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Vakhtang Beria

He was born in the city of Sukhumi on the 23rd of February 1948.

In 1965 he finished Sukhumi secondary school and was awarded a gold medal for his school performance. That same year he entered the Biological and Soil Science Faculty of the Moscow State University. He graduated cum laude in 1970. During his last years at University, he was awarded the Lenin Scholarship. He pursued a postgraduate degree at the Biology Faculty of the Moscow State University.

In 1976 he wrote his doctoral science thesis, which was approved by the Academic Council of the Biology Faculty of the Moscow State University.

From 1977 to 1981 he worked as research assistant at the Sukhumi Medical Cybernetics Department, Cybernetics Institute of the Georgian Academy of Sciences.

From 1981 to 1983 he worked as professor at the Human and Animal Physiology Department of the Abkhasia State University.

From 1989 to 1994 he worked as professor at the Human and Animal Physiology Department of the Georgia State University.

From 1995 to 1997 he worked as assistant professor at the Normal Physiology Departament of the Saint Petersburg Medical University.

Since 1998 he lives in Tbilisi and works as professor at the Human Anatomy and Physiology Department.

In 1999 he worked for a few months on the Programme for the Reorganization of Agriculture sponsored by the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development in Georgia.

Since 2002 he has been working as Head of the Technical Control Department of the company Iveriapharma on R&D of Nasodren to combat symptoms of sinus infection.

He has more than 20 papers published and 12 intellectual property certificates.

SCIENTIFIC PAPERS AND INVENTIONS

1. R.F. Polischuk, V.P. Beria, Yu.P. Kozlov. On the physical and chemical properties of lipids in cases of chemically induced carcinogenesis // USSR Academy of Sciences, 1971, V.196, N?4, pp. 977-979.

2. V.P. Beria, Yu.P. Kozlov, R.F. Polischuk. Free radical processes in the liver of animals in cases of chemically induced carcinogenesis // From the compilation of articles ìA study on the states induced by free radicals and their role in the regulation of biological processes. Puschino-na-Oke, 1972, pp.110-117.

3. V.P. Beria. Peroxide oxidation of lipids in membranous structures of liver cells in the early stages of hepatocarcinogenesis // Biologicheskie nauki 1974, N?11, pp. 57-60.

4. V.P. Beria, Yu.P. Kozlov. Peroxide oxidation of lipids in liver organelles in cases of hepatocarcinogenesis// From the compilation of articles ìCurrent issues in modern oncologyî. Moscow, Moscow State University, 1975, pp. 16-22.

5. V.P. Beria, V.E. Kagan, Yu.V. Arkhipenko, Yu.P. Kozlov. Antioxidants as cytochrome stabilizers in endoplasmic reticulum membranes of rat liver in vivo // Biof. 1975, V.20, N.2, pp. 238-240.

6. V.E. Kagan, S. Kotelevtsev, V.P. Beria, Yu.V. Arkhipenko. Disassembley of microsome mouse cytochrome during enzymic HADPH-dependent peroxidation and stabilizing effect of antioxidants in vivo // Book: 5th International Biopsic Congress. Kopenhagen 1975, p. 458.

7. Interaction between free radical oxidation of lipids and 2-LLF oxidative metabolism in endoplasmic reticulum membranes of liver cells // A study for the doctoral thesis in biological science. Moscow, Moscow State University, 1983, pp. 115-121.

8. M.G. Akhalaia, M.S. Kakiashvili, V.P. Beria. The prospects of applying magnetic fluids in biology and medicine// From the book ìPhysical properties of magnetic fluidsî. Siberia Departament of the USSR Academy of Sciences, Urals Scientific Center, Sverdlovsk, 1983, pp. 115-121.

9. M.G. Akhalaia, V.P. Beria. On the issue of the regulation of gastrointestinal motility // A summary of the presentation made at the Caucasus Medicine and Biology Symposium, State University of Tbilisi, 1999, p. 18.

10. M.G. Akhalaia, M.S. Kakiashvili, V.P. Beria. A method for obtaining ferromagnetic fluid // Intellectual property certificate N?981232, 9-02-81 Priority.

11. M.G. Akhalaia, M.S. Kakiashvili, V.P. Beria. A method for obtaining ferromagnetic fluid // Intellectual property certificate N?960126, 26-11-80 Priority

12. M.G. Akhalaia, M.S. Kakiashvili, V.P. Beria. A method for obtaining magnetite solution // Intellectual property certificate N?1028602, 26-06-81 Priority.

13. M.G. Akhalaia, M.S. Kakiashvili, M.S. Zakaraia, V.P. Beria, M.I. Tabagua, B.R. Volter. A method for obtaining magnetic fluid for biological studies // Intellectual property certificate N?1185804, 21-12-83 Priority.

14. M.G. Akhalaia, M.S. Zakaraia, M.S. Kakiashvili, V.P. Beria, M.I. Tabagua, B.R. Volter. A method for obtaining ferromagnetic fluid // Intellectual property certificate N?11858004, 1985.

15. M.G. Akhalaia, M.S. Kakiashvili, V.P. Beria, B.R. Volter. A modeling method for hypercoagulemia // Intellectual property certificate N?1336088, 1985.

16. B.R. Volter, M.I. Tabagua, V.P. Beria M.S. Kakiashvili. A method for quantitatively studying viable bacterial cells // Intellectual property certificate N?1400283, 28-07-86 Priority, 1986.

17. M.G. Akhalaia, B.R. Volter, M.S. Kakiashvili, M.I. Tabagua, V.P. Beria. A method for determining the level of leukocyte phagocytosis activity// Intellectual property certificate N?1403796, 18-02-1986 Priority.

18. M.G. Akhalaia, V.P. Beria, B.R. Volter, M.S. Kakiashvili, M.I. Tabagua. A modeling method for toxic hepatopathy// Intellectual property certificate N?1016813, 1987.

19. M.G. Akhalaia, M.S. Kakiashvili, V.P. Beria, N.M. Gribanov, R.M. Khachatrian. A method for obtaining magnetic fluid // Intellectual property certificate N?1584620, AI.

20. M.G. Akhalaia, V.P. Beria, B.R. Volter, M.S. Kakiashvili, V.V. Kakubava. A modeling method for the immunodeficiency state// Intellectual property certificate N?1681669 T, 4-10-1989 Priority.

21. .G. Akhalaia, V.P. Beria, M.S. Kakiashvili, L.G. Saneblidze. A modeling method for epithelioid granuloma// Application N?493967 2/ 14 del 27-05-1991. Approved on 13-01-1992.

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