Head of the Department of BioSystems Sustainability, PhD BioScs,
Scientific interests and research efforts are mainly dedicated to broadening understanding of the mechanisms and biological effects of various stress factors, such as emotional stress, exposure to ionizing and non-ionizing radiation and different chemicals etc., investigating the state of active cell proliferation in tissues, with a special focus on testicular tissue and the male reproductive system in general, which is especially relevant today considering the rapidly growing rates of male infertility.
Proficient in flow cytofluorometry and other state-of-the-art analytical methods and techniques used to ensure the highest level of research and give essential knowledge for a deeper understanding of the body systems and their functions.
Education and Career:
2020 – pres. Head of the Department of BioSystems Sustainability, IRB
2020 Defended her PhD thesis titled “Reproductive organs of male rats in a postnatal period and of their posterity exposed to electromagnetic radiation from a mobile phone” and awarded a PhD Degree in Biology (aka Candidate of Biological Sciences)
2014 – 2019 PhD Course in Radiobiology, IRB
2006 – 2020 Researcher, Endocrinology & Biochemistry Laboratory, IRB
2001 – 2002 Advanced Training Course in General Clinical Diagnostics, Gomel State Medical University
2001 Graduated from Francisk Skorina Gomel State University, Biology Faculty
Radioprotective Drug. Chueshova N.V., Kozlov A.Ye., Cheshik I.A. Patent no. 23292, Republic of Belarus. Publ. 30 Dec 2020.
Author and co-author of over 70 published scientific works, including 20 research papers published in Belarus VAK (Higher Attestation Commission of the Republic of Belarus) journals.
Vereshchako G.G., Chueshova N.V., Gunkova N.V. Sostoianie reproduktivnoi sistemy krys-samtsov posle dlitelnogo zlektromagnitnogo oblucheniia mobilnym telefonom (900 MGts) v period ee formirovaniia (The state of the reproductive system of male rats continuously exposed to EMR from a mobile phone (900 MHz) during its formation, in Russian). Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. Biol. Series. 2012. No. 4. P. 52–56.
Vereshchako G.G., Gorokh G.A., Gunkova N.V., Sukhareva D.V., Chueshova N.V. Reaktsiia krovetvornoi i reproduktivnoi sistem organizma i uroven nekotorykh gormonov v syvorotke krovi krys-samtsov, podvergnutykh dlitelnoi ekspozitsii EMP diapazona mobilnoi sviazi (The reaction of the hematopoietic and reproductive systems and the level of certain hormones in blood serum of male rats in prolonged exposure to EM mobile communications field range, in Russian). J. of Bel. State University. ECOLOGY. 2012. Vol. 1. Issue 19. P. 47–52.
Vereshchako G.G., Chueshova N.V., Gorokh G.A., Naumov A.D. Sostoianie reproduktivnoi sistemy krys-samtsov 1-go pokoleniia, poluchennykh ot obluchennykh roditelei i podvergnutykh vozdeistviiu EMI (897 MGts) v period embriogeneza i postnatalnogo razvitiia (Reproductive system of first-generation male offspring of irradiated parents following their exposure to EMR (897 MHz) during embryogenesis and postnatal development, in Russian). Rad. Biol. Radioecology. 2014. Vol. 54. No. 2. P. 186–192.
G. Vereschako, N. V. Tchueshova, E. V. Andronova. Implications of beam effects in the reproductive system male rats 1st generation received from female irradiated with a dose of 0.5 Gy (in Russian). Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. Biol. Series. 2015. Vol. 1. P. 69–72.
Combined action of radiation and immobilization stress on reproductive system male rats station (in Russian). G.G. Vereschako, N.V. Chueshova, G.A. Gorokh, A.D. Naumov. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. Biol. Series. 2015. Issue 2. P. 61–65.
The impact from external exposure and immobilization stress on male rats reproductive system (in Russian). G.G. Vereschako, N.V. Chueshova, G.A. Gorokh, I.G. Kozlov, A.D. Naumov. Rad. Biol. Radioecology. 2016. Vol. 56. Issue 1. P. 56–63.
