East Asia Terrestrial Biodiversity FEB RAS
In 2004, Marina Sidorenko defended her thesis in two specialties: soil science and microbiology. She is a leading researcher at the Federal Scientific Center of the East Asia Terrestrial Biodiversity Far Eastern Branch of Russian Academy of Sciences (FSCEATB FEB RAS). She has published over 35 articles in well-known journals and 5 patents of the Russian Federation, is a member of the editorial board and reviewer of several journals. Her areas of interest are applied microbiology, soil microbiome, sanitary microbiology. It was established that the viability of the causative agents of saprozoonotic infections in soil biocenoses depends on the type of soil and its properties (physicochemical characteristics, humic composition, mineral fertilizers). Now the effect of biotic factors on the conservation and reproduction of saprozoonoses in the soil is being studied.
Applied Microbiology, Soil Microbiome, Sanitary Microbiology