Dr. Pavel V. Glukhovskiy
- Dr. Pavel V. Glukhovskiy
- Associate Professor
Dr. Glukhovskiy earned a PhD in Analytical Chemistry at Texas A&M University. His postdoctoral research was conducted at the same University and was funded by Australian biotech company - Gradipore Ltd (Frenchs Forest, Australia). Before joining National University as full-time faculty, he was working for biotech companies: Amgen, Baxter and taught Analytical Chemistry courses at California State University in Los Angeles.
At National University, Dr. Glukhovskiy teaches General Biology (BIO 100 and 100A), Chemistry (CHE101) courses. He has also taught courses such as Physics (PHS104), Ecology (BIO 330) and Mathematics (MTH301 and MTH311).
As an analytical chemist Dr. Glukhovskiy collaborates with international scientists and conducts research in different areas of biochemistry, food chemistry and chemistry of polymers. His previous research projects were focused on analytical and preparative aspects of separation and purification of pharmaceutical and biological materials (enantiomers, polypeptides, proteins, and antibodies) by electrophoresis, isoelectric focusing, and isotachophoresis.
Makarov, V., Sinelnikova R., Glukhovskiy, P. Society of Plastic Engineers: International Annual Technical Conferences: “Application of Hammett acidity function for the evaluation of resin resistance , Proceedings materials of the Conference, Milwaukee, WI, 5-6 May, 2008.
Age-related Ultracytochemical Peculiarities of Alkaline Phosphatase and Ca2+-ATPase Activity in Blood-Thymus Barrier, Kvitnitskaya-Ryzhova, T., Malysheva, S., Glukhovskiy, P., Journal of Medical and Biological Sciences, Vol.2, issue 1, 2008
“On mathematical education for science major students at American Universities”.
Glukhovskiy, P. International scientific and methodical conference: “Heuristic teaching of mathematics”, Proceedings materials of the Conference, p. 294-295, Donetsk, 2005.
“Improved preparative-scale, continuous, free-flow electrophoretic separation of the enantiomers of terbutaline utilizing equal-but-opposite enantiomer mobilities”. Glukhovskiy, P.; Vigh, Gy. Electrophoresis, 2001, 22, 2639-2645.
“Use of single-isomer, multiply charged chiral resolving agent for the continuous, preparative-scale electrophoretic separation of enantiomers based on the principle of equal-but-opposite analyte mobilities”. Glukhovskiy, P.; Vigh, Gy. Electrophoresis, 2000, 21, 2010-2015.
“Preparative-scale isoelectric focusing separation of enantiomers using a multicompartment electrolyzer with isoelectric membranes”. Glukhovskiy, P.; Vigh, Gy. Electrophoresis, 2000, 21, 762-766.