V. Chueshova. Comparative analysis of the effects of short and long electromagnetic radiation (1800 MHz) on the reproductive system of male rats (in Russian). PNAS. Med. Series. 2016. Issue 3. P. 74–79.
G.G. Vereschako, V.I. Shalatonin, G.A. Gorokh, I.G. Kozlov, N.V. Tchueshova. Long-term effects of EMF mobile phone (1800 MHz) on epididymal spermatozoa and the levels of hormones in blood serum of rats (in Russian). J. of Bel. State Univ. ECOLOGY. 2016. Issue 3. P. 59–63.
Effects of long-term electromagnetic radiation of mobile phones (1745 MHz) on blood and reproductive system of male rats. G.G. Vereschako, N.V. Chueshova, V.I. Shalatonin, D.V. Suchareva. Doklady BGUIR. 2016. Issue 7 (101). P. 201–205.
Gennady G. Vereschako, Igor A. Cheshik, Valery I. Shalatonin, Natalya V. Chueshova, Gregory A. Gorokh, Margaryta A. Bakshayeva, Aliaksandr Ya. Kazlou, Elena V. Tsukanova. Sensitivity of rats blood cells and epididymal spermatozoa to low frequency magnetic fields (50 Hz). In Russian. DOKLADY of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus. 2017. Vol. 61, no. 5. P. 115–120.
Radiation injury spermatogenic cells and spermatozoa rats Wistar after external exposure. G.G. Vereschako, N.V. Chueshova, E.V. Tsukanova, M.A. Bakshayeva. PNAS. Biol. Series. 2017. Issue 2. P. 40–45.
G.G. Vereshchako, N.V. Chueshova. Reaktsiia organov reproduktivnoi sistemy i epididimalnykh spermatozoidov krys na elektromagnitnoe izluchenie ot mobilnogo telefona (1800 MGts) razlichnoi prodolzhitelnosti (Reactions of reproductive organs and epididymal sperms of rats on electromagnetic exposure from a mobile phone (1800 MHz) of different time length, in Russian). Rad. Biol. Radioecology, 2017; vol. 57 (1); p. 71–76
G.G. Vereshchako, I.A. Cheshik, N.V. Chueshova, V.I. Shalatonin, G.A. Gorokh, M.A. Bakshaeva, E.V. Tsukanova, A.E. Kozlov. Effekty sochetannogo deistviia magnitnogo polia promyshlennoi chastoty (50 Hz) i oblucheniia v doze 1 Gy v krovi i reproduktivnoi sisteme krys-samtsov. In Russian. Radiation Biology. Radioecology. 2018. Vol. 58. Issue 5. DOI: 10.1134/S086980311805017X.
Grigoriev YuG, Chueshova NV, Vereschako GG. Reproductive System State among Generations of Male Rats, Obtained from Irradiated Parents and Subjected to Electromagnetic Interference from Mobile Phone. Medical Radiology and Radiation Safety. 2018;63(5):33-40. Russian. DOI: 10.12737/article_5bc89628800007.23290426
Chueshova N. V., Vismont F. I. Long-term effects of electromagnetic radiation of the mobile phone frequency on the morphofunctional state of the reproductive system of rats and males and their offspring. Doklady Natsional’noi akademii nauk Belarusi = Doklady of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus, 2019, vol. 63, no. 2, pp. 198-206 (in Russian). https://doi.org/10.29235/1561-8323-2019-63-2-198-206
Chueshova N. V., Vismont F. I., Cheshyk I. А. Effect of electromagnetic radiation from a mobile phone (1745 MHz) on the condition of the reproductive system of male rats during their postnatal development. Vestsi Natsyyanal’nai akademii navuk Belarusi. Seriya meditsinskikh navuk = Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus. Medical Series, 2019, vol. 16, no. 2, pp. 216–225 (in Russian). https://doi.org/10.29235/1814-6023-2019-16-2-216-225