In 2016, I graduated with a bachelor“s degree from the Department of Biochemistry, the Biological Faculty, St. Petersburg State University, with the research topic devoted to isolation and characterization of new low-weight nuclear proteins from spleen and brain tissues.

In 2018, I received my Master's degree of St. Petersburg State University in the same department and carried out my research work at the Smorodintsev Research Institute of Influenza at the Laboratory of vector vaccines. My project was devoted to the study on molecular and genetic characteristics of influenza-vectored vaccine strain expressing protective proteins from different phases of M. tuberculosis life cycle.

In 2018-2019, I worked in the Institute of Gene Biology, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, and after that I joined the group of experimental oncology at the SCAMT Laboratory, where I started my PhD studies.