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MARIA M. BAYLIAK

Associate Professor, Ph.D., Department of Biochemistry and Biotechnology, Vassyl Stefanyk Precarpathian National University (PNU), Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine

I. ADDRESS 

Work address: Department of Biochemistry and Biotechnology, Vasyl Stefanyk Precarpathian National University, 57 Shevchenko Str., Ivano-Frankivsk, 76018, Ukraine.
Phone: +38(0342)596171
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II. PERSONAL
Ukrainian, single, born February 25, 1981,
Languages: Ukrainian, Russian (fluently), English (professional working proficiency), German (reading and translation with dictionary)
Hobbies: embroidering, travelling, adventure and detective stories

III. EDUCATION
2003-2006 Postgraduate student, Department of Biochemistry, PNU. Thesis title: “Peculiarities of antioxidant defence of the yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae at the different growth phases”, defended at Yurij Fed’kovych Chernivtsi National University, Ukraine (October, 2007). Supervisor: Prof. Volodymyr Lushchak, Head of Department of Biochemistry, PNU.
1998-2003 Student, Department of Biology, PNU. M.Sc. Thesis (in Biology): “Biomorphological peculiarities of Convallaria majalis in Precarpathian region”, May 2002 – May 2003. Supervisor: Dr. Nadija V. Shumska, Department of Biology, PNU.

IV. TEACHING EXPERIENCE and SUPERVISION OF STUDENTS
2008-present Associate Professor, Biochemistry and Biotechnology Dept., PNU. Theoretical and practical courses: “Metabolism integration” (lectures & seminars), “Methods of molecular biology” (lectures & practice), “Gene expression” (lectures & practice), “Biologically active natural compounds” (lectures & seminars), “Yeast biochemistry” (lectures & practice), “Biological membranes” (lectures & practice), “Practicum on Biochemistry” (practice), “Microbiology” (lectures & practice), “Virology” (lectures & seminars), “Molecular Biology” (practice).
2006-2008 Assistant of Professor, Biochemistry Dept., PNU. Theoretical and practical courses: “Biochemistry” (practice), “Microbiology” (practice), “Virology” ((seminars), “Molecular Biology” (practice), “Hydrobiology” (lectures & practice), “Ichthyology” (lectures & practice).
Supervision of students
PhD students
Maria Lylyk, 2015-present
Graduate students
2015-2014 – Maria Lylyk, Khrystyna Kliufinska, Kateryna Voroshylo, Oksana Vytvytska, Oksana Maniukh
2014-2013 – Yaryna Sofinska, Khrystuna Hryshuk, Iryna Kyzeniuk
2013-2012 – Liliia Izerska, Nadiia Burdyliuk
2011-2010 – Romaniia Shyshka, Svitlana Hlodan, Nataliia Burak, Ihor Pavlykivskii
2010-2009 – Bohdana Perehinska, Nataliia Maryash
2009-2008 – Tetiana Ostapyshyn

Undergraduate students

2015-2016 – Roksolana Knyhynytska, Veronika Ivasyshyn, Nataliia Burhart, Olha Hrynkiv, Vasyl Balan, Ivan Khalusiak, Olesia Semchyshyn, Maria Holovchak
2015-2014 – Teatiana Panevnyk, Olexandr Kozachok, Vasyl Balan, Olesia Semchyshyn
2014-2013 – Khrystyna Kliufinska, Kateryna Voroshylo, Andrii Zubkevych, Maria Lylyk, Oksana Vytvytska, Teatiana Panevnyk, Olexandr Kozachok
2013-2012 – Khrystyna Kliufinska, Kateryna Voroshylo, Andrii Zubkevych, Maria Lylyk, Oksana Vytvytska, Khrystuna Hryshuk, Yaryna Soainska, Marianna Petryshak, Iryna Kyzeniuk
2012-2011 – Khrystuna Hryshuk, Yaryna Soainska, Marianna Petryshak, Andrii Zubkevych, Zoriana, Liliia Izerska, Nadiia Burdyliuk, Maryana Pasko, Uliana Kovaliuk, Semanchuk Olexandra
2011-2010 – Liliia Izerska, Nadiia Burdyliuk, Maryana Pasko, Uliana Kovaliuk
2010-2009 – Iryna nasaruk, Liudmyla Tomyn, Oksana Himburych,
2009-2008 – Bohdana Perehinska, Nataliia Maryash, Tetiana Barchuk, Romaniia Shyshka, Svitlana Hlodan, Nataliia Burak, Liliia Kuziuk, Ihor Pavlykivskii,
2008-2007 – Iryna Khopta, Bohdana Perehinska, Nataliia Maryash, Tetiana Ostapyshyn, Nataliia Pylypiv, Nataliia Hliuz, Julia Prypchan
2007-2006 –Anastasija Hryhorova, Liudmyla Morgulets, Iryna Karpyn

V. PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE / TRAINING / SCHOLARSHIP:

1. Attendance at IV Summer School “Molecular microbiology and biotechnology”, Odesa I.I. Mechnykov National University, Odesa, Ukraine, May 25 – June 4, 2011.
2. Scholarship from Queen Jadwiga Fund was received for the realization of research project “Budding yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae as a model to study role of oxidative stress in ageing”. The experimental work was done at the Faculty of Biochemistry, Biophysics and Biotechnology of Jagiellonian University (Krakow, Poland) for the period of June 1-30, 2009.

VI. LABORATORY METHODS (PROFICIENCY):
Microbiological methods: light microscopy, cultivation of microorganisms, isolation of microbial cultures, study of physiologic-biochemical properties of microorganisms, determination of life span of yeast cells.
Physiological methods: fruit fly D. melanogaster maintaining and lifespan assay; fruit fly age-related functional declines (fecundity, mobility, sensitivity to stresses, etc.)
Biochemical methods: preparation of tissue and cell extracts, enzyme activities assays, determination of kinetic characteristic of enzymes; measurement of content of proteins, carbohydrates and lipids; protein and DNA electrophoresis; blood chemistry and blood enzymes tests; urine analysis; enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA); spectrophotometric determination of antioxidant properties of plant compounds and major marker of oxidative stress (protein carbonyls, products of lipid oxidation, glutathione level), and fluorymetrical assay of reactive oxygen species production.

VII. SCIENTIFIC INTERESTS AND CURRENT RESEARCH WORK
- Biochemical and molecular aspects of adaptation of microorganisms to environmental conditions, in particular to oxidative stress
- Aging and anti-aging agents
- Oxidative stress and antioxidants
- Using of natural products (alpha-ketoglutarate, arginine, quercetin, plant extracts, kombucha tea, etc.) to counteract the effects of toxicants, to increase stress resistance and to improve overall functional status of living organisms (on models of yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae and fruit fly Drosophila melanogaster)
- Hormetic effects of low doses of stresses and xenobiotics

VIII. MEMBERSHIP IN PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES:
Ukrainian Society for Cell Biology
Ukrainian Biochemical Society
Society of Microbiologists of Ukraine
IX. Other activities
Jury member of National Biological and Ecological Olympiads
Jury member of National Tournament for Young Biologists
Member of Organizing Committee and lecturer at Carpathian Summer Schools in Biochemistry held at Department of Biochemistry and Biotechnology, PNU
Member of Organizing Committee and lecturer at Autumn School for Young Biochemists "Biomolecules in living organisms" held at Department of Biochemistry and Biotechnology, PNU.

X. PUPLICATIONS
Papers: published – 19. Abstracts: 31.

Monograph chapter

1. Semchyshyn H.M., Bayliak M.M., Lushshak V.I. Starvation in yeast: biochemical aspects. In: Biology of starvation in human and other organisms / Edited by T.C. Merkin. Nova Science Publishers, Inc., 2011. – Chapter 2. – P. 103-150.

