PETER PETROVICH GARIAEV

Peter Petrovich Gariaev graduated from the Department of molecular biology at Moscow State University in 1966. He began his postgraduate studies the same year and completed them in 1969. Gariaev participated in The Space Research Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences from 1969 to 1973. The Russian Ministry of Health subsequently assigned him to the head of 4 different research departments in 1973. He kept these positions until 1975.

Respectively, Gariaev has

*Worked in various scientific institutions between 1975-1983

*Participated in the Russian Academy of Natural Sciences as Senior Science Specialist between 1983-1988

*Carried out research in the field of Biophotons between 1988-1994

 *Worked in the​ Institute of Russian Academy of Natural Sciences as executive scientist and department chief in 1994. By creating a new branch called Wave Genetics, he laid the foundation for Wave Genetics.

 In 1997, he wrote his doctoral thesis with the topic of “wave signal functions of the genome,” received his doctorate and was elected as an academician to the Russian Academy of Medical and Technical Sciences. At the same time a member of The New York Academy of Sciences, Gariaev is one of the writers of the discovery of red harmonic photons transforming into radio waves that aren’t located.

In 2000, he organized the Anonymous Wave Genetics workshop in Toronto, Canada.  He explored certain questions and phenomena including storage, production and transfer of morphogenetic information and morphogenetic signals that generate the area between DNA and different taxonomic units.

In 2013 he founded the Institute of Quantum Genetics and he continues to carry out his studies presently.

He has published 60 scientific articles and 2 books as of today.

THE INSTITUTE OF QUANTUM GENETICS was founded by the academician PETER PETROVICH GARIAEV in Moscow in 2013. In October 2015, it started to operate in Istanbul as the representative of Turkey.

Institute of Quantum Genetics pulls out classical genetics from the experimental and theoretical impasse it got caught up in.