Our Faculty

Sergey Kazakov

Professor

Dyson College of Arts and Sciences

Location
  • @Pleasantville
    Costello House 103

Education


Doctor of Physical and Mathematical Sciences , Moscow State University , Moscow, Russia , 1998
Physical Chemistry/Molecular Physics

Awards and Honors

  • Marquis Who's Who, 2019 - Named an official listee in the 2019 edition of Marquis Who's Who in the World
  • American Chemical Society, New York Section, May 2019 - Certificate for Mentoring for the Annual 67th Undergraduate Research Symposium
  • Pace University, May 2019 - Certificate for presentation at the Annual Student & Faculty Pace Research Day
  • Dyson College, Pace University, May 2019 - Summer Research Awards (2004-2019)
  • Pace University, March 2019 - Scholarly Research Awards, Kenan Travel Awards, Presidential Release Time Awards (2003-2019)
  • Marquis Who's Who, 2018 - Selected for Marquis Who's Who official 2018 Albert Nelson Marquis Lifetime Achievement Award
  • Pace University, March 2017 - Pace Undergraduate Student Academic Conference Travel Fund For Joint Presentations with Faculty Mentors
  • Pace University, 2010 - Dyson College Faculty Excellence in Scholarship Award
  • Lund University, Sweden, 2000 - The Swedish Institute Scholarships
  • Lund University, Sweden, 1999 - The Swedish Institute Scholarships
  • Moscow State University, Russia, 1998 - Doctor of Physical and Mathematical Sciences

LICENSURES & CERTIFICATES

  • Pace University, August 7 - Certificate of completion of the course: Harassment & Discrimination Prevention

Publications


Kazakov, S. V. Totally, more than 100 publications (papers in peer-reviewed journals, book chapters, and patents).

Kazakov, S. V. (2020) Physicochemical aspects of membrane/hydrogel assembly (monograph/textbook, 6 chapters written).

Khristichenko, A. Y., Poloznikov, A. A., Hushpulian, D. M., Smirnova, N. A., Zakhariants, A. A., Kazakov, S. V., Tishkov, V. I. & Gazaryan, I. G. (2019). (2019) Quantitative analysis of cell-based luciferase fusion reporters. Moscow Univ. Chem. Bull.. Vol 60 (Issue 4) , pages 240-247.

Kazakov, S. V. (2017, September). (2017) Lipobeads. Dr. Angel Catala (Eds.), In book: Liposomes. In Tech. (Issue Ch.3) , pages 49-93.

Kazakov, S. V. & Rahni, S. (2017, February). (2017) Hydrogel micro-/nanosphere coated by a lipid bilayer: Preparation and microscopic probing. Gels. Vol 3 (Issue 1) , pages 00007 (17 pages).

Smirnova, N. A., Kaidery, N. A., Hushpulian, D. M., Rakhman, I. I., Poloznikov, A. A., Tishkov, V. I., Karuppagounder, S. S., Gaisina, I. N., Pekcec, A., Van Leyen , K., Kazakov, S. V., Yang, L., Thomas, B., Ratan, R. R. & Gazaryan, I. G. (2016, December). (2016) Bioactive flavonoids and catechols as Hif1 and Nrf2 protein stabilizers –Implications for Parkinson's disease. Aging and Disease. Vol 7 (Issue 6) , pages 745-762.

Kazakov, S. V. & , . (2016, May). Technological challenges and potential advantages of lipobeads as drug delivery systems. Vol 3 , pages 101-104.

Kazakov, S. V. (2016, March). Liposome-nanogel structures for future pharmaceutical applications: An updated review. Current Pharmaceutical Design. Vol 22 (Issue 10) , pages 1391-1413.

Kazakov, S. V. (2016, February). Lipobead (lipogel) as a future drug delivery system. Dr. Salam Massadeh (Eds.), In book: “Nanotechnology in Drug Delivery”, Ch4. Manchester, UK: One Central Press. , pages 85-129.

PRESENTATIONS


Gazaryan, I. G., Smirnova, N., Hushpulian, D., Kazakov, S. V., Poloznikov, A. & Tishkov, V. (2019, June). 12th International Conference “Biocatalysis. Fundamentals & Applications”. Activation of genetic program: a mechanistic insight. St. Petersburg, Russia

Sybesma, M., Gazaryan, I. G. & Kazakov, S. V. (2019, June). 12th International Conference “Biocatalysis. Fundamentals & Applications”.. Lipobeadal anticancer drug delivery system: New mechanisms of controlled drug release. St. Petersburg, Russia

Sybesma, M. & Kazakov, S. V. (2019, May). 67th Undergraduate Research Symposium. Temperature sensitive and redox degradable hydrogel cores for drug-delivering lipobeads. ACS, CUNY Queens College, NY

Sybesma, M. & Kazakov, S. V. (2019, May). Science Day. Lipobeads with degradable hydrogel cores: On route to anti-cancer drug delivery systems. Pace University, Pleasantville

