About / Lab Staff


Mina Angelova Ivanova


Education:


2006~    PhD student in Molecular Medicine Center, Medical University – Sofia

2004      MSc in Gene and Cell Engineering - Sofia University St. Kliment Ohridski, Faculty of Biology

2002      Bachelor Degree in Biotechnology - Sofia University St. Kliment Ohridski, Faculty of Biology.


Previous and Current Employment: 

2003-2006       National Genetic Laboratory, University Hospital of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Medical University - Sofia


Language proficiency:

English, Italian, Russian

Research interests:

Neuropsychiatric genetics, Genetics of multifactorial disorders

Publications: 

aneva R, Milanova V, Angelicheva D, Macgregor S, Kosov C, Vladimirova R, Aleksiev S, Angelova M, Stoyanova D, Loh A, Hallmayer J, Kalaydjieva L, Jablensky A, 2009, Bipolar disorder in the Bulgarian gypsies: Genetic heterogeneity in a young founder population, AM J MED Genet & Neuropsychiatric genet, Mar 5: 150B(2):191-201

Presentations:

  1. Mina Ivanova, Daliya Kancheva, Momchil Nikolov, Tania Hristova, Nikolina Djurova, Christian Kostov, Vihra Milanova, Ivo Kremenskyand Radka Kaneva Vanio Mitev Association of TPH2 G-703T polymorphism and affective disorders revealed by family based association study Poster presentation, XVIII World Congress on Psychiatric Genetics, Athens, Greece, 2010

  2. Mina Ivanova, Vesselin Chorbov, Christian Kostov, Vihra Milanova, Ivo Kremensky and Radka Kaneva Association analysis of polymorphisms in serotonine and dopamine related genes and personality traits in Bulgarian subjects - Poster Presentation, XIV World Congress on Psychiatric Genetics, Cagliari, Italy - 2006

  3. Mina Ivanova, Vesselin Chorbov, Christian Kostov, Vihra Milanova, Ivo Kremensky and Radka Kaneva Polymorphisms in serotonine and dopamine related genes and their relationship to personality traits in Bulgarian subjects Poster Presentation,7 Balkan Meeting of Human Genetics, Skopje, Macedonia – 2006

  4. Radka Kaneva, Mina Ivanova, Vesselin Chorbov, Garabed Barakian, Antoaneta Galabova, Eleonora Nesheva, Ivo Kremensky, Alexandre Todorov. Association analysis of the 5HT2A receptor and serotonin and dopamine transporter genes with heroin abuse in Bulgarian subjects. Poster presentation, XIII World Congress on Psychiatric Genetics, Boston MA, USA - 2005