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Hanna V. Sheverdyukova

Department of Evolutionary Morphology of Vertebrates,

I. I. Schmalhausen Institute of Zoology

15 Bogdan Khmelnitsky Street

Kyiv-30, 01601, Ukraine

E-mail: Hstramontana [et] gmail.com


SCIENTIFIC INTERESTS

Reptiles development, morphology and phylogeny.

 

CURRENT INVESTIGATIONS

Snakes skull development

Heterotopy and heterochrony in skull development in some reptiles species.

 

EDUCATION AND QUALIFICATION

Sumy State Pedagogical University. Specialty: Biology, Psychology. June, 2006.

Master degree in Biology. Sumy State Pedagogical University. June 2007.

Degree of Candidate of Biological Sciences (equivalent of Ph.D.), Institute of Zoology of National Academy of Science of Ukraine, Kyiv. Dissertation entitled "Skull development in the prenatal period in Grass snake, Natrix natrix (Ophidia, Colubridae) ontogenesis" (specialization: zoology) was defended on the 18-th of December, 2012.

 

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

2006-2009 Laboratory assistant, Chair of Zoology, Sumy State Pedagogical University.

2007-2009 Part time assistant of chair of Zoology, Sumy State Pedagogical University.

2009 - 2012 - postgraduate student, I. I. Schmalhausen Institute of Zoology of National Academy of Science of Ukraine, Kyiv.

2012 - present time - Junior Research Scientist at Department of Evolutionary Morphology of Vertebrates, I. I. Schmalhausen Institute of Zoology of National Academy of Science of Ukraine, Kyiv.

 

SCIENTIFIC AWARDS

National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine Scholarship for young scientists, years 2012-2014.


SCIENTIFIC PUBLICATIONS

 

PhD Thesis: Sheverdyukova H.V. 2012. Skull development in the prenatal period og Grass snakes, Natrix natrix (Ophidia, Colubridae) ontogenesis. Thesis for the scientific degree of candidate of biological sciences. - Kyiv, 2012. 21 p. [In Ukrainian].

 

Articles:

Sheverdyukova, H.V. 2017. Development of the Osteocranium in Natrix natrix (Serpentes, Colubridae) Embryogenesis II: Development of the jaws, palatal complex and associated bones vault // Acta Zool. Early View. DOI: 10.1111/azo.12253

Sheverdyukova, H.V. 2017. Development of the osteocranium in Natrix natrix (Serpentes, Colubridae) embryogenesis I: development of cranial base and cranial vault // Zoomorphology 136 (1): 131-143.DOI: 10.1007/s00435-016-0333-8

Kovtun M.F., Yarigin A.N., Sheverdyukova H.V. 2011. Embryology: the history and the present, tasks and perspectives. Vestnik Cherkasskogo Universiteta., 24: 5763 p. [In Russian].

Kovtun M.F. Sheverdyukova H.V. 2011. Formation of prootic foramina in chondrocranium at the early stages of Grass snake, Natrix natrix (Ophidia, Colubridae) embryogenesis. Vestnik Zooligii, 45 (6): 561-565. [In Russian].

Sheverdyukova H.V. 2012. Development of the ethmoidal region of the chondrocranium in the Grass snake, Natrix natrix (Ophidia, Colubridae) embryogenesis. Vestnik Zooligii,46(3): 247-257. [In Russian].

Sheverdyukova H.V. 2012. Polar cartilages and formation of crista sellaris in Grass snake Natrix natrix (Opidia, Colubridae) chondrocranium at the early stages of embryogenesis. Vestnik Zooligii, 46(5): 461-468.

Kovtun M. F., Sheverdyukova H. V. Early stages of skull embryogenesis in the grass snake, Natrix natrix (Serpentes, Colubridae) // Russian Journal of Developmental Biology, 2015, Vol. 46, No. 4, pp. 222230.

 

Conference abstracts:

Sheverdyukova H. Variability in the development of some skull bones in Grass snake // International Zoological Congress of "Grigore Antipa" Museum - Book of abstracts. "Grigore Antipa" National Museum of Natural History. Bucharest, Romania, 2014. P. 144.

Sheverdyukova H.V., Merzlikin I.R. 2011. Features of reproductive biology and development in the Grass snake, Natrix natrix (Ophidia, Colubridae). Abstracts of the IV International research-and-practical conference Theoretical and practical aspects of oology in modern zoology, Kyiv: 81-83. [In Russian].

Sheverdyukova H.V. 2011. Peculiarities of planum antorbitale formation in ethmoidal region of chondrocranium in the Grass snake, Natrix natrix (Ophidia, Colubridae) embryogenesis. Abstracts of the VI International conference of young scientists Biology: from molecule to biosphere, Kharkiv: 485 - 486. [In Russian].

Sheverdyukova H. 2012. The Formation of the ethmoidal region's structures of the chondrocranium in Grass snake's, Natrix natrix (Ophidia, Colubridae) embryogenesis. Abstracts of the VIII International research-and-practical conference of young scientists Youth and Biology, Lviv: 204 - 205.

Sheverdyukova H.V. 2012. The early stages of skull embryogenesis in Grass snake, Natrix natrix (Ophidia, Colubridae), previously undescribed structure and their expected nature. Abstracts of the XIX International conference of students and young scientists "Lomonosov-2012", Moscow: p. 20. [In Russian].

Sheverdyukova H.V. 2012. Appearance and development of basic structures in the Grass snake, Natrix natrix (Ophidia, Colubridae) chondrocranium embryogenesis. Abstracts of the V Congress of Russian Herpetological society, Minsk: 354-356. [In Russian].

Sheverdyukova H.V. 2012. Formation of crista sellaris in the Grass snake, Natrix natrix (Ophidia, Colubridae) chondrocranium. Proceedings of the International research-and-practical conference Ecology, Evolution and systematics, Ryazan, 2012. P. 393-394. [In Russian].

Sheverdyukova H. V. Complex origin of some bones in the grass snake Natrix natrix skull embryogenesis // Program and abstracts of 17th European Congress of Herpetology (22-27 August 2013, Veszprem, Hungary), P. 289.

Sheverdyukova H.V.The peculiarities of some dermal bones formation in grass snake, Natrix natrix (Ophidia, Colubridae) osteocranium // Modern herpetology: problems and ways of their solutions. Collection of papers of the First International Conference of the Young Herpetologists of Russia and neighboring countries (Saint-Petersburg, Russia, 2527 November 2013) / Zoological institute of RAS. Saint-Petersburg, 2013. P. 163-166.

 


LANGUAGES

Russian (native), Ukrainian (native), English (understanding, reading and speaking).

 


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