Joined the Institute of Linguistics in 2003.
In 2001, Natalya Artamonova graduated with honors from the Division of Theoretical and Applied Linguistics, Faculty of Philology at MSU and was accepted to the postgraduate programme there. In 2003, she enrolled in the section of comparative linguistics; after it had been merged with a typology section, she switched to the latter.
In 2006, she defended her PhD thesis "Typology of word pairs (on the material of Volgaic and Permic languages)". At the Section of Typology she continued her research on word pairs in Finno-Ugric languages. Later on, she switched to studying the practical applications of the theoretical material.
Academic Secretary of the Section of Typology and the Department of Typology and Areal Linguistics with a break from work (2016 — October of 2019).
Fieldwork organized by Department of Theoretical and Applied Linguistics: Mari El (Stary Toryal village, 2000, 2001), Udmurtia (Shamardan village, 2003).
Research interests: morphology, semantics, Finno-Ugric languages, Russian language, speech culture.
- Artamonova N. Russkij jazyk i kul'tura reči: Dlja juristov: Sbornik upražnenij [Russian language and speech culture: For lawyers: Exercise book]. Мoscow. ISBN 978-5-9551-0713-4. 226 p.