Experimental articles published in scientific journals

1. Bayliak M.M., Lylyk M.P., Vytvytska O.M., Lushchak V.I., 2016. Assessment of antioxidant properties of alpha-keto acids in vitro and in vivo. Eur. Food Res. Technol. 242 (2), 179-188.
2. Bayliak M.M., Burdylyuk N. I., Lushchak V.I., 2016. Quercetin increases stress resistance in the yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae not only as an antioxidant // Ann. Microbiol. Doi 10.1007/s13213-015-1136-8/
3. Lylyk М.P., Bayliak M.M., 2015. Possible protective mechanisms of alpha-ketoglutarate on fruit fly Drosophila melanogaster canton s under exposure to different stressors // Jounral «Scientific Herald of Chernivtsy University. Biology (Biological Systems)». 7(1), 119-124.
4. Bayliak M.M., Shmihel H.V., Lylyk M.P., Vytvytska O.M., Storey J.M., Storey K.B., Lushchak V.I., 2015. Alpha-ketoglutarate attenuates toxic effects of sodium nitroprusside and hydrogen peroxide in Drosophila melanogaster. Environ. Toxicol. Pharmacol. 40(2), 650-659.
5. Bayliak M., Burdylyuk N., 2015. 2,4-Dichlorphenoxicacetic acid at low concentrations enhances reproductive ability and oxidative stress resistance of yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae. Journal of Vasyl Stefanyk Precarpathian National University, 2(1), 93-99.
6. Shmihel H., Lylyk M., Bayliak M., 2014. Effect of alpha-ketoglutarate on pupation, feeding intensity and levels of some metabolites in larvae Drosophila melanogaster // Visnyk of the Lviv University. Series Biology. 66, 91-99.
7. Struminska О.О., Baylyak М.М., Kurta S.А., 2014. Microbiological properties of natural film-forming materials [in Ukrainian] // Eastern-Еuropean journal of enterprise technologies. 2(681), P. 34-40.
8. Bayliak M.M., Burdyliuk N.I., Izers'ka L.I., Lushchak V.I., 2014. Concentration-dependent effects of Rhodiola rosea on long-term survival and stress resistance of yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae: the involvement of YAP 1 and MSN2/4 regulatory proteins.Dose-Response. 1, 93-109.
9. Semchyshyn H.M., Miedzobrodzki J., Bayliak M.M., Lozinska L.M., Homza B.V., 2014. Fructose compared with glucose is more a potent glycoxidation agent in vitro, but not under carbohydrate-induced stress in vivo: potential role of antioxidant and antiglycation enzymes. Carbohydr Res. 384, 61-69.
10. Luchkiv N.U., Burdylyuk N.I., Izers’ka L.I., Bayliak M.M., 2013. Evaluation of antioxidant properties of Rhodiola rosea L. and Centaurea carpatica porc., collected in Ukrainian Carpathians [in Ukrainian]. Galician Medical Journal. 20(1), 55-57.
11. Bayliak M.M., Lushchak V.I., 2011. The golden root, Rhodiola rosea, prolongs lifespan but decreases oxidative stress resistance in yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae. Phytomedicine. 18(14), 1262-1268.
12. Lushchak O.V., Bayliak M.M., Korobova O.V, Levine R.L., Lushchak V.I., 2009. Buffer modulation of menadione-induced oxidative stress in Saccharomyces cerevisiae. Redox report. 14(5), 214-220.
13. Bayliak М., Gospodaryov D., Semchyshyn Н., Lushchak V., 2008. Inhibition of catalase by aminotriazole in vivo results in reduction of glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase activity in Saccharomyces cerevisiae cells [in Russian and in English]. Biochemistry (Moscow). 73(4), 515-523.
14. Bayliak М.М., Semchyshyn Н.M., Lushchak V.I., 2007. Possible accumulation of non-active molecules of catalase and superoxide dismutase in S. cerevisiae cells under hydrogen peroxide induced stress. Central European Journal of Biology. 2(3), 326-336.
15. Bayliak M., Semchyshyn H., Lushchak V., 2006. Effect of hydrogen peroxide on antioxidant enzyme activities in Saccharomyces cerevisiae is strain-specific [in Russian and in English]. Biochemistry (Moscow). 71(9), 1013-1020.
16. Baylyak M.M., Semchyshyn H.M., Lushchak V.I., 2006. Role of catalase and superoxide dismutase in yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae response to hydrogen peroxide in exponential phase [in Ukrainian]. // Ukr. Biochem. J. 78(2), 79-85.
17. Baylyak M.M., Abrat O.B., Semchyshyn H.M., Lushchak V.I., 2005. Survival and antioxidant defence of the yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae under starvation and oxidative stress [in Ukrainian]. Ukr. Biochem. J. 77(4), 93-98.
18. Gospodaryov D.V., Bailyak M.M., Lushchak V.I., 2005. Free radical inactivation of glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase in Saccharomyces cerevisiae in vitro [in Ukrainian]. Ukr. Biochem. J. 77(1), P. 58-64.

