Dr. Anna Ilina | Nanobioscience | Women Researcher Award

Universodad Autónoma de Ciahuila, Mexico

Author Profile

Early Academic Pursuits:

Anna Iliná embarked on her academic journey with a strong foundation in chemistry from the prestigious Facultad de Ciencias Químicas at the Universidad Estatal de Moscú. Her passion for understanding complex biochemical processes led her to pursue a master's degree, where she focused on the kinetics of guanidine nucleotide action in opioid receptor systems. This early research laid the groundwork for her future endeavors in biocatalysis.

Professional Endeavors:

After completing her master's, She continued her academic pursuit at the Universidad Estatal de Moscú, earning her Ph.D. in Chemical Kinetics and Catalysis. Her doctoral research delved into the kinetic regularities of receptor-enzyme systems under prolonged morphine exposure. This marked the beginning of her specialization in biocatalysis, where she sought to unravel the intricacies of biochemical reactions mediated by enzymes.

Contributions and Research Focus:

Throughout her career, Anna's research has been characterized by its interdisciplinary nature, spanning across various fields such as biochemistry, pharmacology, and biotechnology. Her work has been published in numerous high-impact international journals, showcasing her dedication to advancing scientific knowledge. Anna's research focus revolves around elucidating the mechanisms of enzyme-catalyzed reactions and exploring their applications in diverse areas, from drug development to waste biomass valorization.

Accolades and Recognition:

Her contributions to the field of biocatalysis have earned her widespread recognition and acclaim. With over 890 citations, including 810 citations in top-tier journals, her work has significantly impacted the scientific community. She has received accolades for her research excellence and has been honored with awards for her significant contributions to the advancement of chemical kinetics and catalysis.

Impact and Influence:

Her research has not only expanded the frontiers of knowledge in biocatalysis but has also paved the way for practical applications in various industries. Her innovative approaches to enzyme engineering and catalytic processes have the potential to revolutionize fields such as pharmaceuticals, biotechnology, and environmental science. By bridging the gap between fundamental research and real-world applications, Anna's work has left a lasting impact on both academia and industry.

Legacy and Future Contributions:

As a distinguished researcher and academician, Her legacy extends far beyond her scientific achievements. Through her mentorship and guidance, she has inspired countless students and colleagues to pursue excellence in scientific inquiry. Looking ahead, Anna remains committed to pushing the boundaries of biocatalysis, tackling pressing global challenges, and shaping the next generation of scientists. Her unwavering dedication to scientific inquiry and her passion for discovery continue to drive her towards new horizons of knowledge and innovation.



A total of  1148 citations for his publications, demonstrating the impact and recognition of his research within the academic community.

  • Citations            1148
  • h-index               18
  • Document          108

Notable Publications 

Antifungal Activity Enhancement of Cell-Free Streptomyces griseus Extract Obtained by Fermentation with Magnetic Manganese Ferrite Nanoparticles

Biomass from phytopathogens and culture conditions improve Penicillium chrysogenum antimicrobial activity and antifungal compounds production

Effect of encapsulation and natural polyphenolic compounds on bacteriophage stability and activity on Escherichia coli in Lactuca sativa L. var. longifolia

Analysis and Testing of Biopolymers

Plants and Microorganism Bio-compounds on Agriculture Applications by Nanotechnology

Nanoencapsulated Systems for Delivery of Phytopharmaceuticals

Plant Phytochemicals from the Chihuahuan Semi-desert with Possible Herbicidal Actions

Plants of the Chihuahuan Semi-desert for the Control of Phytopathogens

Resveratrol and Immunomodulation

Plant Alpha-amylase Inhibitors: Steady Kinetic Study, Bidens odorata Aqueous Infusion Toxicity and Stability in Digestive Tract Simulation



Anna Ilina | Nanobioscience | Women Researcher Award

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