Elena G. Bagryanskaya received the Ph.D. degree in chemical physics in 1985 from Institute of Chemical Kinetics and Combustion SB RAS and Doctor in Physics and Math degree in chemical physics from International Tomography Center SB RAS in 1998. In 1996 she worked as a Fellow in Oxford University and as JSPS professor in Tohoku University. From 2003 till 2013 she was Member of International Spin Chemistry Committee. From 2004 she is a member of consulting committee of Asia-Pacific EPR society and in 2014 she became vice president of APES. From 2004 she is a President of Russian EPR Society. From 2004 she served as a Head of Laboratory of Magnetic Resonance, ITC SB RAS. From 2014 she is elected as Member of ISMAR Committee and Vice President of International EPR Society. From 2015 she is Director of Institute of Organic Chemistry and Head of Department of Physical Organic Chemistry of this institute. She is the author of 5 chapters in books, 165 articles, and more than 200 conference presentations.
Research interests: spin chemistry, nuclear and electron spin polarization and electron spin relaxation, spin traps, spin probes and spin labels based on nitroxides and trityl radicals and their application to material science (molecular magnetics) and biomolecules using pulse EPR and EPR tomography.