Main conference theses

1. Lylyk M. Alpha-ketoglutarate modifies toxic action of sodium nitroprusside and ethanol on Drosophila melanogaster / M. Lylyk., H. Shmihel, O. Kozachok, M. Bayliak // Ukr. Biochem. J. – Vol. 86, N 5, supplement 2 “Materials of XI Ukrainian Biochemical congress (Kyiv, October 6-10, 2014)”. – P. 249-250.
2. Bayliak M., Izers’ka L. Biochemical percularities of Saccharomyces cerevisiae grown with alpha-ketoglutarate / Abstracts of 13th congress of Society of Microbiologists of Ukraine (Jalta, October, 1-6, 2013). – Jalta, 2013. – P. 64.
3. Hryshuk Кh., Burdyliuk N., Izers’ka L., Bayliak M. Low concentrations of Rhodiola rosea aqueous extract demonstrate stress-protective and geroprotective effects on yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae // International Young scientists conference [«Biodiversity. Ecology. Adaptation. Evolution»], (Odesa, May 13-17, 2013). – Odesa: Pechatniy dom, 2013. – P. 250-251.
4. Pavlykivskyj I., Burdyliuk N., Izers’ka L., Bayliak M. Influence of Rhodiola rosea and quercetin on stress resistance of yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae // Materials of V International Young Scientists conference [Biodiversity. Ecology. Adaptation. Evolution.], (Odesa, June 13-17, 2011). – Odesa: Pechatniy dom, 2011. – P. 227-228.
5. Hlodan S. Combined effect of medicinal plant extract and pH of culture medium on viability of yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae / S. Hlodan N. Burak, M. Bayliak // Materials of V International Young Scientists conference [Biodiversity. Ecology. Adaptation. Evolution.], (Odesa, June 13-17, 2011). – Odesa: Pechatniy dom, 2011. – P. 215 -216.
6. Bayliak М.М., Lushchak V.I. Lifespan and oxidative stress resistance of yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae under treatment with Rhodiola rosea extract // Ukr. Biochem. J. – 2010. – Vol. 82, N 4 (special issue “Materials of the 10th Ukranian Biochemical Congress). – P. 228-229.
7. Semchyshyn Н., Bayliak М., Abrat O., Krzeszowiec W., Lushchak V. Baker’s yeast as a model to study molecular mechanisms of cell response to environmental stress / Н. Semchyshyn, , // Free radical research: Abstracts of the Society for SFRR – Europe Meeting 2009, (Rome, August 26-29, 2009). – Vol. 43, Supplement 1. – P. S80.
8. Bayliak M., Lushchak V. Extracts of Rhodiola rosea decrease oxidative stress resistance but prolong chronological lifespan of the yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae // 3rd Ukrainian-Polish Weigl Conference [“Microbiology on Service for Human”], (Odesa, 14-17 September, 2009): Abstracts. – Odessa: Odesa National I.I. Mechnykov University, 2009. – P. 72-73.
9. Bayliak M. Influence of R. rosea extracts on lifespan of yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae // ХІІ Congress of Society of Microbiologists of Ukraine (Uzhorod, May 25-30, 2009): Abstracts – Uzhorod: Patent, 2009. – P. 359.
10. Bayliak М.М., Semchyshyn Н.M., Lushchak V.I. Relationships between activities of the protective enzymes in Saccharomyces cerevisiae cells under hydrogen peroxide induced stress // Taras Shevchenko Kyiv National University, 2nd Ukrainian Congress for Cell Biology. – Kyiv (Ukraine), 2007. – P. 50.
11. Bayliak М., Semchyshyn Н., Lushchak V. Possible accumulation of non-active molecules of catalase and superoxide dismutase in Saccharomyces cerevisiae under mild oxidative stress // 6th Parnas conf. – Krakow (Poland): Acta Biochim. Polon. – Vol. 54, N2. – 2007. – P. 31.
12. Bayliak М.М. The role of catalase in Saccharomyces cerevisiae adaptation to hydrogen peroxide in the middle exponential phase of growth // The 9th Ukranian Biochemical Congress. – Kharkiv (Ukraine), 2006. – P. 98.
13. Bayliak М.М., Abrat О.B. The enzyme activities in exponential-phase acatalaseamic Saccharomyces cerevisiae cells under Н2О2-stress // Ivan Franko Lviv National University, First International conference of students and postgraduate students “The Youth and Progress in Biology”. – Lviv (Ukraine), 2005. – P. 3.
14. Gospodaryov D., Mandryk S., Bailyak M., Lushchak V. Catalases protect proteins of Saccharomyces cerevisiae against oxidation under growth on ethanol // First (Inaugural) Ukrainian Congress for Cell Biology. – Lviv (Ukraine), 2004. – P. 75.

 

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