Medical doctor (M.D., Stavropol State Medical Academy), Ph.D. (K.M.N., Immunology and Allergy, NRC Institute of Immunology FMBA Russia), Master of Public Health (M.P.H., Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel), Master of Business Administration (M.B.A., International Business School MIRBIS).
Since 2011, Nickolay is a founder and CEO of Clinical Excellence Group LLC.
He has 12 years of experience in pharmaceutical industry (as senior manager, head of department and C.E.O., 70+ completed projects of drug registration and clinical studies), 21 years of experience in biomedical research, 6 junior researcher awards.
Nickolay is a founder and C.E.O. of eHealth First Company, developing an IT-platform for Personalized Health and Longevity Management.
He is an editor and co-author of Russia's first multimedia Course on Biostatistics, which was recommended by Organizational and methodological union of Russian High schools (Universities) on medical and pharmaceutical education for medical under- and postgraduates (2006), editor and co-author of Evidence-based Guideline for People living with HIV/AIDS, healthcare providers and public health professionals (2009).
He was a member of the Advisory Board of the Quality of Life (Health) Project of the State Duma of the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation (2010-2011), а member of the Advisory Board on the Reform and Modernization of the Healthcare System and Demographics Policy of the Civic Chamber of the Russian Federation (2012).
Nickolay is an author of 65 publications in Russian and International peer-reviewed journals and Conference Abstract Books, expert in healthcare for Russian media (TVC, 1TV, MIR, MIR 24, TV 360, OTR).
His Biography is included in Marquis Who's Who in the World, 2012-2016 (29th-33rd editions) and 2000 Outstanding intellectuals of the 21st century, 2012-2015 (7th-10th editions).
eHealth First See
CV (pdf) See
MIR TV: SR9009, innovative drugs (in Rus) See
MIR TV: Ineffective drugs on the market (in Rus) See
OTR: Homeopathic medicines vs. EBM (in Rus) See
TVC: Availability of drugs and pharmaceutical industry (in Rus) See
EBM Guideline on HIV / AIDS (2009, pdf, in Rus) See