6th World Congress on Biotechnology
New Delhi, India
Yerevan State University, Armenia
Karen Trchounian has completed his PhD in Biophysics and Biotechnology in 2013 at Yerevan State University, Armenia. Currently, he is a Researcher at the Faculty of Biology, Yerevan State University. His research is focused on environmental regulation of bacterial growth and metabolism, hydrogenase activity and hydrogen production by bacteria. He has got FEBS and DAAD Research Fellowships to visit Martin-Luther University, Germany. Moreover, he has been awarded FEMS Research Fellowship to conduct research at Wageningen University Research Center, Netherlands. He is a Laureate of “Academia” Prize for Young Scientists dedicated to the 70th Anniversary of National Academy of Sciences of Armenia and Prize for the Best Achievement in Science of Young Foundation of Armenia.