Military Medical Academy
Panin Alexander - senior lecturer of the Department of Microbiology of the Military Medical Academy. Specialist in medical support for the preparation of expeditions to the polar zones. Participant 50 and 56 Russian Antarctic expeditions. I monitor the sanitary status of the objects of Russia in Antarctica. In a team of like-minded people, psychophiles – bacteria and micromycetes, living at low temperatures under extreme polar conditions, types of microorganisms of medical significance, are exploring. He has published more than 20 scientific articles in well-known journals, where observations on aspects of global warming are objectified. Microbiological monitoring is most informative in extreme zones of polar deserts as predictors of global warming and epidemiological risks of the emergence of infectious diseases of humans and animals. Studying symbiosis in cyanobacterial mats and in the polar microbiota. This allows us to objectify the risks of global climate disasters.
Global Warming and Climate Disasters