Sybesma, M. & Kazakov, S. V. (2019, May). Science Day. Redox degradable hydrogels and microgel cores for anti-cancer lipobeads. Pace University, Pleasantville

Sybesma, M. & Kazakov, S. V. (2019, May). The Annual Student & Faculty Pace Research Day . “Exploding” lipobeads with controlled drug release in highly reducing environment of cancer cells. Pace University, Pleasantville

Sybesma, M. & Kazakov, S. V. (2019, March). 38th Annual Meeting of Dyson College Society of Fellows. Lipobeads with redox-responsive hydrogel core: Redox degradable bulk hydrogel and microgels synthesized by circulation polymerization. Pace University, New York

Kazakov, S. V. (2019, March). Pittsburg Conference (PITTCON 2019). Energetically favorable structural organization of the hydrogel/lipid bilayer assembly as microscopically justified. ACS, Philadelphia, PA

Vence, G. & Kazakov, S. V. (2018, May). 66th Undergraduate Research Symposium. Lipobeads on hydrophobically modified glass slides through temperature-controlled microscopy. ACS, York College, NY

Ramirez, C. & Kazakov, S. V. (2018, May). 66th Undergraduate Research Symposium. Poly(acrylamide-co-acrylonitrile) hydrogel as a “thermophilic” core of lipobeads. ACS, York College, NY

Vence, G. & Kazakov, S. V. (2018, May). Science Day. Hydrophobic glass surface to support hydrated soft matter partiles: microgels, lipid vesicles, and lipobeads. Pace University, Pleasantville

Rahni, S. & Kazakov, S. V. (2018, May). Science Day. Structural organization of lipobeads and their constituents using scanning electron microscopy. Pace University, Pleasantville

Ramirez, C. & Kazakov, S. V. (2018, May). Science Day. “Thermophilic” microgels prepared by sedimentation polymerization. Pace University, Pleasantville

Rahni, S., Ramirez, C., Vence, G. & Kazakov, S. V. (2018, May). The Annual Student & Faculty Pace Research Day . Lipobeads (lipogels): A new anticancer drug delivery system. Pace University, Pleasantville

Rahni, S. & Kazakov, S. V. (2018, March). 37th Annual Meeting of Dyson College Society of Fellows. Microscopic probing of microgels, liposomes, and lipobeads under high vacuum. Pace University, New York

Vence, G., Ryan, K. & Kazakov, S. V. (2018, March). 37th Annual Meeting of Dyson College Society of Fellows. Temperature-controlled microscopy of microgels, liposomes, and lipobeads on hydrophobically modified glass slides. Pace University, New York

Ramirez, C. & Kazakov, S. V. (2018, March). 37th Annual Meeting of Dyson College Society of Fellows. “Thermophilic” polymer networks: Optimization of poly(acrylamide-co-acrylonitrile) hydrogel synthesis to provide a larger swelling ability for use as medicine delivery system. Pace University, New York

Kazakov, S. V., Rahni'18, S., Ramirez'18, C. & Vence'18, G. (2018, March). Pittsburg Conference (PITTCON 2018). Lipobeads: On the way to a bioscopic drug delivery system. Orlando, FL

Kazakov, S. V. (2017, June 28). BIOCATALYSIS 2017 - 4th International School NANO-2017 . Nanobioscopic lipobead – Encapsulated anticancer drugs. Moscow State University, Russia, Moscow, Russia

Kazakov, S. V., Rahni, S., Ramirez, C. & Smith, E. (2017, May 8). The Annual Student & Faculty Pace Research Day . Bioscopic lipobead-encapsulated anticancer drug. Pace University, Pleasantville, NY

Rahni, S. & Kazakov, S. V. (2017, May 6). 65th Annual ACS Undergraduate Research Symposium. Lipid bilayer on the surface of microgels: Fluidity vs. Rigidity. ACS, Fordham University, Bronx, NY

Kazakov, S. V. & Rahni, S. (2017, May 3). Science Day 2017. Lipid bilayer on the surface of microgels: Fluidity vs. Rigidity. Pace University, Pleasantville, NY

Kazakov, S. & Ramirez, C. (2017, May 3). Science Day 2017. Lipobeads with "thermophilic" hydrogel core. Pace University, Pleasantville, NY

Kazakov, S. V. & Rahni, S. (2017, March 8). Pittsburg Conference (PITTCON). Giant lipobeads as a tool to optimize the number of steps in preparation of a new smart drug delivery system. Chicago, IL

Kazakov, S. V. & Rahni, S. (2017, March 8). Pittsburg Conference (PITTCON). Lipobeads' preparation and imagining using high pressure scanning electron microscopy. Chicago, IL

Kazakov, S. & Rahni, S. (2017, March 4). 36th Annual Meeting of Dyson College Society of Fellows . Lipobeads: Effect of lipid bilayer fluidity on formation of unilamellar coating on the microgels. Pace University, New York, NY

