the insight into the effects of exposures to ionizing and non-ionizing electromagnetic radiation alone and in combination with adverse factors such as stress, xenobiotics etc. on the functional state of the liver (synthetic function, protein, lipid and carbohydrate metabolism), exchange of neurotransmitters in various parts of the brain, as well as on the metabolism of steroid hormones in male rats at different stages of ontogenesis; and the search of methods and means to correct such identified alterations.
Education and Career:
Graduated from Francisk Skorina Gomel State University, Biology Faculty, in 2018 with a diploma in Biology (Pedagogic Research) and a qualification of a Biologist, Teacher of Biology and Chemistry. Same year was accepted to the MA Course at the same University, completed in 2020 with a Master degree in Biological Sciences.
Upon graduation, employed at IRB in a position of Jr. Researcher at the Endocrinology & Biochemistry Laboratory.
2020 – present, a junior researcher at the Department of BioSystems Sustainability
Ongoing research projects:
“Estimate the doses and effects on biota from ionizing radiation combined with a stress of various origin in the area of chronic radiation exposure”, 2021–2025 State R&D Programme on Natural Resources and Ecology, sub-programme “Radiation and Biological Systems”;
“The effects of chronic exposure to low levels of electromagnetic radiation from Wi-Fi devices (2 450 MHz) on experimental animals during their postnatal development stages. Search for bioactive substances for the correction of the identified pathological alterations”, State R&D Programme on Natural Resources and Ecology, sub-programme “Radiation and Biological Systems”;
“The mechanisms of the implementation, regulation and correction of the stable and cancer human cell viability under UV exposure with the use of lichen extracts”, 2021–2023 State R&D Programme on Natural Resources and Ecology, sub-programme “Radiation and Biological Systems”;
Novikov R.I., Shchemelev V.M., Kozlov A.E. The effect of a magnetic field of industrial frequency (50 Hz) and sodium sulfite on stress-implementing processes and enzymatic activity. In: XV Int. Conf. “Youth in Science – 2018”, Minsk, 2018: Proceedings; p. 138.
Shchemelev V.M. Combined effect of a magnetic field of industrial frequency and ethanol on the activity of alanine and aspartate aminotransferases in the blood serum of rats. In: Works of the Young 2019: Collection of Scientific Works of university students, undergraduates and graduates; F. Skorina Gomel State University, Gomel, 2019; pp. 130–133.
Shchemelev V.M., Combined effect of a magnetic field and ethanol on certain biochemical characteristics of the liver functions in the blood serum of rats. In: Medico-biological Problems of Alcohol and Other Chemical Addictions: paper Collection; Inst. Biochem. and Bioactive Compounds, Grodno, 2019; pp. 235–239.
Shchemelev V.M. The changes in lipid metabolism in the blood serum of rats under the combined effect of a magnetic field of industrial frequency and ethanol. In: Works of the Young 2020: Collection of Scientific Works of university students, undergraduates and graduates; F. Skorina Gomel State University, Gomel, 2020; pp. 85–89.
V. Chueshova, A. Y. Kazlou, R. I. Novikau, U. M. Shchemeleu, A. A. Shubianok, G. A. Gorokh, I. A. Cheshik. Effects of Electromagnetic Radiation from Wi-Fi Equipment (2450 MHz) on the Body of Male Rats. In: Radiobiology: Contemporary issues 2020. Proc. of the Int. Scient. Conf., Sep 24–25, 2020, Gomel, Belarus. Publ.: Minsk, 2020. P. 151–156.
Shchemelev V.M. Effects of pre- and postanal exposure to the electromagnetic field from Wi-Fi devices on certain biochemical characteristics of male rats. In: Problems of Fundamental Medicine and Biology: Int. Conf. Proc. (Kemerovo, 18-19 Dec 2020); Kemerovo State Medical University, Kemerovo, 2020; pp. 267–269.
Shchemelev V.M., Chueshova N.V. Changes in biochemical parameters of the liver function in chronic exposure to the Wi-Fi electromagnetic field. In: Modern Problems of Radiation Medicine: from Science to Practice: Int. Conf. Proc. (Gomel, 29 Apr 2021); RCRM Radiation Medicine and Human Ecology, Gomel, 2021; pp. 64–65.