Editorial staff - OLGA A. PANOVA


Candidate of Biological Sciences.

Born on May 21, 1990, in Moscow.

Profession: Veterinarian. Graduated from the Federal State Budgetary Educational Institution of Higher Professional Education, Moscow State University of Food Production, in 2012.

Field of Scientific Activity: veterinary helminthology, nematode infections, biology and morphology of causative agents, classical diagnostic techniques, molecular research techniques.


2011-2015 – employment in a Veterinary Clinic as Administrative Officer, Veterinary Assistant, and General Veterinarian.

2012-2016 – Senior Lecturer, Associate Professor of the Department of Veterinary Medicine of the Federal State Budgetary Educational Institution of Higher Education, ROSBIOTECH, from 2019 till present.

2015 – Junior Researcher of the All-Russian Scientific Research Institute for Fundamental and Applied Parasitology of Animals and Plant.

2016 – Ph.D. defense in Parasitology with the VNIIP – FSC VIEV.

2018 – Senior Researcher of the VNIIP – FSC VIEV.

2019 till present – Head of the Laboratory of Biology and Biological Basis of Preventive Measures of the VNIIP – FSC VIEV.

Conduct internships and scientific practices for final year university students.

Active participation in teaching postgraduate students and preparing Ph.D. theses.

Since 2012, involvement in the creation and provision of advanced training courses in veterinary parasitology and sanitary-parasitological surveys.

A Director and an Implementer of Grants from the Russian Science Foundation and the Russian Foundation for Basic Research.

Over 80 scientific papers published.

Main Publications:

1.                  Kurnosova O.P., Panova O.A., Arisov M.V., Prevalence of Giardia duodenalis in dogs and cats: Age-related predisposition, symptomatic, and asymptomatic cyst shedding, Veterinary World, 2024. 17(2): 379–383. (Scopus, Q2)

2.                  Polukhina D.N., Panova O.A., Kurnosova O.P., Emelyanova N.B., Sysoeva N.Yu., Khrustalev A.V., Kachurina L.I., Experience of eradicating causative agents of parasitic diseases in laboratory rats in conventional vivarium // Russian Journal of Parasitology. 2023. Vol. 17. No. 1. Pp. 151-162. https://doi.org/10.31016/1998-8435-2023-17-1-151-162 (ВАК)

3.                  Panova O.A., Kurnosova O.P., Khrustalev A.V., Arisov M.V., Methods for coprological diagnostics of animal parasitosis // Russian Journal of Parasitology. 2023. Vol. 17. No. 3. Pp. 365–377. https://doi.org/10.31016/1998-8435-2023-17-3-365-377 (ВАК)

4.                  Panova O.A., Khrustalev A.V., Andreyanov O.N., Kuznetsova A.D., Kuznetsov K.S., Study on the helminth fauna in the common fox (Vulpes vulpes) in Central Russia // Veterinary Medicine, 2023. No. 11. Pp. 60-63. DOI: 10.30896/0042-4846.2023.26.11.60-63 (ВАК)

5.                  Arisov M.V., Sanitary and parasitological examination of meat and meat products of game ungulates in the Central region of Russia / M.V. Arisov, O.A. Panova, A.V. Uspensky // Veterinary Medicine. – 2023. – No. 12. – Pp. 3-7. – DOI 10.30896/0042-4846.2023.26.12.03-07. (ВАК)

6.                  Kurnosova O.P., Panova O.A., Arisov M.V. The prevalence of potentially zoonotic intestinal parasites in dogs and cats in Moscow, Russia// Helminthologia, 2023 60(1):44-51. DOI: 10.2478/helm-2023-0009 (Scopus, Q4)

7.                  Panova O.A., Khrustalev A.V., Baranova M.V., Polukhina D.N. The occurrence of resistant strains of equine parasitic nematodes in Russia// AIP Conference Proceedings 2817, 020022 (2023) https://doi.org/10.1063/5.0148184 (Scopus)

8.                  Panova O., Baranova M., Kurnosova O., Khrustalev A. Horse gastrointestinal parasites in the Moscow Region // BIO Web Conf. 2023. Volume 71, 01064. https://doi.org/10.1051/bioconf/20237101064 (Scopus)

9.                  Panova O.A., Khrustalev A.V., Porfiryeva L.Yu., Review of pulmonary nematode infections in domestic cats with description of the first case of aelurostrongylosis in a cat in Russia // Russian Journal of Parasitology. 2022. Vol. 16. No. 1. Pp. 17–32. https://doi.org/10.31016/1998-8435-2022-16-1-17-32 (ВАК)

10.              Panova O.A., Arkhipov I.A., Baranova M.V., Khrustalev A.V., The issue of anthelmintic resistance in horse breeding // Russian Journal of Parasitology. 2022. Vol. 16. No. 2. Pp. 230-242. https://doi.org/10.31016/1998-8435-2022-16-2-230-242 (ВАК)

11.              Panova O.A., Khrustalev A.V., Arkhipov I.A., Khalikov S.S., Experience of effects of supramolecular albendazole on somatic Toxocara canis larvae in laboratory mice // Russian Journal of Parasitology. 2020. – Vol. 14 – Issue 1. – Pp. 95- 104. (ВАК)

12.              Panova O.A., Khrustalev A.V., Diagnostic methods of zoonotic pathogens in wild boar (Sus scrofa, Linnaeus, 1758) in veterinary and sanitary examination of killing products // Russian Journal “Issues of Veterinary Public Health, Hygiene and Ecology”, 2020. – No. 2. – Pp. 152-157. DOI: 10.36871/vet.san.hyg.ecol.202002005 (ВАК)

13.              Panova O.A., Khrustalev A.V. Ascarids infestation of captive big cats (Felidae) in zoos//IOP Conf. Series: Earth and Environmental Science, 2020. - №548. – P. 072023. doi:10.1088/1755-1315/548/7/072023 (WOS, Scopus)

14.              Fava N.M.N., Cury M.C., Santos H.A., Takeuchi-Storm N., Strube C., Zhu X.-Q., Taira K., Odoevskaya I., Panova O., Mateus T.L., Nejsum P. Phylogenetic relationships among Toxocara spp. and Toxascaris sp. from different regions of the world// Veterinary Parasitology 282 (2020) 109133 https://doi.org/10.1016/j.vetpar.2020.109133 (WOS, Scopus, Q1)

15.              Panova O.A., Khrustalev A.V. Dog walking brings Toxocara eggs to people's homes/ Vet.Par.; 262 (2018) 16–19 https://doi.org/10.1016/j.vetpar.2018.09.004 (WOS, Scopus, Q1)