Kazakov, S. & Smith, E. (2017, March 4). 36th Annual Meeting of Dyson College Society of Fellows. Polymerization within giant unilamellar vesicles prepared by gentle hydration of hybrid agarose/lipid films. Pace University, New York, NY

Rahni, S. & Kazakov, S. V. (2016, May). Science Day 2016. Compatibility of hydrogels and phospholipid bilayer: lipobead preparation by microgel/liposome mixing. Pace University, Pleasantville, NY

Kazakov, S. V. (2016, May). TechConnect World Innovation Conference and Expo. Technological challenges and potential advantages of lipobeads as drug delivery systems. Washington, DC

Kazakov, S. V. (2016, April). Dyson Research Day. Lipogel-encapsulated anticancer drugs. Pace University, New York

Kazakov, S. V. (2016, April). The Annual Student & Faculty Pace Research Day . Lipobeads as a new drug delivery system. Pace University, Pleasantville

Karagolian, M. & Kazakov, S. V. (2016, March). 35th Annual Meeting of Dyson College Society of Fellows . Fluorescent microgels with swelling ability upon temperature increase. Pace University, New York, NY

Posada, L. & Kazakov, S. V. (2016, March). 35th Annual Meeting of Dyson College Society of Fellows . Lipobeads: Interaction of lipid bilayer with non-spherical microgels. Pace University, New York, NY

Kazakov, S. V. (2016, March). Pittsburg Conference (PITTCON). Concept of lipobeads in the context of encapsulated drug delivery: Technological challenges vs. potential advantages. Atlanta, GA

Kazakov, S. V. & Karagolian, M. (2015, May). 63rd Annual ACS Undergraduate Research Symposium . Fluorescent hydrogel exhibiting positive volume phase transition. ACS, Queensborough Community College, NY

Kazakov, S. V. & Posada, L. (2015, May). 63rd Annual ACS Undergraduate Research Symposium. Liposome/hydrogel mixing: Approach to the lipogel formation. ACS, Queensborough Community College, NY

Posada, L. & Kazakov, S. V. (2015, May). Science Day 2015 . Characterization of temperature sensitive, fluorescent lipobeads by optical, fluorescence, and confocal microscopy. Pace University, Pleasantville, NY

Lucchese, M. & Kazakov, S. V. (2015, May). Science Day 2015. Lipobeads – the future drug delivery systems: Preparartion and microscopic characterization of spherical lipobeads with “thermophobic” core. Pace University, Pleasantville, NY

Karagolian, M. & Kazakov, S. V. (2015, May). Science Day 2015. ”Theromophilic” hydrogels and non-spherical lipobeads on their basis for drug delivery. Pace University, Pleasantville, NY

Kazakov, S. V. (2015, April). The 3rd Annual Pace Research Day. Combination of polymer network and lipid bilayer membrane as the other level of complexity of the drug carrier systems. Pace University, Pleasantville, NY

Kazakov, S. V. & Karagolian, M. (2015, March). 34th Annual Meeting of Dyson College Society of Fellows . Lipobeads with “thermophilic” core: Preparation and properties of fluorescent hydrogel exhibiting positive volume phase transition. Pace University, New York, NY

Kazakov, S. V. & Lucchese, M. (2015, March). 34th Annual Meeting of Dyson College Society of Fellows . Lipobeads with “thermophobic” core: Fluorescent microgels with negative volume phase transition synthesized by inverse suspension polymerization method. Pace University, New York, NY

Kazakov, S. V. (2015, March). Pittsburg Conference (PITTCON) . Giant lipobeads: Preparation, characterization by confocal microscopy, and mechanisms of controlled release. New Orleans, LA

RESEARCH INTEREST


Hydrogel/lipid membrane assembly: modeling membrane system of cell; hydrogel nanoparticles, lipogels, nanofilms, liposomes. and lipid membrane synthesis manipulation and characterization; synthetic and natural ionic reservoirs; bioanalytical devices, drug delivery and control release systems

Intellectual Property


  • Patent: (2011) Kazakov S., Kaholek M., Levon K. Lipobeads and their production. US Patent 7883648
  • Patent: (2011) Kazakov S., Kaholek M., Levon K. Nanogels and their production using liposomes as reactors. US Patent 7943067
  • Patent: (2009) Kazakov S., Kaholek M., Levon K. Lipobeads and their production. US Patent 7618565

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS

  • (2001 - present) American Chemical Society
  • (2004) The Empire Who's Who Registry of Executives and Professionals
  • (2007) The Who's Who Among American Teachers & Educators
  • (2008 - present) Dyson College Society of Fellows
  • (2010) The Marquis Who's Who in America

COLLEGE SERVICE

  • (2005-present) Student presentations at the Annual Meetings of the Dyson Society of Fellows, Open Houses, and Science Days [Faculty Mentor]
  • (2010 - 2012) Dyson College TAP Committee [Committee Member]

UNIVERSITY SERVICE

  • (2013-present) Engineering Taskforce [Task Force Member]
  • (2006-present) Scholarly Research and Kenan Travel Grants Committee [Committee Member]
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