Nataliya Shulga

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Position: Executive Director of NGO "Ukrainian Science Club", Kyiv, Ukraine.

Address: 5 Belinskogo Str., Kyiv 02147, Ukraine

Phone: +38-044-270-3660 offax, +38-097-375-5588 cell

E-mail: nataliya_shulga<AT>nauka.in.ua

1992 Ph.D. in Molecular Biology, Institute of Molecular Biology and Genetics, NASU, Kyiv, Ukraine.

Scientific interests:

  • Nuclear-cytoplasmic communications
  • Programmed cell death
  • Molecular chaperons evolution
  • Translational control in eucaryotic cells
  • Complex systems research

Professional membership:

  • National Geographic Society (1994)
  • American Society for Cell Biology (1996)
  • American Association for Advancement of Science (1998)
  • New York Academy of Science (2000)
  • Expert of Ukrainian expert network (2005)
  • Expert of European Training Foundation (2006)

Selected publications:

  1. Maslyukivska, О., Gozak, N., Ruban, А., Shulga, N. (2007) The Concept of Green Office. Recommendations for organizations on environmentally friendly operations. Pulsary: 64 p.
  2. Mason, D.A., Shulga, N., Undavia, S., Ferrando-May, E., Rexach, M.F., Goldfarb, D.S. (2005) Increased nuclear envelope permeability and Pep4p-dependent degradation of nucleoporins during hydrogen peroxide-induced cell death. FEMS Yeast Res. 5, N12; 1237-1251
  3. Strawn, L. A., Shen, T., Shulga, N., Goldfarb, D. S. and S. R. Wente. (2004) Minimal nuclear pore complexes: Genomic strategy defines FG repeat domains essential for transport. Nature Cell Biol. 2004 Mar;6(3):197-206
  4. Shulga, N. and D.S. Goldfarb. (2003).Binding dynamics of structural nucleoporins govern nuclear pore complex permeability and may mediate channel gating. Molec. Cell. Biol. 23, 534-542.
  5. Pan, X., Roberts, P.M., Chen, Y., Kvam, E.L., Shulga, N., Huang, K., Lemmon, S., Goldfarb, D.S. (2000) Nucleus-Vacuole Junctions in Saccharomyces cerevisiae are formed through the direct interaction of Vac8p with Nvj1p. Mol. Biol. Cell. 11: 2445-2467.
  6. Shulga, N., Mosammaparast, N., Wozniak, R., Goldfarb, D. S. (2000) Yeast Nucleoporins Involved in Passive Nuclear Envelope Permeability. J. Cell Biol. 149: 1027-1038.
  7. Shulga, N., James, P., Craig, E.A., Goldfarb, D.S. (1999) A Nuclear Export Signal prevents Saccharomyces cerevisiae Hsp70 Ssb1p from stimulating Nuclear Localization Signal-directed nuclear transport. J. Biol. Chem. 274:16501-16507.
  8. Shulga N, Wozniak R, Goldfarb DS A genetic and structural basis for nuclear envelope permeability in Saccharomyces cerevisiae Mol. Biol. Cell. 10: 2525 Suppl. S NOV 1999
  9. Shulga N., James P, Craig EA, and D.S. Goldfarb (1997) Requirements for the function of yeast Hsp70 in nuclear localization signal-directed nuclear transport. Mol. Biol. Cell. 8: 2483
  10. Shulga, N., Roberts, P., Gu., Z., Spitz., L., Tabb., M.M., Nomura, M., Goldfarb, D.S. (1996) In vivo nuclear transport kinetics in Saccharomyces cerevisiae: a role for heat shock protein 70 during targeting and translocation. J. Cell Biol. 135: 329-339.