Y.V. Bespalaya (Director of the Institute of Biogeography and Genetic resources, Head of Laboratory), received her PhD in Biology (2007) on the fauna and ecology of mollusks in islands and continental reservoirs of Northern taiga in the west of the Russian plain. She is an expert in malacology and limnology, species diversity, freshwater mollusks, ecology, biogeography, adaptation, life cycles, phylogeny, extreme habitats, phylogeny, invasive species, and reproduction. She published 40 peer-reviewed articles in the fields of mollusk biology, limnology and lake sciences and participated in numerous field expeditions.

Over the past several years, she led numerous grants of Russian Foundation for Basic Research ("Biological invasions of alien species of mollusks in freshwater ecosystems the watercourses of the basin of the White Sea: ecology, impact on native ecosystems, the prediction of distribution, monitoring", "Phylogeography, ecology and adaptive capacity of freshwater mollusks to extreme climatic conditions of the Arctic", "Mollusks in the zoobenthos of lakes in the European sector of the Arctic: species and genetic diversity, adaptive strategies and life cycles") and coordinated the Program of Federal Agency for Scientific Organizations ("Study of the biological and genetic diversity of invertebrate animals in conditions of climate change in the Arctic with the formation of scientific collections").

Yulia V. Bespalaya, PhD Institute of Biogeography and Genetic Resources, N. Laverov Federal Center for Integrated Arctic Research of Russian Academy of Sciences Federal Agency for Scientific Organizations, Arkhangelsk, Russia

Y.V. Bespalaya (Director of the Institute of Biogeography and Genetic resources, Head of Laboratory), received her PhD in Biology (2007) on the fauna and ecology of mollusks in islands and continental reservoirs of Northern taiga in the west of the Russian plain. She is an expert in malacology and limnology, species diversity, freshwater mollusks, ecology, biogeography, adaptation, life cycles, phylogeny, extreme habitats, phylogeny, invasive species, and reproduction. She published 40 peer-reviewed articles in the fields of mollusk biology, limnology and lake sciences and participated in numerous field expeditions.

Over the past several years, she led numerous grants of Russian Foundation for Basic Research ("Biological invasions of alien species of mollusks in freshwater ecosystems the watercourses of the basin of the White Sea: ecology, impact on native ecosystems, the prediction of distribution, monitoring", "Phylogeography, ecology and adaptive capacity of freshwater mollusks to extreme climatic conditions of the Arctic", "Mollusks in the zoobenthos of lakes in the European sector of the Arctic: species and genetic diversity, adaptive strategies and life cycles") and coordinated the Program of Federal Agency for Scientific Organizations ("Study of the biological and genetic diversity of invertebrate animals in conditions of climate change in the Arctic with the formation of scientific collections").

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