N. Rumyantsev M.D. Ph.D. Head of the Department of
Evolutionary Immunology, Andent, Inc. Jersey City, New Jersey
1930, studied medicine at the Leningrad Medical Military
Academy, Russia (1949-1955). It was here he obtained basic
research education and wrote first scientific article that
reported the results of experimental observations on some
physiological functions. After that he changed field of
interest and began to study interrelations between members of
microbe-victim ecological systems. He became her candidate of
Medical Sciences degree after works on the field of acquired
obtaining his medical degree dr. Rumyantsev continued his
graduate research at the Sverdlovsk Medical Military Institute
with a goal to assess the real danger of botulinus toxins
(types A, B, C, D, E and F) as bioweapons. During this time,
he became interested in the manifestations and molecular
constitution of genetic immunity.
obtaining his doctoral degree, Dr. Rumyantsev went to the
Leningrad Institute of Vaccines and Sera to work on the
biomechanics of anti-infectious defense. He was fortunate to
be able to pursue his interest in the development of
principles and means to differentiate individual states of
genetic immunity or susceptibility to infections in human and
animals. His studies have allowed him to evaluate the effects
of bioweapons, both in battle and terror, as well as to
elaborate on the hypothesis of individualized anti-infectious
prophylaxis based on individual genetic indications.
decade later, in October 1972, he presented the doctorate
thesis entitled ”Evolutionary aspects of clostridiosis
epidemiology”. It illuminates a new concept of
epidemiology based on the principles of mutal evolution of the
microbe-victim ecological systems and creation of
constitutional (genetic) immunity of host and pathogenicity of
microbes by mechanism of molecular ecological natural
selection. This concept was contrary to the beliefs of most of
the epidemiologists and immunologists of the time.
from doctorate theses S.N. Rumyantsev attended to understand
the essence of constitutional (genetic) immunity. From the
time on, his main research interest centered in that very
little discovered area of immunology. The first monograph of
S.N. Rumyantsev entitled „Evolution of Clostrediosis”
was published by Meditsina, Moscow, 1974. A monograph entitled
„Constitutional immunity and its molecular ecologica
principles” was published by Nauka Publishing,
Leningrad, 1983. The presented by S.N. Rumyantsev concept of
immunology was contrary to the beliefs of most of the
immunologist of the time. It came about a decade before the
acceptance of the concept by 8th World Congress of
Virology (West Berlin, 1990), 8th World Congress of
Immunology (Budapest 1992), 17th International
Congress of Genetics (Birmingham, UK 1993) and first
publication of S.N. Rumyantsev' program article in Immunology
Today (1992). It must be note, that the first international
conference on the genetic immunity was organized by Pasteur
Institute (Paris, France) at October 1996.
past decade S.N. Rumyantsev attend to investigate the
individual inherent constitutional predisposition and immunity
to meningo coccal infection, influenza, hepatitis, AIDS. As a
result of the fresh investigation S.N. Rumyantsev and his team
has elaborated some methods on preparations for testing
constitutional predisposition and immunity to salmonellosis,
meningococcal infection, influenza. S.N. Rumyantsev was
invited to visit the Stockholm University (1989) and the
Harward Medical School (1995) where he gave seminars on
September 1994 S.N. Rumyantsev was selected and named as a
M.D., Ph.D. has been a member of The Science Advisory Board
since April 2002 and was serving as a member of the Board’s
2004-2005 Steering Committee.
since 2002, Dr. Rumyantsev is the Head
of Department of Evolutionary Immunology, Andent, Inc. Jersey
City, New Jersey 07302, USA
his current position, he performed series of pioneer
investigations on the topics of cancer xenogamous origin and
pandemic spread, obesity, atherosclerosis, haptenology,
selective functions of hereditary immunity in the descent and
subsequent evolution of Homo sapiens.
PN, Rumyantsev SN Evolution of botulism. I. Biological
significance of pathogenicity. Zh. Mikrobiol Epidemiol
Immunol. 1967,44 (9); 18-24.
PN, Rumyantsev SN Evolution of botulism. II. Scheme of
natural circulation of Cl. botulinum Zh. Mikrobiol Epidemiol
Immunol. 1967, 44(11) 79,82..
PN, Rumyantsev SN Evolution of botulism. III. Evolution of
natural resistance of animals and peoples to pathogenic
action of botulinic toxins. Zh. Mikrobiol Epidemiol Immunol.
1968 45 (1), 73-77.
