ЦуранковResearcher, Laboratory of Environmentally Safe Animal Production under Technogenic Contamination Conditions


Phone: +375 232 349 732

Scientific interests:

radiation hygiene, human and animal dosimetry, applied radioecology.


Graduated from Francisk Skorina Gomel State University, Biology Faculty, in 1989. Started his employment in 1989 in a position of an engineer in the Belorussian Branch of All-Union Research Institute of Agricultural Radiology (later – Research Institute of Radiology, and since 2019 – Institute of Radiobiology of the National Academy of Sciences). String from 1998, a researcher of Animal Husbandry Laboratory (later – Laboratory of Environmentally Safe Animal Production under Technogenic Contamination Conditions).

During his career with the Institute, took part in multiple scientific and research works and activities in the framework of four consecutive State and Union-State Chernobyl Programmes, took part in international research projects.

A Chernobyl Liquidator (accident recovery worker).

Author and co-author of about 100 scientific works, including publications in scientific journals and research articles in conference proceedings.


Averin V.S., Tsygvintsev P.N., Tsurankov E.N. Assessment of the true absorption coefficient of 90Sr in cattle. Problems of Ecology and Nature Management in the Gomel Region (Dedicated to the 10th Anniversary of the Chernobyl Accident). Minsk, 1996; pp. 53–67. (In Russian.)

Internal exposure of rural residents of some settlements of the Lelchitsky district of the Gomel region. V.S. Averin, K.N. Buzdalkin, Yu.N. Pyatnov, E.N. Tsurankov. Chernobyl: Ecology and Health. Gomel, 1998; No. 2 (6); pp. 50–51. (In Russian.)

Averin V.S., Pyatnov Yu.N., Tsurankov E.N., Mostovenko A.L. Assessment of the effect of newly cultivated pastures on reduction of internal exposure doses of residents in some settlements of the Lelchitsky district. In Conf. Proc.: Agricultural Practices under Conditions of Radioactive Contamination. Gorki, June 29 – July 2, 1998. (In Russian.)

Averin V.S., Tsurankov E.N., Ignatenko V.A., Pyatnov Yu.N. The role of domestic animals in the transport of 137Cs and 90Sr and radionuclide uptake by crop products in private farming practices. In: Environmental Problems and Solutions at the Turn of the Third Millennium. Bryansk, June 15-17, 1999; Vol. 1; pp. 323-325. (In Russian.)

E.N. Tsurankov, E.V. Kopyltsova, V.S. Averin. Some aspects of internal exposure dose formation in southern regions of Gomel region in the remote period after the Chernobyl disaster. In: Medical Radiological Consequences of Chernobyl: Predictions and Actual Data 30 Years Later. Obninsk, May 17-19, 2016; P. 155. (In Russian.)

E.N. Tsurankov, E.V. Kopyltsov. Referring to rationing the content of radionuclides in animal feeds and diets. In: Current Problems and Prospects for the Development of Territories Affected by the Chernobyl Disaster. Khoiniki, July 26-27, 2018; pp. 239–242. (In Russian.)

E.N. Tsurankov, E.V. Kopyltsova, S.V. Borisenko. Actualization of targeted protective measures to reduce internal doses of rural residents. In: Chernobyl and Science: Experience in Overcoming the Consequences; Gomel, April 19-20, 2018; pp. 165-169. (In Russian.)

E.N. Tsurankov, E.V. Kopyltsova Assessment of internal radiation doses in rural residents as a method of improving targeted protective measures. In: Radiobiology: Contemporary Issues; Gomel, 26-27 September 2019; pp. 189–193. (In Russian.)

Tsygvintsev P.N., Tsurankov E.N. Influence of Awareness of the Rural Population on the Formation of Doses of Internal Radiation. In: Radioecological Consequences of Radiation Accidents – to the 35th anniversary of the Chernobyl accident; Obninsk, April 22-23, 2021; Eds. N.I. Sanzharova, V.M. Shershakov. Obninsk: RIRAE, 2021; pp. 383–387.