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|Born||18 April 1957|
Krichev, Mogilev Oblast, Byelorussian SSR
|Alma mater||Lomonosov Moscow State University, Geology Faculty (Ph.D., D.Sc., Geocryology)|
|Workplace(s)||Russian Academy of Sciences; Hokkaido University (Sapporo, Japan); Tyumen State University (Tyumen, Russia); Moscow State University|
Anatoli Brouchkov (Russian Cyrillic: Анатолий Брушков; b. April 18, 1957) is a Belarusian-born geocryologist who studies permafrost in the Russian Arctic, including studies of the survival of micro-organisms in permafrost and the impacts of climate change on permafrost. Brouchkov has been noted for his claims to have performed a gerontological experiment by self-administering through injection an inactive culture of a 3.5 million-year-old bacteria, Bacillus cereus strain F, which was extracted from permafrost samples taken in 2009 at Mammoth Mountain in Central Yakutia, Eastern Siberia.
- Brouchkov, A. V., et. al. (2011), "Relict Microorganisms of Cryolithozone as Possible Objects of Gerontology" (in English), Advances in Gerontology 1 (1): 39-44, https://www.academia.edu/30806751/Relict_microorganisms_of_cryolithozone_as_possible_objects_of_gerontology — translation of a 2009 Russian-language paper in Uspekhi Gerontologii (22.2, p. 253-258).