Research Profile

Pavel Baranov

Biography

Pavel Baranov (Павел Баранов) aka Pasha (Паша), received his Ph.D. in the School of Chemistry at the Moscow State University in 1998. Before coming to Ireland in 2007, he worked at Max-Planck Institute for Molecular Genetics in Berlin and in the Human Genetics Department at University of Utah in Salt Lake City.


For accurate and up-to-date information use Pasha's lab page.


The photo captures Pasha during the outreach activity (demonstrating Harcourt-Esson reaction to primary school children).
 
 

Research Interests

Gene expression and beyond, see Lab Page.

Research Grants

 ProjectFunding
Body
Start DateEnd DateAward
SFI "RNA editing in humans: Identification, prediction and therapeutic application" (RNA editing)Science Foundation of Ireland01-APR-0731-OCT-11€760,497.00
Analysis of Meta-Genomic DataEnterprise Irl09-MAR-1508-JUL-16€6,500.00
Development of an Easy-to-use Bioinformatics Viualisation Platform.Irish Research Council31-JAN-1730-JAN-19€86,790.00
Science Foundation of Ireland01-DEC-1530-NOV-17€25,000.00
consumbles budget from R12305Health Research Board01-OCT-1231-DEC-15€51,000.00
Irish Research Council; Government of Ireland Postfoctoral Fellowship 2017; Audrey Michel; GOIPD/2017/1112; "Development and implementation of an innovative computational algorithm to discover novel regions of translation in mRNA...; GOIPD/2017/1112Irish Research Council29-SEP-1730-SEP-19€90,790.00
Irish Research Council; Government of Ireland Postgraduate Scholarship 2017; Stephen Kiniry; GOIPG/2017/702; "Computational analysis of high-throughput mRNA translation data; Pavel BaranovIrish Research Council01-OCT-1730-SEP-21€95,260.00
Development of computational resources for the analysis of Genome Wide Information on Protein Synthesis.Science Foundation of Ireland01-APR-1331-DEC-17€1,613,437.00
Wellcome Trust 09906/Z/12/Z Biomedical Vacation Scholarship Oleksandr NychykForeign Research Institute09-JUL-1231-AUG-12€1,768.00
Identification of A-to-I RNA editing in the ribosomal RNA of highter eukaryotesScience Foundation of Ireland01-NOV-0931-DEC-10€9,594.00
Genome wide characterization of utilization of non standard decoding by robsomal profiling.Foreign Research Institute01-NOV-1131-OCT-16€482,605.00

Publications

Book Chapters

 YearPublication
(2010)'Bacterial and phage recoding: programmed frameshifting, bypassing, and redefinition including readthrough'
Atkins, JF; Fayet, O; Baranov, PV; (2010) 'Bacterial and phage recoding: programmed frameshifting, bypassing, and redefinition including readthrough' In: Escherichia coli and Salmonella: Cellular and Molecular Biology. ASM Press. [Details]
(2010)'Sequences promoting recoding are singular genomic elements'
Baranov, PV; Gurvich, OL; (2010) 'Sequences promoting recoding are singular genomic elements' In: Recoding: Expansion of Decoding Rules Enriches Gene Expression. Heidelberg and New York: Springer Publishers. [Details]
(2010)'Computational resources for studying recoding'
Firth, AE; Bekaert, M; Baranov, PV; (2010) 'Computational resources for studying recoding' In: Recoding: Expansion of Decoding Rules Enriches Gene Expression. Heidelberg and New York: Springer Publishers. [Details]

Professional Activities

Honours and Awards

 YearTitleAwarding Body
1995G Soros International Science Foundation Fellowship for graduate students. G Soros International Science Foundation
1996G Soros International Science Foundation Fellowship for graduate students. G Soros International Science Foundation
1998G Soros International Science Foundation Fellowship for graduate students. G Soros International Science Foundation
1999National Cancer Center Postdoctoral Fellowship. US National Cancer Center
2007Science Foundation Ireland Principal Investigator Award Science Foundation Ireland
2009Science Foundation Ireland Short Term Travel Award Science Foundation Ireland

