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Laboratory of Human Genetics

Head: Maxim Amelyanovich

Key directions of scientific research:

  • Studying genetic mechanisms of a predisposition to multifactorial diseases; determining individual sensitivity or resistance to drugs; identifying risk groups among the population for the preventive care or an early diagnosis of pathologies;
  • Identifying informative genetic markers of high sporting achievements, professional pathology in sports, eating behavior to enhance the efficiency of athletes’ training and improve their medical and biological support;
  • Investigating the genetic component of the psycho-emotional status and cognitive abilities of a person; studying the effect of stress resistance genes on adaptation to extreme physical and emotional loads;
  • Introducing developed techniques and technologies to provide services in genetic testing to the population at the Republican Center for Genomic Biotechnology.

Key publications:

  1. Bone metabolism genes variation and response to bisphosphonate treatment in women with postmenopausal osteoporosis / P. Marozik [et al.] // PLoS ONE. – 2019. – Vol. 14(8): e0221511. – P. 1–14 (IF = 2.776, Q1).
  2. Amelyanovich, M.D. Molecular genetic markers for the risk of endocrine pathology development / M.D. Amelyanovich, I.B. Mosse // Molecular and Applied Genetics. – 2019. – Vol. 27. – P. 97–107.
  3. Vitamin D receptor gene polymorphism, bone mineral density and 25(OH)D level in women with оsteopоrosis / A.V. Rudenka [et al.] // Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus. Medical series. – 2020. – Vol. 17, No. 4. – P. 480–492.
  4. Molecular genetic factors of a predisposition to the development of atrial fibrillation in the representatives of the Belarusian population / I.B. Mosse [et al.] // Cardiology in Belarus, 2021. – Vol. 13(4). – P. 500–511.
  5. Association of methylation of genes of brain neurotransmitter systems with psycho-emotional characteristics of a person / I.B. Mosse [et al.] // Genetics, 2021. – No. 12. – P. 1415–1422 (IF = 0.581).
  6. Vitamin D Status, Bone Mineral Density and VDR Gene Polymorphism in a Cohort of Belarusian Postmenopausal Women / P. Marozik [et al.] // Nutrients. – 2021. – Vol. 13 (837). – P. 1–14 (IF = 6.706, Q1).


  1. Mothersill C., Mosse I., Seymour C. Multiple stressors – a challenge for the future. Editors: Publish. Springer. 2007. – 499 p.
  2. Dmitriyev, S. A., Polsky, O. G., Zaitsev, V. V., Mosse, I. B. Radiation safety of metropolis // Publishing Сentre Yunona: Moscow – Minsk. 2008. – 207 p.
  3. Mosse, I. B., Morozik, P. M. Genetic effects of ionizing radiation. Publishing House “Nauka”. – 2018. – 300 p.