Dr. Alexander V. Khalyavkin

Dr. Alexander V. Khalyavkin

N.M. Emanuel Institute of Biochemical Physics of RAS, Moscow, Russia

Institute for Systems Analysis of RAS, Moscow

Russia Academic Secretary of Gerontological Society of RAS (Moscow Branch)



1980, Ph.D., Allergology and Immunology, N.F. Gamaleya Institute for Epidemiology and Microbiology of Russ. Acad. Medical Sciences, Moscow, USSR

1972, M.S., Physics and Cybernetics, Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology

Publications (selected)

  1. KHALYAVKIN, A.V., and Krutko V.N., 2014. Aging is a simple deprivation syndrome driven by a quasi-programmed preventable and reversible drift of control system set points due to inappropriate organism—environment interaction. Biochemistry (Moscow), vol. 79, no. 10, pp. 1133-1135. Available from:
  2. KHALYAVKIN, A.V., 2013. Phenoptosis as genetically determined aging influenced by signals from the environment. Biochemistry (Moscow), vol. 78, no. 9, pp. 1001-1005. ISSN 0006-2979. Available from:
  3. KHALYAVKIN, A.V., 2012. From macro- to nano-systems and back in search of primary cause and control of aging. Proceedings of the International Conference “Instabilities and Control of Excitable Networks”, Moscow, Maks-Press, pp. 69-76.
  4. KHALYAVKIN, A.V., 2012. Mathematics of aging. A simple model of a complex phenomenon. Mathematics and Reality: the Confrontation of Rigor and Complexity. The Articles Memories of A.T. Teriokhin, Publishing House “Soliton”, Moscow, pp. 490-499. ISBN 978-5-903304-09-7
  5. KHALYAVKIN, A.V., 2011. Ecological education and epidemiology of aging in mega cities. Biotechnology and Ecology of Big Cities, Nova Science Publishers, N.Y., pp. 127-131. ISSN 978-1-61122-641-6
  6. KHALYAVKIN, A.V., 2010. The updated view concerning the possibility of Growing Old without Senescence. Rejuvenation Research, vol. 13, no. 2-3, pp. 319-321. Available from:
  7. KHALIAVKIN, A.V., 2010. Non-canonical role of external factors in ageing occurrence. Radiatsionnaiia Biologiia, Radioekologiia, vol. 50, no. 3, pp. 300-303. ISSN 0869-8031. Available from:
  8. KHALIAVKIN, A.V. and IASHIN, A.I., 2008. Signal (nondestructive) role of environment in aging. Advances in Gerontology, vol. 21, no. 3, pp. 501-502. ISSN 1561-9125.
  9. IASHIN, A.I., ROMANIUKHA, A.A., MIKHAL’SKII, A.I., NOVOSEL’TSEV, V.I., UKRAINTSEVA, S.V., KHALIAVKIN, A.V. AND ANISIMOV, V.N., 2007. Gerontology in silico: the emergence of a new discipline. Advances in Gerontology, vol. 20, no. 1, pp. 7-19. ISSN 1561-9125.
  10. KHALYAVKIN, A.V. and YASHIN, A.I., 2007. Nonpathological senescence arises from unsuitable external influences. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, vol. 1119, pp. 306-309. ISSN 0077-8923.
  11. KHALYAVKIN, A.V. and YASHIN, A.I., 2006. Inadequate intensity of various components of total environmental signals can lead to natural aging. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, vol. 1067, pp. 45-46. ISSN 0077-8923. Available from:
  12. KHALYAVKIN, A.V. and YASHIN, A.I., 2003. How the analysis of genetic mutations can help us to solve basic problems in gerontology? I. Life extending genetic modifications in budding yeast S. cereviseae, fruit fly D. melanogaster and laboratory mice M. musculus. Advances in Gerontology, vol. 12, pp. 46-56. ISSN 1561-9125.
  13. KHALYAVKIN, A.V. and YASHIN, A.I., 2003. How the analysis of genetic mutations can help us to solve basic problems in gerontology? I. Life extending genetic modifications in round worm C. elegans. Advances in Gerontology, vol. 11, pp. 34-42. ISSN 1561-9125.
  14. KHALIAVKIN A.V., 2001. Influence of environment on the mortality pattern of potentially non-senescent organisms. General approach and comparison with real populations. Advances in Gerontology, vol. 7, pp. 46-49. ISSN 1561-9125.
  15. KHALYAVKIN A.V., 2000. Telomere, telomerase and causes of aging. Gerontological Approaches to Care for the Aged in the 21st Century, Proceedings of the 6th Asia/Oceania Regional Congress of Gerontology, Seoul, pp. 253-257. OCLC Number: 50777629

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