Zubkov Vadym – Doctor of Pharmacy, Associate Professor of the Department of Medical Chemistry
Address: 61168, Kharkiv, 4 Valentynivska str.
Phone: + 38-0572-679204;
Zubkov Vadym was born on December 08, 1969 in the village of Shakhtarsky, Anadyr district, Magadan region.
Graduated from Kharkiv State Institute of Parmacy in 1991. Worked as an engineer in the Department of Organic Chemistry (1991-1996); Head of the Chernobyl Environmental Monitoring Laboratory (1997). He has been working at NUPh since 1998: Assistant Professor (1998), Associate Professor of the Department of Pharmacy Chemistry (2003); Associate Professor of the Department of Medical Chemistry (2004).
Awards: Awarded with diplomas and gold medals at the VII and IX International Salons of Inventions and New Technologies (2012, 2013)
Educational-methodical work: Co-author of texts of lectures on pharmacy chemistry, test tasks for control of students’ knowledge, articles in the Pharmacy Encyclopedia, as well as educational-methodical recommendations on pharmacy chemistry for full-time and correspondence forms of study.
Research work: Research direction – development and optimization of methods of synthesis of new biologically active substances of heterocyclic nature based on methylene-active starting reagents; rational design of BAS structures based on virtual screening data and computer-based estimates of biological activity prediction among quinoline-2-ones, quinoline-4-ones, and 2,4-pyrrolidinedione derivatives to create new, original and highly effective drugs.
Author and co-author of more than 100 printed works in domestic and foreign editions, including 10 patents for the production of nootropic, analgesic, anti-inflammatory, antipyretic, antioxidant, membrane stabilizing, hematostatic and anticoagulant actions.
Under the direction of Zubkov V. is carried out the writing a study of 1 PhD thesis. He is a member of the American Chemistry Society.
In 1994 – defended his dissertation for the degree of Candidate of Chemical Sciences on “Synthesis, structure, reactivity and biological activity of 2-imino-2H-1-benzopyran derivatives”. He defended PhD thesis “Synthesis, Properties and Biological Activity of Derivatives of Quinoline-2-ones, Quinoline-4-ones and 2,4-pyrrolidinedione” in 2013.
He lectures and conducts laboratory classes in the fields of Pharmacy Chemistry and Standardization of Medicines for students of the Faculty of Pharmacy full-time and correspondence courses. Takes course work, State exams.