Shvets Yulia
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Dr. Shvets Yulia


Faculty of Chemical and Biopharmaceutical Technologies

Kyiv National University of Technologies and Design

Nemyrovycha-Danchenka Street, 2, Kyiv 01011, Ukraine


R. E. Kavetsky Institute of Experimental Pathology, Oncology and Radiobiology, NAS Ukraine, department of design of antitumor drugs


Date of birth 11.06.1973



Personal information:

Dr. Shvets Yulia


Citizenship: Ukrainian.

Position: Docent, Senior Research Fellow, PhD in Oncology


19952001R. E. Kavetsky Institute of Experimental Pathology, Oncology and Radiobiology, NAS Ukraine (PhD program)

19901995Taras Shevchenko Kiev University, Department of Microbiology and Common Immunology (honour diploma)

Work Experience


2002- 2010

National Institute of Cancer, Senior Research Fellow

2001– current time


2001- current time

R. E. Kavetsky Institute of Experimental Pathology, Oncology and Radiobiology, NAS Ukraine, , Senior Research Fellow

Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, docent



July 2020

Dec 2019

Flow cytometry training, Ukraine

Flow cytometry training, Ukraine




Recent publications


1. Shvets Yu. V., Lukyanova N. Yu., Chekhun V. F. Human microbiota and effectiveness of cancer chemotherapy, Experimental Oncology, 2020, V42, N 2, pp. 1-12.

2. Zalutski, I.V., Lukianova, N.Y., Storchai, D.M., Shvets Y.V., Rudnichenko, Y.A., Chekhun, V.F. Influence of exogenous lactoferrin on the oxidant/antioxidant balance and molecular profile of hormone receptor-positive and-negative human breast cancer cells in vitro // Experimental Oncology, 2017, V 39, N2, pp. 106-111.

3. Chekhun, V.F., Lozovska, Y.V., Burlaka, A.P., Shvets Y.V., Tregubova, N.A., Naleskina, L.A. Remodulating effect of doxorubicin on the state of iron-containing proteins, and redox characteristics of tumor with allowance for its sensitivity to cytostatic agents // Ukrainian Biochemical Journal, 2016, V 88, N1, pp.99-108.


Teaching experience:

In total, the teaching experience is 19 years and includes subjects which were taught to students of Department of Microbiology and Immunology KNU: “Cellular Immunology”, “Biological Fundamentals of Infectious Processes”, “Basic Immunology”, “Antitumor Immunity”, “Medical Microbiology” (to foreign students).


Research interests and hands-on experience in experimental work:

human microbiota in cancer disease;

immune system – microbiota interactions in health and disease;

flow cytometry technologies in immunology and oncology;


Textbooks selected for the teaching of a course of immunology:

1. Abbas A. K., Lichtman A. H., Pillai S. Cellular and Molecular Immunology, 2015, Elsevier.

2. Murphy K., Weaver C. Janeway`s Immunobiology 9-th edition, 2017