Yuri S Varshavsky
Head of research group
Saint Petersburg State University
Yuri S Varshavsky earned his Ph.D. degree in 1965 at the Kurnakov Institute of General and Inorganic Chemistry, Moscow, Russia. In 1967-1996 Yuri S Varshavsky was head of laboratory at the Lebedev Institute of Synthetic Rubber, St. Petersburg, Russia. In 1997-2013 he worked as head of research group at the Department of Chemistry at St. Petersburg State University. He is currently involved, as an independent scholar, in the interpretation of experimental data obtained earlier by him and his colleagues. Yuri S. Varshavsky has published more than 200 papers in peer-reviewed journals, delivered over 30 presentations at the international conferences, and received 10 patents. He also published (in co-authorship with M. I. Gelfman) a biography book about his scientific mentor, academician A. A. Grinberg. (“Nauka”, Leningrad, 1974). Varshavsky’s research interests are focused on the coordination chemistry of rhodium.
Inorganic Chemistry, Organometallic Chemistry, Organometallics, Coordination Chemistry of rhodium and Metal Complexes, Inorganic Synthesis, Organometallic Synthesis