Professor, Ph.D, General Director of Academy of Leechtherapy (Russia)
Albert I. Krashenyuk, Professor, Ph.D.
General Director of Academy of Leechtherapy, Saint-Petersburg.
In the project “MorTransGaz” (SeaTransGas) Krashenyuk A. is responsible expert on the problems of ecological safety of entire project, safety of the work of personnel under the conditions of low temperatures and reduced oxygen content (area of Barents sea), on number of technological problems, including the coordination of questions on arrangement and work of plant for the liquefaction of gas in the conversion territory.
Has large work experience with the gas equipment and the chromatographic gas-liquid systems, working under the large pressures;
1996- to the present time Chairman of Department and Clinic in the Academy for Medico- Social Administration;
1995-1996 – Director of the branch of closed stock company “Biokon”;
1974-1995 – Head of laboratory of biochemistry and biophysics; Leningrad scientific research institute of epidemiology and microbiology named after Pasteur.
Education: 1965- graduated from secondary school with the gold medal;
1971 – is honored gold medal for the best student paper on the biochemistry in the USSR;
1971-1974 – entered into the graduate study on the biochemistry into the Leningrad Medical Institute named after I.P.Pavlov, which finished with Ph.D. in biotechnology;
1995 – Received Doctor of Medical Sciences.
Krashenyuk A.- the author of 118 publications on the themes: biophysics, biochemistry, virology, biotechnology, gas-discharge visualization (effect of Kirlian); He is the author of 25 inventions.
Krashenyuk A. – one of participants and organizers of new scientific direction –
space biotechnology in the USSR. Assumed participation in the preparation of experiments under the conditions of micro-gravity on the installations of “Tavriya”, “Robot”.
Publication of the interview of professor Krashenyuk A.I. there is in the journal “Newsweek” (02.12.2002) on the theme of new biophysical methods in Russia and the World.