Dmitry Orlov (from the Moscow State University, MSU, Russia) will give a research seminar on “Medical-geographical analyses of distribution of natural-focal diseases in the Yamal-Nenets Autonomous District (West Siberia, Russia) accounting for climate change”.
The seminar will take place on Monday 12th November, 9.15-10.30 am
B409 meeting room, 4th floor, Physicum Building
Dmitry's research are supervised by Dr. Hanna Lappalainen from INAR and Prof. Svetlana Malkhazova from MSU. He has successfully finished his 1st year EDUFI/CIMO Fellowship at INAR. His research contributes to the PEEX Challenge: “Climate Change and Human Health”.