Victor Andreev, PhD, DSc

Senior Research Scientist

Dr. Andreev is a mathematical modeler, computational biologist, bioinformatician, and physical chemist with a strong background in mathematics, physics, and analytical chemistry. He received his PhD in Physics from the St. Petersburg Polytechnic University and his DSc degree in Physics and Mathematics from the Russian Academy of Sciences. Dr. Andreev is experienced in proteomics, transcriptomics, metabolomics, pathway analysis, mass spectrometry, and separation science. He joined Arbor Research in October 2014. Prior to this he was an Associate Professor at the University of Miami, doing systems biology, bioinformatics, and mathematical modeling of complex systems in particular related to cardiovascular disease, Alzheimer’s disease, depression, and rejection in transplantation. At Arbor Research, Dr. Andreev is involved in multiple projects that require ‘omics,’ bioinformatics, and complex systems modeling expertise. Dr. Andreev is the author of 83 (52 first-authored) papers and 2 patents. His current scientific interests include development of clustering methods for deep phenotyping of complex diseases as well as multiscale computer simulation of chronic diseases progression and treatment. Dr. Andreev is a Deputy Director of the Data Coordinating Center and a Co-Chair of the Biomarker Workgroup for the LURN project.