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Curriculum vitae

Contact Information

1.1. Full name:
   Andrey Vitalievich Moskalenko
1.2. Private Address:
   G-31-11, Pushchino,
   Moscow Region, 142290 Russia
1.3. Official Address:
   Institute of Mathematical Problems of Biology
   Russian Academy of Science,
   Pushchino, Moscow Region, 142290 Russia
1.4. Work Phone: +7 (4967) 318512
1.5. Work FAX: +7 (4967) 318500
1.6. E-mail: info (at) avmoskalenko (dot) ru
1.7. WEB: http://a-v-m.ru/Eng/

Other information

Citizenship: Russia
Nationality: Ukrainian

Will Relocate
Salary Req: $35,000
Work Req: Perm, Contract
Work Status: Requires sponsorship

 

2. Qualification Summary

Over 14 years experience in scientific work. Designed and developed software for the automated working place for physiologist-researcher. Executed electrophysiological experiments studying cardiac arrhythmias in isolated cardiac muscle preparations. Simulated experiments in Aliev-Panfilov and FitzHue-Nagumo models (autowaves) designed for investigations of electrical field around the autowave test subject. Demonstrated skills in giving poster presentation, producing written reports. Organised and co-ordinated research project.

Over six years experience in programming, including more than four years of object-oriented design. Have extensive experience throughout full application development cycles: analysis, GUI design, programming, implementation, testing, user training and support. Hardware/software installation and configuration. Creative and diligent, quick learning software developer.

Possess strong work ethic, high level of initiative, problems solving skills. Combine abilities to work independently as well as under pressure.

Scientific interest: complex systems, linear and nonlinear phenomena in modeling of cardiovascular system, linear, nonlinear and nonstationary data analysis, model based signal analysis, chaotic and fractal analysis, applications to ECG.

 

3. Education

2002–2004 PhD student, Institute for Theoretical and Experimental Biophysics, Russian Academy of Science
1989–1995 MD, M.Sc. in biophysics (medical cybernetics), Department of Medical and Biological Cybernetics, Medico-biological Faculty of Russian State Medical University, Russia (till 1992 , The 2nd Moscow State Medical Institute, USSR)
(See Certificate of Degree)
1986–1988 Military service
1975–1985 School

 

4. Appointments

2010–present Leading programmer of the Laboratory of data processing, Institute of Mathematical Problems of Biology, Russian Academy of Sciences (IMPB RAS).
2007–2010 Chief specialist of the Laboratory of tissue engineering, Institute for Theoretical and Experimental Biophysics, Russian Academy of Sciences (ITEB RAS).
2005–2007 Chief specialist of the Group of tissue engineering, Institute for Theoretical and Experimental Biophysics, Russian Academy of Sciences (ITEB RAS).
1998–2005 Chief specialist of the Laboratory of biophysics of active media, Institute for Theoretical and Experimental Biophysics, Russian Academy of Sciences (ITEB RAS).

1996–1998

Engineer-researcher of the Laboratory of biophysics of active media, ITEB RAS

1990–1991

Senior Laboratory Assistant at the Laboratory of neuron mechanisms of plastic processes, Institute for Brain, Russian Academy of Medical Sciences.

 

5. Work Experience

5.1. Projects

2010 - present

Research project:
Linear, nonlinear and chaotic phenomena in modeling of the ventricular arrhythmias.
Organization:
Institute of Mathematical Problems of Biology, Russian Academy of Sciences.
Responsibilities:
— coordinate the Project;
— the general design of the investigation;
— software development;
— data processing.
Accomplishments:
You can visit my web-report 'My scientific activity' to trace current state of the work.

2007–2009

Research project:
Investigation of the ventricular arrhythmias in silico and in vitro.
Organization:
Institute of Theoretical and Experimental Biophysics, Russian Academy of Sciences.
Responsibilities:
— coordinate the Project;
— data processing.
Accomplishments:
— nonlinear effects of lidocaine on polymorphism of ventricular arrhythmias was corroborated;
— a scientific paper was published;
— two chapters for a book were contributed, one of them was published.

2004–2006

Research project:
Analysis of transformed electrocardiograms: development of new non-invasive procedures of evaluation of the cardiac activity and the state of cardiac tissue.
Organization:
Institute of Theoretical and Experimental Biophysics, Russian Academy of Sciences.
Responsibilities:
— coordinate the Project;
— data processing.
The Project is a part of the Institute research program "Cellular and Tissue Bio-Synergetic..." with State Registration Number 01.0.40002202.
Accomplishments:
— a new type of spiral wave behavior was discovered;
— a new mechanism of spontaneous transition from polymorphic to monomorphic arrhythmia was described;
— a mathematical approach to quantitative analysis of motion of a spiral wave tip was developed;
— four scientific paper were published and two more scientific papers were submitted.

Please, visit section Cybernetic and Biophysical Cardiology.

2001–2002

Name of project:
http://cbp.iteb.psn.ru/AVM/ library web-site.
Organization:
Central Library of Pushchino Science Center, Russian Academy of Sciences.
Responsibilities:
— taking part in working out the site conception;
— design, graphics, making-up, client-side scripts, support;
— correcting of an existing database programs.
Tools:
NotePad, CoffeCup HTML Editor, PhotoShop5.5, ImageReady, CoffeCup Gif Animator, MS FP Personal server.
Accomplishments:
— took part in analysis of requirements and conception;
— designed all pages;
— drew and edited pictures, using Adobe PhotoShop;
— implemented web-site, using FrontPage web application server and NoteBook.

