Today, two talented students of our Department have defended their master’s theses in Biochemistry.
Svyatoslav Tsympala presented his theoretical work “The Role of Gut Bacterial Metabolites in the Functioning of the Gut-Brain Axis”. His research focuses on the interaction between gut bacterial metabolites and the nervous system, indicating possible prospects for further experimental research in this area.
Svitlana Klishch shared the results of her work “Indicators of pro-/antioxidant status in the liver of mice with consumption of cafeteria diet and ferulic acid”. Her research highlights the effect of nutrition and ferulic acid on oxidative stress and antioxidant defense in the liver of mice.
The Department thanks both students for their hard work and significant contribution to science. We wish them successful scientific career development!