Senior Researcher of the Research Laboratory of Molecular Cardiology, PhD
She graduated from St. Petersburg Academy of Veterinary Medicine on the speciality “Veterinary”.
From 2004 to 2006, she worked as a research assistant at the St. Petersburg Pasteur Experimental Research Institute. From 2006 to 2014 she was a researcher.
In 2009, she successfully defended her thesis for the degree of Candidate of Biological Sciences on “Identification, typing and molecular genetic characterization of Coxiella burnetii”.
From 2003 to 2006, Olga Freylikhman took the internship in France at the Medical Faculty of the University of the Mediterranean where she studied molecular biological techniques and published joint articles. In November 2011 she studied in Israel Kemronskom Veterinary Institute, University of Jerusalem, mastered the techniques of infectious diseases epidemiology common both to humans and animals.
She participates in Research and Education Center work in the field of “Molecular genetic and cellular mechanisms of cardiovascular system diseases”. In 2012 she received the certificate of appreciation of Federal North-West Medical Research Centre.
Research interests: molecular cardiology, molecular-cellular mechanisms of atherosclerosis, epidemiology.