2000–2003

Research project:
Investigation for finding integral parameters that could characterize ECG during polymorphic ventricular tachycardia.
Organization:
Institute of Theoretical and Experimental Biophysics, Russian Academy of Sciences.
Responsibilities:
— data processing.
Accomplishments:
— a new approach for ECG analysis were invented;
— two scientific papers were published.

1999–2000

Name of project:
Laboratory web-site: http://iteb.ru/BAM/
Organization:
Institute of Theoretical and Experimental Biophysics, Russian Academy of Sciences.
Responsibilities:
design, graphics, making-up, client-side scripts.
Tools:
MS FrontPage, Adobe PhotoShop, MS FP Personal server.
Accomplishments:
— took part in analysis of requirements and conception;
— designed all pages;
— drew and edited pictures, using Adobe PhotoShop;
— implemented http://iteb.ru/BAM/ laboratory web-site, using FrontPage web application server and JavaScript editors.
(the project was suspended due to the circumstances of the client).

1998–2000

Research project:
Experimental mapping studies of the mechanisms of cardiac arrhythmia in isolated cardiac muscle preparations.
Organization:
Institute of Theoretical and Experimental Biophysics, Russian Academy of Sciences.
The general objective of this project was to investigate evolution and mechanisms of spatio-temporal excitation patterns typical of cardiac rhythm disturbances.
Responsibilities:
— planing and carriing out the experiments.

1997–1999

Software engineering project:
Automated working place for physiologist-researcher.
Organization:
Institute of Theoretical and Experimental Biophysics, Russian Academy of Sciences.
Responsibilities:
full application development life cycle: analyzed, designed, developed, tested the project for distributed computer system of the IBM-PC and L1250-device (L-card Ltd.) built on the base the signal microcomputer ADSP2105.
Tools:
Delphi, Assembler, ADSP-2100 microcomputer family Assembler tools (Analog Devices Inc.).
Accomplishments:
This project is intended for servicing the control and data acquisition needs of a multi-electrode mapping system for physiological investigations. I myself developed the software for the automated workplace for scientist researcher.
Hardware was a distributed computer system consisted of the IBM-PC and L1250-device built on the base the signal microcomputer ADSP2105 family. The computers interacted through the ISA-slot. Under program control, such a system maintains both high-rate data registration and electrical stimulation of investigated physiological object in real time. Using ADSP-2100 family Assembler tools (Analog Devices Inc.), I wrote the program for ADSP2105 in Assembler for ADSP2105; this program maintains a circular FIFO-buffer in order protection against the data loss.
(See code example)
The programs for the PC were written in Object Pascal using the integrated instrumental environment Delphi, and a part of the application for the PC was written in integrated Assembler. Program package for PC includes the means for the computer visualization obtained data as well as the means for automatic experiment protocol keeping.
(See code example)
This project is intended for servicing of the plant for multi-electrode mapping of myocardium used for physiological investigations.

1996–1997

Software developing project:
Implementation of Hodgkin-Huxley model of membrane potential (Supervisor: Prof. Dr A. B. Medvinsky)
Organization:
Institute of Theoretical and Experimental Biophysics, Russian Academy of Sciences.
Tools:
Turbo C 2.x, Turbo Debugger for MS-DOS.
Accomplishments:
Participated in a project of digital modelling. My part of this work was to release the physiological non-distributed model of membrane potential by Hodgkin-Huxley. Programming in C++ language.

5.2. Employment during School

1994–1995

Undergraduate software developing project:
Consulting system for gynaecologist using mathematical model of endocrine regulation of the follicular phase of menstrual period (Head: Dr V.V. Kilekovsky)
Organization:
Russian State Medical University.
Tools:
Visual Basic.
Accomplishments:
Worked out beta-version of the consulting system for gynaecologist: design, development, testing.

1993

Organization:
Russian State Medical University.
Tools:
Assembler for IBM-mainframe.
Accomplishments:
Developed a small application to familiarize myself with Assembler for IBM-mainframe.

1990–1991

Student research work:
Organization:
Laboratory of neuron mechanisms of plastic processes, Institute of Brain, Russian Academy of Medical Sciences.

5.3. Activities (reports, presentations etc.)

Please, see here

 

6. Publications

The total number of my successful scientific publications is 31 including:

— the number of scientific books published: 3.

— the number of scientific papers published: 8.

— the number of Abstracts: 20.

— the number of scientific conferences attended: 16.

List of all scientific publications.

 

In abstract and citation databases

 

7. HONOURS AND AWARDS

 

8. Special Skills

8.1. Language Skills

8.2. Computer Skills

Programming languages:
DHTML: HTML/JavaScript/CSS(2 year), Object Pascal/Delphi (3 years), Visual Basic (1 year), C/C++ (1 year), ADSP-2100 microcomputer family Assembler tools (2 years), Assembler IBM-mainframe (0,5 of year), Assembler i386.

Applications:
Builder C++, Delphi, Visual Basic, Turbo Pascal, Turbo C, MatLab,
MSOffice, Sigmaplot
MSFrontPage, CoffeCup HTML Editor,
PhotoShop, ImageReady, CoffeCup Gif Animator,
Apache web-server (basic experience in administrating )
etc.

Operating System:
MS Windows 3.11/95/98/NT/2000 (user; basic experience in administrating ), Linux (beginner), DOS 3.0-6.22.

Hardware:
PC (x86), signal processor ADSP-2105, IBM-mainframe

 

9. Hobbies

 

10. References

Available upon request.