Professional Associations

 AssociationFunctionFrom / To
International Society for Computational Biology Member/

Conference Contributions

 YearPublication
(2009)Moscow Conference on Computational Molecular Biology (MCCMB'09),
Pavel Baranov; (2009) Codon size reduction as the origin of the triplet genetic code. [Oral Presentation], Moscow Conference on Computational Molecular Biology (MCCMB'09), Moscow , 20-JUN-09 - 23-JUN-09. [Details]
(2007)International Meeting 'Ribosomes: Form and Function',
Baranov, P.V.; (2007) International Meeting 'Ribosomes: Form and Function'. [Oral Presentation], International Meeting 'Ribosomes: Form and Function', Cape Cod, MA, USA , 01-JAN-07 - 01-JAN-07. [Details]
(2005)Mini Symposium on Systems Biology,
Baranov, P.V.; (2005) Recoding: A conspiracy against the genetic code. [Oral Presentation], Mini Symposium on Systems Biology, EMBL, Heidelberg, Germany , 01-JAN-05 - 01-JAN-05. [Details]
(2004)International Meeting Microbial Genomes,
Baranov, P.V.; (2004) Transcriptional slippage utilization in bacteria. [Poster Presentation], International Meeting Microbial Genomes, Cambridge, UK , 01-JAN-04 - 01-JAN-04. [Details]
(2003)Triennial International Conference on the Ribosome,
Baranov, P.V.; (2003) Ribosomal frameshifting in bacterial release factor 2 genes. [Oral Presentation], Triennial International Conference on the Ribosome, Queenstown, New Zealand , 01-JAN-03 - 01-JAN-03. [Details]

Employment

 EmployerPositionFrom / To
University College Cork Lecturer/
Max-Planck Institute, Berlin Research Associate01-JAN-98 / 01-JAN-99
University of Utah Senior Research Associate01-JAN-99 / 01-JAN-04
University College Cork Research Fellow01-JAN-04 / 01-JAN-07
University College Cork Principle Investigator01-APR-07 /

Education

 YearInstitutionQualificationSubject
1994Moscow State University MScChemistry
1998Moscow State University PHDMolecular Biology

Languages

 LanguageReadingWritingSpeaking
English FluentFluentFluent
Russian FluentFluentFluent

Teaching Activities

Teaching Interests

PVB teaches BC3010, BC3011, BC4012, GN3002, GN4002, NU2057, NU2077, NU2078 and MB6303 modules.
 

Recent Postgraduates

 Graduation YearStudent NameInstitutionDegree TypeThesis Title
2012Virag Sharma University College CorkPh.D.
2013Anmol Kiran University College CorkPh.D.
2013Audrey Michel University College CorkPh.D.
2012Nicole Vaughan University College CorkM.Sc.
2011David Murphy University College CorkM.Sc.
2013Claire Donohue University College CorkM.Sc.
2011Patrick O'Connor University College CorkM.Sc.
2012Gearóid Fox University College CorkM.Sc.
2010Audrey Michel University College CorkM.Sc.

Current Postgraduate Students

 StudentDegree Type
O Connor Patrick Doctoral Degree
O Loughlin Sinead Doctoral Degree
Fenton Darren Anthony Doctoral Degree
Pai Anjali Doctoral Degree (Structured)
Heaphy Stephen Michael Doctoral Degree

Modules Taught

 Term (ID))TitleLinkSubject
2018Protein Science BC4002Protein Science
2018Literature Project on Genetics GN3002Literature Project on Genetics
2018Research Project GN4002Research Project
2018Forensic Genetics and Molecular Biology BC3011Forensic Genetics and Molecular Biology
2018Bioinformatics BC3010Bioinformatics

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School of Biochemistry and Cell Biology

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University College Cork, Western Road, Cork.

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