GND Fund Russia
Academician Sergei Kolesnikov, MD, Professor
IPPNW Regional Vice President for CIS countries, President of the Russian affiliate of IPPNW
Sergei Kolesnikov is a renowned specialist in the field of human embryogeny, he is a member of the Presidium of the Russian Academy of Medical Sciences. In 1999 he was elected to the RF State Duma of the RF Federal Assembly and re-elected for another term in 2003. Currently he is the Deputy Chairman of the RF State Duma Committee for Science and Education. He is the Laureate of the Lenin Komsomol Prize for Scince in 1984, he was awarded with the Order of Peoples Friendship (1985) and Order of Honor (1996). In 1994 he was elected as IPPNW Co-President, re-elected in 1996. Since 1998 he has been the IPPNW Vice-President for CIS countries. He is also the President of the Russian national affiliate of IPPNW.
Academician Sergei V. Gratchev, MD, Professor
Sergei Gratchev is a renowned specialist in the field of pathophysiology. He is a member of the Scientific Council of the International Scientific Society on pathophysiology and a member of the executive committee of the Russian Scientific Pathologists. Dr. Gratchev also chairs the Moscow Scientific Society of Pathologists. From 1981 to 1987, he served as chief assistant to the Minister of Health of the former Soviet Union. Today, he is Vice-President of Science and the Director of Research at the Moscow Medical Academy (MMA). He is an acting member of the Russian Academy of Medical Sciences. As an active member of the IPPNW's Russian affiliate since 1983, Dr. Gratchev has been responsible for the activities of student representatives and young physicians. He was an IPPNW Co-President in 1999-2001.
Roman Dolgov, MA
Roman Dolgov, MA, started working for IPPNW back in 1992, currently occupies the position of Coordinator of International Projects. Coordinated a number of international projects in the field of nuclear disarmament, nuclear security, effects of production, stockpiling and testing of nuclear weapons. Since 1998, with IPPNW's agenda extending to Mine Ban and Small Arms issues, has coordinated the Russian Campaign to Ban Landmines. Took part in the production of a series of information-analytical publications, including "Atom Declassified" information series, Nukes Are Not Forever, Human Factor: Risk of Incidental Nuclear War, yearly Landmine Monitor World Reports, A Guide to Mine Action, among other. In December 2005 he started working for the GNDF as GNDF Logistics Coordinator in Moscow.