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Anna M Brynskikh

Tel.: +1 402 559 9021




I'm a graduate student working under supervision of Dr Kabanov.Major focus of my research is the brain delivery of block ionomer complexes

(BICs or "nanozymes") in neurological conditions with oxidative stress compound (Parkinson's disease, stroke, neurotrauma). Majority of my

studies are performed in the in vivo models of these disorders. 


08.2007-present  Graduate student, MSIA program, Department of Pharmacology and Experimental Neuroscience, UNMC, NE, USA

11.2006-08.2007 Student Scholar, Department of Pharmacology and Experimental Neuroscience, UNMC, NE, USA

09.2001-06.2006 Master's Degree, Neurobiology Department, Biology School, Moscow State University, Moscow, Russia


1. Anna M. Brynskikh, Yuling Zhao, R. Lee Mosley, Shu Li, Michael D. Boska, Natalia L. Klyachko, Alexander V. Kabanov, Howard E. Gendelman, and Elena V. Batrakova. Macrophage Delivery of Therapeutic Nanozymes in a Murine Model of Parkinson’s Disease. Nanomedicine. 2010 (Publication accepted)

2. Batrakova EV, Li S, Brynskikh AM, Sharma AK, Li Y, Boska M, Gong N, Mosley RL, Alakhov VY, Gendelman HE, Kabanov AV. Effects of pluronic and doxorubicin on drug uptake, cellular metabolism, apoptosis and tumor inhibition in animal models of MDR cancers. J Control Release. 2010 Jan 13. (Epub ahead of print)

3. N.L. Klyachko,# D. S. Manickam #, A. M. Brynskikh, S. Li, S. M. Higginbotham, T. K. Bronich, E.V. Batrakova and A.V. Kabanov. (# indicates equal contribution of authors). Nanoparticular formulations of antioxidant enzymes for CNS delivery. (Publication in revision)

4. Brynskikh A, Warren T, Zhu J, Kipnis J. Adaptive immunity affects learning behavior in mice. Brain Behav Immun. 2008

5. Tourbina L.G., Bogdanov R.R., Ratmanova P.O., Brynskikh A.M., Evina E.I., Napalkov D.A., Latanov A.V., Shulgovsky V.V..  Saccadic eye movements in mild to moderate PD patients and dynamics of saccadic parameters’ changes in patients during pypibedyl treatment. “Clinical medicine almanac”, Moscow, 2005. (in Russian)

6. Napalkov D.A., Kolikov M.B., Ratmanova P.O., Ramendik D.M., Evina E.I., Brynskikh A.M., Latanov A.V., Shijan V.V., Shulgovsky V.V.. “Practical approach to the evaluation of the optimal psycho-physiological state of the professional shooters.”  Chapter in “Approaches to increase efficiency under physical stress”, 2nd edition. Moscow, 2006. (in Russian)*All publications were peer-reviewed


1. Outstanding Scientific Poster Display and Oral Presentation award, NANODDS’09 (10.2009)

2. 2nd place poster award, Pharmaceutics Graduate Student Research Meeting (PGSRM) 2009 (06.2009)

3. ORSAS award (graduate scholarship), Department of Psychology, University of Lancaster, UK (rejected)  (05.2007)

4. Poster presentation award, Red-Ox Biology Center's Annual Retreat, University of Nebraska at Lincoln, Nebraska City, NE (04.2007)

5. Poster presentation award, “Physiology and Medicine” conference, St. Petersburg, Russia (04.2006)