Oleg Maksimov, Ph.D.

Oleg MaksimovAcademic Dean
olegmaksimov@achs.edu

Undergraduate courses taught: AROMA 305

Graduate courses taught: AROMA 501, AROMA 507, CAP 501, CHEM 501, CHEM 502, RES 501, TOX 501

Oleg Maksimov was born in Moscow, Russia, and moved to the United States in 1995. He received his PhD in Chemistry from the City University of New York in February 2002. After graduation he worked as a Postdoctoral Research Assistant in the Department of Physics of the Pennsylvania State University (2002-2004) and as a Research Associate in the Materials Research Institute at the Pennsylvania State University (2003-2005). During the last year of his work in the Pennsylvania State University, Dr. Maksimov became interested in the studies of memory effects in aqueous solutions diluted past Avogadro's number of molecules—homeopathic remedies—and by the CAM field. At the same time he also got involved in distance education and accepted an Adjunct Faculty position in the online division of South University (Health Sciences Program).

Since then Dr. Maksimov has worked as Adjunct Faculty and Subject Matter Expert for a number of schools, developed online courses, and taught General and Organic Chemistry, Introductory Biology, Ecology, and Environmental Science. He has also acted as a program evaluator for the American Council on Education and a proposal reviewer for the Research Foundation of City University of New York.

Dr. Maksimov has been happily married for 17 years and has an eight-year-old daughter and four-year-old son. When he has free time, he enjoys developing activities combing art and science for high school students and delivering health education classes to community. He currently resides in Massachusetts.

SPECIAL TRAINING IN DISTANCE EDUCATION

ACHS Faculty Training

WEEKLY HOURS

Online 6 days per week

ACTIVITY IN RESEARCH, PUBLISHING OR PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATION

First author and co-author of sixty articles published in peer-reviewed journals; editorial advisory board member of Scientific Journals International: Electrical, Electronics, Mechanical, Manufacturing, and Aerospace Engineering. Reviewer for Applied Physics Letters, Journal of Vacuum Science and Technology, Physica E and Physica Status Solidi. Proposal reviewer for Research Foundation of City University of New York. Judge at the Pennsylvania State University Graduate Exhibition. Active member: American Physical Society. Active Member: Associated Bodywork & Massage Professionals. Attended: Frontiers in X-ray Materials Analysis held in Albany, NY (10/19/2011 - 10/20/2011);
15-th Annual Future of Light Symposium held in Boston, MA (12/1/2011-12/2/2011);
Delivered presentation "Recent advances and novel approaches of p-type doping of zinc oxide" at 2012 SPIE Photonics West, San Francisco, CA (1/21/2012 - 1/26/2012);  
16-th Annual Future of Light Symposium held in Boston, MA (11/29/2012-11/30/2012).

CONTINUING EDUCATION 2013

12/19/13

Complementary and Alternative Medicine Online Continuing Education Series, Cine-Med

  • Ten Years of Research on Complementary and Alternative Medicine: Promising Ideas from Outside the Mainstream (1.0 CEU)
  • Probiotics, the Microbiome, and Host Immune Response (1.0 CEU)
  • Integrative Medicine (1.0 CEU)
  • Health and Spirituality (1.0 CEU)
  • Studying the Effects of Natural Products (1.0 CEU)
  • Neurobiological Correlates of Acupuncture (1.0 CEU)
6.0 CEU
12/05/13

Innovations at the Intersections of Micro/nanofabrication Technology, Biology, and Biomedicine, Boston University

  • Control of Complex Systems FSC.X Technology Enabled Personalized Med (.75 CEU)
  • Flow Lithography to Create Encoded Microparticles (.75 CEU)
  • Microtechnologies to Engineer Cellular Forces, Forms, and Micro-Tissues (.75 CEU)
  • Innovations in Microfabrication to Revolutionize Medical Management (.75 CEU)
  • Human Organs on Chips and Programmable Nanotherapeutics (.75 CEU)
  • Bio-Inspired Structured Surfaces for Cellular Studies (.75 CEU)
  • Applying Micro- and Nanofabrication Strategies to Biomedical Imaging (.75 CEU)
  • Replicating Organ and Tissue Function with Microfabricated Systems (.75 CEU)
  • Soft, Stretchable, Bio-Ingegrated Electronics (.75 CEU)
6.75 CEU
08/01/13 Feedback in the Gradebook, Education Management Corp. 1.0 CEU
07/24/13 Academic Integrity I, Education Management Corp. 1.0 CEU
07/24/13 Academic Integrity II, Education Management Corp. 1.0 CEU
06/13/13 Student Resources, Education Management Corp. 1.0 CEU
05/28/13 Stereotypes in the Classroom, Education Management Corp. 1.0 CEU
05/08/13 Netiquette in the Online Classroom, Education Management Corp. 1.0 CEU
05/06/13 Best Practices in Online Discussions, Education Management Corp. 1.0 CEU
04/22/13 Online Trends and Topics in Education, Education Management Corp. 1.0 CEU
04/08/13 Critical Thinking, Education Management Corp. 1.0 CEU
03/19/13 Online Collaboration, Education Management Corp. 1.0 CEU
03/19/13 Online Meeting Etiquette, Education Management Corp. 1.0 CEU
02/21/13 Time Management: Getting Organized, Education Management Corp. 1.0 CEU
02/13/13 Staying Motivated, Keeping Interested, Education Management Corp. 1.0 CEU
02/13/13 Transformative Learning, Education Management Corp. 1.0 CEU
02/07/13 Social Media, Education Management Corp. 1.0 CEU