PN, Rumyantsev SN Evolution of botulism. IV. Epidemiologic
prerequisites of the acquisition of resistance to botulism by
the ancestors of modern human. Zh. Mikrobiol Epidemiol
Immunol.1968 45 (2), 83-87.
PN, Rumyantsev SN Evolution of botulism. V..Evolution of
pathogenic traits of Cl. botulinum. Zh. Mikrobiol
Epidemiol Immunol., 1968, 45 (4),
SN: Evolutionary aspects of clodstridiosis epidemiology.
Moscow, Gamaleia Institute of epidemiology and microbiology,
1972. 32 p.p.
PN, Rumyantsev SN: Evolution of clostridiosis. Moscow:
Medisina, 1974, 248 p.p.
SN: Constitutional immunity and its molecular ecological
principles. (in Russian) Leningrad: Nauka, 1983, 210 pp. In:
Contribution of Fundamental Sciences in Medicine edited by
USSR Academy of Sciences and USSR Academy of Medical
SN: Microbes, Evolution and Immunity, Leningrad: Nauka, 1984,
SN: Immunity and molecular constitution. Zh Obtsh Biol 1977;
SN, Borbakova LV, Percus LV: Genetic Limitations of
erythrocyte lysis by Salmonella genus bacteria. Genetika
1978; 14: 2037-2042.
S.N, Aron RA, Beljakova IV: Adsorbing interaction of
influenza viruses with human and animal cells. In: Genetic
engineering of immunomodulators and vaccine preparations.
Leningrad: All-union Research Institute of Influenza, 1989;
S.N, Aron RA, Baljakova IV: Innate predisposition and
immunity of cells to adhesion of influenza viruses. In:
VIIIth International Congress of Viroloy. Abstracts. Berlin:
S.N, Avrova NF, Polpelov VF et al: Influence of gangliosides
on adhesive interaction of Neisseria meningitidis with human
cells. Zh Microbial Epidemiol Immunobiol 1990; 10: 29-32.
S.N, Gerasimov VK: Principle of organism mosaicism: the basis
of general theory of pathology. Trudy Leningr Obstchestva
Pathogoanatomov 1991: 32:202-206.
S.N, Pospelov VF, Rogacheva NM, et al: Adhesive properties of
meningococci groups A, B and C. Zh. Mikrobiol Epidemiol
Immunol 1991; 10: 29-32.
SN: Observations on constitutional resistance to infection.
Immunology Today 1992; 13: 184-187.
SN, Grzeszczuk J: Human chemical biofield. Goleniov, Bios,
SN: AIDS: Fears are exaggerated, Moscow News (Les nouvelles
de Moscou), 1992; 35:7.
S.N: Diagnosis of inherent predisposition to AIDS. Berlin: IX
International Conference on AIDS, 1993; I: 157.
S.N: AIDS: Is it a big problem for Eurasia? Berlin: IX
International Conference on AIDS, 1993; I 139.
SN. More than 12,000 years with AIDS (deciphering of genetic
relicts). 7th International Congress of Genetics , 156. 1993.
Ref Type: Abstract
S.N, Simeshchenko EP, Pospelov VF et al: Range of individual
sensivity to group B Neisseria meningitidis adhesion in young
men. Zh. Microbiol. (Moscow), 1995, 4, 17-19.
S.N, Piasetskaya MF, Rogacheva NM: Ontogenesis of cell
receptors of the adhesion of meningococci and influenza
viruses. Zh Microbiol. (Moscow), 1995, 5, 30-32.k
S.N, Grzeszczuk J. Pathogenic Effects of the Human Chemical
biofield. Medical Hypotheses, 1995, 45, 1, 94-98.
SN: Chemical ecology and biomolecular evolution. Acta
Biotheoretica 1997, 45, 65-80.
SI, Rumyantsev SN: Regarding the location of clinical
manifestations in dermatoses. Journal of the European Academy
of Dermatology and Venerology (JEADV), 1997, 8, 256-257.
SN: Constitutional and nonspecific immunity to infection.
Rev. sci. tech. Off. Int. Epiz., 1998, 17 (1), 26-42.
SN: Defend only the defenseless. Genetic variation and
vaccination. HMS Beagle, The BioMedNet Magazine, 54, May
14-16, 1999. http://ny.hmsbeagle/54/viewpts/op_ed
SN, Shabalov NP, Pyasetskaya MF, Rogacheva NM, Bardakova LI:
Species, population and age diversity in cell resistance to
adhesion of Neisseria meningitidis serogroups A, B and C.
Microbes and Infection, 2000, 5, 447-453.
