Aldskogius, March 7, 1997.
    • father: Nickolai Semenovich
    • mother: Valentina Sergeevna Kozlov
    • spouses: Alexander Leonidovich Medvinsky
    • Hakan Aldskogius
    • children: Andrei Medvinski Kozlova
    • Anna Medvinskaia Kozlova
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    Born December 31, 1956
    (age 60)
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    • 1989
      Moscow State University
    • 1983 - 1993
      Scientist, Russian Academy Sciences
      Moscow, Idaho, United States
    • 1993 - 1994
      visiting scientist, Karolinska Institute
      Stockholm, Stockholms Lan, Sweden
    • 1994 - 1995
      visiting scientist, Karolinska Institute
      Mill Hill, Essex, United Kingdom
    • 1995
      senior, scientist Uppsala (Sweden) University biomedical Center