Oleg Verbitsky, Ph. D.
Wellness - Fitness Laboratory
Department of Biomedical Engineering
Technion, Israel Institut of Technology
Technion city, Haifa, 32000, Israel,
Tel. (972-4) 29-41-41/48/49
Fax. (972-4) 234 131
Dear Sirs/ Madams.
I'm currently seeking a position with a high-technology
research laboratory. As is evident from my resume, my educational and
employment background has given me a very large spectrum of
qualifications that can be used in the researches, in order to
develop innovative solutions to various problems. Would you please
inform me concerning about a suitable vacancy.
The Working Biography joins this letter.
Oleg Verbitsky, Ph.D.
Name: Verbitsky Oleg
Birth Date & Place: March 10, 1960, Kiev, USSR
Marital Status: Married + 1
Date of Immigration 1993
Permanent Address: Work: Department of biomedical Engineering,
Haifa, 32000, Israel
2. ACADEMIC DEGREES:
Ph.D - Biochemistry. A.V. Palladin Institute of Biochemistry,
Academy of Sciences, Ukraine, Kiev, 1992.
M.Sc, B.Sc - Simpheropol University, Department of Exercise Biochemistry,
M.Sc - Central Patent Institute , Moscow, 1991.
3. RESEARCH EXPERIENCE:
Electrolyte balance and albumin transport of Ca++ during exercise.
Structure and functions of albumin during exercise
Acid-base homeostasis and its modulation during exercise
Expert-system for search of diagnostic criterion in medicine
Time- and frequency-domain analysis of oxygen consumption and
Time- and frequency-domain analysis of infra-red thermography .
4. WORK EXPERIENCE:
1988-1992 . Simpheropol University, Division of Biochemistry,
Metabolic system of acid-base homeostasis in human and animal organisms.
New system for regulation of acid-base balance (ABB) in cell of human and
animals ( in addition to respiratory & renal compensatory systems, and the
system of buffers in the *** and intra-cellular ) was discovered. It is
metabolic system of acid-base homeostasis regulation. This system has
specific changes in the direction and the intensity of carbohydrate,
lipid, amino acid, nucleotide metabolism taking place in the
immediate cell in response to disorder of ABB in organism. The physiological
sense of this system functioning is the regulation of the intracellular
acid-base balance. Strong organic acids and bases, weak organic acids and
bases or neutral products are readily interconverted in cells. As a result,
intracellular acid-base stability is provided. A Knowledge of regulative
mechanism of this system there is of great applied significance for
improvement of methods to cure a number of human and animal diseases
as well as for an increase of the productivity of animals.
Biochemistry of exhausting loads. This research deals with of deadaptation
processes in human body (metabolic acidosis, hypoxia, hypercapnia and high
temperature environment ) allowed to elaborate methods for prediction of
human reserve potential and new method of protection against the deadaptation
by means of optimizing system of energy supply.
I suggested new conception :
A. Human adaptation potential dependent on speed of buffer capacity
rehabilitation in tissues
B.These are two form of uncompensated metabolic acidosis after
exercise (without disorder of mating processes and with disorder of mating
C. Hypokapnia is a reliable diagnostic criterion of muscular fatigue
and the increase of CO2 intissues will create favorable metabolic
background for rehabilitative processes of buffer *** capacity
and increase of man's physical working capacity
D. Adaptations to high temperature of environment during intensive
exercise occur better background of the alkalosis moderate
Methods of increase adaptive resistance
I suggested a new diagnostic criterions that will allow to define the need
and timing of biological activity treatment administration creating
favorable metabolic background for optimization of adaptive processes in
responses to exercise training. These criterions are based on the following
biochemical and biomechanical parameters:
A. Base excess (BE)/[Lactic Acid] in the *** during exercise.
B. Speed V (m/sec)/[Lactic acid] in the *** during exercise.
C. Relationship between *** pH, BE, pCO2 before the exercise session.
D. Type of relationship ( exponential, linear, parabolic )
between exercise intensity and [Lactic Acid]
Analysis of the acid-base system as a ''buffer'' system that balance
the acid being produced by the glycolysis processes during exercise,
will allow to identify the metabolic factors that are involved in the
acute and chronic adaptive responses to exercise training.
Training method. Daily 30-minute hypoxic and hyperacapnic adaptation in
combination with temperature high that usual and compositions based on
bicarbonate, citrate, Mg++, Mn++ and Zn++ during 10-30 days with the
further physical training in natural environments leads to the significant
elevation of physical working capacity .
1994 - Present. Technion -IIT,
Department of Biomedical Engineering, PostDoc.
Time- and frequency-domain of biochemical and physiological adaptive
processes Transient processes and their oscillatoric nature taking into
account interaction of both aerobic and anaerobic energy supply. It will
allow more early prognosis of some prepatologic conditions.
Dynamic infra-red thermography and its relationship with metabolic
parameters during different physiological stimulations.
The redistribution of spectrum energy (SE) of parameters
oxygen consumption and skin temperature from low frequency to high
frequency and an increase degree of mating processes between temperature
balance and respiratory parameters. This possibility
creates favorable metabolic background for optimization adaptive
processes. Biochemical aspects of muscle fatigue and electrical
stimulation. The photon (H+) neutralization creates favorable
metabolic background for recruitment of most fibers in the muscle
contraction by means of the elevation CO2 level in the muscle
tissues during electrical stimulation.
The NaHCO3 administration supports force level during
5. LIST OF PUBLICATION:
1. *** acid-base balance during physical load and its optimization
foundation , Ph.D. Research Thesis, Kiev, 1992.
2. Method as form of patent in Medicine, M Sc. Research Thesis, Moscow, 1991
3. Albumin of human plasma. Stricter and function during exercise and
recovery, M Sc. Research Thesis, Simpheropol, 1982.
1. Verbitsky O. et. al . Sportsmen's training method for aerobic-anaerobic
orientation load. USSR Posit. Dec. 4943152/14 from 05.03.1992 .
2. Verbitsky O. . Sportsmen's training regime optimization method. USSR
Author Cert. 1779326 -1994
3. Verbitsky O. Physical loads adaptation method. USSR Author Cert.
1741172 - 1993
4. Verbitsky O. et. al. Prophilactics' effectivity prognosis method of
uncompensated metabolic acidosis during physical training .USSR Author
Cert. 1697816 - 1993
5. Verbitsky O. et. al. Swimmers' training regime definition method. USSR
Author Cert. 1690671 -1993
6. Verbitsky O. Swimmers' adaptive processes corrective method for
aerobic-glycolisis orientation load. USSR Author Cert. 1684671. - 1993
1. Verbitsky O. et al. (1994) Administration of hydrocarbonate-containing
salt mixture for human deadaptation processes correction. - J. of Human
2. Verbitsky O. et al. (1993) Interconnection system of acid-based balance
and glycolysis during muscle activity. Ukrainian Biochemical J.
3. Verbitsky O. et al (1991) New method for correction of metabolic
disorder and acid-base balance during intensive exercise.
Biochemistry of Sport. Simpheropol, 43p.
4. Verbitsky O. et al. (1984)Effect of carbostimulin on
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