Yulia G. Khomenko

Leading developer, analyst and specialist in the introduction and adaptation of the product to practical application, PhD

khomenko@i-brain.tech

Leading developer, analyst and specialist in the introduction and adaptation of the product to practical application, PhD, research associate of the Laboratory of Neuroimaging of the N.P. Bechtereva Institute of the Human Brain, Russian Academy of Sciences.

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Education:

  • 1997-2003 - Medical doctor, Amur State Medical Institute, Blagoveschensk, Russia.
  • 2003-2006 - Postgraduate student in the Stereotaxis Laboratory of the N.P. Bechtereva Institute of the Human Brain, Russian Academy of Sciences.
  • 2009 - Ph.D. in medical psychology. Theme: “Peculiarities of the subjective components of psychological state in patients with cerebral diseases”. Supervisor: professor Reznikova T.N., Stereotaxis Laboratory of the N.P. Bechtereva Institute of the Human Brain, Russian Academy of Sciences.
  • 2012 - 2014 - Bachelor in Informational systems and technologies, Peter the Great St.Petersburg Politechnic University, St.Petersburg, Russia. Theme of the graduating work: “Development of the electroencephalographic patterns classifier based on the support vector machine”.

Job experience:

  • 2006 - present - researcher in the Laboratory of Neuroimaging of N.P. Bechtereva Institute of the Human Brain, Russian Academy of Sciences, St.Petersburg, Russia.
  • 2006-2008 - Secretary of the Local Organizing commitee of the XIV World Congress of Psychophysiology “Olympics of the brain”, September 2008, St.Petersburg, Russia.

Other merits:

  • 2004 - 2013 - participation in research supported by Russian Government Grants for leading scientific schools of Russia (academician N.P. Bechtereva’s school of thought), Moscow, Russia
  • 2013 - 2015 - participation in in researche supported by Russian Foundation for Basic Reasearch: “Development of the motor command classifier on the basis of real and imaginary movements EEG patterns”, Peter the Great St.Petersburg Politechnic University, St.Petersburg, Russia.

Languages: english (upper intermediate), italian (elementary).