SN: Structural predestination of individual diversity in the
course and severity of infectious diseases.
TheScientificWorldJOURNAL, 2002, 2; 205-216.
S.N. (2002), What is the subject of molecular epidemiology?
Infection, Genetics and Evolution, 2, 2, 159.
SN. (2003). The intra-individual diversity in
SN: Defend only the Defenseless. The Science Advisory Board.
SN: The best defence against bioweapons has already been
invented by evolution. Infection Genetics and Evolution 2004,
SN: Natural immunity obsets some biothreats. Small times
SN: Bioweapon: The Emperor’s New Suit! The Science
Advisory Board. Perspectives 2004,
SN: Toward molecular level of the “Salmonella-Victim”
ecology, genetics, and evolution. TheScientificWorldJOURNAL,
2004, 4, 193-199.
What Stops the Spread of Influenza. RAMA J 2005; 2(1):21.
SN. 2006. Biological Weapon. A Terrible Reality? Profound
Delusion? Skillful Swindling? New York: Vantage Press.
SN. Obesity: A Reckoning for Genetic Immunity to Infection
2005. Science Advisory Board,
SN. (2006). Obesity: a reckoning both for genetic immunity to
infection and xenogamy. Medical
SN. (2006). The origin of individual differences in the
course and severity of diseases TheScientificWorldJOURNAL, 6,
SN. (2006). Genetic immunity and influenza pandemics. FEMS
SN, Gerasimov VK: The Origin and Functions of Biodiversity in
Infectious and Non-Infectious Diseases ; in: Schwartz J,
(ed): Focus on Biodiversity Research. Nova Science Publishers
, 2007, pp 199-300.
SN: Reasons of the strength and duration of post-infectious
immunity. J Chin Clin Med 2007; 2(5):273-281.
SN. Deadly Microbes Turned Some Apes into
Science Advisory Board.
SN: Infections, Immunity And Anthropogenesis. Research &
Reviews in BioSciences 2007; 1(4-5):189-202.
SN: Hereditary Immunity:
Principles and Exploitation in Life Study and Health Care.
New York, Nova Biomedical Books, 2008.
SN. The Discredit of Cancer Metastasis. 2009. Science
Type: Electronic Citation
SN: The Uniqueness and Ordinariness of Cancer Origin
Pathogenesis: New Epidemiological, Clinical
Preventive Perspectives. J Clin Med Res 2009; 1(1):32-36.
SN: Hypothesis: Towards the origin of cancer epidemics and
pathogenesis. Journal of Carcinogenesis 2010; 9(2):1-7.
SN: Bioecology of pleistocenic spurt in anthropogenesis. Int
J Integ Biol 2010; 10(1):14-21.
SN: Is Bioterrorism Idea a Delusion or Skillful Swindling? ed
Second edition, Puurs, Belgium, UniBook, 2010.
SN. The Collapse of Cancer Metastases Hypothesis. The
Announcement of New Study Results. (PRWEB) . 2010.
SN: Xenogamy and Current Obesity Pandemics. OJGen 2011;
SN: Toward the genomic roots of cancer. Journal of Medicine
and Medical Sciences 2012; 3(10):638-659.
SN: Dating of First Emergence of Human Infections. Journal of
Medicine and Medical Sciences 2012; 3(6):423-433.
SN: Where and When Human Viral Epidemics First Emerged.
British Journal of Medicine & Medical Research 2012;
SN: Human Cancer is a Parasite Spread via Intrusion in Genome
. Pure Appl Bio 2013; 2(1):7-16.
SN: Human cancer is transmitted via genome. OJGen 2013;
SN: The HIV age ad location of origin. British Journal of
Medical and Health Sciences 2013; 1(5):16-31.
SN: Evolutionary adaptations of human cancer for parasitic
life. Open Journal of Immunology 2013; 3(2):54-61.
S: Phenomenon of Immune Mosaicism; Hereditary Immunity:
Principles and Exploitation in Life Study and Health Care.
Nova Science Publishers, New York, 81-102. New York, NY, Nova
Science Publishers, 2008, pp 81-102.
S, Gerasimov VK, Aron RA, Avrova NF, Belyakova IV, Bobrakova
LV, Dubrov KF, Perkus LV, Pospelov VF, Rogacheva NM, and
Shabalov NP: Hereditary Immunity and the
Open Journal of Immunology 2014; 4:14-21.
SN: Cancer Progression from Cancerous Gamete to Advanced
American Open Cancer Research Journal 2015; 1,1: 1-22.