Dmitry Zaslavsky


Current classes

Math 4a
09:00-10:00
Harriman104
Math 4b
10:10-11:10
Harriman104
Math 4c
12:05-13:05
Harriman111

About me

I have received my combined BS/MS degree in 1992 in Chemistry after studying Physical Chemistry and Enzymology at the Department of Chemistry, Moscow State University. In 1994 I graduated from the Biochemistry Ph.D. program at the Department of Biology and Belozerski Institute of Biophysics, Moscow State University.

Since then, I have spent more than 10 years doing Biochemistry research in the United States. I have researched mitochondria's biochemistry at the Department of Biochemistry, the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, and studied crystallography and drug design at the Department of Biochemistry, Albert Einstein College of Medicine. I have also done some studies of solar cells. At present, I teach Chemistry at the Suffolk Community College.

One of my old hobbies was a field biology research. Since I was a teen, I have been helping zoologists, botanists, and soil scientists working in various Russian preserves: The Preserve of Caucasus, Teberda Preserve, and the Central Siberian Preserve.

This year, I will be happy to teach mathematics to young kids.

contact me with any questions: zaslavsky@schoolnova.org

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