Junior Researcher of the Research Laboratory of Oncohematology
In 2013 she graduated from the Siberian State Medical University (Tomsk) in “Medical Biochemistry” and is qualified as biochemist. From 2013 to 2014 she studied at the internship at the Department of Clinical Laboratory Diagnostics with the course of molecular biology of the St. Petersburg Pavlov State Medical University and got the certificate of the clinical laboratory diagnostics doctor. Anna Silyutina’s research topic is related to the study of the role of myeloid monocyte-macrophage cells in the development and regression of myelofibrosis after oncogenic mutation JAK2 v617f.
Research areas: molecular and cellular immunology, carcinogenesis.