Doctor of chemical sciences, professor, awarded with the State Prize of USSR (1985), head of the group (1965–1992), after head of the laboratory of Electronic Paramagnetic Resonance (1992–2004).
An outstanding physico-chemist. One of the creators of the first Russian EPR spectrometer (1957) and scientific direction on applying EPR in organic and organoelement chemistry for free radicals structure and reactivity investigation. Made a major contribution to progress in doctrine of radiation processes mechanisms, radical and mechanochemical reactions. Co-author of “roaming valence” phenomenon discovery. Together with colleagues awarded with the State Prize of USSR for the series of papers “Synthesis, structure, reactivity and applications of o-semiquinonic complexes of transition and main group metals”.