Leonid Voskresensky

Leonid Voskresensky


Dean of the Faculty of Physics, Mathematics and Natural Sciences

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Job details:

  • Faculty of Physics and Mathematics and Natural Sciences


  • - Department of Organic Chemistry

    Head of the Department

Voskresensky Leonid Gennadievich - Doctor of chemistry, Professor of the Russian Academy of Sciences, member of the HAC Expert Council on organic chemistry, deputy editor-in-chief of the journal “Chemistry of heterocyclic compounds” (WoS, Latvia), member of the Expert Council of the RFBR (Youth projects). Author of 6 patents, more than 100 scientific papers in (SCOPUS) and 15 study guides, author of the special course “Domino reactions in the synthesis of heterocyclic compounds”, visiting lecturer at Catholic University of Leuven in Belgium (2012), Loughborough University in the UK (2016), and Heinrich Heine University of Dusseldorf (2018).



Graduated from the Faculty of Physics, Mathematics and Natural Sciences of Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia (now RUDN University), the direction “Chemistry”.


Candidate thesis on “Pyrrole[3,2-c] pyridines synthesis and reactivity” was defended.


Associate Professor, then Professor at the Department of Organic Chemistry of the Faculty of Physics, Mathematics and Natural Sciences.


Doctoral thesis on “Transformations of condensed hydrogenated pyridines and azepines under the action of activated alkynes. The development of a new approach to the synthesis of annulated azocines and azonines” was defended.


Dean of the Faculty of Physical, Mathematical and Natural Sciences.


Head of the Department of Organic Chemistry.


Professor of the Russian Academy of Sciences.

Scientific interests

New methods of synthesis of heterocyclic compounds, medical chemistry, nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy.

Scientific, educational and research activities are related to the improvement of chemical processes that have a positive impact on the environment, the so-called “Green chemistry”; the study of multicomponent chemical reactions; new domino-reactions in the synthesis of heterocycles.