In 2023, Mane graduated from the Faculty of Biology at Yerevan State University, specializing in Biochemistry, Microbiology, and Biotechnology, and obtained a Master's degree in Applied Microbiology. She is employed at Yerevan State University while pursuing additional studies remotely at the Faculty of Agronomy at the National Agrarian University of Armenia. She focuses on Agronomy and is particularly interested in exploring the intricate interactions between microbes and plants. Mane’s research revolves around microbes with keratinase activity, which have the ability to degrade keratin protein found in feathers, wool, and leather. The primary goal of her work is to identify optimal conditions to enhance the production of target materials, specifically amino acids, which hold significant industrial applications. Through this research, she aims to contribute to the advancement of circular economies in Armenia. With a commitment to bridging academic knowledge with practical applications, Mane aspires to contribute to the sustainable development of Armenia's agricultural sector.