Professor Ernst Titovets, M.D., Ph.D.
Born: 5/6/1939, Krasnoyarsk, Russia
1957-1963–Minsk State Medical Institute, Minsk,
1958-1963–Student-Researcher at the Students
Research Center, Department of Chemistry,
Minsk State Medical Institute.
1963-1966–Postgraduate researcher in biochemistry,
Department of Biochemistry, Minsk State
1992-1993–Course on the U.S. Foreign Policy:
Contemporary American History read by
Prof. Francis Feeley, Ph.D.
1967-1968–Assistant, Department of Physiology, Minsk State Medical Institute.
1969-1974–Researcher at the Experimental Laboratory, State Research Institute of
Neurology, Neurosurgery and Physiotherapy.
1974-1978–Senior researcher at the Experimental Department, State Research
Institute of Neurology, Neurosurgery and Physiotherapy.
1978-2004–Head of the Experimental Department, State Research Institute of
Neurology, Neurosurgery and Physiotherapy.
1985-1991–Reader of a Course on Bioenergetics at the Byelorussian State University.
2005-2007–Learned Secretary of the National Research and Clinical Center for
Neurology and Neurosurgery.
2005–present–Head of the Scientific Research Group, National Research and
Clinical Center for Neurology and Neurosurgery, Minsk.
Dissertations and Scholarly Degrees:
1969–Ph.D. dissertation: Conformational Changes of the Mitochondrial Membrane
Related to Endergonic Calcium Transport defended at the National Academy of
Sciences of Belarus.
1984–Doctor of Science Dissertation: Biochemical Action Mechanism and Application
of Novel Derivatives of Amino-substituted Ortho-benzoquinones defended at
the Saint-Petersburg (Leningrad) University, Saint-Petersburg, Russia, and the
Scholarly Degree of Doctor of Biochemistry conferred by the Supreme
Accreditation Committee of the U.S.S.R., Moscow.
1988–Professor of Biochemistry Degree conferred by the Supreme Accreditation
Committee of the U.S.S.R., Moscow.
Member of the Learned Council of the Institute of Bioorganic Chemistry
of the National Academy of Sciences, Belarus.
Member of the Learned Council, of the National Research and Clinical
Center of Neurology and Neurosurgery.
Member of the Research Proposal-and-Review Commission
of the Health Ministry of Belarus.
Authored and co-authored over 190 scientific papers and 17 patents.
Authorship and translations of books:
Oswald: Russian Episode by Ernst Titovets, MonLitera Publishing House. Minsk
(2010) 490 p., ISBN 978-985-90215-3-4. US Copyright Office Registration Number
/ Date: TX 7-348-345 /2011-02-26. eBook ISBN 987-985-90309-3-2
by Titovets, E.P. Belnauka Publishing House, Minsk (2007) 241 p., ISBN 978-985-
Self-Healing Powerful Techniques by Singh, R.N. (translated into Russian by
Titovets, E.P.) Popurri Publishers. Minsk (1998) 319 p., ISBN 985-438-331-8
Chemically Modified Carbon Fibers and Their Applications.Ermolenko,I.N.,
et al. (translated into English by Titovets, E.P.) (1990) 384 p.
VCH, Weinheim ISBN 3-527-26927-4.
VCH,(Russian)New York ISBN 0-89573-873-2.
Current Problems in Biochemistry. Research Methods..(Editor Prof.A.Chirkin)
Mechanisms of brain hypoxia and edema; amino derivatives of ortho-benzoquinone as potential antihypoxic drugs and reagents; tissue respiration and mitochondrial energy metabolism; enzyme isolation, purification and kinetics; oxygen exchange in the red blood cells. Convective theories of tissue oxygenation and mass transfer. (Titovets, E. et al.Conceptual mathematical model for convective mechanism of brain cortex oxygenation (2004)Titovets, E. et al. Oxygen-flux control of mitochondrial respiration and energy function (2005). Titovets, E. et al. Mathematical Model for Convective Mechanism of Brain Oxygenation and Edema and Its Clinical Implications (2005). Titovets, E., Aquaporins of Man and Animals: Basic and Clinical Aspects (2007)).
American History: JFK issue
The JFK issue–a momentous episode in American history–presents another area of interest for Ernst Titovets. As Lee Harvey Oswald’s close English-speaking friend in Russia he got to know him very well. “Erich [Ernst Titovets]...is my oldest existing acquaintance...a friend of mine who speaks English very well…” as Oswald would put it in his Historic Diary. In his book Oswald: Russian Episode Ernst Titovets investigates the Russian period of life and activity of Lee Harvey Oswald, an alleged assassin of JFK.The book is based mainly on the author’s first-hand experience of knowing Oswald. It also includes the author’s interviews with many Russians who met Oswald, there are documents with Oswald’s longhand never published before, unique transcripts of the audio recordings of Oswald and Titovets reading stories, enacting plays, giving mock interviews to one another. The book presents a culmination of the Author’s painstaking research conducted over many years to reveal the true character of Oswald, a close-up of this still largely misunderstood man.