Work address: 1115 NW 4th Street, Gainesville, FL 32601

Keywords: informatics, databases (ORACLE, MS SQL);  computational chemistry, molecular modeling, statistics, data mining; software application development, C++, COM(+), MFC, ATL, PL/SQL, T-SQL, .NET, Unix programming, scripting languages, OpenGL/Direct3D, ISAPI, ATL Server, web services, SOAP, UDDI, WSDL; team manager.

Education and Experience

2005-present HyperCube, Inc., Scientist.


2002-2005 ImClone Systems Inc. (Nasdaq: IMCL). Scientist (since 06/2004 - senior scientist).

Corporate chemical database manager.  Developer for Accelrys RS3/Accord and MDL ISIS chemical informatics platforms.  Developer of AssayPRO program for processing of data of biological tests. Developer of compound inventory system.Various projects in organization of corporate information data flow, chemical databases, modeling, etc.

Since 2003 took responsibilities (effectively) of Director of Informatics (3 employees, over 1.5 million annual budget). Was moving force of upgrade of corporate chemical database to modern platform.  

2004 Accomplished Dale Carnegie Training managerial course, New York, NY.
1999 - 2002 Researcher (since 07/2001 - Adjunct Assistant) in Professor Alan R. Katritzky's Center of Heterocyclic Compounds at the University of Florida.

Working in the area of the QSPR.  Major developer and manager of the CODESSA PRO software project. Major developer for compound and reagent inventory systems. ORACLE developer. MDL ISIS developer (ISIS/PL, C++/COM).

Manager/group leader for the group of computational chemistry (1999-2002, about 10 employees).

1999 – 2001 Prepared Ph.D. thesis entitled “Industrial Applications of the Quantitative Structure-Property Relationships” in the Institute of Theoretical Chemistry at University of Tartu, Estonia on 12/18/2001. Thesis advisor: Professor Mati Karelson.
1997 – 1998 Director of Research and Development for "MiniMax Multi-S" Company. Wide experience with GAMESS program and MOLDEN programs, and UNIX administration.
1991 – 1997 Founder and CEO of Research and Development Company "Riona". Experience in using MOPAC. Analyzed the output of semi-empirical and ab initio programs using developed utility programs. Supervised various project in custom software development (scientific and financial) 

Managed team up to 52 employees, monthly sales up to $0.5 million.  

1989 – 1991 Graduate student, Department of Organic Chemistry, Ukrainian State University of Chemical Technology. Research Advisor: Professor Alexander V. Prosjanik. Research on "Plane and pyramidal inversion of nitrogen in amines and aziridines".
1984 – 1989 Undergraduate student, Department of Organic Chemistry, Ukrainian State University of Chemical Technology. Research Advisor: Professor Victor I. Markov. Diploma in "Using of computers for creating of mix with predefined properties", honor degree. GPA: 4.98/5.00.
Development of computer programs (i) "KinCAD" - solver of direct and indirect tasks of chemical kinetics; (ii) calculation of parameters of distillation unit;     (iii) multi-factor non-linear correlations for optimizing chemical process; (iv) visualization of calculated results of solvent mixtures.

Skills in Chemistry

  1. Mathematical methods of modern computational chemistry and chemometrics, including  QSPR/QSAR: calculation of descriptors, multilinear regression, partial least squares, cluster analyses, validation of the models, especially with CODESSA and CODESSA PRO.  Development of computer programs for QSPR/QSAR, chemometrics, molecular modeling, etc.
  2. Ab initio and semi-empirical quantum-chemical calculations using GAMESS, MOPAC (AMPAC/AMSOL), and GAUSSIAN.
  3. Using, developing (on ISIS/PL and C++/COM level), and administering MDL ISIS software products (standard de facto for chemical databases), including server components.
  4. Development and deployment of chemical data managing software.
  5. Development of requirements and specifications for various scientific software.

Skills in Information Technology

  1. Programming with C, C++ /STL, .NET platform (Windows Forms, ASP.NET, DotNetNuke), Java, FORTRAN,  Assemblers (x86, 8080/5, and Z80 processors); scripting languages: Awk, Perl, VBScript, JavaScript, VBA; Tcl/Tk and various shells; PL/SQL, MS T-SQL.
  2. Use of many class libraries (MFC, ATL, Motif, KDE, and GNOME); mathematical libraries: LAPACK and its clone Intel MKL as well as their wrappers: LAPACK++, TNT.
  3. OpenGL and hardware 3D accelerators in UNIX and Win32 environments.
  4. ORACLE server administration and ORACLE application development using various levels of API. Cartridge extension for ORACLE.
  5. Current web technologies (SOAP, UDDI, etc.) and component technologies (COM, COM+).
  6. Fluent in various development environments, especially with Microsoft Visual Studio and IBM Eclipse IDE (for Java J2EE development)


Fluent written and spoken English, Russian, and Ukrainian.


Ranked the 7/8 place at All-Soviet Union Chemical Olympiad (1987).

Ranked the 1st place at Ukrainian Republican Chemical Olympiad (1985,1986).


American Chemical Society member since 2000.


16 publications in American and international scientific journals.


  1. Dr. Marc Labelle, Vice President, Chemistry, Lundbeck Research USA, 215 College Rd, Paramus, NJ 07652, tel. +1 (201) 350-0159, e-mail:
  2. Prof. Alan R. Katritzky, Center of Heterocyclic Compounds, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL 32611, tel. +1 (352) 392-0554, fax +1 (352) 392-9199, e-mail:
  3. Prof. Mati Karelson, Institute of Chemical Physics, University of Tartu, Jakobi 2, Tartu 51014, Estonia, tel. +372-7-375255, fax +372-7-375264, e-mail: