Welcome new faculty members
With the start of new academic year, new faculty members are joining the School of Medicine.
Marina Kriajevskaia graduated from the Moscow State University where she studied virology and biochemistry. She obtained her PhD in biochemistry from the Institute of Genetics of Russian Academy of Sciences. She undertook post-doctoral training in the laboratory of Professor Saida Zain at the University of Rochester, and then worked as a research scientist in the laboratory of Professor Eugene Lukanidin at the Danish Cancer Society in Copenhagen.
Marina started her independent research as a Lecturer in cancer cell biology in the Department of Cancer Studies and Molecular Medicine, University of Leicester, UK.
Srinivasa Rao Bolla
Since 2003 Srinivasa Rao Bolla has been teaching Human anatomy to medical and allied health students. Before joining in NUSOM from March 2013- July 2019, he was serving assistant professor of anatomy, college of medicine, Imam Abdulrahman bin Faisal university, Dammam, Saudi Arabia, where an integrated problem-based curriculum has been developed in collaboration with Monash university, Australia. This was followed by 10 years of service [2003-2013] as a lecturer and Assistant professor in Mamata medical college, Khammam, India.
Srinivasa Rao Bolla got his postgraduation in Human Anatomy from Manipal university, India and Ph.D from Dr. NTR university of health sciences, India.
He has many publications, book chapters from his scholarly work in peer reviewed journals. His research is focused on neuroscience of learning and memory, effects of phytoconstituents in disease models, Clinically relevant anatomical variations, medical education and forensic anthropology.
Congratulations and good luck.